The Sender

The Sender

A disturbed telepathic man is able to transmit his dreams and visions into the minds of the people around him.

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The Sender torrent reviews

Alex V (ag) wrote: Dysfunctional but enjoyable

bill b (kr) wrote: Bad actingBad scriptBad directing

Laurent P (jp) wrote: Un buddy movie francais qui fonctionne et qui appelle a une reformation c'est devenu rare. Le merite au duo d'acteur complementaire et en phase et a une intrigue generique mais suffisamment soignee pour remplir la mission en s'evitant le ridicule habituel de nos comedies recentes baclees.

Maximillian M (nl) wrote: I often regard this movie as the second best comic book movie of all time, right behind The Dark Knight. And I now regard this movie as too far ahead of it's time, if it were released today I can easily see a 90% rating. This movie is better than anything Marvel has put out since Spider-Man 2.

Jess L (us) wrote: By the book romantic comedy - no surprises here, some laughs, don't write home about it.

Larry C (kr) wrote: I do not understand the high ratings for this sad story.

Scott R (mx) wrote: The pace plods along at times, but it is well acted and delivers what you want

Jimmy S (de) wrote: Don't listen to the critics folks. The is one of the best comedies I have seen in years.

Timeen (fr) wrote: This was ok to watch if you are really into horror.

Ken S (fr) wrote: Nice little short film by Polanski.

Jackie H (de) wrote: My first John Wayne movie and one of the best!

Tanner B (es) wrote: Moneyball (2011) 133m. ??? D: Bennett Miller. Brad Pitt, Jonah Hill, Robin Wright, Philip Seymour Hoffman, Chris Pratt, Stephen Bishop. Inspired adaptation of the Michael Lewis novel examines respected baseball manager Billy Beane's successful attempt to assemble a baseball team on a lean budget by employing computer-generated analysis to acquire new players. Compelling, to be sure, but since the main character is hard to relate to, it leaves the film with a certain level of aloofness.