The Last Resort
They were looking for the ultimate getaway, they planned for the perfect paradise vacation; what they’re about to get is a trip no one is prepared for. When a group of five girlfriends heads for the tropics, they relax, hit the beach and step out for a night of partying. All is fun and games, until someone gets hurt. Robbed by their tour guide and left for dead, the girls take shelter in an old ab
- Stars:America Olivo, Ana Paula Redding, Marissa Tait, Sita Young, Arianne Zucker, Nick Ballard, Jeremy Glazer, Jamil Mena, Sandro Del Casale, Ian Patrick Williams, Roman Salcedo, Jo Jordan, Christian Boeving, Dereck Rizk, David Villa,
- Director:Brandon Nutt,
- Writer:Nathaniel Bozen, Nathan Oliver, Martina Papinchak
A Bachelorette weekend goes awry when the girls are robbed, stranded, and forced to take shelter in a deserted Mexican resort that is haunted by the unspeakable atrocities of past. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
The Last Resort torrent reviews
(ag) wrote: A breathtaking tale of friendship. Though you could say this film is overlong, its always fascinating. Going on a journey with this horse is wonderful. Also the ending of this movie is one of the emotionally satisfying moments I've seen. I'm probably rating this movie higher than most but I stand by how much I loved this movie. It is a heartwarming and enjoyable film. Among Spielberg's best in my eyes.
(ag) wrote: I had butterflies in my stomach through out this movie
(de) wrote: Old fashioned, feel-good, smile-at-the-end sort of a film. Suspend disbelief and have some fun.
(ru) wrote: When you get to the 6th film in a strong series, you can either continue down the tried and tested path or you can deviate. Zatoichi and the Chest of Gold does a bit of both. Keeping the film similar in terms of character and story, while offering a brand new style to the mix. This style isn't intrusive or distracting in any way, but it is noticeable. From the opening credits, where Zatoichi slays people against a black background, it already seems more stylised. We see very brave and dramatic shots, such as samurai running a hill directly over the camera. It announces a braver film than previous efforts. The film is really empthasises the yellows of the colour palette, giving it a warm golden glow. Another new addition is the blood, we see it now, and it gushes without ever being glorified. As a character, Zatoichi is expanded upon. We see more of the weak, towards drink and women, Zatoichi. There's also a paternal moment where Zatoichi guides a boy through a forest. The script really makes a point of highlighting the moments we come to expect from Zatoichi. We are also treated to a fantastic final battle, in which Zatoichi meets his toughest match yet, and it isn't just your ordinary sword fight.A fantastic film full of excitement and great writing. It is also easily accessible for anybody new to the series.
(mx) wrote: George Barry's shelved masterpiece Death Bed: The Bed that Eats, also slurps, chews, and moans. Death Bed was made in '77 and then sat on a shelf til it was released in '03, now on DVD in all it's werid glory. The film is about a bed that some demon cried on after his girl died, since demons cry blood the tears brought the bed to life. Surprisingly not as bad as I expected it to be, the death scenes in which the bed slowly oozes all over it's victim and then sucks them in looks fairly good. Also it's short so the pacing is accurate in this lost cult classic.