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The Imperial Limited torrent reviews
Box H (gb) wrote: how healthy is it to impress upon your own children that they won't reach adulthood because of armageddon? there is nothing redeeming about this at all.
Eve Lyn B (it) wrote: The latest from India does not dissapoint. I am rarely dissapointed by Bollywood films and this one reminds me why. The music alone is stunning. Great acting, great script, great locations. The lengthiness of these films allows for all loose ends to be tied and to tell a complete story.
Ketutar J (kr) wrote: I loved this movie... there were some hard moments, but it ends so beautifully :-)
Private U (ru) wrote: See my review for Dead Mary. It's like that but set in a mine.....oh and it's dutch
Eric S (nl) wrote: Excellent movie, the acting, writting, directing, everything is clicking on all cylinders here, Michael Rappaport is great as usual.
Jess H (ca) wrote: This movie is strictly about the main characters, and you get taken along for the ride as deeply disturbing secrets from their past emerge. The supernatural aspect is almost like an afterthought, but my stomach dropped in fear a bunch of times while watching this, so mission accomplished on the horror part. Great performances as well, still not as great as Cello...but close :)
Abu S (ca) wrote: my top character is on it so think ti is a fantistick and good actioin
Marko Z (it) wrote: It sure feels like a Tarantino movie, but an unusual and a bit forced soundtrack along with some remarkably dumb camera placements kinda takes you out of it.
Marc R (kr) wrote: As stated above, this film (although not silly to me but I can see why people with no sense of humour would say such a thing) has stood the test of time in terms of gags and is bound to with Leslie Neilson about & who is the king of spoof. I grew up watching this time and time again as a child (as my Nan will attest too) and every now and again, like now, on a lazy Sunday afternoon, just whack it on your Sky Q box and relax with the bird and enjoy. The comedy film genre will never replace the legend that was Leslie Neilson and this genre of film is a much poorer place without him. Thank God we have these gems to look back on. Most films today do not know how to do comedy and if they tried to do a movie like this today, the minority would win out because some 10 people in a country might be offended even though it is a film and not real. Go figure for yourself.
Dave C (mx) wrote: A not so ugly American works as a pimp in 70s Singapore is an amazing character study. Film sags towards the halfway line but throws in a fitting third act. Great performances by Ben Gazzara and Denholm Elliott, but the prime attraction of the film is an unsanitized Singapore that is mostly long gone.
Thomas H (fr) wrote: Just like the astronauts trip to Mars, this film never takes off.