Real Fiction

Real Fiction

A repressed artists receives ritual abuse from those who pass him as he paints portraits in the park. Gradually becoming more frustrated, anger builds up within the artist, leading him to embark upon a quest to gain revenge on all those who have humiliated him.

The film follows a South Korean artist as he systematically seeks out, and then guns down his real or imagined enemies. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Real Fiction torrent reviews

De D (br) wrote: Archi nul , aucun intrt

Twins S (ag) wrote: Picks up right after the end of the first movie..and leads you with a series of intertwined twists and shocking revelations to the end of the series. Very much enjoyed it..

Aaron M (ru) wrote: This is the definition of average. Only credit due is for the persuasion in getting these bunch of actors in on this terrible screenplay, there was talent yet a complete mix match of stars. I remember the books being okay for there age range and I suppose this too, does work for a kids James Bond movie. Critically though there was so much wrong with this attempt of an action movie. The way it was choreographed signals the intent on following its source and targeting the younger audience. Which is fine but for what it is, its complete tripe. Really is no wonder why they never continued to screen the rest of the series of books, good decision. Lost points for the absolute farce of an ending too.

Hannah H (it) wrote: A lot of people say that of all the movies that shed light on how mean girls can be, this one is the most realistic. I would have to say that I completely disagree. Being a girl myself and having my fair share of cat fights, I know that girls can be absolutely dreadful... but this movie is WAY over the top. The mean girls in this movie were not so much mean, but evil. They went through an absurd amount of trouble to make the main character's life a living hell, doing things normal girls simply just wouldn't do. It was like one thing after the other, and everything was much too intricately planned out. Girls are not evil masterminds, they're just catty bitches. They wouldn't create .GIFS about how fat you are, they would just talk about you behind your back. And I don't care how mean-spirited they can be, it almost never goes as far as portrayed in the movie. I was actually kind of offended at how stereotypical the characters were. Basically, you can make the school hallways as dimly lit as possible, but high school just really isn't that dark and hellish. Don't take this movie too seriously.

Emiley A (br) wrote: It is sooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo funny! You will need tissues.......from so much laughter

Martin D (us) wrote: No Escape, released in some territories as Escape from Absolom is a 1994 action/science fiction film shot in Queensland starring Ray Liotta, Lance Henriksen, Stuart Wilson and Kevin Dillon.It is the story of a former American Marine serving life imprisonment on an island inhabited by savage and cannibalistic prisoners for killing his commanding officer, the commandant of a Benghazi (Libya) military base, in 2011.The movie was directed by Martin Campbell, and was based on 1987's The Penal Colony by Richard Herley.In the 21st century (film taking place in 2022), the penal system is now run by corporations, with prisoners seen as corporate assets.An ex-marine of the Force Recon named John Robbins is imprisoned for life for the murder of his commanding officer, after a shady military operation in Benghazi (Libya) in 2011. An event that still haunts Robbins more than a decade later.Robbins had escaped from two "level 5" maximum security prisons so he has now been imprisoned in a "level 6" facility run by the (unnamed) warden. After the Warden reviews his file and meets him face to face, Robbins is thrown in a cell, where a fellow prisoner offers him food, and hastily tells him about "Absolom" [sic], an island where they send the worst prisoners, and which is far more feared than the facility. A place where Robbins is finally sent to by the warden who quickly sees in him an untamable prisoner.After being dropped off by gunship (a Kamov Ka-27 'Helix'), Robbins is captured by the 'Outsiders', who are led by a sociopath called Marek. The island had been previously been a private retreat as there are ramshackle structures including a dilapidated house and a swimming pool which is where the Outsiders have made their base. Marek informs Robbins that the average life expectancy of a prisoner is six months but he had been there for seven years and then insists he fight one of his men for his amusement. Robbins impresses them by killing the opponent and Marek offers Robbins a position within his gang, in response to which Robbins knocks Marek into a pool and steals a rocket launcher that Marek carries. He flees from the Outsiders and is pursued through the jungle, avoiding crude mantraps. However he ends up trapped at the edge of a high cliff and is shot in the neck by a blowgun dart. He falls into the river at the cliff's base, washes up on some rocks and retrieved by another group, the 'Insiders.'At the Insider's camp which is on the edge of the jungle with their backs to the ocean, he meets the Insiders (including Hawkins, Stephano, Casey, Killian, King and Dysart) led by a man who calls himself 'The Father.' The Father put together a co-operative community with laws as opposed to the tyranny of the Outsiders. The Insiders total around 100 citizens while the various Outsider groups total 600. Robbins learns that he is the only person to have ever challenged and escape from Marek and that the weapon he stole has been appropriated for the good of the community. The Father notes his resourcefulness and asks if Robbins will join him. He refuses and says he wants to leave Absolom, and The Father orders to Robbins to be taken to the shore where he learns from the men that there are gunships 50 miles off the coast and that they are closely electronically monitored by satellite infrared equipment.Nevertheless, Robbins will try to make his escape from Absolom, even if he has to fight all the gangs of Outsiders led by Marek in the process.

Jonathan L (ca) wrote: excellent acting, Pryor's best performance by far

Brandon R (fr) wrote: Not enough Wesley Snipes ass kicking to save this film.

Jessica F (br) wrote: What a nice way to spend an evening. Very enjoyable.

Tim S (jp) wrote: The B movie fest continues for me as I take a look at one of Dennis Hopper's early leading roles in Night Tide, a movie about a sailor falling in love with a beautiful but mysterious young woman who's past may come back to haunt him. That's a pretty goofy description, I know, but it's an accurate one. It's not a bad film, per se, just filled with a lot of unnecessary dialogue and a few cheesy moments. The structure of the thing is very good, and makes up for most of its shortcomings. I find the film fascinating as it feels very homoerotic at times, which I'm not exactly sure how much is picked up on by other people. I'm not sure if it was intentional, but it's there if you look for it. The mystery aspect works pretty well and feels genuine, throwing you for a nice loop at the end - although I realized what was going on in the story early on. It's not a perfect movie, but certainly deserves the cult following that it has.