Save the Green Planet!

Save the Green Planet!

A traumatized young man abducts Korean leaders, believing they're toxic reptilian aliens - a fifth column launching a takeover of beloved Earth. Stumped law enforcement geniuses half-seriously hire a disgraced, disheveled private detective with a long-ago history of super-crime solving. The alienated South Korean youngster Lee Byeong-gu builds an isolated basement command post/torture chamber/film studio to force the awful truth out of the slimy, uncooperative politicians and businesspeople, then alert the public. Byeong-gu is helped by his devoted girlfriend, who buys his theories, but wonders if his horrible childhood has colored his thinking.

Byeong-gu believes that the world is on the verge of an alien invasion, and sets out to save the world. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Save the Green Planet! torrent reviews

Logan S (jp) wrote: It is well paced and a great adaptation from a TV show to a movie the best I seen

Kyle L (it) wrote: Wrong Turn 6 is another impressive installment in the Wrong Turn films and although it is very different to the previous films nevertheless it is a major improvement over the third, fourth and fifth films in this blood drenched, carnage series and it is the third best Wrong Turn film along with the first two. Wrong Turn 6: Last Resort is about a young man name Danny along with his girlfriend and friends who goes to a hotel known as Hobb Springs located in the West Virginia Hills. The hotel is being looked after by caretakers Jackson and Sally who are loving and calm couples. They soon introduce Danny to the long lost family he never knew and soon Danny is forced to make a lot of choices either he stays with his friends or stay with his family to keep the family bloodline running. To be honest I prefer this film over Wrong Turn 3-5 since its no longer in the hands of Declan O'Brien (who directed the abysmal and awful Wrong Turn 3 and almost ruined the series when he became the director after Wrong Turn 2 director Joe Lynch left) and it is instead directed by Bulgarian director Valeri Millev with the screenplay written by Frank H. Woodward although at least O'Brien managed to save the series when he did Wrong Turn 4 and 5 because both films are better than Wrong Turn 3 but far from being as good as the first two. Anyways let's get on with the review. What makes Wrong Turn 6 a good film is that the movie is extremely different from start to finish. The movie's tone and themes are seriously darker than the previous films and rather than going to the lame torture territory like Hostel Wrong Turn 6 goes into a completely different direction in which the film relies heavily more on taboo and ancient rituals and the film turns into an exploitation film than the previous films and at one point it worked since the third, fourth and fifth films go into the over the top direction. One of the other good things about Wrong Turn 6 is that the film's plot is very intriguing and similar to Texas Chainsaw 3D whereas Texas Chainsaw 3D failed Wrong Turn 6 worked well and I love this type of story a bit more than most Horror films now a days and I have to admit this is a guilty pleasure film that is worth a look. The other things I like about this film is that the movie's setting si amazing and I love the design of the Hobb Springs hotel and it gives the film a grim and gritty feeling. On the other hand our three favorite cannibals (Three Fingers, Saw Tooth and One Eye) are extremely vicious and more menacing than before and they're almost like in the original Wrong Turn since in Wrong Turn 4-5 they are both on the playful and sadistic side then in Wrong Turn 6 they are smart, wicked, mean, sadistic, vicious and menacing than before. The other good things about Wrong Turn 6 is that the film also has loads of kills that are gory, sadistic, extremely violent and hardcore in the brutality (The suspenceful opening kill sequence, old lady getting thrown with an axe, the ritualistic throat slashing sequence, the key stabbing scene and the brutal and graphic climax) and I love how the film relies heavily more on practical effects and less on CGI and every kill looks extremely realistic and painful to watch and it really gives the film an exploitative feeling. While the last things I like about this film is that the movie acts as a stand alone prequel to the original Wrong Turn since the plot is not related to the fourth and fifth films this movie instead stands on its own and is darker than the previous Wrong Turn films and it also shows proof that the Wrong Turn series is back on its feet with a new director and screenwriter and it even gives the film a fresh look and feel something that was absent in the series for a long time when Declan O'Brien took over as director on Wrong Turn 3-5. Now the acing is great we don't get to see much known actors and actresses in this installment but all of them are great with their performances for a rookie casts and the acting is even better than in Wrong Turn 3-5. Director Valeri Millev did a good job in refreshing the Wrong Turn films and he managed to turn Frank H. Woodward's screenplay into a darker and more exploitative installment in the Wrong Turn films something that was never done in the previous films before and I love how Valeri Millev managed to replace Declan O'Brien on the sixth Wrong Turn film its about time the series need a fresh new look after Wrong 4 and 5 goes into the playful side and Wrong Turn 3 going into an awful Syfy direction I wonder what happened to Valeri Millev's first Horror film Re-Kill it never showed at all in cinemas or got a DVD release date I'm hoping that his first film will have a release date since I only saw Millev's work on this film. Overall Wrong Turn 6: Last Resort is the third best in the Wrong Turn films and it is inline with the first and second films beating the third, fourth and fifth films in this blood drenched, carnage series. This movie gets a 9.6/10. I'll be doing new reviews on Wrong Turn 4 and 5 soon people.

Paula G (au) wrote: finally got to see this movie! awesome

Jonathan S (ag) wrote: Hideous. Hideous. Hideous. And nasty.

yana m (br) wrote: phir bhi dil hai hindustani! phir bhi dil hai hindustani!

Steve W (jp) wrote: A very good well acted thriller.

Emily B (it) wrote: fabulous at parts, but could have been so much better considering the subject matter. i was literally falling asleep at parts and theni would almost miss a really amazing scene. it's still worth watching just to see how crazy the anti-gay laws used to be.

Cody C (ag) wrote: bad, but the song is good and there are a coupe memorable lines. but not really worth watching unless you've exhausted better ninja movie options.

James H (gb) wrote: 65/100. Jeff Bridges is terrific and very convincing in the lead role. The story has very uneven pacing and jumps around through various subplots a little too often. Good supporting cast and the theme song by Jim Croce was a big hit at the time. Really well edited and the cinematography is quite good. It's a good film, just isn't as thrilling as it could have been.

Joe S (ru) wrote: The movie is not strong enought to carry the gimmack

Benjamin S (es) wrote: This movie revue has some nice moments, but many of the vignettes are dull and slow the films pace to a halt. Best moments are Judy Garland, Fred Astaire and Gene Kelly's dance number (their only movie where they dance together) and the glamorous opening. The only highlighted vignette is with Fanny Brice and Hume Cronyn. On the big screen it probably looked amazing, but as a film it falls flat.

Chris C (mx) wrote: A fun action flick. Too bad the producers pegged this to the board game. The only connection to the game is the "hunt

Joseph D (de) wrote: Now that's how to wrap up a franchise!

Rob R (fr) wrote: The Conjuring (2013)A modern horror classic. It's not that frightening for experienced horror fans, but it's a structurally exceptional film thanks to great pacing and devoted direction from James Wan. Based on the true story of a haunted farmhouse in 1971 Rhode Island, paranormal investigators Ed and Lorraine Warren document the haunting of the Perron family through their experience and trust within the Catholic Church. The Conjuring is unique because it revolves around real people, The Warren's, and the telling of their story and the story of this haunting. It's a slow-building thriller at first, with brilliant use of audio to conjure up scares, see what I did there? No, but seriously, Wan uses sound to create creepy scares throughout his films, and it's used so effectively in The Conjuring. The scares come often towards the second and third acts, mostly due to Wan's creative direction and strong acting. As one of the highest grossing horror films of all time, it could be compared to this generations, The Exorcist. James Wan has been an excellent contributor in bringing the horror genre back to life. A-