Meet Zach. Nice guy. Terrible taste in women. They leave him, but they never forget him. He's heading into the next bad break-up when the newest fad in H2O drinks starts turning his ex girlfriends into zombies who have one idea - getting back together with Zach! Three friends must stop the Ex's and save the world.
- Stars:Alex Hammel-Shaver, Madison Hart, Scott Keebler, Kendall Valerio, Brandy Bryant, Gabrielle Martinez, Jessica Sullivan, Kaylea Ruppel, Lisa Paone, Danielle Rothman, Roberto Lombardi, Danielle Hillman, Denise Hassinger, Erin L. Farnkopf, Felix Santos,
- Director:George Smith,
- Writer:Jean Cohen (screenplay), George Smith (screenplay), George Smith (story)
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Zombie eXs torrent reviews
(ca) wrote: An alternate reality, gangster flick. Slow paced, but still really enjoyed it. Proof that movie critics and myself are diametrically opposed in what we look for in movies. Plus, Billy Idol has a cameo. I wouldn't classify it as a comic-caper movie - it's a tad more serious, but still has some laughs.
(nl) wrote: captivating sites of Korea and real characters kept me glued till the end.. which did not end so fast...! other wise in all and all a nice movie with the help of sub-titles..
(de) wrote: "In this life you're gonna have obstacles. The thing about it is, don't let those obstacles determine where you go."
(fr) wrote: Waiting ALWAYS gets me laughing. Anyone that doesn't like this film doesn't have a funny bone to tickle.
(it) wrote: Well acted, well shot in it's own way, Bloody Sunday successfully makes the audience relive the event.
(ru) wrote: Shit aside (and there is plenty of it by Liam), Oliver Platt steals the show.
(us) wrote: reminds me of Tremors but crazier. Enjoyable.
(de) wrote: It's beautifully filmed, and it's interesting in that it is an obvious send up of a lot of different genres. But unfortunately this early 1990's Woody Allen movie doesn't quite mesh into anything particularly coherent, and it probably echos the confusion of Allen's personal life at the time. It's a shame because the cast and the cinematography are wonderous, but this movie does not do the talents of its various components justice.
(it) wrote: An underappreciated baseball movie due to its HBO-only release and extremely limited DVR availability. Set in 1957, "Long Gone" focuses on a former phenom, injured in World War 2, managing a cellar-dwelling independent minor league team. Add a husband-hungry beauty queen, a coming-of-age young player in love with a religious local girl and an African-American player disguised as a South American to appease the racially-divided "Alabama-Florida" league. How could the Tampico Stogies not lose?
(mx) wrote: how can you not love the bandit??
(kr) wrote: This is not the 'Sparkle' that is my favorite movie. My 'Sparkle' is from back in the 70's staring Irene Cara & Phillip Michael Thomas.
(it) wrote: Funny gags, not so impressive CG, and some silly moments that only kids will enjoy along with moments that adults will get a laugh.This is an average to above average children's film.
(au) wrote: "La maison des esprits"
(de) wrote: The great John Huston's final film, where perhaps the greatest Irish cast has ever been assembled on screen,The Dead celebrates the beauty of the English language, the challenges of marital love and the intimations of mortality which can bring us back to an exaltation of life.