The Last Sentinel
No emotion. No fear. No pain. They were the perfect soldiers to protect civilization until the drone police became the perfect enemy. With little hope left for mankind, Tallis, an electronically enhanced soldier, rescues a survivor from a failed resistance mission. She will have to learn to fight and think like a machine for the final battle to save the human race.
- Stars:Peter Allas, Matthew R. Anderson, Steven Bauer, Keith David, Joe Hess, Maddy Howard, Erken Ialgashev, Lillianna Munro Johnson, Violet Boudicca Johnson, Camille Juliette, T.K. Lawlor, Dawnn Lewis, David Mattey, Caryn Mower, Philly,
- Director:Jesse V. Johnson,
- Writer:Jesse V. Johnson (screenplay)
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The Last Sentinel torrent reviews
(de) wrote: this was good but I was expecting something more raunchy
(br) wrote: omw!! shahidd issstarrinq in it with jenilia!! has to bee AMAZiNq
(ag) wrote: An unexpectedly fun movie experience.Great psychological drama.Great acting from Farhan Akhter.
(ru) wrote: At first "Maiko haaaan!!!" looks funny and make no sence, but at the end, some Japanese culture inside of this film presented.
(mx) wrote: This movie was a little slow but it was a good story, I saw it awhile ago but I remembered I thought it was pretty good. I am pretty sure its in subtitles aswell
(mx) wrote: harmless cheesy comedy..
(ca) wrote: Timeless classic with one of my favourite Fred Astaire dance numbers ever!
(ag) wrote: So-so western from a Luke Short novel about cowpoke Burt Lancaster and his no-good step-brother, Robert Walker. Burt gives an adequate performance but Robert Walker as his weaselly step-sibling steals the show and makes the film watchable. Nothing brilliant, but the cast make it worth watching for western fans.
(jp) wrote: Casino Royale is directed by Martin Campbell and is the first Bond film starring Daniel Craig as the infamous agent. A new 00 agent for MI6, Bond is assigned with incapacitating a terrorist (Mads Mikkelsen) behind an attempted bombing of a plane.This is a fun and stylish Bond film. Daniel Craig is a very focused Bond, not so easily distracted by the lure of women. He is also an inexperienced Bond, lacking proper judgement in certain situations. It makes for a very relatable protagonist. Eva Green is also very strong as a British treasurer tasked with aiding Bond in the poker match. Mads makes for an ok villain as well.The action in this movie is top-notch. After the opening credits (featuring a solid Bond song), a chase scene draws attention immediately. The stunt team in Casino Royale deserves a lot of props for some of the actions they had to pull off. Also, the music is very solid throughout; the classic Bond theme isn't heard until the very end, signifying Bond's character arc into the mysterious 007 agent we're more familiar with.There are some little things I didn't care for in CR though. During another chase scene, there is a knife struggle in the middle of a crowded room, and, somehow, nobody notices. The movie feels long at 2 hours and 20 minutes, and that's thanks to the last 25 minutes or so. There's a twist towards the end that does nothing but serve as Bond's final transformation, and I feel like it could have been done in a way that didn't feel separate from the rest of the movie.Overall, Casino Royale will please new and old Bond fans alike while serving as a solid action movie. Go ahead and give it a watch if you have the 2+ hours!Final grade: B+-Ben
(jp) wrote: There is nothing I hate more than cookie-cutter animation with predictable plots and generic characters, so when I saw the trailer for Khumba I just rolled my eyes. Having now seen the movie I must say the marketing is incredibly misleading. The film is surprisingly fresh and entertaining, doing an amazing job in establishing a gorgeous world and characters who are all given the right amount of screen time to make you want to see more of them. Also I have to commend the movie on having established a society so well that certain major plot devices and themes actually feel like they have significant weight and valid context instead of just being there for the sake of plot progression (I know this should be a given but, trust me I've been seeing the latter more and more).Of course there's a couple of kids film rules which did make me wince a bit, the usual toilet humor, a very brief musical number and that odd trend in animal movies recently involving tranquilizers and hallucinating (why is that a thing?). But as I said before, these are incredibly brief and don't detract from the main plot too much, just brush it off and keep on watching.Not a perfect movie, but still a lot more enjoyable than other animated romps I saw last year. Kids will love it and animation fans more than likely will too.P.S. Great cast, nothing more to say about that, they're just doing a great job.