VS: The Movie
After a devastating tsunami in 2010, southern Florida and the Caribbean islands have been left in ruin. Citizens attempt to rebuild their lives and start anew, but the streets have been taken over by gangs and overrun with criminals.
- Stars:Bryce DiCristofalo, Rachael Thompson, Daryl McGwier, Jessica Graziano, Bryan Barone, Jacqueline Stahl, Lauren Brown, James E. Foley, Carl Verna, William L. Whitacre, Shane Costa, Rachel Arenz, Susan Yeung, Zack Larez, John Archer Lundgren,
- Director:Bryce DiCristofalo,
- Writer:Bryce DiCristofalo (story), Bryce DiCristofalo, Martin Ebenhack (screenplay)
After a devastating tsunami in 2010, southern Florida and the Caribbean islands have been left in ruin. Citizens attempt to rebuild their lives and start anew, but the streets have been taken over by gangs and overrun with criminals. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
VS: The Movie torrent reviews
(jp) wrote: One of those movies you just can't stop watching!!!
(es) wrote: Really fun & informative documentary detailing a branch of the profitable 1970s exploitation market and the pros and cons of filming in the Philippines. These are the locations that spawned the popular women in prison (WIP) genre including Big Doll House, Women in Cages and Big Bird Cage and talks with the actors, directors, and crew about their experiences. John Landis offers the most hilariously glib observations and we also hear from Sid Haig, Joe Dante, and the low-budget producer extraordinaire himself Roger Corman. The films were profitable in part because they were so cheap, cutting corners by having dangerous stunts performed by untrained actors, primitive living and working conditions, and borrowing the Filipino army for big action scenes! Favorite title: Jeanie Bell starred as the black ass-kicking heroine in TNT Jackson, so following its success what do you call a film starring a white ass-kicking heroine? Firecracker!
(it) wrote: I am not a big fan of Toni Collette, but I liked her in this role. Jason Spevak was great as Henry and I loved his character.
(br) wrote: A four-year-old shakes the art world with her abstract expressionist paintings, but questions surface about her authorship.Before I saw this film, I only knew that it was about a four-year-old abstract expressionist. The film explored every question that occurred to me when I thought about the concept: does abstract art qualify as art, what are the effects of artistic fame on the child artist, who are the parents, and could this be a hoax. Within the first half hour, the film explores everything, which is a credit to director Amir Bar-Lev. The questions about Marla's authenticity take on a new prominence as the film continues and spark a self-reflective journey for the filmmaker. Is he violating a family's privacy by making the film? It's a question that Bar-Lev doesn't take lightly and rightly so. The film's one weakness is that we don't know enough about Bar-Lev before his experiences with the Olmsteads, so it's late in the film before we can attach ourselves to his journey. But all of these stories are compelling, and the comments about art by New York Times art critic Michael Kimmelman are particularly insightful.For my own part, I think "art" is a big enough word to encompass abstract expressionism and "splatter painting." While I don't find the work particularly compelling, I do find people who talk about the theory behind their work more interesting than the work itself. The same is true with modern art; I don't like looking at a Warhol, but I like listening to Warhol's apologia for his work. While Marla, the child artist, seems blissfully unaware of the firestorm surrounding her work, the parents work tirelessly to protect her name. I find Mark suspicious, and though I don't think Laura is in on the hoax, I think she suspects her husband. Yes, I think it's a hoax, but the film's strength is its ability to avoid making its own conclusions.Overall, I think when I can start thinking about the film's issues rather than how the film is made, it says that the film is good enough to transcend the typical value judgments we employ when we watch films.
(de) wrote: I love it give it 5 stars or more
(mx) wrote: (***): Thumbs Up Interesting and entertaining.
(fr) wrote: Not as good as the book, but still a good adaptation.
(ca) wrote: Very good! A very interesting and twisting tale about how powerful the mind is in the recuperation of terminally ill patients, especially those with cancer that are children. It was sad, but it made a great point - how powerful the mind is in recovery more so than doctors and or medicine.
(us) wrote: The best movie on Beur culture that i've seen. It shows the divide amongst the Beur generation as well as their everyday struggles to maintain their identities as well as cope with the racism all around them.
(kr) wrote: oh i love michael keaton!
(ag) wrote: After getting a free pass for the killings in New York City, Paul Kersey (Charles Bronson) settles down in Los Angeles where he is subjected to another attack where his female cook and daughter are raped and brutally murdered by the hands of street thugs. Once again, the formula is simple and straight-forward, but with the scenes being a bit more graphic in nature. Somehow director Michael Winner thought these particular scenes would equal the same film as the previous, but unfortunately it doesn't. We're seeing more bodies being stacked up, but there's no feeling behind Kersey's motive to kill, even though the acts were more violent. He's become more like a zombie, enjoying the hunt more than the revenge part. Bronson's character is no one you would want to meet down a dark alley, but it would have been nice to get a little more feeling to his actions. Like I said in the review for Death Wish, the acting is a bit too wooden and here it hasn't changed much. At least in this film, he actually catches up to the thugs that committed these atrocities to him and his family.
(nl) wrote: well umn just seen this movie 4 the 1st time n think that this is a good movie 2 watch its got a good cast of actors/actressess throughout this movie...i think that both christopher walken n tom berenger play good parts throughout this movie..i think that the director of this action/adventure/art house/international movie had done a good job of directing this movie because you never know what 2 expect throughout this movie..i think that the fight scenes n the gun shoot outs are pretty kewl thorughout this movie,,its an enjoyable movie 2 watch
(jp) wrote: Great film, I loved it, I want it on DVD, Christopher Lee was Great, it was better than what I expected, I thought it was a great film, I loved it, it starred Barbara Shelley and Andrew Keir
(us) wrote: Not the best of the 3. But close.