Leap: Rise of the Beast
In the near future, the world leaders have given up their power to Vatican City. While most rejoice at the thought of world peace and religious tolerance, Shane Turner and his Leap Crew aren't buying into it. It's not long before they identify the papal power as the Beast of Revelation and speak out against it. In response, the Vatican sets out to hunt down the Leap Crew. The end has begun!
- Stars:Benjamin Baker, Alexander J. Bonds, Matthew A. Clark, Rachel-Ann Fisher, Jon Jordan, Walter Leathers, Kevin Lonam, Charles Michael Rash, Chelsea Raugust, Chris Tempel, Yelena Tsiribko,
- Director:Chris Tempel,
- Writer:Chris Tempel
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Leap: Rise of the Beast torrent reviews
(br) wrote: Hyams and JCVD = the balls. Not their finest collaboration but still a good action flick. Van Damme is off the frickin radar as a vegan drug enforcer who hates guns.
(ru) wrote: ok low budget actioner
(ag) wrote: I love the karoake scene and the love for following your dreams.
(jp) wrote: Is it alright to describe a pile of dog crap as being adorable? I wouldn't imagine that there would ever be a day that I would call any sort of fecal matter adorable, but that was the word that came to mind when I watched Oh-Sung Kwon's bizarre animated short Doggy Poo, which chronicles the lifespan of a dog turd that questions whether or not it has a purpose in life. I was expecting this film to be traditionally animated, but was surprised to see that it was done in stop motion instead. I'm a big fan of stop motion animation, and am disappointed that not too many animators use the style anymore, especially with the advent in computer animation. The animation in Doggy Poo isn't amazing, but it is well enough to get the film's point across. It was a little weird that this pile of poop managed to live for so long. I know that the idea of poop being alive should tell me that this isn't a story that I should bring logic into, but I still found it hard to believe that Doggy Poo could live through the four seasons like it does. At least the various encounters Doggy Poo had with things ranging from a leaf blowing in the wind to a hen and her chicks walking by were adorable... there's the word again... and made me forget the logic problems I had. With each encounter Doggy Poo has with other talking objects or creatures the movie begins to lay on its overall theme that everything in life has a purpose. This idea is such a simple and cliche one these days, but it wasn't as irritating as it could have been. But then again, that might just be due to the fact that the film's central character is a pile of crap. Doggy Poo isn't fantastic movie making, but it is a bizarre enough idea that I find it impossible to hate this film. I highly doubt that anyone will take anything deep and meaningful from the experience, since there are probably a bunch of better movies out there dealing with the "everything has a purpose" motif. But how many other movies out there can have you saying, "That poop is alright!"?
(nl) wrote: Perhaps the biggest crime of "Be Cool" is that it isn't nearly as good as its predecessor "Get Shorty". However, in its favor: a huge cast of all-stars, a witty writing style and characters we fell in love with in the first installment. Vince Vaughn hilariously steals the show from John Travolta (who is still great as Chili Palmer), Uma Thurman & The Rock make great additions and Cedric the Entertainer displays a surprising skill at acting; a better-than-you've-heard film coming from the mind of Elmore Leonard. 11/19/9
(au) wrote: My favorite film of all time. I have watched it at least a hundred times, no exaggeration, and to this day I still am not tired of it. Fantastic film and a must see in my book.
(ru) wrote: This is such a great insight to the world of the film buff and these guys and gal really are the biggest buffs of all, living for the cinema and all things film. Pity it isn't longer as you just don't want it to end. Some comments are rather zany and downright rude to people, that is why 4 stars instead of 5. There must be a lot of footage in the vaults somewhere, I mean they followed thee people around New York for who knows how long!!
(ca) wrote: La ralisation est poustouflante, rellement. En terme d'artiste qubcois, Denis Villeneuve est absolument un matre en la matire, les plans sont incroyables, le rythme successif que crent les images est droutant et le montage est couper le souffle. Mais a s'arrte l.Tout dpend probablement du mode d'humeur dans lequel on est lorsqu'on visionne un film de Villeneuve, mais j'tais trs loin d'avoir envie de regarder des personnes gmir et geindre sur leur sort, s'appuyant sur la fatalit du destin pour excuser leur dboire. Pile le genre de thorie qui contrevient l'humanisme de Sartre.Les acteurs ne sont pas impressionnants outre-mesure, je n'avais rien foutre de ce type d'histoire merdique revu maintes et maintes fois par tous les films du genre (ah, quelle concidence, il recherche la femme qui a tu son pre et en tombe amoureux!), tout juste de quoi en faire un film original sans originalit. De plus, la manire dont l'histoire est raconte est beaucoup trop exagre, c'est tellement risible que a en devient pathtique. Un poisson mort qui raconte une histoire, avec le beau ton de Pierre Lebeau. Wow. voir pour la ralisation phnomnale et si l'on croit que le pauvre petit tre humain fait piti.
(au) wrote: If I touch a burning candle, I can feel no pain. In the ice or in the sun, it's all the same. Yet, I feel my heart is aching, thou it doesn't beat; it's breaking and the pain here that I feel, try and tell me it's not real.
(au) wrote: This was a taut thriller that feature women in the starring roles so ahead of its time I smell remake
(ca) wrote: someone find me a dvd copy of this now! it was perfect for its time.. when I was through I thought I could take down anyone!
(kr) wrote: By far one if my favorite emilio estevez movies except maybe young guns. Hiding in a garbage can? Awesome,.... What not on Netflix!!!??
(br) wrote: Devastatingly bland and uninspired, Elektra, remaining the sole Marvel-comics adaptation I've seen once with no chances of ever revisiting it, is hands down the worst Marvel-based movie ever (yes, and I've seen Howard the Duck, both Ghost Rider films and all four incarnations of Fantastic Four).
(gb) wrote: finally an OK talking animal movie for kids
(jp) wrote: Watched it as a kid...the writers and directors were probably on something to give this a go