Under the Sea 3D
Imagine a world of incredible color and beauty. Of crabs wearing jellyfish for hats. Of fish disguised as frogs, stones and shag carpets. Of a kaleidoscope of life dancing and weaving, floating and darting in an underwater wonderland. Now, go explore it! Howard Hall and his filmmaking team, who brought you Deep Sea and Into the Deep, take you into tropical waters alive with adventure: the Great Barrier Reef and other South Pacific realms. Narrated by Jim Carrey and featuring astonishing camerawork, this amazing film brings you face to fin with Nature's marvels, from the terrible grandeur (and terrible teeth) of a Great White to the comic antics of a lovestruck cuttlefish. Excitement and fun run deep Under the Sea!
An underwater look at the diverse coastal regions of Southern Australia, New Guinea and the Indo-Pacific areas and the impact of global warming on the oceans. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Under the Sea 3D torrent reviews
(jp) wrote: Superb acting and beautifully told
(es) wrote: A comedy movie about music/rock. Jack Black which starred in "School of Rock" is great here and goofy as usual. He plays a guy which dream is to become a great rocker someday and start a band. Its not Jack's best performance but worth seeing and some funny scenes.
(br) wrote: i appreciate the movie is filmed from the perspective of the German women that have Jewish husbands, there you conceive the craziness and indiffernece of the German army. But the movie is slow, and for most of the time it is enveloped by darkness. It's hard to resist the cosy sofa, you know.
(fr) wrote: Vicious and disturbing rape/revenge movie from cult Japanese director Takashi Ishii. It'll be quite an ordeal to sit through if you struggle with films like "I Spit on Your Grave" and "The Last House on the Left" as this one contains similar, almost endless scenes of rape and terrorization of a young woman in her Tokyo appartment by three guys from her past who video-taped a sexual encounter with her a few years previous and seek to do the same again. As with most of Takashi Ishii movies it has a gritty realism to it all and manages to be brutal and shocking without an over indulgence of gore or blood. You really start to feel for the victim and will her on through her ordeal right up to the tragic ending. Well worth a look if you like extreme movies.
(ag) wrote: it's not soft porn at all. The camera work is stylish, the end is unexpected. pretty good movie in fact.
(us) wrote: This has to be one of the worst films ever written.....seriously!
(us) wrote: A strong performance by Bette Davis. Boyer is wonderful and the children delightful (the oldest daughter played by a young June Lockhart). A film about the danger and toxicity of jealousy but moreover a story of the strength of true love and resilience. A bit long but worth your time.
(gb) wrote: The movie was flawless! It had very little dislikes and/or complaints for me. It kept you interested and had a hint of romance which fit the plot perfectly.
(jp) wrote: The tagline alone makes me want to see this 'makes Carrie look like an angel' lol
(es) wrote: Mindwarp indeed. One star for the projectile blood spewing and subsequent leach vomiting. A half star for the slapping of the open hand wound and for when everyone drinks Claude. A final half star for the uber-whiny, eye-rolling leading lady.
(gb) wrote: classic. maybe for the battle enclined only though
(jp) wrote: So a single cameraman has the ability to jump back and forth between 15 different camera angles without missing a millisecond of dialogue. A man possessed by a demon will continue to record himself 24/7 from multiple cameras, not to mention edit the footage together afterwards, adding in spooky music and smartassed narration. There are so many completely asinine slaps to the faces of the viewers' intelligence in this pathetic excuse of a movie, that it would take triple the film's running time to type it all out. So I will just leave you with one final thought: The Possession of Michael King is a total insult to not only fans of found footage/mockumentary horror, but horror fans...hell, even fans of cinema in general. I am vastly disappointed in what had an opportunity to be something substantial in the genre.