Paranormal Activity 2

Paranormal Activity 2

Just as Dan and Kristi welcome a newborn baby into their home, a demonic presence begins terrorizing them, tearing apart their perfect world and turning it into an inescapable nightmare. Security cameras capture the torment, making every minute horrifyingly real.

After experiencing what they think are a series of "break-ins", a family sets up security cameras around their home, only to realize that the events unfolding before them are more sinister than they seem. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Paranormal Activity 2 torrent reviews

Millo T (us) wrote: If you do not like 50s musical and dancing movies, not even cinematographical references (and not the songs) can save it-but, maybe, the acting of Emma Stone, or Ryan Gosling apology about jazz.

Paul M (de) wrote: Surprisingly good - didn't think they could make 90 mins about VO work interesting, but there you go.

Stan H (au) wrote: This is one of those "it's so bad, it's fun to watch" movies. One example of many: after the mother escapes from the carjacker, she gets in touch with the police almost as an afterthought, and then is met with skepticism when she gives her account of the carjacking because she somehow neglects to mention that the carjacker is a man who had just robbed a bank the previous day and who is currently the object of a statewide manhunt complete with roadblocks.

Kelly H (br) wrote: This is a documentary about the rise of secrecy in the US government, and the differing attitudes and changing perspectives on the topic. It covers a fair amount of ground from the Supreme Court Precedent to Guantanamo Bay and Abu Graib. It is info packed, and it didn't hook me right off from the start, but it was interesting, and there were some great interviews, especially the JAG lawyer that represented a Guantanamo Bay detainee, and a wackadoodle female CIA agent who was really intense and intensely weird in her interviews. Reminded me of "Why We Fight", which I also enjoyed.

Pedro J (jp) wrote: With a light plot and bad execution of it, My Life in Ruins had potential for more, and probably it would be better as one of those Discover Greece movies.

Anne S (es) wrote: I love this movie to death it is my favorite Christmas movie it's awesome and I met one of the actors who was in it

Andrew M (jp) wrote: Enchanted is imaginative and clever. A movie that starts off animated and then transforms into the real world is brilliant. This movie is fascinating. I would suggest this movie.

Jack P (gb) wrote: Entertaining if a big fan.

Average M (au) wrote: Pretty good movie with a really deep message. Worth checking out!~ Average Movie Guy

Matt M (kr) wrote: The wife of a marine who is arrested for slaughtering innocent civiliansin El Salvador accepts her husband's plea of innocence and sets out to clear his name once and for all. Predictable and poorly directed, though Judd and Freeman make this film watchable.

Gkhan S (jp) wrote: Prff...What an "unlikable" actor that Jason whatever his surname is. Even though this movie had its moments, it just doesn't work when you see that Jason guy speaks out with his Liverpool accent (I may be mistaken about the area). Roger Donaldson had his share of fine thrillers in his heydays, No way Out to name an example. But this flick, I don't see any reason to recommend it to anyone.

Raphael G (de) wrote: The war and city scenes are not as exciting but I get the point. 4, 4,5 stars..

Francesco A (it) wrote: As a long time gambler and dog/horse track goer, this movie is pretty spot on. Funny as hell.

Mark V (mx) wrote: If you have anything bad to say about Maximum Overdrive and your teen years were in the late 80s/early 90s , then you probably were one of the kids that got picked on in school.... And I'm gonna go out on a limb and say this.... You deserved it. Lol

Eric B (br) wrote: Upon hearing "Montenegro"'s thumbnail plot (essentially, "Bored Housewife Gone Wild"), I anticipated writer/director Dusan Makavejev -- creator of the insanely hedonistic "Sweet Movie" and "W.R.: Mysteries of the Organism" -- depicting all sorts of unspeakable debauchery. Given these expectations, "Montenegro" is surprisingly tame. Sure, there is a sex act in a mound of grain, a suggested three-way between unlikely partners, a shocking use of poison, a friendly man with a knife embedded in his forehead and an unforgettable burlesque dance (the girl courts a toy military tank with an "erect" vibrator attached), but otherwise? Appalling table manners are about as bad as it gets. Toss in a contraband pig carcass and a grandfather who thinks he's Buffalo Bill, if you like. Regardless, I doubt the film had any trouble avoiding an "X" rating, even though the story sounds like a classic pornography template.Susan Anspach is Marilyn Jordan, wife of a wealthy but inattentive businessman (Ingmar Bergman stalwart Erland Josephson). Obviously frustrated with a pampered lifestyle where her biggest problem is a lynx coat's excessive shedding, she has been acting out in strange ways. When she spontaneously decides to accompany her husband on a short trip, there is an unexpected security issue and she misses the flight. Detained at the airport, she finds herself bonding with some Yugoslavian gypsies, who end up whisking her away to their odd, isolated compound. The troop's raucous celebrations are a refreshing novelty, and she releases her inhibitions. The results are alternately delightful and disturbing.Bless his warped heart, Makavejev remains cheerfully tasteless and clumsy as a director. The story takes far too long to heat up (about 45 minutes), and the musical score is typically goofy. There are extreme facial closeups, awkward insertions of animal footage (it's, like, metaphorical) and plenty of overacted scenes (particularly in the case of Per Oscarsson's effete psychiatrist). As for time-dated content, we also get two ABBA tunes and some awful '70s perms. Still, the film's ending is so good that you'll forgive most of the earlier mishaps.

Kristin B (mx) wrote: Having grown up during the success of the Alien franchise but being too young to watch the films, going back and watching them now is interesting already knowing so much about the plot. Nonetheless, the original Alien movie holds up, and despite its futuristic setting, it still plays into our basic fears of the unknown and being trapped in a confined space. The cast is excellent, with a particularly kickass but nuanced performance by Sigourney Weaver.

Gregory W (ru) wrote: good kung-fu actioner

Scott W (mx) wrote: Decent minor Universal horror with Lionel Atwill on top form as a mad scientist and Chaney Jr as his hapless victim. Great to see Samuel S. Hinds as well, a great character actor who I always remember as James Stewart's father in It's a Wonderful Life. Director George Waggner would make The Wolf Man with Chaney later the same year.

Larry M (kr) wrote: Bad adaption of The colour out of space.Boris Karloff makes this movie watchable,but fans of Lovecraft will flinch in horror.....

Daniel V (it) wrote: I gave this movie a C+