A man awakens in a car wreck at the bottom of a steep cliff. He can't remember who he is or how he got there, but a report over the radio fills in some of the blanks, as it describes a violent bank robbery and names a perpetrator who happens to be sitting dead in the back seat.

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Wrecked torrent reviews

Alex B (kr) wrote: Way too much gimmickry, way too much narration, it's boring, even awful, a very lazy sequel. (Why didn't they just hire Bif Naked, or Avril Lavigne?! And leave out George fucking Stumble-opolis! Was Bruce McDonald "possessed" by the "spirit" of Guy Maddin?) This film "atones" for the original Hard Core Logo like a bad shit "atones" for a good meal. Watch Sympathy for the Devil, which is insightful, and demystifying, instead. Or Phantom of the Paradise!

Eddie H (jp) wrote: movie so dumb it's funny.

Mark M (fr) wrote: Solid gold Disney classic

Li T (fr) wrote: Kiss my entire @$$! LMAO!!

Bill C (br) wrote: Two stars for what could have been. Goofy creature designs, poor direction, a lack of tension, and more importantly an overblown ending that had me laughing out loud ruined what started out as a potentially interesting entry into to sci-fi/horror genre.

Javis C (au) wrote: An excellent mexican movie, it has good screenplay and good performances, it shows how to appreciate the life and the madness.

Benjamin W (fr) wrote: Perhaps the first ever "part 2" (which never made it to "part 3"), Eisenstein once again uses some well placed color to accentuate a black and white masterpiece. With Ivan well established as Czar by this film, his descent into despotism continues the conflict between him and his opponents, ending with his acceptance of the "terrible" title.

Claudia M (it) wrote: Not as funny as the third one, but still a lot funnier than other comedies.Really great funny moments. And especially worth watching, after you've seen the third one.

(nl) wrote: This movie shows the importance of a movie's visual, with a breath-taking cinematography, directing, editing, art-directing, screenwriting, acting and coreography, Natural Born Killers is a completely underrated film and one of cinema's greatest.

Mark D (mx) wrote: I love baseball so i loved the movie

Orlok W (nl) wrote: Pure old school exploitation with all the ingredients--A Grand Grindhouse tribute from a fine Indie team!!