When a village is besieged by giant caterpillars, a more horrifying discovery is made in their underground home...a giant flying creature that resembles the prehistoric pterodactyl. Soon after, a second Rodan appears and the two monsters begin to destroy Japan.

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Rodan torrent reviews

Ca M (de) wrote: Leads you down a rabbit hole that you wish you never started.

Grant H (de) wrote: Very good movie. Very cool, very stylish, with great effects and good performances from its cast.

Capsule (es) wrote: The story is interesting.. but the acting is very flat.. brings the scariness down... ??????????????? ?????????????? ??????????? ???????????????????!!! ????????????? ??????????????

Michael O (mx) wrote: Had me rooting for the Friedmans. I swear they look innocent.

Christopher N (ag) wrote: Remarkable film of a remarkable play. The pain of the story is neutralized by the delight of watching this top-flight cast playing off each other.

Sam K (es) wrote: Wasn't THAT awful. But most made for family movies lack any kind of heart. Well maybe not Mrs. Doubtfire..

Al M (nl) wrote: Combat Shock almost feels like Troma is trying to develop a film with meaning and psychological complexity, but it never quite gets there. But Combat Shock ends up just being another brainless exploitation film that actually surfers from a more fundamental flaw than most--it is boring as hell. Between the massacre at the beginning and the killings at the end, the film is nothing more than mindless drama set in the American ghetto that is never moving, horrific, or meaningful. Combat Shock opens like it might bring more significance to the Troma line, but it proves to be nothing more than garbage before the film's credits role just like most of Troma's cheap and worthless films.

Stephen Z (es) wrote: Harrison Ford for President! Joking aside, as one of my favorite actors, it's fun to see Ford take on the role of Commander in Chief in "Air Force One". And though Ford is best known for his action movies, this is not really an action film. "Air Force One" falls somewhere between a drama and a suspense thriller. It's like "The Hunt for Red October", except in the sky.Despite not being a true action film, Harrison Ford's lead performance is exceptional, and after all these years, it's nice to see he is still kicking butt in what little action there is. Likewise, Gary Oldman brings a lot of menace to his character and makes for a great villain.Though some of the effects (especially during the aerial dogfights) are bad, "Air Force One" is an all-around good film. The ending scene is especially cool and clever. It's not a super exciting film, but great performances by Ford and Oldman make it an enjoyable one.

Abdullah A (es) wrote: I have to say this is the best Superman portrayal I've ever seen and a very emotional one too. Really. I was left speechless at the end. This is how Superman is and should be. Towards the end, I was getting emotional. Just for that alone, I'm giving it a 5 out of 5.Now, some may complain that there were too many characters, but THAT'S HOW IT SHOULD BE! Were there beings like this in the world, that's probably how things would go.Also a really great portrayal of Superman as Clark Kent, and fun to see how he switches between the two in some scenes.The animation is well, done, though at times, I felt like the detail was a bit off, and if we were really to hit it home, the animation might've had more of an impact, but that's not taking away anything from the movie for me.Voices were also really well done, especially Superman's, because it makes him seem a lot more like a hero with the gentle, calm voice, and Luthor a vain intelligent evil man (as well as other characters who the read should find out for himself).The interaction between Superman and Lex Luthor when they did happen were also really well done and intriguing.Part of the emotional impact this movie had was the real feeling of heroism you felt from Superman - like I said, how Superman should be. And of course, the ending, which had so many things to it that were emotional, from pretty much every single character in the movie (like seriously! even one of the robots!) So yeah, definite 5/5 from me and the best Superman movie I've ever seen so far.

Rahul J (it) wrote: One of the best dramas I have seen

Paul D (au) wrote: This movie may be a love letter to a long lost moment in time, but there certainly isn't much to it. There are a few laughs to be had, but I can't say it is worth watching. Possibly for die hard fans of Woody Allen only.

Kelsey M (gb) wrote: I randomly picked this film to watch on Netflix and I was absolutely blown away. Even though most of the movie consists of the same two characters, the development of their relationship is what makes this a truly compelling story. I was drawn in from the very beginning. The ending of the movie is highly effective and really ties this story of a relationship stretched to the breaking point to a wonderful, albeit, tragic close.