The Net 2.0
The life of a young computer systems analyst is thrown into turmoil after arriving in Istanbul to start a new job. She soon finds her passport missing, her credit cards useless, her bank account empty and her identity stolen. As the story progresses we find people and events may not be what they seem ...
- Stars:Nikki Deloach, Cengiz Bozkurt, Demet Akbag, Neil Hopkins, Courtney Vye, Sebnem Dönmez, Ertan Saban, Güven Kiraç, Charles Winkler, Selma Ergeç, Keegan Connor Tracy, Ezel Akay, Michael Halphie, Veysel Diker, Mehmet Ergen,
- Director:Charles Winkler,
- Writer:Rob Cowan, John Brancato (characters), Michael Ferris (characters)
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The Net 2.0 torrent reviews
(jp) wrote: A deeply moving personal statement and portrait of life under what can only be described as an insane regime.
(ag) wrote: I have mixed feelings about this one. In some ways I feel it is good because it shows the hidden truths and realities of what people go through in these environments. However there are several scenes that I question the authenticity of. I also don't think it is right showing the young boy crying out for his mother whom has just been murdered. I hope he finds a good foster home because no child deserves to be brought up in that environment and with that sort of father. The saddening thing about the movie was that there didn't seem to be any sense of realisation from Curtis Snow towards the end.
(ca) wrote: "I don't have to think, I'm a Catholic!"
(us) wrote: The film had it's definite moments of hilarity, but in all honesty this is definitely a film you'd have to be in the mood to watch, but non the less the parodies in this film make it worth watching.
(us) wrote: Men have to admit the one true reason for them watching this fodder: another chance to see Sharon Stone naked.
(ru) wrote: A pretty cool movie!
(us) wrote: I didn't go into this with very high expectations as I generally expect older "thrillers" to be kind of lame, but I was very pleased.
(ag) wrote: It is criminal that Frances O'Connor is not more well known. The same goes for this film. One of the most brutal and effective opening scenes I can recall.
(ru) wrote: I probably watched this movie a dozen times and everyone of those times I found the movie very entertaining. I never got bored of it. The more I watched the damn movie, the funnier and better it gets. I mean the plot and script were pretty shitty but the action and the effects were great. And the funny things the actors do in the movie made the movie oh so better. A classic horror film that I will always remember. Mosquitoes as a topic for a movie was pretty retarded I mean who the hell even cares about mosquitoes! But the fact that the movie was so entertaining and made me completely forget about that's proves that the movie was great. I also find it amusing that the director for the movie is a complete stranger! Gary Jones, ring any bells? No. But im surprised that the movie actually turned out great. All in all it was a great movie with a questionable topic
(fr) wrote: Film about imagination, freindship, relationships, & spirituality.
(ru) wrote: awesome WWII pic made during WWII
(ca) wrote: Well acted, but what is the message here? Father and son bonding over bloodshed? Predictable, dour.
(mx) wrote: The crummy thing about Conan the Barbarian was that they tried to give depth to the character and expand on him and it took itself way too seriously without enough sword and sorcery to it. The great thing about Conan the Destroyer is it's just built on sword fights and nothing else, which was really all i wanted from this. And that's what I got, so underneath the crappy acting, thin plot and lack of sufficient script, I enjoyed watching Conan the Destroyer.