A circus becomes the location for stolen loot and murder.

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Psycho-Circus torrent reviews

Jacob S (fr) wrote: Perfect!! Absolutely perfect!!

Robert B (ag) wrote: Resurrect Dead is not a bad documentary, but it is underwhelming relative to many of the reviews posted. I was expecting something more entertaining in an X-Files way with more effort put into trying to understand what do these weird signs mean. If it were done that way then that would build more suspense as to who it is and what is their purpose. As it is, the documentary is alright but more for a look into the investigative process of a few amateur sleuths. Really more of a reality TV show than a film.

Andy B (it) wrote: Sept 2008 at Varsity Theater during TIFF. Saw again at Arclight with Steph, Brooke and Beck.

Christopher B (kr) wrote: Literally the worst movie I have ever seen...I could barely watch half of it.

Alfredo S (gb) wrote: It has one moment I did get invested, but Barnyard lacks everything that makes animated films smart.

Frank V (gb) wrote: I like how the movie pointed out some difficulties of being transgender individual. Such as coming out, buying clothes, church, and work.

Jason L (ru) wrote: And this is the other one. Please note: I don't 5 stars to ANYTHING, but I'm givin' it to this.

Jayden C (nl) wrote: really not interested

Kerry M (nl) wrote: Haley Joel Osment is an amazing young actor and I enjoyed the plot in this film and how Albert/Harriet eventually bonded through the help of Bogus, an imaginary friend.

Brandon S (us) wrote: Although Remote isn't anything new, it's a comedy film full of tricks so clever that it outdoes Home Alone and 3 Ninjas. It has more laughs and it's smart. Though the cast does more damage to the film than neutralizing it, Remote is a family-safe ride that's a step ahead of most other films that contain the same formula.

Adrian Z (ru) wrote: Robocop's third outing is so dire that by the mid point it has become a colossal, incoherent bore. Murphy (now played, poorly, by Robert John Burke) now protects a ragtag group of rebels who have been evicted from their homes by OCP, but something is deeply wrong with the plot when the hero spends most of the movie doing nothing while on the fritz. Fans of the first two film will also cry foul at the violence and language being sanitized for younger viewers. Fred Dekker's seemingly incompetent direction (this has to date been his last directing credit) leads to awful performances all round, and dull, poorly executed action scenes and special effects. Robo 3 is as deadly as they come in the world of franchise killers...

Patrick B (us) wrote: This movie correctly diagnoses human society's "crisis of perception," but doesn't offer up any solutions, or even suggestions as to how we might change our world-view rapidly. The politician points out the various problems of legislating a change that big, so what is the answer? Well, the closest we've gotten to a total change in world-view in recent history was during the 1960s, and it had little to do with people understanding systems theory. Backlash against a war made people peaceful, backlash against

Brandi W (kr) wrote: I love Jeffrey Combs, but this just felt like a total disappointment.

Lucas Y (ag) wrote: A tough one to review. There's things I like, but in the end I feel if you took away Kevin Spacey this isn't that great. Andrew Kevin Walker is a sick SOB to be able to put together this script and overall I felt he relied on shock value way too much. David Fincher undoubtedly was the only director who could pull this movie off. The NY underbelly feel is spot on. Pitt and Freeman are great. The ending definitely catches you off guard and keeps you thinking for hours after. In the end I just find it overrated and aged. Definitely not forgettable though.

Crae B (gb) wrote: Dad: 73I remember my Mom took me to see it when I was 12!

Will M (gb) wrote: just watched this for the first time since I was a little kid. So good

Ashley H (es) wrote: 27 Dresses is a disappointing film. It is about a young woman who wrestles with the idea of standing by her sister's side as her sibling marries the man she's secretly in love with. Katherine Heigl and James Marsden give terrible performances. The script is badly written and boring. Anne Fletcher did a horrible job directing this movie. I was not impressed with this motion picture.

Cain L (ag) wrote: What is going on?! should be the subtext of this film. Nothing makes absolutely sense. If you watch this movie your brain might hurt if try to think about the plot.