The Zodiac Mystery
The movie begins with Gan Wei, a novelist who has been grappling with writer’s block for several years. Yet, a book written under her name – The Zodiac Mystery – appears in markets. Even more strangely, the people in the book bear the names of her childhood friends and experience situations that really happened to them. What’s worse is that the book writes of a mistake that the friends have kept secret for years. As her other friends turn on her and the events of the novel begin to invade reality, only Tong Dawei’s character stands by Gan Wei…
- Stars:Haitao Du, Wei Gan, Wenqing Liu, Yan Liu, Kimi Qiao, Hao Qin, Zihan Qin, Ning Song, Dawei Tong, Jingchun Wang, Jing Yuan, Junhan Zhang,
- Director:Zhimin Sheng,
- Writer:Ya Liu (screenplay), Zhimin Sheng (screenplay)
The movie begins with Gan Wei, a novelist who has been grappling with writer’s block for several years. Yet, a book written under her name – The Zodiac Mystery – appears in markets. Even more strangely, the people in the book bear the names of her childhood friends and experience situations that really happened to them. What’s worse is that the book writes of a mistake that the friends have kept secret for years. As her other friends turn on her and the events of the novel begin to invade reality, only Tong Dawei’s character stands by Gan Wei… . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
The Zodiac Mystery torrent reviews
(fr) wrote: this movie is like one big, long, bad ass fight scene with some of the best action sequences put to film and it's non-stop entertainment. the acting is amazing and it adds well to the action sequences. the dialogue was surprisingly made done and fast paced. definitely one of the best action films of the decade.Owens grade: A
(es) wrote: could they have rinsed a franchise anymore
(au) wrote: Donkey Punch - CATCH IT ( B- )Donkey Punch is perfect examples of how C grad movies should be made add some hot girls, have 10 to 15 minutes of orgy and end with lots of blood and killing. It may sound really cheap but it works perfectly in case of Donkey Punch. Donkey Punch is a story of three girls on vacations gets into four boys luxury cruise to spend an evening on the high seas. The evening starts from lots of booze, swimming and to the ultimate. The happiness tragically ends when one of the boys "Julian Morris" during sex "Donkey Punch"ed Sian Breckin's and it results in her sudden death. The premise of the movie is racy and so as the whole movie. For me Julian Morris is the only famous person in it, I loved his Cry Wolf and his recent recurring role in "Pretty Little Liars". For Julian Morris this must be breaking his image, he looks innocent but defiantly he isn't nave appearing full frontal and doing racy stuff, at least I had never expected that from Cry Wolf's kid. Robert Boulter, Nicola Burley, Sian Breckin and Jay Taylor were good. I hated Tom Burke; maybe it's his mouth or role, unable to decide.Overall, Donkey Punch is racy, fun, thrilling bit longer yet a good time pass.
(jp) wrote: The problem here is that it just doesn't work on almost any level. Everyone does feel wrong for the roles and everything seems quite awkward almost always. I did like some elements to this film, but it mostly just didn't work. I can see some people enjoying this film, but not many.
(es) wrote: A cute musical movie that is sometimes corny but all around fun. Kids will love and some of the songs are honestly pretty catchy. There are definitely elements that could be improved but it is an enjoyable movie through and through. Musical fans and kids will love it this movie.
(de) wrote: Second in Command is a modest action thriller joint that delivers the goods in a fast-paced and intense fashion, even though the whole one-idea set-up is familiarly derived. The premise starts off at a breakneck pace and then tightly builds up to its chaotic siege situation with a exhilarating climax with some organic grit. Along the way it offers up a surprise or two and there's no real political interference in how they shape the story, despite the topic at hand and flawed nature. The basic script won't set the film alight, but never falls into any cheesy mumbling. The action scenes, which for this type of film is what we are actually hanging around for. Are handled with great vigour and the set-pieces can raise a sweat. Jean-Claude Van Damme is capably good and fit's the mould perfectly, with his downtrodden and workman like performance of a more beatable and humane character than anything overly heroic.
(us) wrote: Nice one I've seen about two times.
(ca) wrote: You can compare this movie a little to Hotel Rwanda, same theme, about the genocide in 1994. It's such a sad movie, Beyond the Gates is a horrifying story told with grace and compassion. Credit to John Hurt and Hugh Dancy for their performance
(fr) wrote: Decent sequel to the original cult classic. It's not as good as the original, but it's solid. Charles Band returns as director and all the main players return as well, with Tim Thomerson as Jack Deth and Helen Hunt as his now wife Lena. The plot involves Deth now settled in with his life as an private detective in modern day LA the even Dr. Wardo, played by the always villainous Richard Lynch, introduces a new Trancer threat. Art LaFleur also returns as McNulty and Barbara Crampton has a small part. Nothing classic here, but entertaining if you liked the original.
(au) wrote: This movie is guaranteed to be horrible so here is some Billy Squire for your amusement: "Now everybody, have you heard If you're in the game, then the stroke's the word Don't take no rhythm, don't take no style Got a thirst for killin' - grab your vial... " First person to name that song will get an invisible bowl of rice. Nothing will stifle hunger like Uncle Ben's invisible rice, homestyle.
(es) wrote: Such an amazing masterpiece that can never recreated nor destroyed...from our memories that is.
(ru) wrote: Wonderful melodrama!
(br) wrote: (B) A staff of dead people helps the recently deceased choose one memory to take with them into the afterlife. The "documentary" scenes where patients reflect on their lives are poignant, but the film derails later on when we're forced to watch the staff boringly reconstruct patients' dreams. The film reinvests in the staff protagonists later, which returns some of the emotional urgency, but it could have been a jolt rather than a mere flicker.