Dr. Who and the Daleks

Dr. Who and the Daleks

Scientist Doctor Who accidentally activates his new invention, the Tardis, a time machine disguised as a police telephone box. Doctor Who, his two grand-daughters, and Barbara's boyfriend Ian are transported through time and space to the planet Skaro, where a peaceful race of Thals are under threat of nuclear attack from the planet's other inhabitants: the robotic mutant Daleks. Overview Written by Alexander Lum

An eccentric inventor and his companions travel in his TARDIS to the Planet Skaro and battle the evil menace of the Daleks. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Dr. Who and the Daleks torrent reviews

Quaji I (au) wrote: Great Cinematography.

Paul C (ru) wrote: Not in the same league as the original classic and becuase of that shouldnt be called road trip.

Eliabeth P (fr) wrote: This movie should have been called: "How the cops got Ted Bundy to come clean". The plot BARELY talked about the actual Green River case. I get that it was that case that got Ted Bundy to confess before he was sent to his death, but I was expecting the movie to be about a serial killer who dumped the victims into THE GREEN RIVER, hence the name! Plus the movie dragged out for so long.

Michael T (nl) wrote: Trash about supernatural goings-on in a women's prison.

Kevin T (au) wrote: minus a few melodramatics, a powerhouse film.

Maciej Z (nl) wrote: Just love this movie, could re-watch many times more.

Ben H (ag) wrote: The hip hop documentary is kind of its own genre, and many of them feel like an excuse to let your favorite rapper babble about nothing on camera. Not the case at with 'Death Row.' This is an insightful film about a record label controlled by criminals, how that became part of its marketing, and how the same tactics that brought it to prominence led to its downfall. It features archetypal, almost mythic characters, many of whom are famous, but several who were incredibly influential behind the scenes who enact a classic tragedy, with a power grab against a drug kingpin, then the fallout and eventually the aftermath for its survivors. There's so much going on here and there it raise a lot of questions about race class and America's fascination with crime.

Cayleigh S (kr) wrote: One of my favourite Broomfield films. What can I say, I'm into that kind of documentary

Private U (ag) wrote: This movie is hilarious.

Eriqua P (ru) wrote: The history of the Roma done in a documentary that wove the history, geography and the music BEAUTIFULLY.An amazing musical journey and a rare story told.

Sophia Q (jp) wrote: Typical early 90s film with the same cliched storyline (who falls in love with a guy who forcibly kisses them? Or a girl, for that matter? Erm....). But Aamir & Madhuri made a very sweet pair and the soundtrack is a classic!

Ted C (br) wrote: Admirably unpredictable in spots, although that leads to a bit of a letdown when the predictable ending does arrive. Some of the action sequences remain captivating, while others can't overcome their 75 year old effects. The plot is also pleasantly complicated, justifying the 2 hour running time.

Jarom C (de) wrote: Blew my mind, fo real it's a good one.

Zach O (de) wrote: Fantastic dialogue, extremely atmospheric, well-acted, mysterious, beautifully composed and shot. A perfect film. A classic.

Jack T (kr) wrote: Somehow I feel I would have liked it better if it had gone in a different direction; focused more on the lie and it's implications rather than the personal story of those characters.