Hansel & Gretel: Witch Hunters
After getting a taste for blood as children, Hansel and Gretel have become the ultimate vigilantes, hell-bent on retribution. Now, unbeknownst to them, Hansel and Gretel have become the hunted, and must face an evil far greater than witches... their past.
Based on the Grimm’s fairy tale, film talks about Hansel and Gretel - 2 siblings are captured by a witch named Lilith after their father left them alone in the wood. The consternation that they have witnessed obsesses them very much. Many years, they become professional witch hunter. However, when “Blood Moon” is coming, the dark part lying inside them are ready to rise up. How do Hansel and Gretel react? . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Hansel & Gretel: Witch Hunters torrent reviews
(de) wrote: Great emotional drama with three phenomenal performances from Del toro, Pean and Watts.
(fr) wrote: One of the least "scandalous" Waters films, though very fun to watch; has his usual campy humor.
(de) wrote: Hmmm a chance to see Alyssa Milano in swimwear? Count me in
(us) wrote: I have to say that the overall pacing of this one was a bit wonky for my personal tastes, but I did enjoy the over the top violence of citizens fighting back against gangs who threaten to take over their neighborhoods.Well worth a look for fans of the revenge drama genre.Recommended.
(de) wrote: The "at-first-we-don't-like-each-other-but-then-we-do" story is sweet but nothing special
(gb) wrote: Well acted, decent movie, a little predictable. Robin did a nice job.
(ag) wrote: Fantastic Four (2005) C-106m. BOMB D: Tim Story. Ioan Gruffudd, Michael Chiklis, Chris Evans, Jessica Alba. Inauspicious adaptation of familiar Stan Lee/ Jack Kirby superhero comic books with familiar character competitions, one-liners, evil masterminds. Nothing escapes heavy-handedness. Definitely one time you should read the comics instead. You know something's wrong when a film makes Jessica Alba invisible. "Extended edition" runs 125m. Sequel: FANTASTIC 4: RISE OF THE SILVER SURFER.
(us) wrote: If nailing tragedy onscreen is tough, then comedy is rock-hard. Yet Preston Sturges could handle the seismic shifts between the lightweight comedic and the unbearably tragic like few others. He's also one of the first writer-directors in an era in which the two - like singing and songwriting - were exclusively different vocations. "Sullivan's Travels" may be his greatest movie (vying with the immaculate likes of "The Lady Eve" and "The Great McGinty") and showcases his panoptic talents for screwball comedy, socially conscious sincerity, and lightning-paced repartee. Star Joel McCrea is John L. Sullivan, a movie director with itchy feet who - like Swift's Gulliver - is off on a voyage, both in literal terms, and in the terms of self-discovery. McCrea was one of the most prolific of Hollywood's stalwarts (appearing in over 90 films in 50 years), yet even he turned down the chance to work with his "Sullivan's Travels" leading lady again. To wit: "Life is too short to make two movies with Veronica Lake."