Good Game

Good Game

Creative and competitive, members of the Evil Geniuses Starcraft 2 team must prove themselves to make the cut in professional video gaming. Good Game follows the team as they discover that one wrong move could end their dreams.

Nine men pursue careers in competitive video games as members of the Evil Geniuses Starcraft 2 Division. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Good Game torrent reviews

Michael M (ca) wrote: This movie is rotten even by Skinemax B-Movie standards. I made it through about 20 minutes before pulling the plug.

Zhanyi J (mx) wrote: Pass on this movie. No character development, no plot, no interesting relationships, no explorations of ideas or emotions. The director ain't Ozu

Ariel V (mx) wrote: Beautiful. Nostalgic. Romantic. Gloom.

hemanth n (br) wrote: Mission Impossible Ghost Protocol is the best of its franchise . It is very thrilling and gripping movie . Tom Cruise stunts were awesome . The plot was good . Tom cruise stunts + Simon Peggs humour + Gripping screenplay & loads of action = MI 4

Bobby L (kr) wrote: Dumb, unbelievable, and fairly retarded.

Rafael F (jp) wrote: Powerful plot and soundtrack. Worthy to watch. But the ending would have been better if it was the alternate.

Gita M (us) wrote: Average -nothing memorable

Jason S (de) wrote: Watched this last night. Such a funny comedy!

Orlok W (br) wrote: Nothing is as it seems in this bizarre, Hitchcockian mystery thriller--Uneven yet compelling!!

Thomas B (es) wrote: Sketch comedy turned into a semi-coherent movie at it's best!

Jacob M (ag) wrote: Its A Great Movie Its One Of My Favorite Movies Of All Time Created By One Of My Favorite Artists Of All Time It Has A Great Story And Great Acting So I Give This Movie A 10/10

Stephen C (ru) wrote: Only Sam Fuller couls deliver a Western like this and leave you entertained Fuller had Been in the Press, and had fought in World War 2. His movies have a tough rough edge which gives them a distinctive Fuller Stamp. Here Rod Steiger plays a southern Renegade who feels he is more at home with Sioux indians rather than the United States.# When he is given the task of escorting a group of calvalry ,including the bad guy he shot (Ralph Meeker) he is forced to make some tough choices . Fuller shows us a side of Indians hardly seen in westerns of this period and Meeker is great as A hissable villian. Fullers films always keep you entertained and this one is no exception

Alex r (au) wrote: Psycho IV is the conclusion to the Norman Bates saga. In this film, we get the back story and why Norman Bates became so demented. I think it's a great idea for a plot, and it is slightly better than part 3 due to that fact. There are some good performances here, and the directing is effective enough to keep you interested from start to finish. The film does have its flaws, but for a Made for TV picture, it's pretty good and it delivers some genuine chills and thrills. Although you can come to expect that by a fourth film in any series, there's a lack of truly great ideas, and though this one offers an origins take on the Psycho franchise, there's still something lacking in the film to really make it memorable. The film is told with the aid of flashbacks and it is well done in that matter and there's plenty to offer for fans of the series. As for me, I've always loved the original, and no sequel will ever top it, but the sequels have managed to elaborate on the character of Norman Bates and it's been quite entertaining. Anthony Perkins is what kept me interested in the sequels and it's no exception for this final entry. As far as I'm concerned, considering that the original is so iconic, the films that followed were pretty good, and departed significantly from the suspense, psychological horror genre and ventured deeper in the Slasher genre. I really enjoyed this film, and Anthony Perkins as usual is phenomenal as the character he established over the course of previous three films. Very entertaining, and underrated, Psycho IV: The Beginning is a very good prequel compared to numerous others that have failed to tell an effective plot. Perkins holds the material together very well with a chilling performance and he manages to play Norman Bates one final time with effective menace and with that said, the film overcomes its many weaknesses