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13/13/13 torrent reviews

Yoshi S (ca) wrote: So boring... Story, battle scenes, actors... All boring... But ending was nice... Blu-ray's HD picture and 5.1 dts surround sound were fantastic! and movie was only 95 minutes! Uh... Thank God... Worst Saints and Soldiers movie, don't watch it! You will regret!

Herbo M (us) wrote: What kids go through in war torn countries!!

Jams G (us) wrote: better then some of these other low budget horror flicks.

caletria c (de) wrote: i lov the show n mostly the song

Trista J (ca) wrote: This certainly isn't in the ranks of the best vampire movies. Lets get that out of the way right now. But, I personally loved it. It's cheesy, corny and a little fangy. I found more comedy in it than horror, despite some pretty strong vampire scenes. You would think a room full of coffins would freak a 7 year-old out. Apparently not me. This is one that I have seen dozens of times and cheesiness just doesn't turn me off.

Michael H (nl) wrote: I longed for a story to contain these vignettes. The absence of any story arch means the vignettes are left to stand unsupported. Some do. Many don't.

Martin D (br) wrote: A poor father is trying to find work and feed his two sons. They wander bleak landscapes, things steadily get worse. There's a lovely scene when the boys and their father imagine having food and mime each longed-for bite. One of Ozu's late silent films. Takeshi Sakamota is superb as the father. Seen July 9, 2010 at the IFC Center, NYC.

Jeff B (nl) wrote: A great early Capra film with a wonderful set up involving a poor woman who lies to her daughter who lives overseas and has never seen her that she's a rich woman. When the daughter decides to get married and come to visit, "Apple Annie" gets the help of the mobster she bring luck to to turn her into a rich lady for a week. There are some pretty hilarious moments throughout, all involving the mobsters and their reactions to helping out with the crazy idea. Great cast and some perfect writing, especially all of the wonderful names of characters. A great Capra film to see, I loved it, and the ending is so great.

Ben R (gb) wrote: What a cast! Murder on the Orient Express was my favorite Agatha Christie film adaptation, until I saw John Guillermin's 'Death on the Nile.' The acting, the story, the twist, the suspense! Everything about this film is spectacular.Louise Bourget is one of the most hated women in England and America. When she boards a cruise boat on the Nile for her honeymoon, poor unsuspecting Louise doesn't realize that she is surrounded by people who all wish her dead. When she is found dead in her bed, shot from close-range, a classic 'Whodunnit' emerges, where Inspector Poirot (Peter Ustinov), and his little gray-cells must find the killer, or killers.The brilliance of the film can be attributed to the incredible performances by this star-studded cast. Angela Lansbury actually stole the show as the drunken erotic novelist. Bette Davis played a stuck-up diva perfectly, most likely because it was pretty much based on herself (I kid, I kid). Maggie Smith was also one of the highlights as a woman who is fed up with everything, all the time. Mia Farrow played the insane part amazingly. As a whole, this ensemble cast mesh into a breathtaking finale, with each character complimenting each other perfectly.What amazes me about these films is that they were all A-List celebrities in their own rights, yet they don't mind stepping down into a supporting role. It's something that is so rare these days. Seldom do superstars perform in a movie where they take a backseat and play a small role. You wouldn't see Angelina Jolie or Julia Roberts star in a film like this.Overall, I was riveted from start to finish. Death on the Nile is a masterpiece of the mystery genre, and should keep anyone who loves a good 'Whodunnit' extremely entertained. With an ensemble cast to die for, great music, amazing cinematography, and a brilliant story, it's one of the most underrated gems.

Sarah H (ca) wrote: Simon Pegg is hilarious. If you ever wondered what it would be like to be able to absolutely anything, this movie will answer all you questions, and make a joke of it as well.