Trailer War

Trailer War

Unleashed from the vaults of the Alamo Drafthouse, a meticulous selection of the best, strangest and most amazing coming attraction trailers in the world! Most have never been available in any home format, and all are presented for the first time in high definition. From the high flying, explosive metal mayhem of STUNT ROCK to THUNDER COPS' disembodied flying head chaos, each 3 minute masterpiece is like a beckoning portal to another, more exciting dimension. It's a crippling overdose of towering flames, mechanized destruction, lurking fear, poor sexual choices and spiritual devastation on an apocalyptic scale. You might want to have a cornea donor standing by just in case...because THIS IS GOING TO BURN!

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Trailer War torrent reviews

Jonathan F (it) wrote: One good joke. A bad movie. Don't go.

Tyler P (mx) wrote: Pas mal, un bon Van Damme.

Ole J (fr) wrote: This showed Apple from the entusiastic foloowers of the Mac, I myself has used a mac for some time now and before where a windows user.I still use Windows on my mac but also use OS X, just because I can :DWell the documentary is showing some very entusiastic people, some more crazy about mac then others, and I mean crazy in the real sence of the word. But it gives a look at the history, the different macs through time etc.But its a bit to shallow, it doesn't really give a behind the scenes look or go beneath the surface, that would have made it more interesting.It still gave me some info I didn't have and the inpiration to dig in and explore some of the history more.

Grechu M (fr) wrote: Best compromise between old and new stuff equals great Captain America movie

Matt H (gb) wrote: Feels like a practice shoot for the better "Lincoln." The movie sort of suffers from being too much of a court room drama about one of the most volatile and emotional subjects of American history, and feels like a history lesson as a result more than a movie with a story and real characters. It helps to have some really good actors doing their thing. I think the few shots from the point of view of the Africans were very effective. Perhaps a more experimental film maker could make a really interesting movie if totally done that way.

Paul N (mx) wrote: Clever as all hell, but gets a bit monotonous after a while.

Cody C (gb) wrote: A terrible movie, but so much fucking fun. If you like cheese, check it out ASAP. I'm embarrassed I hadn't heard of it until today!

Josh E (nl) wrote: Excellent performances of thoroughly despicable people. Great music.

Grant S (ru) wrote: Goodish, but not great. Explores the relationship mores of the 60s and 70s and comes up with some interesting observations. However, the observations often feel one-dimensional, judgemental and superficial. Plot starts very slowly, so much so I was going to give up on the movie after 15-20 minutes. However, the middle section is good, especially the interactions between Jack Nicholson and Ann-Margret. Some holes and missing information in the plot though. Ending feels anti-climactic, and, once again, one-dimensional.Good performances from Jack Nicholson, Art Gurfunkel and Ann-Margret, who received a Best Supporting Actress Oscar nomination for her performance. Garfunkel's performance was better than expected.

Anne F (nl) wrote: I had already seen the recent awful remake of Lang's film, I'm not sure if I would have enjoyed this more if I hadn't known the twist in the story beforehand.

Zachary M (kr) wrote: By no means is this the first or only film to talk about divorce and the effect it has on a family and children outside of just the adult's relationships. However, this one feels much more grounded than most others. Most make the actual divorce a huge deal with a specific event or sudden plot point, but this movie shows a sobering fact about most of these type of situations, sometimes relationships just end. They fall apart for the most mundane reasons and we as humans must go on living afterwards.