Jason Gedrick and a small group of Marines are stranded in the remote Afghan desert. But it ain't the Taliban that's worrying them, it's these giant refugees from Tremors. In fact the big worms prove to be an ally of sorts by doing better against the Taliban than themselves but battling these enemies is something not covered in their training.
- Stars:Jason Gedrick, Tamara Hope, Elias Toufexis, Sebastian Knapp, Michelle Asante, Chris Jarman, Viscreanu Constantin, Duma Iulian, Jonas Khan, Andreea Coscai, Andreea Paduraru, Roman Florentin, Bryan Jardine, Emil Hostina,
- Director:Jeff Renfroe,
- Writer:Raul Inglis
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Sand Serpents torrent reviews
(us) wrote: Acting sucks, "fight" scenes suck and story sucks - Complete waste of time.
(mx) wrote: Not a new favorite. Loved Sam 2 tho :)
(nl) wrote: funny in places. a very strange film thobut a good watch - not a complete waste of an hour n a half!! lol
(gb) wrote: This movie is so interesting because I understand what they went through in a womens prison.
(us) wrote: this is my favorite movie simply because i like movies that women can defend for yourself.
(fr) wrote: Great story, acting, looks amazing and it's funny. Some good horror stuff too.
(ru) wrote: One of the better Power adventure films, well directed and beautifully presented in Technicolor. Maureen O'Hara is her usual fiery self, Tyrone dashing and a supporting cast (Thomas Mitchell, Laird Cregar) that is really too good for this kind of thing, See if you can keep track of how many times they say the word gibbet.
(gb) wrote: Though this movie has been lying around here for a long time (after purchasing it a few years ago from Half Price Books), I had not watched it until this past week. But am glad I did. It's a good love story and actually includes the art world which makes it even more fascinating in my opinioin.
(jp) wrote: "Ever since Chris Farley played in Tommy Boy he was pretty much type-casted into the identical roles which will be entertaining to fans of that type of comedy"*** 1/2 ~For a comedy I give this film a C (Common)
(ca) wrote: A touch disappointing, given the talent involved. Newman is terrific as always, though. The film itself is just too dry, and never really gets off the ground, which is a shame since the story is fairly intriguing and different. Dave Grusin's score almost kills the film outright though - it's just woeful. I'm surprised Pollack didn't really take to the material as well as he should have, but all in all the film feels like it's just 5 years or so too late. It certainly looks and sounds like something from the mid-70s.
(ag) wrote: U can see the chemistry between Elvis and Ann Margot . Great musical with great songs
(ag) wrote: Not how things really happened if you know anything about Billy the Kid, but the movie relied on emotion, gun battles, and slight humor that worked fine for me. The main characters' personalities varied which made them their own and I felt were likeable. This pic had a solid plot with a satisfying ending.
(kr) wrote: Where has this movie been my whole life?!