A hilarious look at the universe's most fervent fans.

A film about the fans of the various versions of "Star Trek". . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Trekkies torrent reviews

Keira M (br) wrote: Worth watching once, nice to see Fairuza in another movie.

Cameron V (ca) wrote: Now what the hell is that!? Tinysauruses!? How can this get ANY worse than what I can already imagine?

Peter M (mx) wrote: A nice idea and the movie has some great scenery and a nice soundtrack. Ive never read the book but the films seems to have tried to cram too much into the hour and a half and ends up being a bit on the messy side.

Bella R (kr) wrote: This movie is the bomb'"'~

Jesse F (mx) wrote: It won't ever be considered a classic but it does have some laugh-out-loud funny moments.

Reese J (br) wrote: Funnier and supports a better narrative than the show ever did.

D J (es) wrote: It just drags on and on and on with nothing to keep the viewer in place.

Nathan M (ru) wrote: Jeff Bridges and Edward Furlong deliver fine performances in this gritty, yet relatively standard father-son tale. The genuine Seattle setting lends a dramatic texture to the film that makes its edge more dynamic. However, it likely pales in comparison with the documentary "Streetwise," of which this film is a dramatization.

Robert P (fr) wrote: Encino Man was much more realistic/funny.

Peter C (ca) wrote: One of the best Roger Corman movies. I was shocked at how genuinely tremendous it is. Peter Bogdanovich makes an art house horror thriller with Karloff basically playing himself and a script that doesn't need a dime more for the paltry budget it was operating under. Downright impressive!

Alden S (fr) wrote: 7.5 out of 10:Despite a generic story and meh songs, Carousel makes up with great dancing, acting, and singing.

Jose Luis M (de) wrote: Intriga , meticulosidad en un crimen y la bella Grace Kelly en esta pelicula de Alfred Hitchcock

Marcus I (ag) wrote: Jude Law has obviously never met any cockney gangsters. The performance is more Dick Van Dyke than Ray Winstone.