Fierce Creatures

Fierce Creatures

Ex-policeman Rollo Lee is sent to run Marwood Zoo, the newly acquired business of a New Zealand tycoon. In order to meet high profit targets and keep the zoo open, Rollo enforces a new 'fierce creatures' policy, whereby only the most impressive and dangerous animals are allowed to remain in the zoo. However, the keepers are less enthusiastic about complying with these demands.

An extraordinary becomes chaos after the zoo director tries to change the system and display only "fierce creatures." What is his conspiracy? and what happens to him? . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Fierce Creatures torrent reviews

Facebook U (nl) wrote: I want to be perfect. I want to look perfect - like I have it altogether. The truth is that I am a beautiful, beloved mess. This movie reminds me of how painful and meaningful vulnerability can be - and how much courage and strength it takes to be honest about my brokenness. I walked away with an even deeper desire to become like this raw, real, broken saint.

Nadja A (it) wrote: Noch lustig und tolle Kung Fu Kampfszenen. Dennoch kommt der Film nicht annhernd an das tolle Original mit Michelle Yeoh heran.

Aleria H (br) wrote: this was a great movie! so much mystery and excitement :)

Giuliana L (nl) wrote: A lovely film (based on the book) that takes place in Paris, about the unlikely relationships between a precocious 11-year old, a surly concierge who is not who she appears to be, and an aging Japanese businessman. Touching, whimsical, and oh-so-French in the best way imaginable. Loved it. Can't wait to read the book now.

Danielle W (ag) wrote: I love the Bubbies maybe be childish but I can't help it :-)

GM W (ru) wrote: Jodie Foster is awesome. Flightplan is an awesome movie.

John B (kr) wrote: There isn't enough in the Ed Burns film canon. The jack of all trades brings his all to his acting roles. Unfortunately he writes his own stinker to muddle through and hiring Bon Jovi as a co-actor doesn't help particularly.

Michelle R (ca) wrote: This movie inspired me to make fry bread. It's worth watching but not a happy theme.Michelle Ress January 2015

Jason A (mx) wrote: A typical film in the "heroic bloodshed" and gunplay genre in Hong Kong, 'Rich and Famous' is one of the myriad of films with Chow Yun Fat as a triad figure of some sort in his post-'A Better Tomorrow' career boost. It is also one of many movies in which he co-stars with the great Andy Lau (God of Gamblers, Infernal Affairs). Alan Tam (pop star and Armor of God alumnus) plays Lau's cousin; heck, even crazy Danny "I believe I'm a cop in real life" Lee drops in for a performance as- you guessed it- a frazzled police officer for a couple of scenes. Despite the DVD cover, this movie is actually about two brothers who are swept into the world of the Triads in 1960s Hong Kong, and then betrayal and a kind of Cain-Abel rivalry develops. I thought this was an okay movie: I've seen worse HK fare, and I've seen far better; Rich and Famous is kind of like watching a Valerie Bertanelli Lifetime movie- you know how things are going to work out and the basic plot. Such is this movie to the Triad-Heroic Bloodshed genre. This is definitely not John Woo action, it's very character-driven and aspires to tell an epic story that spans a decade in less than 1 &1/2 hours. An aspiration at which it unfortunately fails. There was a little to chuckle at in here: the saving the puppy in slow-mo in the rain scene by Chow and his girlfriend was a nice touch; Tam and Lau on the scooter was priceless too. Things start to really unravel film-wise towards the end, there's all sorts of crap: betrayal, weddings, Tam hitting people with metal, and scooter shoot-outs. Being a HK flick, I forgave this silliness, as these movies are often notoriously uneven, both genre-wise and in tone. It's a product of its time- 1980s HK, when everybody wanted to be a cool triad shooting guns in slow mo-, and pedestrian stuff, not raising the bar in any sense; but Chow always looks sweet shooting a gun, does he not?

Matthew S (ru) wrote: Provocative, perverse, profound, controversial, angry and blunt adaptation of Aldous Huxley's The Devils. Interestingly, it has never been more relevant. Profoundly disturbing and unforgettable. It is Vanessa Redgrave's most interesting performance. Let's hope that one day Warner Bros will wise up and allow this film to be fully restored and uncut. In a unique way, this is a cinematic masterpiece that has been relegated to "cult' and 'camp' unjustly.

Raji K (mx) wrote: Oliver Stone presents his epic masterpiece in Alexander. This is what I would have loved to have said, but unfortunately length and just the pacing of this movie keeps it from being great. The movie has excellent sets and costumes, but really just has boring sections, and I was not a fan of the way the battle scenes were shot. Its a shame this movie wasn't better given the scope, but this movie winds up being more of an epic failure.

Brett B (nl) wrote: Just drug fueled fun and mayhem. Love this gonzo film and I feel that the lack of plot is actually part of the story. Its about two drugged out friends who are on a trip to cover a motorcycle race in the early 70's Vegas. Considering the state of the two main characters throughout the movie it doesn't really shock anyone that there is no purpose or goal in general. Basically to just continue the bender and survive without being placed in jail. The real genius of this flick is trying to follow the two's tale while seeing sights through their delusional minds mixed in with the actual state of things. Maybe my favorite of Depps flicks, other than the 9th gate.

dan b (de) wrote: When i was a kid i liked this movie because The Gutte was in it, now i like it despite The Gutte being in it lol .But seriously, is that Liam Neeson's real hair?