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The Prodigies

Five young prodigies assaulted in New York's Central Park plot the perfect revenge.

Five young prodigies assaulted in New York's Central Park plot the perfect revenge

The Prodigies is a great movie of Matthieu Delaporte, Bernard Lenteric (novel), Alexandre de La Patellière. The released year of this movie is 2011. We can counted many actors in this movie torrents, such as Leila Tong, Maggie Siu, Pinky Cheung, Samuel Pang, Koni Lui, Sherman Tang, Wai-yan Cheung, Yoyo Law, Siu-Fai Cheung, Shiu Hung Hui, Winnie Shum, Lily Baldwin, David Byrne, Jeffrey Evan Thomas, Lauren Ashley Carter, Moon Dailly, Laurent Demianoff, Alex Martin, Nilton Martins, Jacob Rosenbaum, Jonas Alexander Sansone, Ben Schilling, Karen Strassman, Claire Thill, Isabelle Van Waes, Patrick Vo. There are many categories, such as Sci-Fi. This movie was rated by 5.8 in www.imdb.com. We have a good movies torrent. Share with your friends and watch this movie together

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Users reviews


Adam S (kr)

A fun movie, but nothing on Cleese's usual standard. There are, however, nods to previous works of Cleese, including Cleese accidentally calling Curtis "Wanda", and Monty Python references (a spectator at a sea lion show was described as having "beautiful plumage", and John Cleese's daughter utters the line "It's only a flesh wound")Also appearing are comedy legend Ronnie Corbett, and in the background, Jack Davenport makes his screen debut. Despite all this, there's no ultimately iconic scene, like the shooting of the dogs/John Cleese speaking Russian while naked/Michael Palin with chips up his nose scenes from Wanda. And, also like "Wanda", not enough praise is given to Palin's role as a fast-talking zookeeper with a fondness for tarantulas. Kline is once again the stand-out actor from amongst the foursome, with his dual role as an American heir to a company, and his inexplicably New Zealander father (an obvious parody of Australian mogul Rupert Murdoch). "Fierce Creatures" acts as John Cleese's follow-up to the smash comedy "A Fish Called Wanda", and many of the elements are still there (notably the acting talents of Cleese, Jamie Lee Curtis, Kevin Kline and Michael Palin) but it feels slightly less fresh this time around, although that certainly doesn't preclude it from being a very funny film


Bryan S (br)

Disappointing Ron Howard film


Cal (nl)

Let's face it: it's why you paid the money to see it in the first place. The display of blood and guts is occasionally quite graphic (therefore enjoyable), and it offers Dolph Lundgren drinking tequila, riding a motorcycle and kicking ass. For your basic DTD film, this isn't a total waste. The only true flaws are a handful of shaky performances, the indiscriminate use of slow motion, and the fact it's bereft of anything truly worthwhile or memorable. However Dolph's religious one man army shtick is eye-catching, pairing a mainly silent performance with a charismatic swagger (the kind you generally don't witness in a mindless production like this). Innovative this is not. it's just a familiar DTD movie. . . This isn't a necessarily bad movie. Instead of horses, they ride motorcycles (at one stage Reno even tells Ryder to leave town on his "iron horse"). Missionary Man is a clear homage to the Westerns of old, communicating a contemporary version of a story wherein a stranger rides into town to save the day. He's the proverbial genre villain - outwardly appealing, but shady and corrupt, and has plenty of hired guns on standby to unleash upon the hero. Matthew Tompkins appears to give it his all as the despicable John Reno. There's a bunch of performances of questionable quality, but they're uniformly watchable at least. The supporting cast is generally populated by little-known actors. An air of mystery surrounding the protagonist is usually a great decision, but at least a little motivation would've proved advantageous. But no explanation is offered regarding events that had previously transpired. Conveniently, Ryder had an altercation in the past with a few members of this quiet town and returns purely for vengeance-related reasons. What's missing is acceptable motivation and reasoning for his return to the town. he lacks a weighty back-story. e. Ryder is a one-dimensional hero - i. He certainly looks the part, donning an outfit extremely appropriate for his character. Even at 50 years old, Dolph Lundgren never fails as a badass. Elia Cmiral's music to complement the photography is, of course, atmospheric and effective. The first ten minutes in particular is intriguingly shot, using clever camera angles and (thanks to nice lighting) usually clouding Ryder in darkness. However, cinematographer Bing Rao's work isn't a total dud. Shaky cam syndrome does no wonders on the cinematography front, ultimately coming across as cheap and disorientating. Adhering to the widespread plague of contemporary action flicks, the camera suffers an epileptic attack whenever an action scene takes place. The cinematography is of a satisfactory standard. Nevertheless, the overall lack of unique action scenes (not to mention action scenes in general are in short supply, instead opting to develop a dreary congregation of characters) as well as noteworthy storytelling prevent Missionary Man from rising above the usual low standard for DTD action flicks. The photography is also endlessly stylish (due to an error during the DVD mastering, the colours are washed-out, giving the film an almost mythical look). Some scenes do work, especially when the hulking Ryder (remaining nameless, in an ostensible homage to Clint Eastwood) demonstrates his ability as a fighter. Silly events and corny dialogue unfortunately prompt derisory chortles. Dialogue is fairly humdrum, and clichs proliferate, not to mention the air of unreserved seriousness is never (purposely) breached. The film aspires to be an incisive character study, but Dolph lacks the requisite skill as a writer, director and star to pull this off successfully. Dolph (who also co-wrote the script) unfortunately takes things far too seriously. Missionary Man is just a forgettable shoot-'em-up action romp, featuring an aging Dolph Lundgren taking on countless enemies (sometimes simultaneously) with unwavering efficiency. Tensions rise between Reno and Ryder, and the possibilities for a violent showdown continue to elevate. Ryder - the tall, blonde-haired stranger - begins befriending members of the local Indian community, and causes problems for Reno when he defeats hired hands and interferes with his underhanded practises. 's family refuse to believe his death was an accident, and blame malicious local oppressor John Reno (Tompkins) for the murder. J. However, J. , who had recently drowned. J. His business in town is to attend the funeral of an old acquaintance known as J. Ryder's character is unmistakably established as being some sort of enigmatic badass after he drinks straight tequila (no salt, no lime) and reads various verses of the Bible. An enigmatic stranger known only as Ryder (Lundgren), rolls into town with a Bible and a score to settle. The story is set on a Native American Indian reservation where a gang of sadistic palefaces rule through violence and corruption. On the cover/poster for Missionary Man Dolph Lundgren is heavily armed, there's an explosion in the background, and the tagline reads "No sin shall go unpunished" - judge the book by its cover, as what you see is pretty much what you get. It's your conventional "tough guy rides in to clean up a corrupt town" story, primarily following the DTD formula to the letter. Following the astonishingly positive reception of his second directorial outing, The Mechanik (also known as The Russian Specialist), in 2005, Dolph went on to helm Missionary Man - this stylish, albeit unoriginal and mundane contemporary Western that pays tribute to such classics as High Plains Drifter and Pale Rider. In recent years, Dolph Lundgren has demonstrated his competence as not only an actor but also a director. " As washed-up '80s action stars churn out an endless selection of below-par, low-budget, direct-to-DVD action flicks, you can at least admire them for their persistence. " Ryde: "It's me. . . Jarfe: "That's impossible, it can't be you


Cody C (kr)

One of the worst movies I have ever seen dull, cheesy, jokes are horrible couldn't even laugh or smile once just a painful movie to watch


Daisy M (it)

Eventually, the older sister's involvement with an admirer threatens their secret but developing incest relationship. However, their acceptance promotes sexual emotions and not parental responsibilities. Jack and Julie assume the role of parents. With their parents dead, it is the older sister and the sexually curious younger brother who adjust to the reality of social rules and regulations which demand the family. Super acting by Andrew Robertson as Jack and Charlotte Gainsbourg as Julie. The story relates what can happen when parents unexpectedly abandon their children


Daniel Y (au)

But, all in all Cars is an enjoyable movie. But, don't let that fool you, because it still packs a big enough punch that is able to work even if some of it's comedy doesn't work and is forced at some moments and moments in general and characters, more towards Mater since he is voiced by Larry the Cable Guy but luckily they have some heart felt stuff for him to say that makes it work just enough to the point where you can either tolerate him or like him, depenfing on what type of person you are. Cars is a visually dazzling Pixar movie that has a bit more meaning in the visuals than style and overall story


Dirk G (kr)

Although toted by many as a classic, this film does not leave anything other than two questions; How and why was this made?


Eric S (ag)

as the makings of a LOGO Gay Sex in the City series!! And that Derek Magyar must be Channing Tatum's brother!?. Awe such a great story


Isabella M (de)

. biasa aja filmnya hanya ost-nya saja yang menawan


Jeffrey P (us)

Badly. Normally I love Bill Murray, and Kate Hudson is always enjoyable, but this just fell flat