See No Evil 2

See No Evil 2

See No Evil 2 revives the nightmare of the first film when Jacob Goodnight rises from the dead in the city morgue after his killing spree at the Blackwell hotel. In this ominous, underground locker for the dead, a group of medical students fight to survive as this deranged psychopath once again starts to pick them apart one by one.

At late night, a group of friends pays a visit to the city morgue to surprise Amy on her birthday. But the surprise is on them when the one-eyed corpse of brutal psychopath Jacob Goodnight unexpectedly rises from a cold sub-basement slab... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


See No Evil 2 torrent reviews

Chris E (gb) wrote: Groovy. Interesting change of pace, seemingly slow yet with just the right moves, with enough silences, and details: subtle. Anyone can see it, but it's not for everyone. Art improves life. If you tend to talk all the time and want constant stimulus then you may wish to pass this ride.

Monica M (us) wrote: JIG, I know nothing about Irish dancing but this hooked me at the beginning. It's remarkable to see how you can compare to the characters. You can't ignore the dedication these young characters have for their Passion to Irish dancing their way to WORLDS! Their talent turns into art then it turns into their life. Beautiful movie, and inspiring!

Matt M (ru) wrote: An illegal Mexican immigrant who works hard as a gardener to try and keep his son off the dangers of the street buys a truck that will ensure a greater income. But when the truck is stolen, his son and he set off on a hopeless search, with the dangers of deportation lurking. A worthy modern retelling of the Bicycle Thieves story with a strong lead performance by Bichir.

Damjan R (au) wrote: Engrossing & interesting, 'Rachel Getting Married' transforms the viewer into a fly on the wall of a most dysfunctional family. Anne Hathaway rules the screen as recovering addict Kym, as Jonathan Demme captures every nuance and eye roll that takes place when Kym returns home for the weekend for her sister's wedding. Old demons resurface and nothing gets solved but grievances are aired and amends are attempted. The documentary style camera works wonderfully with the story, which thanks to a no nonsense approach from Jenny Lumet, pulls no punches. Scenes are longer and the actors can flex their muscles, while Demme watches and directs. The length slows the momentum at times and the story does have some repetitiveness, but nothing too detrimental. Recommended, especially for anyone going to a wedding. Try and top this all inclusive and drama filled affair.

Jason M (kr) wrote: A little too artsy fartsy but it looks beautiful.

SagaciousFrank (fr) wrote: 'Gone Baby Gone' is an exceptionally well told story. An adaptation of a novel of the same name (which I haven't read), it tells the story of an investigation into the abduction of a young girl investigated by both the police and an amateur private detective of sorts (Casey Affleck). The first time I saw this, I wasn't all that impressed. Then a couple of years later I watch it again for a second time with the girlfriend (her first time) and loved it. It's like I watched a totally different film the second time around. I hadn't forgotten how it ended, but maybe I was paying attention to the middle. Ben Affleck does an excellent job behind the camera - clearly much more capable at directing and acting - and his younger Casey Affleck clearly benefits from Ben's strong direction, supported by an all superb cast of actors. One not to miss. 4.5/5

Matthew S (au) wrote: I realize I stand very much alone, but I quite enjoyed this movie. It feels like someone slipped some form of drug into the veins of bad action/adventure movie that leaves it both woozy and manic at the same time. It may not offer anything new, but the approach is creative. And like a tweaking party girl, this movie thinks it is a lot smarter than it is. An entertaining cinematic error.

MD D (fr) wrote: Wow! A great performance by Sam Riley! He can even sing like Ian Curtis.

Michael Y (ca) wrote: Good but nightmarish, unsettling story. Well acted.

Ky K (us) wrote: 2046 is visually interesting but with a confusing and not as good story.

Matthew T (nl) wrote: Diverse performance from Farrell with some poiyniant moments. A solid film.

Phillip M (es) wrote: It's your basic coming out/self-discovery story, told ever so simply, but it's done very effectively.The story centres around two teenage boys, their dysfunctional families, and their growing affections for each other. The two boys are Jamie, quiet and bullied, living with his single mother, Sandra, and Ste, popular and athletic, housed with his abusive brother and father. One night, after being beaten up, Sandra finds Ste crying outside their building complex and lets him stay the night. Through the nights spent sharing Jamie's room and bed, the boys realize their feelings for each other are nearly impossible to ignore. However, if word gets out that the two are gay, it's very likely they'll be ostracized by their surroundings.Though Ste and Jamie are the central characters, the supporting characters play a huge role in the movie, not only in furthering the story, but adding comic relief and action. It's really through Jamie's mom, her new boyfriend, and their friend Leah that the movie takes off. They're eccentric characters that really offset the intimate, demure, and relaxed demeanor that is exhibited by Jamie and Ste's story.And although I greatly appreciate the boldness of the three, Jamie and Ste's story, for me at least, is what I focus on. To be honest, the subplots of the movie almost take away from the main story arc. While interesting, they don't really prove to go anywhere.The two most dynamic characters, Sandra and Leah, steal each scene they're in, almost as if it's them who should have a movie dedicated to them (I would definitely watch those, if they ever did have a spinoff). And although that is a largely negative criticism, the central story is just too damn engrossing.The boys' story is presented so intimately. The most personal scenes of the movie are when Jamie and Ste are alone. The scenes in Jamie's bedroom introduce us to their latent feelings and soon directly expose us to their desires. I really appreciate that the most personal of confessions take place where privacy is most important. Their connection is amplified by their isolated settings. For the moment, it seems like only these two people matter, it's almost a violation of their privacy that we're witnessing their sexual awakening.Their story is so damn sweet. The movie is very emotionally arousing, which is why I loved watching what was on the screen. Although the movie has its pitfalls, the emotional connection to these characters was too strong for the movie's flaws to deter me from groaning at all the farcical elements of the movie. I'm certain you could spot the flaws if you watch the movie yourself.The boys are acted perfectly, much like all the characters I should add. But really, Jamie and Ste aren't clichs. Yes, the dysfunctional family situation (single and tough but loving mom, abusive dad etc.) are clichd, but the boys themselves are true teenagers. Real feelings emanate from them. It's amazing what MacDonald was able to get out of Berry and Neal. It's not forced, they're actually very subdued, acting in the moment and not trying to create drama.Another point is that the movie tries to avoid the starkest movie clichs, which is does reasonably well. That's why when I was waiting for the climactic reveal, it never really reached full out drama. Again, the conflict is there, but the way it's presented is not over the top.Quite honestly, the movie isn't perfect, nor would it even qualify as a splendidly written movie. Many things can be fixed, but the acting is amazing and I loved the emotional experience that Beautiful Thing provided me with. It's a sweet, touching story that had me smiling throughout and lamenting with the characters. As a gay themed movie I highly recommend it. It's one of the better ones I've seen. I can't get it off my mind, every time I think about it, I feel compelled to watch it. 10/10 though I sure a perfect score is very debatable.

Pedro S (mx) wrote: Great Action Movie...

Scott M (es) wrote: Another variation on the story of an idealistic teacher who inspires their students.

Byron B (us) wrote: nominated for best picture by NBR

Darren H (es) wrote: More hack than slash.