Where the Rivers Flow North

Where the Rivers Flow North

Sleeper with a top notch cast in the story of a lone wolf logger who fights developers, bankers and the modern world to maintain his way of life.

In 1927, in Kingdom County, Vermont, a large dam is to be built; however, Noel Lord, a logger and cedar-oil harvester, won't give up his lifetime lease on land that will be flooded. The dam... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Where the Rivers Flow North torrent reviews

Wes S (fr) wrote: Dated effects, unlikable characters, and rather hard to follow. The jokes are gross, the violence is bland, and there isn't enough solid material. While are there some nice effects moments and some decent parts of the premise, Spawn is rather uneven and hard to enjoy.

Wayne (es) wrote: Definitely my kind of movie! One of those typical apocolyptic thrillers that really creates huge suspense, and then bang, Behemoth! Trailer gives a lot away though so don't watch that first!

Michael H (au) wrote: While the story behind the movie is courageous, that doesn't make the movie itself a great movie. It's an OK movie which offers insights into modern Iran to those of us who have never experienced it - and who, I hope, never experience anything like it.

Orlok W (ru) wrote: A worthy addition to the genre--Old School Horror!!

Xenia C (ca) wrote: just for you, kaley!

Jayakrishnan R (es) wrote: 25%Saw this on 17/1/15Predictable even miles away from it's narrative, Killing me softly is a poorly made film which can't even be suggested for it's erotic nature as even the sex scenes are tasteless. The performances are bad and except for a view of people falling down from a mountain towards the end, there's no well shot scene here. A point less waste of time, but still towards it's middle, it delivers so tension.

Andrew D (us) wrote: Marilyn meets Einstein for some lengthy debate in a Nic Roeg piece. First saw this at school, cool guy eh?

Matthew T (de) wrote: Free in a Sunday paper, it's the feelgood WW2 biopic of Douglas Bader, played with no-nonsense pluck by Kenneth More. Pilot loses his legs while fannying about in an aeroplane ("don't call it a plane!"), gets metal legs, triumphs against adversity and becomes a pilot again, gives the Jerries a good kicking then spends the last years of the war in Colditz. Clean healthy fun for people who like to think of war as a prolonged game of cricket.

Gerhard M (br) wrote: Gripping and inspiring! One of the best I have seen...

ZeldaGiygasLord 6 (jp) wrote: First of all, this movie makes almost no sense. I've seen it twice and I still have no idea what happened. This movie is more like a hellish, surrealistic nightmare than an actual story. And it that sense, it really works. The acting is terrible and nothing is very clear, but honestly...it's scary. Really, really scary. (Except for this one unintentionally funny part where two jack-o-lantern puppets randomly showed up. No idea what that was about.) The cinematography is beautiful and haunting, and the whole movie is insanely creepy. It's very well-made for having such a low budget. One other complaint - what the heck was up with the opening credits?