Set in a bustling bird city on the edge of the majestic Victoria Falls, "Zambezia" is the story of Kai - a naïve, but high-spirited young falcon who travels to the bird city of "Zambezia" where he discovers the truth about his origins and, in defending the city, learns how to be part of a community

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Zambezia torrent reviews

Steve W (us) wrote: Blood Punch is an indie horror crime thriller movie with bite. It starts off rather slow, as a young delinquent named Milton is in rehab following his meth lab being busted. A young vixen named Skyler tempts him to make her meth, and they are busted out by her psychotic boyfriend Russell. Once they get to the cabin to get their payday, she betrays her man for Milton and they kill Russell. But they re-live the same morning, and they find themselves in a Groundhog Day loop as they try to find a way to get out. Instead of being repetitive, the film actually throws multiple twists in the second half to keep things interesting. Its one of the better indie efforts, because its drenched in black humour.

Andy P (de) wrote: A worthy sequel, with equally awe-inspiring action that is way more than enough to distract from a lesser script.

Eric M (mx) wrote: Grandparent types talk about the orgies they were in back in the day. Good for them

Andrew L (mx) wrote: One of the most original slasher thrillers made in a long while. It's a shame it's spawned so many duff sequels.

Luke C (jp) wrote: Unlike many people I find Home Alone 2 to be a great movie. Yes it is a retread of the first one, but it helps by changing the location to one of the biggest cities in the world, which factors the outcome. Macaulay Culkin, Daniel Stern and Joe Pesci are still funny in the film. The comedy is still great and the cinematography is better than the first. Just a great looking film. It also has heartfelt moments like the original. The standout is definitely Tim Curry. And today it is kind of odd to see Donald Trump's cameo.

Sammi L (gb) wrote: Very original take on the silent black and white film format, in the sense that it is not silent and not always black and white! Has an interesting and twist-laden storyline. Cleverly amusing, this is a perfect sit-down-on-an-afternoon-with-a-cuppa-and-a-biscuit style film!

Ben C (jp) wrote: On a further inspection, it's definitely not a bad movie, as it is played seriously by Tom Hanks, and some one scene actors in the movie such as Robert Stack and Lloyd Bridges, but it is lacking in the laughter department. Also, Meg Ryan playing three chracters (four if you count the flight announcer) just seems to throw me off for some reason.

Tom H (jp) wrote: Hider in the house features a really deranged Gary busey(he didnt even have to act). Nothing special about this movie, but Busey is always a joy to watch in bad guy roles.

Jocelyn B (br) wrote: it's got some pretty slow parts to it. the monster is really cool and there is a great, unique feeling to a lot of scenes.

James M (jp) wrote: A great concert movie padded out with some pretentious twaddle. Worth watching just for the great music alone.Been a long time since I rock & rolled...

Ravan Florentin P (mx) wrote: bad plot, good acting

Meag M (us) wrote: Tennant is absolutely brilliant! (of course when is he not?)The best Hamlet performance."Except my life! Rrrr, raah rrr" XD

Brian C (de) wrote: Painful....this anthology of short horror stories all held together by a narrator who was a reject from Tales from the Crypt. The stories are bad, the acting is worse, and the practical effects are abysmal.

Tim R (ca) wrote: What a quirky, clever, witty, sometimes dry but experimental film. I had fun watching this.