A wandering warrior finds an unlikely friend in the form of a young dragon. The two develop a close bond, until one day the dragon is snatched away. She then sets out on a relentless quest to reclaim her friend, finding in the end that her quest exacts a far greater price than she had ever imagined.

The film follows a girl named Sintel who is searching for a baby dragon she calls Scales. A flashback reveals that Sintel found Scales with its wing injured and helped care for it, forming ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Sintel torrent reviews

Mike L (jp) wrote: Scenic Route exceeded my expectations. With one location and two actors there's only so much that you think you'd be able to do, but the makers of this film prove that even with little content you can still make something thrilling and inventive. Also, the ending is absolutely bone-chilling and my jaw physically dropped. As an avid movie-watcher, jaw-dropping moments rarely happen for me anymore. Scenic Route is a crowd-pleasing, smartly written character study with commendable performances by Josh Duhamel and Dan Fogler

William M (kr) wrote: A somewhat predictable but very well made movie that had you watching close throughout. Not a high profile movie by any means but one that has you rooting for the main characters.

Colin R (es) wrote: Bare shite... comedy at the worst level

WA B (ca) wrote: This one wasnt half bad! A very good Godzilla film I found the story to be good dragging the first one back into this one this I can say is an all time favorite Godzilla film for me action packed with a good story!

Anna B (au) wrote: This is how you shoot a club scene.

Maymay A (kr) wrote: Though I made a major mistake since it was the first one I saw in the trilogy, I must say that it surely gave a handful of good laughs and it made me want to see more.

Scott R (ag) wrote: So remarkably forgettable, I forget completely what happens in it.

Charles P (fr) wrote: Burn Hollywood Burn is a foolish Hollywood parody with clumsy, transparent gags that are unfunny and lack insight into showbusiness.

Stephen S (jp) wrote: This is a masterful study in neurosis that only Albert Brooks is capable of delivering. By design, moments of it are uncomfortable,. bordering on painful but the humor is memorable and real.

Byron B (it) wrote: nominated for best foreign film by NBR and at the golden globes

Brendan S (it) wrote: Brilliant acting and story line.... scintillating

Edward O (br) wrote: It's a nifty concept but a total bore as a story. Why? Largely because it's pretty much the story of my own boyhood, except in real life my father was an even more extreme alcoholic deadbeat and my mother was even more supportive of my sister and I. So why would I want to watch that all go down again in a movie. I guess to someone with a "normal" upbringing it could pass as a dramatic story but it's still hard for me to appreciate this film as anything more than an ordinary "day in the life" of a person, except again as the gimmick that it's "12 years in the life". The only people I want to watch grow up is my real-life children. Now THAT is special.

Connor S (kr) wrote: If you want a completely generic movie with no redeeming or original ideas, watch this. The plot is about a generic teenager moving to a generic city and goes to a generic school and likes a generic girl and gets in a fight with a generic bad guy with a generic friend that helps him generically beat the bad guy. This is one of the worst movies I have ever seen, Never Back Down is just so unoriginal that it's extremely boring to watch. The fighting is pretty well done, but that can't make up for no character development, awful dialogue, and every clich imaginable.