The Crypt

The Crypt

Six young criminals break into hidden catacombs underneath their town and attempt to steal jewelry buried from the "Great Depression" only to find inhabitants guarding the precious belongings. After being trapped in this dark maze of crypts the group tries to escape alive.

Six young criminals break into hidden catacombs and attempt to steal jewels, but some inhabitants are guarding the precious belongings. After being trapped in this dark maze of crypts, the group tries to escape alive. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


The Crypt torrent reviews

Charley G (it) wrote: The dude that plays Tarzan holds his own with a stellar supporting cast : Sam Jackson, Margot Robbie, Christoph Waltz- all that's missing is Michael Keaton or Jeff Bridges. Bonus points for the progressive-action adventure plot-Tarzan and Jackson's George Washington Williams, an actual historical figure and real-life Django, attempt to halt King Leopold from enslaving the Congo. Hopefully a sequel will swing into production soon.

Jesse O (us) wrote: First things first, the description for this film is completely messed up. The description, as quoted from Netflix, is as follows: 'A disgraced ex-baseball player enjoys climbing the ranks of a loan shark mob, but goes to war against the ruthless boss when the woman he loves vanishes.' Sounds like a South Korean movie all right, they have to include a romantic subplot in there, to appeal to the fairer sex, even though the romance itself is practically nonexistent. I swear, the only character development between these two as a couple are two sex scenes. One of the sex scenes is exceedingly long. Somehow they think that a long sex scenes means that a deeper emotional connection is being built between these two. Nope. That's not how it works. That's never how it works. Other than that there's literally nothing. And it's not like the two have much chemistry to begin with during the scenes they're not fucking each other. Min-ki Lee is honestly just not that good of an actor honestly. He simply doesn't know how to emote. He has no facial expression other than pissed off all the time and his delivery isn't much better. It makes buying into him as a lead character difficult. Not to mention that his story, outside of the two sex scenes with the woman he loves, isn't any good and doesn't really follow any logical story progression. It's not that the film is that complex, it's just that they do such a poor job at setting everything up and then paying off on it in a satisfactory fashion, that if you miss out on one scene then you'd be lost for the rest of the film. Perhaps it's not that you're lost, it's that sometimes the progression seems to be out of nowhere. Sometimes the lead would just be talking to his boss and then the next scene he'd be betraying him to the cops. Like there would be no setup for this whatsoever. There's pointless twists and betrayals that come out of nowhere. It's honestly a poorly written movie on pretty much every front. I honestly have no idea what the film was supposed to be about, in the long run. It goes all over the place, has poorly written characters, is poorly acted, from the lead actor at least, and perhaps the only redeeming thing about might be the fact that some of the 'action' scenes themselves are so ridiculously bloody. Because why the fuck not, right? It's not like it really redeems the film that much but, out of everything, that's the only thing they do right. With that out of the way, this movie is honestly terrible. There's little-to-no good in this film, so, yea, it's really bad.

Nilufer R (us) wrote: This movie started like something really interesting like a thriller but turned out to be a psychodrama about loss and maternity which wasn't all that cool. However I'd have to admit that I was impressed by Jessica Biel's acting this time despite the ugly bangs.

Brian S (br) wrote: While it isn't a major Christmas classic to watch, it's definitely an enjoyable, funny, very vulgar and even sometimes sad, Christmas comedy. With Billy Bob Thornton and Benny Mac and other great actors, I recommend this movie for Christmas for sure!!!

Ariel R (nl) wrote: Was supposed to be silly and yet I found it rather revolting. Seth!

Diego V (us) wrote: LMR and freeze outs, wow. Eric Rohmer understands male-female dynamics like no other director.

Lyola S (de) wrote: This is excellent, so moving... With young Gerard Depardieu and Catherine Deneuve <3

Augustine H (nl) wrote: The liberalist tone may seem a bit dated today, but Bette Davis is classic as ever.

Marivi A (mx) wrote: Pls. add Anne of the Thousand days to you list

Kamiah M (de) wrote: i love bolt if i could i would watch it every day

Matthew S (br) wrote: Shamelessly manipulative melodrama won Bette Davis an Oscar. It is still quite entertaining, but it actually just a professionally made tearjerker typical of the era.