Resident Evil: Apocalypse
As the city is locked down under quarantine, Alice joins a small band of elite soldiers, enlisted to rescue the missing daughter of the creator of the mutating T-virus. It's a heart-pounding race against time as the group faces off against hordes of blood- thirsty zombies, stealthy Lickers, mutant canines and the most sinister foe yet.
- Category:Action, Horror, Sci-Fi, Thriller
- Stars:Milla Jovovich, Oded Fehr, Sienna Guillory, Jared Harris, Thomas Kretschmann, Razaaq Adoti, Mike Epps, Zack Ward, Sophie Vavasseur,
- Country:Germany, France, UK, Canada, USA
- Director:Alexander Witt,
Resident Evil is based on the wildly popular video game series. After narrowly escaping the horrors of the underground Hive facility, Alice is quickly thrust back into a war raging above ground between the living and the Undead. Forming an alliance with mercenary-for-hire Carlos Oliviera and his cohorts, this tiny band of survivors seeks out Dr. Charles Ashford, Umbrella's top scientist and one of the only men with the know-how to find a solution to the zombie menace, however, they discover that Ashford's cooperation comes with a price... the scientist's daughter, Angie, is missing, and he'll help Alice and her partners only if Angie is returned to him safe and sound. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Resident Evil: Apocalypse torrent reviews
(mx) wrote: Didn't find this funny at all. Just gross and ridiculous in a strange way not funny way. Blech!
(mx) wrote: This comprehensive and expansive documentary by Martin Scorsese explores possibly the least understood of the Beatles, George Harrison. Often called the "quiet one", Harrison was much much more than that. A smart and funny musician with great wit, a tremendous musical talent, deep spiritual thoughts, and surprisingly quite the temper. This was an informative piece of work, and it moves swiftly despite it's length. Martin Scorsese did a fantastic job with this, and in many ways it feels like a companion piece to the "Beatles Anthology" (many of the interviews of George within this are outtakes or extended interviews he did for that documentary), in a similar way that "Imagine: John Lennon" is sort of a companion (albeit one made prior) focusing on Lennon. I really enjoyed this documentary.
(ru) wrote: I am disappointed - despite couple of good scenes the movie is boring. Parts of the film make no sense, they are not reliable and bring nothing tho the whole conception of the movie.
(mx) wrote: a crappy zombie flick but very gory
(fr) wrote: A second viewing should be required for every Michael Mann film before you're allowed to make a final verdict. So far a second viewing has done me wonders on two Michael Mann films. The first being Blackhat, which I hated after my first watch and now Miami Vice, which I liked after my first watch but not that much. Now I really enjoy both Blackhat and Miami Vice.Miami Vice has got to be one of the coolest movies ever made. Everything is so slick, from the two leads to the outstanding visuals. Even Colin Farrell's mustache is cool as fuck. Seriously though, you could watch this movie on mute and still be impressed by the film because of how great the movie looks. Even if you don't like the content in Mann's films, you cannot deny that each of his films looks incredible.The action might be scarce, but when it hits it hits real hard. That's one of the things I love about Michael Mann, regardless of how long or short one of his action sequences might be; they are all flawless and filmed with precision. The final showdown at the docks is fucking epic and so well done.If there's a Michael Mann film you don't like, I implore you to give it another try. A re-watch can be a beautiful thing. Hell, I recently watched all of Michael Mann's filmography within the past few months. There are still a few of his films, that I will be giving another try within the next few months. I won't be surprised if on end up loving Miami Vice after a third watch (ordered the Blu-Ray last night).Also, it's one of my goals in life to have a mustache like Colin Farrell had in this film. It's legendary.
(gb) wrote: If you're into GITS you gotta watch this one
(de) wrote: 1st act is great, but the movie doesn't really ever go anywhere, much like the protagonist.
(fr) wrote: The script aint much but this popcorn end of the world action ride is well worth taking.
(gb) wrote: fulci the king of gore takes a little break from splatter to jump into the possesion genre not a bad little movie,good sfx
(au) wrote: LOVE IT Manju ji.. madhira peena paap hain
(jp) wrote: A bigfoot-like creature lightly terrorizes the ski slopes in this non-thriller originally made for TV. If you like watching people ski around looking for a monster that almost never appears, this is a great movie!
(ca) wrote: Back in the day...yeppers!!
(es) wrote: Setting the stage for a franchise of action films about British MI6 spy, James Bond, Dr. No comes into the fray with charm and swagger. Unlike other 007 movies, No had a rather paltry one million dollar budget, but managed to make 60 times that in the box office cementing it as a fan favorite, and spawning a legacy that would last nearly five decades and account for 24 films. In this chapter of Bond's adventures, Sean Connery is shipped off to Jamaica, where the station chief has not been returning contact. Upon his arrival, Bond discovers that the chief has been killed and that there seems to be some sort of shady conspiracy afoot. Almost immediately, the action sets off, with agents coming out of the wood work trying to get the jump on our hero, who always manages to fight them off using some rather slapstick looking fighting moves. Eventually, Bond meets a local by the name of Quarrel, and together they attempt to travel to a nearby island that the locals are afraid of, in an effort to track down the reclusive Dr. No, and ask him about what has happened to the station chief. Dr. No establishes many of the tropes found in later installments of the series: the iconic James Bond Theme, car chases, daring escapes, trained foot soldiers, beautiful women that assist Bond, intelligent and powerful super villains, secret bases, wise cracking one liners, and a comedic relief buddy for the hero. The production of Dr. No was overseen by 007 creator Ian Fleming, and the location of the shoot for the film was near his Goldeneye estate in Jamaica. Perhaps due to its low budget, Dr. No has an alluring charm that few other films in the series were able to match. The story and motivations of Connery seem much more grounded in reality, even when accounting for the over-the-top motivations of No. The action is pretty poorly executed in that Star Trek sort of way, but it's still entertaining and keeps you engaged. If anything the film serves to remind you that action is there to facilitate the story, and not the other way around. TL;DR - 8/10 Dr. No isn't talked about much when people make lists of the greatest Bond films, and that's a bloody shame. The film is a brilliant start to the series, and is boosted by its low-budget charm and the efforts of the cast and crew to pull off a brilliant film. Not only a must-see for anyone who likes the franchise, but also a must see for anyone that enjoys the spy/action genres.
(mx) wrote: A true classic from start to finish....It's worth adding to your collection.
(nl) wrote: This movie is great. I can watch it over and over
(nl) wrote: I didn't know how I felt about this at 1st, but I really love this movie. It grew on me.
(de) wrote: A riot indeed, lotsa stars, action, dinosaurs and more make for alot of laffs.