Angel City trooper Jack Deth is sent back in time from 2247 to 1985 L.A. to inhabit the body of his ancestor. Deth's assignment is to find his archenemy, Whistler, who turns people into zombies, before the fiend is able to kill all the ancestors of the future's governing council.

Jack Deth is a kind of cop/bounty hunter in the bleak Los Angeles of the future. He's become obssessed with chasing Whistler - an evil criminal who uses powerful hypnotic powers to convert people into zombie like creatures known as trancers. Whistler has managed to escape through time travel and is loose in 1980s L.A. but Deth is on his trail. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Trancers torrent reviews

Tom W (nl) wrote: Filled with stars and one of the worse movies I have ever seen.

Selina Y (jp) wrote: Not quite understand Lennon, not quite understand his thought, and not quite understand the English....Maybe that's why he's the God

Thas J (nl) wrote: maravilhoso, perfeito, um verdadeiro tributo moa

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Cameron R (ca) wrote: it was just what I expected since it was from the makers of the crank series, tons of badass action and it is so over the top and ridiculous you can't help but just sit back and enjoy lol, and Gerard butler does make a really great action hero might I add

Aodhan R (jp) wrote: The third instalment in the action-packed Rush Hour series, is near enough a franchise-killer, if not much worse.Like in the previous two movies, Rush Hour 3 takes it's leading men, played by Jackie Chan and Chris Tucker, to a new location abroad, where the main plot kicks in: Paris. As shown in this movie, Paris is not such a good location compared to L.A and Hong Kong in the last two movies, which were bigger locations, and suited the presence of the characters better.Rush Hour 2 is the best in series and the first is quite good as well, but Rush Hour 3 goes to far with a poorly written screenplay, which blends in when the main plot kicks off - and there's also stereotypes, including a ridiculously annoying French taxi driver, with no character development, nor any necessity of being included in the plot.Jackie Chan and Chris Tucker, give it their hardest to make the movie enjoyable and thrilling, which they do, but it's not 100% enough to overcome the movies many flaws stereotypical content.

Tim M (es) wrote: Lee Dae-Ro Can't Die is a funny remake of this flick and doesn't have it's own entry. Awesome cartoonish direction with a bar-setting freeze-cam. Slapstick police humor with a lazy single father. A bit sappy at times, but overall it's a light-hearted look at death.

Mike K (de) wrote: One of the most fascinating westerners ever made. Long periods without dialogue as we watch a man learn to live by his own resources and what nature will allow. Will Geer delivers a wonderful performance as Chris who tutors Johnson in the ways of the mountain men. Hoping to live a life of solitude he comes to have a family that he didn't want but learns to love. when they are taken he becomes a legend as he fights the Crow, who killed them. Redford's performance is subtle and engaging. I can't stop watching it.

Davey M (de) wrote: In many ways, "Smiles of a Summer Night" is what one might expect from a film labeled in its opening credits as "a romantic comedy by Ingmar Bergman"--there's a heavy emphasis on character and the close-up, long stretches of sometimes rather somber dialogue between the comic bits, and a pervasive sense of melancholy and nostalgia that runs throughout the film and grounds it (there's even a scene where a young theology student attempts suicide, for crying out loud). What is perhaps unexpected for those who know the Bergman of "Cries and Whispers" is that this melancholy only serves to heighten the film's deep and abiding joy and to act as a contrast to the surprisingly frequent goofiness (the last thing I expected from Bergman was an over-the-top Capitano-type character accompanied by a string of wacky musical stingers). "Smiles of a Summer Night" was made after Bergman had directed a stage production of "The Merry Widow," and that sort of turn-of-the-century comedy-of-manners attitude certainly informs his writing and direction here. Even so, it's the spirit of Shakespeare (specifically "As You Like It") and even Ecclesiastes that seems to ground the film philosophically. Time slips irrevocably by, death (as embodied by a figure on a cuckoo clock) marches irreversibly forward, and all we have is the present, the pang of heartbreak and the thrill of love, the smiles of the summer night. "Then I commended mirth, because a man hath no better thing under the sun, than to eat, and to drink, and to be merry: for that shall abide with him of his labour the days of his life, which God giveth him under the sun."

John R (us) wrote: This movie may have some predictable plot twists that can confuse viewers, and the end could have worked out a lot better. This movie fortunately provides balance with good acting and interesting dialogue, and it has an interesting premise behind it.

Todd F (ru) wrote: Very funny, but I'm not sure I liked how it all turned out. Overall a good film about love vs sex. Cliff Norton is a very underrated actor.