The Descent: Part 2
Distraught, confused, and half-wild with fear, Sarah Carter emerges alone from the Appalachian cave system where she encountered unspeakable terrors. Unable to plausibly explain to the authorities what happened - or why she's covered in her friends' blood - Sarah is forced back to the subterranean depths to help locate her five missing companions.
- Category:Action, Adventure, Horror, Sci-Fi, Thriller
- Stars:Josh Dallas, MyAnna Buring, Nora-Jane Noone, Natalie Mendoza, Douglas Hodge, Krysten Cummings, Gavan OHerlihy, Joshua Dallas, Anna Skellern, Shauna Macdonald,
- Director:Jon Harris,
- Writer:James McCarthy (screenplay), J Blakeson (screenplay), James Watkins (screenplay)
Sarah was lucky to escape from the horified cave completely, but she does not remember what had happened due to panic. Sarah was taken to hospital to recover. Sheriff Vaines takes the case. During the investigation he discovers a little Juno's blood sticks on Sara. What had happened? . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
The Descent: Part 2 torrent reviews
(jp) wrote: A stone cold revenge movies, with black humor and lots of idiotic behavior. Mostly shot in mountains, beautiful cinematography is handed to us, while a introvert Skarsgr, tries to sort out the card he is handed. Systematic but, powerful. A mixed soup of Scandinavian cinema, never to serious or in danger of overcooking.
(ca) wrote: Stopped it cuz was slow and weird
(us) wrote: Like a real life version of the show Ghostwriter. I adored this movie. So much fun watching them trying to figure out the mystery.
(fr) wrote: Sooooooo boring. I already had zero interest in Heigl as an actress, but this one really solidified it. Her AND the script are stiff as hell. The comedy is dull, the romance is odd and the supporting players are desperate. The best this movie gets is... ALMOST seeing a boob.
(ag) wrote: Dil Bole Hadippa! (Anurag Singh, 2009)I admit it-I'm a sucker for big Bollywood productions. (Which is odd considering how much I despise most American musicals.) I'm also a very big fan of cricket and I have generally been impressed with many of the "updated Shakespeare" attempts that have come across my screen (viz. recent Coriolanus review). So what we have here is a Bollywood movie about cricket that's based loosely on Twelfth Night... it's like someone went fishing in my brain and came up with the perfect combination of stuff. Which is not to say Dil Bole Hadippa! Is the best movie in the world or anything, but for what it is, it's a barrel of fun.Plot: Veera Kaur (Veer-Zaara's Rani Mukerji) is a cricket-obsessed young woman who's sick of watching her small border town's circket squad lose to the squad of their Pakistani neighbors every year. After their eighteenth loss in a row, she goes to join up and is turned away for being a woman. Problem? Not in Bollywood, where a glamorous young lady can smack on a mustache, don a turban, and become Veer Pratap Singh, who suddenly appears out of nowhere in a small town where everyone knows everyone else, and no one questions this! (Just run with it...) Meanwhile, Vicky Singh (Bend It Like Beckham's Anupam Kehr), the squad's owner has a son, Rohan Singh (Chance Pe Dance's Shahid Kapoor), who's gone off to become an international cricket star; Vicky convinces Rohan to come back and train the squad in preparation for next year's match. So they have a trainer who knows the goods and a mysterious new star, and everything's great... until Rohan starts falling for Veera. Cue comedy of errors.There is nothing here you haven't seen before, but Singh, an associate director since the mid-nineties stepping into the big chair (this is his second film as a director), has learned his craft well; it's an engaging little movie with likable characters stuck into dumb, but funny, situations. Yes, you've got to suspend a whole lot of disbelief to get it to work, but it's a Bollywood movie-if you're not already suspending disbelief when an entire town suddenly breaks into a choreographed dance routine, you're probably watching the wrong genre. There's a fun script, a decent-if-not-yet-great director, and top-notch stars. There's singing, there's dancing, there's romance, and above all there's cricket. What more could you want? *** 1/2
(ru) wrote: I did not get to see much of this movie but from what I saw of it, it was not the greatest movie.
(ag) wrote: Breaking News is quite out of the ordinary, providing a spiced action along with a psychological mediatic war. Strongly advised.
(us) wrote: This movie makes 'Terms of Endearment' look like a guy flick
(es) wrote: Nothing original about this movie, but it kept me interested, the cast is decent and there are a few sexy scenes..
(mx) wrote: This film is so reminiscent of Harold & Maude I like it just for that reason. The soundtrack is great, the performances are wonderful, insanely humorous characters with all the angst and emotion of coming of age dramas. Unique and powerful
(br) wrote: First real Stephen Chow film. Great for historical value but not the best entry point as a Stephen Chow movie
(br) wrote: Robert Altman + Paul Newman + Bibi Andersson + Sci-Fi = failed hopes and a mess of a movie. I still don't know what the hell the "game" in this movie is supposed to be about?!
(br) wrote: Another one of those strange films that's mocking societal norms in the form of many different genres, but still remaining a conglomerated mess of strangeness.
(mx) wrote: One of the "innovative' Hitchcock's. This WWII thriller puts several Americans, a few English people, and one wily German U-Boat Captain, named Willy adrift at sea in a lifeboat. Taking place entirely in water (on a soundstage) and without a music score, this is one of his most technically challenging films. Unlike, for instance Rope this movie has substance to go with its distinctive style. Starring Tallulah Bankhead and Hume Cronyn this rates as mid level Hitch, still it's more than worth a watch. An epiphany: Hitchcock, without making a single "war" movie was all over WWII. With no less than seven movies (including two documentaries) covering the Great War at home and abroad. Hitch, always a man of his time deserves credit for going so far out of his comfort zone to chronicle America at war.
(us) wrote: I expected more from this movie. Aside from some funny situations, there wasn't much there.
(ru) wrote: Well worth purchasing!
(nl) wrote: It's style over substance. Yes, the visuals are really creative, but the writing is sub-par at best. Yes, the domino scene was cool, but it was also completely pointless. Yes, I know this movie is supposed to be a metaphor for the animation industry, but anything good it has to offer is dragged down by pointless cameos and unfunny gags.
(ru) wrote: A true comedy classic.......NOT!!!!!!!
(us) wrote: A tasteless and unfunny dud with hideous animation, forced jokes and a tired message. Norm of the North is a colossal waste of talent and time. Show this to kids only if you really want them to shut up.