Tomorrow, When the War Began
Ellie Linton, a teen from an Australian coastal town, leads her friends on an excursion to a camp deep in the woods, dubbed "Hell." Upon their return, the youths find that their town has been overrun by an enemy army, and their friends and family have been imprisoned. When the hostile invaders become alerted to their presence, Ellie and her friends band together to escape -- and strike back against -- this mysterious enemy.
Seven Australian teenage friends from a small town go on a camping trip to be with nature. During their trip, they see military aircraft fly overhead. What they didn't know was their country was being invaded by another country. Returning home, they discover that they are at war. With no training, they band together to fight the enemy. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Tomorrow, When the War Began torrent reviews
(br) wrote: Simply a terrible film. I'm not a fan of comic books or their films, but this is so bad it's offensive!
(ca) wrote: Yes the film has some great sword fights,but that is very few and nothing about this movie was really engrossing....The idea and plot are boring for the most part, and the film tries to make the movie not bad as it may seem with the ending.... But even the ending is basically WTF and not in a good way either.......
(jp) wrote: Although beautifully shot, I found it too slow and predictable.
(de) wrote: You know what? You all need to shut up. If you don't like the movie... Just say it simple. You don't like it. Don't be going on about: The Make-up is nasty. The Costume is hideous. Why did they do that? Catwoman is supposed to be white. Why did they make her black? Enough Bullshit. To me... the movie is amazing. I like it. Enough said. What? You all have something to say to me? Bring it. I won't back down.
(ru) wrote: None of the flair of the original because it lacks the brilliance of Stuart Gordon, the second film in this mini-genre manages to kill it before it could really begin.
(mx) wrote: This is a fairly good insight into the lives of a group of HIV positive gay men, and it should bring you to tears right? I mean, with something as sad as this disease is, it should make you feel something? To make a story like this work, you really need to get under the characters skin. You need to know the people. I never managed to feel for these characters, I never even managed to know the names of the various men. Because of this, the story had no affect on me at all. It was bland and rather boring. I guess you need to have some kind of relation to these events to really care. Or maybe I?m just lacking a heart?
(ca) wrote: Honestly, this is a better movie than the first one, if only because it creates an excellent, spooky atmosphere, and most of the same actors have learned to dial down their performances for film. It does struggle with the same time and logic gaps, mostly toward the end, and this time because of studio-mandated cuts. However, in general, it's a better picture, and a restored full-length edition could go a long way toward fixing some of its flaws.
(it) wrote: Brilliant epic. Surprisingly satisfying ending, considering what it is. Only weakness are the 'silly female' scenes. Otherwise, it's a finely edited, clipping Western that could never be made today.
(jp) wrote: 2016-08-12 slow pace, shows its age
(nl) wrote: I Really Dont Understand how this movie doesnt have at least 90% EVERYBODY Loves this movie! Classic!
(br) wrote: One of them wacky films but with a mafia twist. Michelle Pfieffer plays a woman married to a mobster but she isn't happy with him; He gives her a nice home, but she isn't satisfied, plus she really isn't feeling the other mafia wives. Her hubby though solves her problem by having an affair with the boss' girlfriend and getting killed when he got careless by the boss man(Dean Stockwell); so she decides to leave the life behind and move into the city with her son, but it catches up with her when the FBI investigates the mob group her husband ran with as well as her since she was with them. Interesting film