The world's most beloved illusionist, armed with his team of oxymoron’s, embark on the freakiest, most adventurous paranormal investigation of all time. Terrorized at every turn by an unexplainable irregular patterns of mysterious paradox’s, this witch-hunting, ghost busting, creature questing supernatural spooftacular is the funniest footage ever found!
- Stars:Andrew Pozza, Liddy Bisanz, Joey Oglesby, Donny Boaz, Devin Bonnée, Philip Marlatt, Tim Ogletree, Liz Waters, Conley Michelle Wehner, Kurt Wehner, Austin James, Brett Houston, B.K-McKee, Andrea Blem, Pat Cassidy,
- Director:Derek Lee Nixon,
- Writer:Andrew Pozza
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Supernatural Activity torrent reviews
(nl) wrote: Max Steel ??- A toy to movie conversion, I expected very little and was entertained. A slow but interesting superpower origin story but lacking any truly compelling investment in the characters and a villain that you will find more annoying than menacing. Good for some Sci-Fi CGI entertainment but leave you with the feeling they held back a bit too much on the CGI budget and opted for more cheep teen drama.
(us) wrote: Great documentary on Ayn Rand. If you you are interested in Ayn Rand, it's a great movie. If you aren't, it will bore you silly.
(de) wrote: During the late 80's-mid 90's there was a big resurgence of film noir influenced films. Just in case you didn't know, the genre's peak was the 1940's through the early 60's and understanding the genre might have some influence on how much you enjoy Red Rock West. Film noir films are often dark, pessimistic, stylistic and often the films deal with fate, corruption, twists and even plot contrivances. Naturally, there have been some variations over the years, but those are a lot of the things you will find in films influenced by film noir. Anyway, Red Rock West is about a loser named Mike who only has 5 dollars to his name and is desperate for a job. On top of that, he is dealing with a leg injury that makes it hard for him to land a job in the line of work he seeks. So, eventually he lands in the town of Red Rock where he stops off for a drink at the local bar. And that's where the real trouble begins. As luck would would have it, the bartender asks if Mike if he is "Lyle" from Texas. Seeing the chance for a job, Mike plays along and passes himself off as Lyle... But what Mike doesn't know is that the bartender Wayne wants his wife killed and is willing to pay thousands to do it. What will Mike do? He has the chance to earn thousands of dollars by simply murdering a stranger. But it's not that easy since Mike is a decent guy. The kind of guy that refuses to take handouts and who refuses the tempting criminal urges that is presented to him earlier in the film. However, the choice to accept the job in the first place means he's destined to alter the lives of people and therefore there will be consequences to his actions. Red Rock West is filled with twists and turns that might seem fresh or predictable depending on how many of these type of films that you've seen. But for those that aren't used to the genre, but warned about the plot contrivances because if you're picky on that type of thing you might be annoyed by this movie. Otherwise, it's a good genre film that's good enough to be entertaining (and even re-watchable) but not original enough to standout as a classic. But as it is, I'd suggest giving it a watch. The performances are really good and carry the film even when some of the twists or turns might not make sense to you. And it's a good turn by Nick Cage who really shines as the unlucky losers with bad luck. 8/10
(nl) wrote: My Cousin Vinny utilizes Joe Pesci's mouthy attitude and Marisa Tomei's brilliant rendition of a New Yorker to create a hilarious court room drama. The film is fueled by a funny script and a ridiculous situation, which to me made it even more likable. This is a classic that shouldn't be missed
(au) wrote: A great Disney live-action movie. It makes me want to live in Maine. It's a bit sexist; a major theme seems to be getting a man with "femininity" (the title of one of the songs). Other than that, it's very endearing.
(it) wrote: For Michael Bay it is one of his better efforts. Of course, that's like saying Waterloo for Napoleon was one of his, as well.
(us) wrote: Ventures into too many uninteresting regardless of its allegories, with only Michelle Williams's performance being the central motive to see the film.
(br) wrote: Wet Hot American Summer packs plenty of laughs and fun moments distributed among its ensemble cast, although it sometimes treads the line of unfunny randomness.
(br) wrote: A twisted tale of a lovers triangle that revolves around lust, lesbianism and bisexuality. Storyline is intriguing but it plays out in a boring manner