When a terrorist's body, infected with a stolen chemical, is recovered by the US military, the corpse is cremated, unintentionally releasing the virus/bacteria into the atmosphere over a small island. Soon the infected populace mutate into flesh-hungry zombies, and a trio of soldiers on leave must team up with a group of tourists and board themselves up in an abandoned hotel as they try to fend off the agile and aggressive living dead.
- Stars:Deran Sarafian, Beatrice Ring, Ottaviano Dell'Acqua, Massimo Vanni, Ulli Reinthaler, Marina Loi, Deborah Bergamini, Luciano Pigozzi, Mike Monty,
- Director:Lucio Fulci, Claudio Fragasso, Bruno Mattei,
- Writer:Claudio Fragasso (screenplay), Claudio Fragasso (story)
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Zombi 3 torrent reviews
(it) wrote: I thought it was awful. Every scene was overly dramatic, people chewing the scenery, and something about a little kid tryna go to school but she keeps jawing with Jobs. Then he walks up on the roof and tries to explain life to her while being interrupted every 2 seconds with some emergency about a square computer that is one micron thicker on one side or some such nonsense. I gave it One Star. I thought it was going to be a documentary but like I said, just way to over dramatic and too lengthy concerning one day (?) in Jobs life, can't recall.
(ru) wrote: good thing this random aussie crime thriller got a theatrical release, otherwise i may have chosen to torture myself by watching God's Not Dead.
(ru) wrote: I read good reviews of this movie, and so it (i worth view
(es) wrote: One of Stephen Chow's older, slightly lower budget offerings, this is a masterful parody of both Iron Chef, and old Kung-fu movies. Stephen Chow plays the "God of Cookery," businessman and celebrity chef, who is de-throned by a business-partner, and forced to regain his chef-credentials from the ground up, learning to cook on the streets. And, because it's a Stephen Chow movie, there's kung-fu. The English translation on the DVD, unfortunately, is truly terrible, not simply because of the translation itself, but because of a lousy timing job. This, however, is something I've become quite used to on import discs. A few jokes that should have been funny fall flat here and there because of it, but the movie's kung-fu grand finale still stands as one of the weirdest, if not greatest, kung-fu face-off's I've ever seen.
(ag) wrote: Tidsreseaction med inslag av Braveheart (nja) som d och d r lite finurlig, men som mestadels knns som en trtt urskt till sommarblockbuster. Men s har jag heller aldrig varit srskilt intresserad av tappra riddare, lortiga borgar och Gerard Butlers krngliga accenter.