The Gamers: Dorkness Rising
All Lodge wants is for his gaming group to finish their adventure. Unfortunately, they're more interested in seducing barmaids, mooning their enemies, and setting random villagers on fire. Desperate to rein in his players, Lodge injects two newbies into the party: a non-player character controlled by Lodge, who the power gamers immediately distrust, and the rarest gamer of all -- a girl.
- Stars:Nathan Rice, Carol Roscoe, Brian Lewis, Scott C. Brown, Christian Doyle, Jennifer Page, Geoff Gibbs, Ed Gibbs, Don Early, Sean K. Reynolds, Chris Duppenthaler, Julia Vancil, Steve Wolbrecht, Emily Olson, John Frank Rosenblum,
- Director:Matt Vancil,
- Writer:Matt Vancil
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The Gamers: Dorkness Rising torrent reviews
(ru) wrote: (20%)Besides Leprechaun in the hood part 2, I've seen all of these movies and the only aspect that kept the wheels going round for all those editions was Warwick Davis. He was always was fun to watch, and despite the quality dipping very low towards the later films, he always gave the impression that he at least cared and was trying to create an enjoyable final product. This though features a mute killer goblin likened monster with predator vision that has barely anything in common with the comical character we've grown to expect. So what you're left with is a typical generic Hollywood horror B-picture with a broken view of Ireland (the pub scenes appear to be set within the 19th century), that's void of any thrills, and would be considered quite tame even by 1950's horror standards. It isn't terrible, but everyone has seen this type of fluff many times before.
(au) wrote: super brutal me encanta esa pelicula
(nl) wrote: Cheesy and clumsy, it's got heart but it often appears in the wrong instances.
(nl) wrote: might've enjoyed it more if I hadn't seen BLUBBERELLA
(fr) wrote: Dude from Clueless/Scrubs is in it, you gotta see it.
(nl) wrote: Absolutely hilarious. Extremely witty and creative humor. Some of the best stand up I have ever seen.
(it) wrote: This movie was hilarious. "I'm gonna go to Mexico. I gonna learn some Spanish, eat some tacos, and have a lot of kids". Hahaha. Oh my side hurts!
(nl) wrote: submediocre across the bored... I mean board.
(us) wrote: A very interesting idea handled in a quite poor way.
(de) wrote: Just bad. Not fun, not cute, just bad.
(ag) wrote: Irreversvel antes de Irreversvel.
(br) wrote: Best football movie ever made.
(nl) wrote: Tense, violent, and acton-packed are the reasons why this is one of the best action flicks I have ever seen.
(kr) wrote: Great movie i loved it all.
(us) wrote: In a niche MMO setting, "Warcraft" offers a great visual interpretation to fans of the series (can anyone say "Mrrgrrlllmrrrgl"?), but will leave newcomers in, at best, a slight fog of confusion.The casting was pretty solid overall - I'm especially fond of Ben Schnetzer (Khadgar) and Daniel Wu (Gul'Dan). The acting is believable - neither too serious nor too comical across any role, even if the story is darker than the film lets on - in fact, the film does more justice to the dark reality of the events than even the game at times.Fans of the Warcraft legacy will appreciate the adaptation (inconsistencies aside, like why Dalaran was already a floating city decades earlier than it should be?), but newcomers will likely find themselves confused by not knowing the encyclopedia's-worth of story beforehand.Overall, as a long-time Warcraft fan, I found the film to be wholly enjoyable. The special effects are worthy of praise and, luckily, the international appeal is enough to warrant future installments. Blizzard's monolithic franchise has literal novels of story to tell, and I'm eager to see future film adaptations of a story almost 30 years in the making. If "Lord of the Rings" can do it, so can "Warcraft". To be fair, this installment attempts to condense roughly 20 years of in-game events into a single film, when honestly, it would take several films per "Expansion" to detail all the events.If you're somehow new to the MMO behemoth that Warcraft has become, you'll likely have lots of questions - luckily, chances are at least one of your gamer friends can fill you in, and happily so.