A group of martial arts students are en route to an island that supposedly is home to the ghosts of martial artists who have lost their honor. A Hitler lookalike and his gang are running a female slavery operation on the island as well. Soon, the two groups meet and all sorts of crazy things happen which include cannibal monks, piranhas, zombies, and more!
- Category:Action, Adventure, Comedy, Horror
- Stars:Cameron Mitchell, Camille Keaton, Jewel Shepard, Geoffrey Binney, Hope Holiday,
- Country:Philippines, USA
- Director:Edward D. Murphy,
The film centers on a group of martial arts students who decide to have an adventure to an extraordinary island. They confront other group and go through fire and water with cannibal monks, piranhas, zombies. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Raw Force torrent reviews
(de) wrote: Well holy sh*t. That movie was fricken scary and good! I'd watch this movie during the day if you get scared easily. Definitely watch this one!
(it) wrote: Actually quite creepy psychologically! What a great story and so original, finally a great horror movie.
(es) wrote: Doesn't seem interesting.
(gb) wrote: (** 1/2): Thumbs Down
(ca) wrote: Low qualiy B movie...exactly how I like them. Terrible acting, terrible effects, cool story, awesome sound. I almost barfed a few times.
(ru) wrote: I'm sorry i just love the blonde man ahahahahahaha but still a great film!
(ru) wrote: The problem with this movie, aside from the fact that it was horrifically unfunny, was that Chris Elliot played a spoiled rich kid, instead of his usual wacky everyman. Therefore, his character was much harder to sympathize for, and the tragic outcome of non-hilarity had a firm base.
(it) wrote: OUTSTANDING!If you want to learn how to cook French Omlet, I suggest this Movie has the best receipe. I guarantee you will be over joyed! ;)
(br) wrote: Visually wonderful, a 1939 technicolor piece, but oh it is so dated. It is ultimately about how the American settlers were able to displace the native people from their own land, and how unreasonably they were to side with the British who would have given them a chance to save their way of life. And Claudette Colbert, who spends most of the movie, wailing or fainting, is about 20 years too old to play a young bride.
(au) wrote: This is the movie to see if you wondered about the background of the "based on real events" movie "Spotlight". Focusing on a particular priest, Oliver O'Grady, who confessed to molesting both boys and girls, filmmaker Amy Berg examines the effects of his actions by showing us the lives of three of his victims and their families. There is also information about the church hierarchy and its handling of the case, and the evolution of celibacy over time. Not for the faint of heart, but perhaps cathartic for abuse victims and lapsed Catholics.
(mx) wrote: Another Sci-Fi, and another success from my point of view so all is good in the Leonard mind right now. When Bradley Cooper gets writers block and sees his life spiralling out of control in a matter of minutes, he takes up a long lost acquaintances offer of a new drug that will allow him access to utilise 100% of his brain - I mean what could go wrong right? At first, it appears unbelievable as within seconds he is displaying knowledge and reactions he never new he had, allowing him to not only complete his book, but advance his career to the highest level, making millions in minutes. The only catch is that this is only as good as his last drug, so when he's ran out, it's game over - Not only will he lose his incredible thought process, but there's a fair chance he'll lose his life too given the unstable side effects of this new pill. Can he ensure a lifetime supply of happiness, or will it be a case of rags to riches, and riches to RIP? Only time would tell, and the development is quite an enjoyable journey. Wasn't really what I was expecting, but what I got was much better so what a bonus. For me the ending didn't answer all the questions posed, as we're left second guessing how things would ultimately pan out, and as that's the main question on everyone's lips, that's a tad disappointing. It's moderately action packed, avoids being predictable, and is of course well acted throughout so is more than recommendable to those seeking a good old thriller. It won't blow you away, but won't leave you short either. It's also not the greatest message to be putting out there in today's society, by suggesting that some drugs can bring you the ultimate success. Therefore, if there's any youngsters reading this, SAY NO TO DRUGS kids, and don't believe what you see here!
(fr) wrote: A beautiful novel by Patrick Suskind, and the movie does it absolute justice.
(jp) wrote: This movie isn't very challenging or novel, but it's harmless. Kids will enjoy it and parents will be relieved that this isn't nearly as annoying as some other family entertainment options.