Laid to Rest

Laid to Rest

A terrifying story of a young girl who wakes up in a casket with a traumatic head injury and no memory of her identity. She quickly realizes she was abducted by a Deranged Serial Murderer and in an isolated rural town she must survive the night and outsmart the technologically inclined killer who is hellbent on finishing what he started.

A young girl wakes up in a casket with a head injury and no idea of who is she. She soon realizes she was the victim of a serial killer and, now are trapped in an remote house in the wood. With all of her effort and cleverness, could she escape from the vicious criminal and find her way to survive? . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Laid to Rest torrent reviews

Lynn B (mx) wrote: Robert Picardo is the ONLY redeeming quality this movie had.

Patrick V (it) wrote: Seriously, why bother?

Tapoti T (fr) wrote: an interesting film - thought provoking in some parts....worth the time...

Nicolai P (ca) wrote: Sucks in almost every way you look at this piece of garbage...

Nikita K (gb) wrote: adorable love story!

Brandon W (au) wrote: I never saw Nick Cannon in any films ever. So when I went to someone's house and saw Drumline, I thought, why not? So after watching it, I didn't knew it was going to be really great. I didn't think I was very interested in a drum film, and it had great drumming scenes. The acting is great, and it's not entirely predictable which is rare for a sport film. The characters are good, and it has some surprises that are effective. It has its share of clichs, but Drumline has a heart and is trying to be an entertaining film which it succeeded at.

Tim S (gb) wrote: Lester (Spacey) and Carolyn (Bening) Burnham are, on the outside, a perfect husband and wife in a perfect house in a perfect neighbourhood. But inside, Lester is slipping deeper and deeper into a hopeless depression. He finally snaps when he becomes infatuated with one of his daughter's friends. Meanwhile, his daughter Jane (Birch) is developing a happy friendship with a shy boy-next-door named Ricky (Bentley), who lives with an abusive father (Cooper).

Kevin L (ru) wrote: Its target audience is definitely for kids, but the contents does not seem to WANT to be for kids

Megan G (kr) wrote: this wuz a pretty good movie, seen at least 2 or 3 times, LOL :)

Sheridan P (mx) wrote: A strange and unattractive film about a strange and unattractive man committing a strange and unattractive act

Mike C (it) wrote: It's not worth picking apart superficial inadequacies because in doing so you'd miss a masterpiece. Emotionally involving (thanks in large part to Kamal Hassan and Sridevi) and has one of the saddest bloody endings I can remember seeing.

The Critic (gb) wrote: Based on the confronting best-selling novel of the same name, this classic coming-of-age tale set against the backdrop of one of Australia's most famous beaches is a thoroughly entertaining and often heartbreakingly realistic depiction of adolescent angst. Our likeable protagonists Debbie and Sue (played with competence and charm by Nell Schofield and Jad Capelja) anchor the proceedings to keep the attention where it should be. Wonderful music contributions written by Tim Finn also adds depth to the unfolding drama.

Sanity Assassin (es) wrote: i love shirley maclaine

Anthony T (ag) wrote: The fact this was based on a true story really gives it the little extra push from just okay to interesting.

King Charles t (ag) wrote: best god damn movie of all time!

Drake T (ag) wrote: Feels like a cheap, almost overly convoluted excuse to watch Superman fly around punching drones and Brainiac in the face. The emotional aspect of SG's subplot is rather contrive as well, never really hitting a true heartfelt moment and almost comes off as a separate movie altogether in wake of Brainiac's threat.If you want to watch Supes punch things hard and explosions, sure, watch it. Frankly I see no merits in the movie other than a sub-par animated action-fest with a "War of the Worlds" cop-out ending.

Ben M (ca) wrote: A movie which is beautifully cast and well acted. Despite being based on a true story, this film still manages to find a way to keep the viewer on the edge of their seats.

Martin T (au) wrote: I wondered at first where all this was leading, but gradually it crept under my skin. Thanks to the performances I just got involved with the characters. By the time everyone goes home, nothing special has "happened". But it's so real and alive that it doesn't matter. And then there's the final monologues. Both are utterly exquisite, beautifully written and perfectly spoken, opening avenues of thought and emotion about life and death. A marvelously subtle and understated film.