Flame and Citron
A drama centered on two fighters in the Holger Danske World War II resistance group.
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Flame and Citron torrent reviews
Pourya E (gb) wrote: I never though I'd say this but it was refreshing to see Bellucci actually get to perform for once, rather than just appearing as a sex symbol! However the plot was poor and predictable all the way through.
Freeman M (it) wrote: Garbage, even by Universal Soldier standards.
Crystal F (jp) wrote: Well, I thought this movie was very unique, and cool. I like how the movie was made with the far out fantasy scenes when when they wanna be in a different world. Kate Winslet nailed this movie. Both Kate Winslet and Melanie Lynsky are really talented
Jason T (nl) wrote: Well, what can I say. The movie has about 3-6 minutes of plot in it and the dubbing is atrocious, but that's something you get used to if you watch a lot of giallo horror. There were a couple of interesting kills in the film. I'd say for slasher fans this is worth a sit through just for the buzzsaw kill so it's almost worthy of a pass... but not quite.
Kristoffer H (de) wrote: Waters er en mester n det gjelder Badtast og kvalme i filmer, men det kan bli for mye til tider. Men mye morro her.
Alden S (jp) wrote: 9.5 out of 10:Nostalgic, funny, and relatable, American Graffiti provides a smart look at teens in the 60s.
Michael M (mx) wrote: Man. No one really makes anarchic comedies anymore, right? Try to name some made within the last 20 years. The nature of the beast is that these do get dated (See my beloved: FREAKED) but... sigh.. I dunno. We need more comedies like this. And why can't I find another other Ole and Chick films? Huh? Torrent community, help a shitfuck out.
Nicotron Z (au) wrote: I think Earth to Echo was a quite stunning film. The people who think that it's trying to be E.T. are clearly not seeing that this film is a great jump forward in the movie industry. (p.s. it actually made me cry which is very hard to do.)
Luciano G (us) wrote: Herzog's remake of "Nosferatu" is a slow-paced spectacle..... it's gorgeously photographed with an anemic glow, the music is memorable as well.... unfortunately, the acting is either soporific (Kinski), melodramatic (Adjani) or annoying (Roland Topor as Renfield)...there are definitely more rats in this film than any other adaption of Stoker's novel...