The Million Eyes of Sumuru

The Million Eyes of Sumuru

Frankie Avalon and George Nader (that guy from "The Robot Monster") are a couple of wise-cracking, swingin' secret agents. Their enemy is Shirley Eaton as Su-Muru, who plans to remove all of the men who are currently in power and replace them with her army of women.

A playboy (Frankie Avalon) and a CIA agent (George Nader) save the world's men from Sumuru who plans world domination by having her sexy all-female army eliminate male leaders and replace them with her female agents. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


The Million Eyes of Sumuru torrent reviews

Linda T (mx) wrote: Excellent film with great photography!

Weng S (gb) wrote: ...?-.? 3/4'??"(TM).

Patrick G (nl) wrote: A self indulgent performance for Streep, I felt like I knew less about who Margaret Thatcher was as both a person and a politician after seeing the film than before seeing it. A dismal failure on almost every level.

Katie M (es) wrote: Odd little movie. Julia Stiles and Forest Whitaker, so that was good. Kind of an interesting plot. Some strange characters, strange moments, a few very unexpected moments, especially the beginning. A few nice plot twists and script moments. Not bad, not wonderful.

M K (au) wrote: It's somewhat shocking to see a 35mm, beautifully colorful Shinya Tsukamoto film. Gemini is one of his best films, and while a bit different from his usual style, has plenty of fabulous images (that shot of the main character falling down the well is terrifying and unforgettable) and equally fabulous acting.

Timm S (mx) wrote: Blood Is Thicker Than Water In That Family Comes First Really Rings True Here. This Slowly Delivers The Goods But It Does So In A Fashion That Is A Testamony Of Honesty. Airing The Family Laundry Always Brings Out The Filth. A Good Portrayal Of Family Dynamics.

Sheldon C (it) wrote: Despite its sweeping ambitions and some memorable images, 1492 is a film that calls too much attention to itself from the miscast roles to the phony accents to the inconsistent character development. The cinematography includes gorgeous shots of the golden sun hovering in the horizon as ships sail off as well as brilliant frames of silhouetted figures running across the native backdrop, and that is all nice, however, the narrative fails to complement as it becomes too plodding and especially cliche. 1492 is an earnest effort that in the end carries way too many flaws from the acting and story front to be considered a recommended viewing.

Sarah P (mx) wrote: Terrible but in the best sense. Lots of fun. Only ever seen it with Mystery Science Theater though. One of my favorite episodes.

Anna N (de) wrote: Horror = Not interested.

Dj N (gb) wrote: By far Joe Carnahan's best film. Here we get a flawed hero in Jason Patric's character, and the powerful Ray Liotta playing Detroit's version of Vic Mackey. This great movie keeps you guessing until the end, and even after it's all over it keeps you thinking.

Matthew V (jp) wrote: Not your average vampire movie, but it definitely delivers everything you want in a good survival movie. Locked down towns, crazy cult worshipers, mentor-pupil relationship. There are parts that you want to pump your fist in excitement and parts that blow your mind with sadness and shock. Overall, this is definitely a good watch.