Curse of the Puppet Master
Robert "Tank" begins to work for Dr. Magrew sculpting a puppet for the Doctor to bring to life using the work of Andre Toulon. Robert begins to fall in love with the Doctors daughter, Jane. Unbeknownst to Robert the Doctor is trying to create a "perfect race" of puppet humans. Jane discovers a "matt puppet" which is from his first assistant. She comes back just in time to see her father, cut up by the puppets, has succeeded in putting a living human, Robert, into the puppet he carved.
- Stars:George Peck, Emily Harrison, Josh Green, Michael Guerin, Michael Sollenberger, Marc Newburger, Scott Boyer, Jason Dean Booher, Robert Donavan, Jason-Shane Scott, William Knight, Patrick Thomas, Ariauna Albright, J.R. Bookwalter,
- Director:David DeCoteau,
- Writer:Neal Marshall Stevens
A scientist attempts to master the art of transferring people's souls into puppets. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Curse of the Puppet Master torrent reviews
(nl) wrote: Against my better judgment I watched this sequel and it was everything bad that I expected. The problem is that a movie that can make fun of itself and still attract all these actors for cameos makes it pretty entertaining. It is still a special effects nightmare, but in a ridiculous and laughable way.
(ca) wrote: Gritty drama starring Eddie Marsan.He's always great in everything.[7/10]
(de) wrote: Peter O'Toole playing out his last days on screen.
(ag) wrote: Interesting idea and change of pace for the franchise - Rear Window with giant cockroaches. That's really all there is to say.
(ru) wrote: This was a great documentary that did a really great job of telling a very compelling story. While at times the story strayed from its main plot it was very well done.
(nl) wrote: Entertaining, quite entertaining, Jerry O'Connell was quite funny and the story was mad, I think. Horatio Sanz made me laugh like crazy.
(mx) wrote: A great addition to the TV series. The final battle between Joker and the McGinnis is fantastic. Must watch if you were a fan of the Batman Beyond series.
(mx) wrote: I like this better than Heidi
(br) wrote: A Culinary Kick-Ass Romp
(ca) wrote: This must be one of the most impressive directorial debuts, Richard Attenborough managing to capture humour, pathos, bawdiness and tragedy in one sprawling, epic and entirely original musical. He wasn't easing himself in gently. The end shot is particularly affecting and the film perfectly summarises the futility of war.
(gb) wrote: want to see this because it won best comedy or musical picture at the golden globes
(gb) wrote: 8.3/10A very fun movie with tons of cheesy 80's acting and action.
(fr) wrote: Unapologetically-crude, Search Party never rises above being just another "Dood Comedy," but parts of it are quite funny. Thumbs up to Garfunkel & Oates for adding their musical stylings to this movie.
(kr) wrote: A movie where I don't really quite know who thought this would be a good idea to make. Jane Hammond (Natalie Portman) seeks the help of her ex-lover Dan Frost (Joel Edgerton) to help her fight a gang of outlaws lead by John Bishop (Ewan McGregor) who seek Jane and her husband Bill (Noah Emmerich). Bill saved Jane from John years back and in the process killed a ton of his men, so John has been searching for the two ever since. The film is pretty predictable and has to have one of the most Hollywood endings I've seen in awhile. I'd say the most interesting person in the film is Edgerton's character and even then his character is never fully developed. Why was he living so close to Jane? Is he a drunk? Why does he decide to help out out of nowhere? This movie had a ton of issues just getting into production and at a certain point it seemed like everyone was just like, "Just shoot it and get it out I don't want anything to do with this anymore." It's a skip overall, it has some good action sequences, but the story and plot is severely lacking.