Out on a dead calm ocean, in a thick fog, a group of tourists on a pleasure craft are about to cross paths with an ancient and terrible evil. Sharing the same ocean, a sick, dying old Greek man drifts alone on a stricken yacht. The Greek (John Rhys-Davies) has been cheating death for countless years. Trading broken bodies for new ones over centuries. With him he carries a deadly weapon that allows him to do this. This weapon, the Shifting Blade, gives its possessor an awesome power. But now is the time of reckoning. The Ferryman, the ancient conveyor of death and the path to the afterlife is close and he wants the Greek. There is a payment to be made.
- Stars:John Rhys-Davies, Kerry Fox, Sally Stockwell, Amber Sainsbury, Tamer Hassan, Craig Hall, Julian Arahanga, Lawrence Makoare, Imogen Cassin, Ben Fransham, Robbie Magasiva,
- Country:New Zealand, UK
- Director:Chris Graham,
- Writer:Matthew Metcalfe (story), Nick Ward (screenplay), Nick Ward (story)
The story of a group of twenty-something's who charter a boat to Fiji for the trip of a lifetime, before stumbling upon an evil that demands vengeance at any cost. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
The Ferryman torrent reviews
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(mx) wrote: The script and some content maybe a little flawed, but the usual animation, action sequences and voice acting is what the DC Animated Universe only relies on their films that has powers to keep the film's level at a positive 4-star rate. (B+)(Full review coming soon - with better wording probably)
(ca) wrote: Little Fockers is a funny and great movie. However, this movie is not better than the first two Meet the Parents movies. Still, this movie is just the like the first two Meet the Parents movies. Their are still tons of laughs and it is heartwarming. I would suggest this movie.
(jp) wrote: i would like to see this
(gb) wrote: Lame, depressing, and just plain inappropriate for kids. I find it amazing that Samuel L. Jackson chooses to waste his talents on crap like this.
(ag) wrote: not as good as the first one
(ca) wrote: A legitimate fun time, full of authentic fun and joie de vivre. Rarely have I seen a movie that was so honestly devoted to the love of life and fun. Even the heavies - esp. Peter Boyle, who was outstanding as the evil governor - seemed entirely consumed by the movie. Great effects from the days when effect were real. The beautiful Genevieve Bujold made an excellent heroine - feminine yet more than able to kick ass as required.No deep message here, but hits on all cylinders as a great and fun adventure.
(au) wrote: Non-stop action from beginning to end, a must see movie
(ag) wrote: Love the dark and brooding setting. The animation is incredibly creative and different. A fun watch.
(jp) wrote: Peggy Lee is very good, and of course her singing and Ella's are wonderful, but the film reeks of Jack Webb and he's as cardboard and embarrassingly comic as he could be. Janet Leigh is always interesting, but the character she plays is so annoying, even that is a downer. I had to pause this one, brace myself for the dialog, and then go on, just hoping to hear one of the women sing again.
(ru) wrote: Amazing cast with a twisting (but predictable) plot.
(kr) wrote: This is one of the movies in which Steven Seagal starred in near the beginning of his film career. He's cast in 'Under Siege' as Casey Ryback, an ex-Navy SEAL and current chef who comes out of retirement to encounter a team of terrorists who have hijacked the battleship, in which he works on. It's packed with thrills and amazing shootout moments and martial arts mayhem performed brilliantly by Seagal. It's a worth watch and is a well remembered action flick. And with the casting of Tommy Lee Jones and Gary Busey as the main villains brings entertainment to the movie, due to the great acting. It's probably Seagal's best action flick!
(gb) wrote: For an apocalyptic zombie survival frightfest... you've got the wrong movie ! If, however, you want to laugh, A LOT, enjoy buddy flicks, and think Emma Stone is a fox (as well as a very good actress)... CONGRATS. You've found a gem. Zombieland is the story of a young college student / computer shut-in who finds himself alone and walking to (hopefully) his family home in Ohio, after a madcow burger starts the zombie apocalypse. He meets Woody Harrelson (Tallahassee) on the way. Woody is his usual, easy-going, funny-as-hell serial killer persona (you sort of wonder if Mallory and he had retired to Florida) who seems to be enjoying putting zombies out of their misery as he searches for his grail... a Twinkie. Along the way these gentlemen find several fine autos, a load of weapons ("Deliverance" fans will get a good laugh), and two sneaky "sisters" who scam them more than once. This movie is a hoot. I'm not letting any of the best parts get ruined by even hinting at who they meet on the way... but look out for the Big BM. Many funny references and the detail that one of the main characters has IBS will either make you wince or laugh at loud... depends ! watched this with an eight year old boy who laughed all the way through, and a "sensitive" teen girl who left the room as the opening credits rolled and claimed nightmares from it. It's cartoon gore, but take it at face value if kids are wanting to watch it with you. This is the first thing I've seen Jesse Eisenberg in... he and Woody have a very good chemistry. Abigail Breslin ("Little Miss Sunshine") is excellent in this. My only complaint is I wish it was a bit longer. It's a fun world where electricity is still on and zombies are pretty easy to smash. But look out for clowns...
(mx) wrote: A fun ride! Not really horror or scary, but definitely some tense moments. Quid (Keach) & his dingo, Boswell are the main stars, with Hitch (Lee Curtis) providing able back-up. The Nullabor is an excellent setting and even though it's mostly a truck playing cat & mouse with a van, it moves at a decent pace. Nice ending.