Faced with extinction, two park rangers are forced to defend the national park against hordes of rampaging orcs. Ancient and long forgotten, these orcs are unleashed from the depths of the mountains, and they won't stop until we're all dead.
- Stars:Michael Todd Behrens, Austin M. Craig, Tomek Debowski, Stan Ferguson, Renny Grames, Sean Hammond, Barta Heiner, Adam Johnson, Brad Johnson, Jeff Kirkham, Maclain Nelson, Jackie Nico, Clare Niederpruem, Jake Suazo, Kylee Thurman,
- Director:Andrew Black,
- Writer:Anne K. Black, Jason Faller, Kynan Griffin, Justin Partridge
When marauding orcs invade a US National Park, our collective fates lie in the hands of Ranger Cal Robertson and his side-kick, Volunteer Cadet Hobie, who must stop the wave of destruction before the whole world is overrun. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Orcs! torrent reviews
(nl) wrote: Hahaha. Absolutely pathetic. Ridiculous actors Ridiculous characters Ridiculous storyline. So unbelievable and so cheesy and cringeworthy. Spent the whole film frowning at the pathetic mess that it is. Knew it was going to be rubbish within 5 minutes. Dont waste an hour and a half of your life. Please dont !
(jp) wrote: A deep look into one's memories of past events and how much it can affect that person for the rest of his/her life.
(ru) wrote: Fever Pitch was a surprise home run that didn't get robbed.
(ca) wrote: Although this was not a very good film, Jason Alexander was very funny it. The concept was nice and it had a friendly premise, but mainly fun for children to watch it can seem stupid at times to sit and watch a monkey be in control.
(fr) wrote: Sleepaway Camp on the face seems a pretty innocuous sort of slash-fest, it's a typical Friday The 13th knock off, with horrible acting, crappy production values, shoddy cinematography, a meandering pace, unpleasant characters and by the numbers kills.....and then the last two minutes happen, and you are left slack jawed and in a desperate need to turn the damn lights on as quickly as possible and then pick up the bits of your broken mind on the floor. Few films have ever been so validated by their final moments like this film. That last shot is one for the horror history books.
(au) wrote: Give Bergman 5 hours and he will create a Dickensian masterpiece of hope, despair and morality.
(jp) wrote: really strange, but mesmerizing.
(ag) wrote: poor production values and a thin plot hamper this precursor to the much more entertaining "Tremors" with Kevin Bacon almost a decade later. Moralistic bit has a would be rapist getting his junk bit off by subterrainian slug type creature. Honestly, the best thing about this movie is the cover.
(mx) wrote: A must see film ...Cary Grant is perfection!
(ag) wrote: It was okay-I still have a lot of trouble buying Mickey Rooney as some irresistible ladies' man but Judy is amazing and the Gershwin score is tops. I did not really like the finale which has been praised-I thought it was way over the top even for Berkeley.
(ru) wrote: Toy Story is about a child's toys coming to life and doing different things while the child is not around. It's is about a toy named Sheriff Woody who has been the child, Andy's favorite toy, but when Andy get's a new toy, named Buzz Light-Year is given to Andy for his birthday, so Woody get's jealous and tries as hard as he can to get Andy's attention, but doesn't entirely want to hurt Buzz. Woody's reckless actions suddenly get him and Buzz on a wild adventure, and finally putting aside their differences to work together and get back to Andy. I really loved this movie, it was a large part of my childhood and has had a weirdly big effect on my life. It has great voice acting, (Of course it does, it's got Tom Hanks) great graphics for the time it was created, and is emotionally strong as-well. This movie is a great movie for kids and adults alike. My issues with this movie are that sometimes the characters can get a bit annoying and under your skin when they shouldn't be, and during the middle of the movie, it does drag a bit and takes a while to pick it's momentum back up. Great movie over all.