The Survivalist

The Survivalist

In a time of starvation, a survivalist lives off a small plot of land hidden deep in forest. When two women seeking food and shelter discover his farm, he finds his existence threatened.

The movie centers on a man, a hermit of careful habits whose small garden is closely guarded, fertilized by the bodies of those who have threatened him. When two women seeking food and shelter discover his farm, he finds his existence threatened. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


The Survivalist torrent reviews

Thomas R (gb) wrote: This movie is about card counters, not about card counting. It chronicles a group young white dudes introduced by their pastor and their troubled rise to card counting glory. With the silent cameraman, some parts of the movie feel like The Office would if it were a serious movie about super Christian card counters.The most interesting thing about Holy Rollers is how the characters' faith affects the way they run and expand their operation. They almost all Christians who met through the church, and their shared faith forms the basis of them trusting each other with vast amounts of money. They and their families all question whether playing blackjack is really moral. When they fire the only non-believer from the team, we see them struggle to explain, to each other and us, why it's good that they are all white Christian men. The camera doesn't offer any conclusions, you are left to find your own.Overall, I wasn't bored for a minute of this movie. It's a fascinating look into a really bizarre group of people.

Harris W (jp) wrote: It's been described as the Basque Brokeback Mountain, and it does live up to the hype. It's a very slow film but keeps you interested throughout. The performances are great, and the story is simple yet powerful and moving at the same time. Everything in the film is down to earth and true to life, the feelings are genuine, the nudity is natural. This is something you rarely see in Hollywood movies.

Karsh D (br) wrote: the fine partnership of Meadows and Turgoose continues apace with this nice short film about Turgoose arrives in London and makes friends with a polish guy who likes taking photos. They then both fall in love with the same woman in the cafe. Short and sweet this film.

Yash B (fr) wrote: It's not a bad movie but it isn't anything special. The premise is really simple and the movie never soars. Still I enjoyed the visuals and think it's a good time.

Dakotah G (br) wrote: Much different and darker than the first, but equally entertaining, with quirky set design and direction.

Jonny P (au) wrote: "Pleasantville" is a fascinating social commentary that is as visually beautiful as it is introspective. This film is best known for its strategic use of colors in a black and white world and has become an iconic piece of film history. The contrast is stunning, like "Sin City" without the violence and graphic imagery. Various films have used this technique to be symbolic but there has never been a story that so effectively integrated the element into its plot. The vivid colors that fill the screen are complimented by brilliant cinematography. John Lindley transports us to this "Leave it to Beaver" world through unique camera angles and memorable shots. The entire film is an impressive work of art and I would have given it the Oscar for Best Art Direction over "Shakespeare in Love" any day. Unfortunately, the overt sexuality in the film negates the ability for families to watch this fascinating story together. I understand that this is a story of self-discovery and that is how some of the characters reach the enlightenment of who they really are, but the overemphasis on sexuality clouds the moral of the story. The film could have been easily been edited at a PG-level by implying things instead of using graphic noises; still, it is tame compared to the teen comedies of today. This film has a great cast, from the impeccable acting chops of William H. Macy to the scheming J.T. Walsh in his final film. Other big names include Joan Allen, Jeff Daniels, and a nod to classic television with Don Knotts. The crew did a great job of finding an entire cast that has that classic 1950's look, and casting twenty-somethings like Marley Shelton and a young Paul Walker that look like teenagers. Reese Witherspoon's performance was the best in the film and it really pushed her into the Hollywood spotlight, while Tobey Maguire's performance made me realize that I didn't even like his acting in his younger years. One of the film's highlights is the memorable theme by Randy Newman that captures the mystery and wonder of this transforming utopia. Newman's Oscar-nominated score works well alongside classics that transport us back to the late 50's, including "At Last" by Etta James, "Take Five" by Dave Brubeck, "So What" by Miles Davis, and Fiona Apple's cover of "Across the Universe." I can't believe that this film is almost 20 years old. Even in this time of unprecedented digital effects, "Pleasantville" still manages to take my breath away as the vivid colors of enlightenment contrast its black and white world.

Stella D (mx) wrote: gorgeous to look at and creepy as hell. max von sydow's dreams invade real life and not only his own

Christian E (kr) wrote: Shame to even give it half a star put had to rate it. Bad acting, bad cgi, bad story. just....awfully bad.

Frank M (au) wrote: What is wrong with everyone.....this movie is horrid in all aspects! I was looking forward to a rarity nowadays...a movie western.....what a disaster! Sorry, but there are no redeeming virtues for this one....and the disgusting gore and violence does not redeem the lack of storyline....just a disappointing waste of time, especially considering the dubious heights of the reviews cited.