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Blackbeard torrent reviews

Melisser M (nl) wrote: Apparently I am late to the party, but until I saw this documentary, I had no idea that people flock, in the thousands, to My Little Pony conventions all over the world to join in fellowship with Brony bretheren. This isn't your MLP of the 80?s or 90?s, however. The (mostly) male followers of the new age of My Little Pony love it for its animation, music, and above all, the overall message of friendship and love in the show. I must admit, I still don't really get it, but maybe I'm just getting too old. I really do appreciate the message and the vibe of these Bronies, however, and I think it's a world worth gawking at through this doc.

Walter M (mx) wrote: In "7 Boxes," Victor(Celso Franco) works carting around shoppers' goods in a market when he is not distracted by grade Z thrillers. What also catches his attention is a camera phone his sister Tami(Nelly Davalos) is selling for her friend and co-worker Leti(Katia Garcia) but he sadly lacks the necessary funds. What might help is a single job from Gus(Roberto Cardozo) at a butcher shop that has just recently been paid a visit from the local police. In exchange for the other half of a $100 bill which would easily pay for the cell phone, all Victor has to do is take seven boxes away while waiting for a phone call to tell him where to bring them to. All of which makes Nelson(Victor Sosa), Victor's rival, kind of angry. "7 Boxes" is a fast moving thriller set amongst a thriving market in Paraguay where the workers struggle to earn enough to support themselves and are sometimes desperate enough to do so illegally amongst a police presence that is sometimes underequipped. So, while Victor is a good kid who does the wrong thing, Nelson is not totally evil, despite every bad thing he does, as he has trouble affording the medicine that his child desperately needs.(Healthcare is a continuing theme in the movie, as Leti pretty much works until the last possible moment in her pregnancy.) While the scenario never quite gets totally out of hand despite all the complications, the movie does admittedly have more than its share of contrivances. But it does end on a high note that promises that nothing will ever be the same again, for better or for worse.

Gregory W (ag) wrote: just ok teen mystery

Ben B (de) wrote: Horrible movie. Horrible. I can't even discribe how bad it was.

Ray L (jp) wrote: Stupied, over done but at least you get to see lot's of tit's & nice looking bimbo's

Robert C (gb) wrote: the movie that made my heart beat... not the best movie ever, cheaply made by disney in the less hostile burbs of LA

Wayne Z (au) wrote: Shlocky and shockingly awful but very enjoyable nontheless. I think Joan Cokllins looks great in this, though she doesn't really get to do a helluva lot. Some of the effects contain large mechanical ants, others are ants filmed against a blue screen and super-imposed, other are regular ants just filmed in close up. It's pretty obvious which are which. Has the look of a TV movie from this era, which this reviewer happens to like. Best to leave your brain behind while watching!