The Monkey's Paw
After Jake Tilton is given a mystical "monkey's paw" talisman that grants its possessor three wishes, he finds his world turned upside down after his first two wishes result in his malevolent coworker, Tony Cobb, being resurrected from the dead. When Cobb pressures Jake into using the final wish to reunite Cobb with his son, his intimidation quickly escalates into relentless murder - forcing Jake to outwit his psychotic friend and save his remaining loved ones.
Jake is given a magical monkey';s paw that grants three wishes. After the first two wishes leave his friend Cobb soulless undead, Cobb pushes Jake to make a final wish by killing everyone connected to Jake. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
The Monkey's Paw torrent reviews
(de) wrote: loved loved loved this movie! awesome scenery!
(kr) wrote: Silly beyond belief. Why do I add these films to my rental list?
(de) wrote: has good songs and story
(ru) wrote: Decent photography and occasionally cool Koyanisqaatsi-like visuals; the opening shot has got to be one of the most jaw dropping long takes I've ever witnessed (Welles be damned).
(gb) wrote: The sequel to 'Before Sunrise' and I didn't like it as much! Far too short, with a rushed conclusion. It's nice to catch up with Jesse & Celine when they run into each other in Paris and see what's been happening in their lives, as their walls slowly come back down, but it's not quite as charming now. Think there's only about five camera shots the whole film!
(de) wrote: This horror drama musical film is a particular version from Faust and Phantom of the Opera and Dorian Gray. By moments, it could seem grotesque but the final scene is intense and unforgettable.
(it) wrote: great funny film, jude law is brilliant.
(nl) wrote: The kind of boring, bland and unimaginative western that gives the genre a bad name. There are a few good photographic moments though.
(ag) wrote: Like its predecessor, which featured Naomi Watts, Children of the Corn V is probably most memorable for featuring an early performance from Eva Mendes, whose films (aside from Training Day) do not really ever get much better than this. Children of the Corn V is an even more forgettable entry in the series--it entertains for an hour or so, but it will leave you with little to remember.