Looney, Looney, Looney Bugs Bunny Movie

Looney, Looney, Looney Bugs Bunny Movie

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Looney, Looney, Looney Bugs Bunny Movie torrent reviews

Peter H (ca) wrote: Intersesting insight to the UK SAS. Action sequenses were a bit weakusing banks that sounded and looked like blanks but the acting 8 out of 10

Tiger L (fr) wrote: Extremely entertaining, action packed, intense, gritty, and way better than the original.

Clara L (ru) wrote: This movie should be shot in the head out in pasture and retired. The concept of an American White Male going to other countries and "white-seeing" not sight-seeing is boring and tired. It is too close to reality than what itss vision is worth.

Andy L (au) wrote: A boy leaves his orphanage and tries to make it in big city Seoul. Finding it hard to make ends meet after he is laid off from a factory job, he turns to working as a rent boy in a host bar, one that the rich boy businessman son of a business executive happens to frequent. A slightly bizarre love story emerges from there. I liked Leesong Hee-il's movie, but I'm kind of wondering why I liked it as much as I did, because I had a big problem with the interactions between the two main characters. Their motivations felt authentic, but the way in which they talked to and acted with each other was so stilted and weird. And it's not that the director can't pull of interactions between people, because I liked everything that was going on between everyone else: between Su-min (the rent boy) and his fellow prostitutes and his pimp; between Jae-min (the rich boy) and his fiance and his mother. But somehow whenever Su-min and Jae-min were dealing with each other, it just didn't feel realistic. Other than that point (which I guess is kind of major...), I quite liked the story and both the actors did a great job in their roles. It might be that I just need to watch it again, but we'll see.

Carlos M (jp) wrote: It is sillier compared to the previous Evil Dead movies and clearly made for a younger audience, but even if it loses steam after a while, it benefits from those moments of hysteria and absurdity that made the second movie so funny, with Bruce Campbell screaming out of control.

James B (br) wrote: One of the darkest and yet strangely beautiful tales of self destruction based on a true story. The soundtrack to this movie features David Bowie at his peak, great acting and in its day unique, the best anti drug movie ever by far.

Hannah D (gb) wrote: This is more of a visually pleasing piece of cinema rather than an interesting story. It's very educational as there are scenes of all kinds of Australian animals. There are a lot of scenes where there is not much speaking, but the beautiful cinematography is enough to hold your attention. The young Jenny Agutter is great and her little brother is sweet.

Christopher B (it) wrote: As a Douglas super-fan I am a little biased but this was great.

Gavin M (de) wrote: One of Pacino's best.

Jackmeat W (jp) wrote: Definitely an experience for true movie fans. The films premise is quite simple:Take a group of elite soldiers to secure a "package" (in this case a woman who is the last fertile woman on the planet) and bring her to be extracted off the planet. Ok, maybe not as simple as it sounds. The ensuing squad get shuffled into a labyrinth of tunnels and underground passageways attempting to avoid the forces that want to stop them. But the horror element kicks in, as now they are trapped underground with "something" that would like nothing more than to have them ALL for lunch. The action is not intense, nor do I believe is it meant to be. This film like no other in recent memory has the claustrophobic feeling of being trapped in tiny spaces, each seemingly smaller then the last. Crawling through tunnel after tunnel to avoid the creature is the main focus (please don't whine about it being slow, the creature just as the humans have to move in the same tiny space, which will lead to it being slow moving). This movie shines, as I mentioned, to true horror movie fans. Not for gore, not for intense action scenes (ala Aliens, I'll get back to that) but for that terrifying feeling of being trapped. The camera work is top notch in making you feel there (to the point that thank whatever g-d you will that this movie was not made in 3-d). Often you almost "feel" like you, too, are stuck in that tunnel, or pipe, etc. This claustrophobic feeling is heightened by the brilliant use of lighting. At no point did I see anything but the flashlights the people were using. So it was what you would see in real life, if it is dark behind a character, you see dark. I found that to be the most interesting part of how the movie was shot and edited. The movie does somewhat plod through scenes and you may get a bit uncomfortable with the pace (or maybe just breathing heavy since you are trapped as well) but to appreciate it for the movie, which I am sure was on a shoestring budget, is well worth it. As my readers know, there will not be spoilers, but there will be a gripe about this, the creature bears striking resemblance to that of Alien, spider like body with the elongated head oozing of, well, whatever they ooze. This is a minor distraction as the point is the escape, and the endurance to do so, the creature just needs to be seen to wrap this one up. Kudos for going out on a limb and giving us something the same that we have seen, but taking one aspect (isolation) and bringing it to a whole new level. I look forward to what the future holds for this director and crew(specifically TANK). Definitely check it out.