The Real Room 101

The Real Room 101

A look at the enduring concept of Room 101, the psychological torture chamber created by George Orwell for his novel 'Nineteen Eighty-Four'.

A look at the enduring concept of Room 101, the psychological torture chamber created by 'George Orwell' for his novel "Nineteen Eighty-Four". . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


The Real Room 101 torrent reviews

St A (fr) wrote: Just your typical "Asylum" film with horrible effects, nonsensical story and coming off as too serious at times to be funny. Although credit (or discredit) is due to getting actors that are familiar faces that were once popular years ago. Either The Asylum dished out a large budget casting wise, or these people needed the work.

William K (ru) wrote: Mostly bad, showed promise somewhere 2/3 in but then finished terribly

Bruno V (ag) wrote: Some alright things to see , but story stupid , no funny killings , bit of a mess on screen and the script . SOMDVD

Daryl G (de) wrote: A group of women go into a remote location for a calendar shoot, and members of theoir group dissappear one by one. It's billed as a Blair Witch type of horror flick, but it's pretty stupid, but still better than many of the horror films out there.

Sheril J (de) wrote: Just another action flick...dont think too much just watch.

Kenia A (gb) wrote: A very good movie, based in a true story or not we can learn a lesson. A simple production, but good acting and how an act of love and not prejudice can change lives forever.

Nicki M (us) wrote: Rewatched last night after many years. I actually could remember the twist in this one, and actually it's glaringly obvious anyhow, which I don't recall it being first time around. Still a good movie. Jennifer Aniston does a good job here. And quite different to some of the fluff she's normally associated with (not a criticism - I've enjoyed a lot of it over the years. I actually do think she's a good and quite versatile actress). I did have to suspend disbelief quite a few times with some of the things that happen- seemed way too easy. Particularly what happened at the very end - as if someone would get away with that. Ditto to the hotel scene (second one). But decent thriller. Well cast and looks good.

Hugo G (au) wrote: Bjrk's performance was heartbreaking, she was incredible. And the story was just so sad but done very well. Lars Von Trier knows how to make people feel things, and this isn't the exception. ~August 16, 2016~

Fede S (es) wrote: Buena pelicula que me deja sin nada para decir

Emily M (mx) wrote: One of the worst films I have ever seen. Very poor, forced acting and cheap special effects. Will never watch again.

Chris W (it) wrote: Classic. This film is just one example of why Pryor was a fucking genius and one of the funniset and best comedians of all time.

Mike M (mx) wrote: Flynn is at his playboy best - this time on the high seas and the island of Madagascar, as he plays a British spy who infiltrates a band of pirates (kissing nearly every woman with whom he shares a scene along the way). Sword-rattling excitement with plenty of action, filmed in lush Technicolor with ornate costuming to match the pallette. Surely a good time at the movies back in its initial release - and surely a classic pirate flick worth enjoying now. It may not shiver ye timbers, tho it shall surely give ye a savory slice of Hollywood golden age swashbuckling.

Mike H (ru) wrote: The actor did a hell of a job. I predicted the first turn half way through the movie. And the final turn wasn't entirely unexpected as well.

Matthew C (it) wrote: Halloween 6 contains little to no suspense and is much gorier than the previous installments in the franchise. It also attempts to explain why Michael Myers is a killer. Apparently it's because he's been marked by evil and must kill his family so evil is contained in one person. It's a really dumb premise and makes this movie pretty silly and terrible.

Joseph C (ag) wrote: completely original and unique... I'd y Anna Kendrick was in this... but it was good

Brandon W (fr) wrote: Peter Jackson's The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug is a really great movie that is an improvement of An Unexpected Journey. The acting is still terrific as always, and the battle scenes are very enjoyable to watch. The new characters are memorable, especially Luke Evan's character or Smaug himself. The design of Smaug looks fantastic, and Benedict Cumberbatch gives out his A game performance that people are going to remember him for this. The effects are really good, and the film is not as much of a drag as An Unexpected Journey, although there were some scenes that drag for a bit. The love triangle wasn't really needed, but the film doesn't focus on it a lot. The score by Howard Shore is really catchy, and the barrel chase scene is one of the best parts of the film as the action is really great and is just everywhere which I'm ok with. It begins very well, and it ends on a great cliffhanger that got me excited to see the sequel. Even though The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug feels like a middle movie, it's a great enough middle film that I didn't care about it.