Terminal Island

Terminal Island

In the wake of a Supreme Court decision to outlaw the death penalty, California passes an initiative that designates San Bruno island as a dumping spot for first-degree murder convicts, free to do what they like except leave. The main camp of convicts is controlled by the tyrannical Bobby, who rules with an iron hand, and the women are used as sex slaves. A.J. and a group of more free-minded murderers have escaped and gone into hiding. When A.J. and his men liberate the women from Bobby's custody, tensions mount to an all-out confrontation for control of the island.

It's every man and woman for himself on an island where convicted murderers are dumped, rather than kept in prison. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Terminal Island torrent reviews

Amy H (mx) wrote: Funny and entertaining cartoon

John A (us) wrote: Detective Jack Verdon (Ray Liotta), Is In Over His Head As Everyone Who Ends Up Dead Is An Ex-Girlfriend Of His. This Is A Nice Paced Crime Thriller As Verdon Searches For The Killer With The Help Of An FBI Agent (Christian Slater) & His Captain (Ving Rhames). Originally Titled "River Sorrow", The River Murders Is A Very Enjoyable Crime Thriller, With Great Performances From The Main Cast.

John M (nl) wrote: Nasty, nasty - some creative ideas, but not enough to stretch to feature length, it all felt half-written. Promised way more than it delivered. Even the gore was too tightly rationed. Did like the ultimate comeback from Kristy, though: "You might want to put something on that."

Bertrand B (it) wrote: I asked myself; How do you make a movie with Vikings non-bloody and Universal?Here it is Asterix and the Vikings. A wonderful blend of humour, romance and advanture.Obelix seems to be more straight thinking person rather than Asterix in this one. Some moments were true to the comics.I really enjoyed watching the Romans getting their encampment ravaged by just a handful of Gauls. lol!Now the Vikings were tougher than the Romans but not by much.I would recommend this movie to any comic person who would like to get in touch with their inner child.By the way awesome graphics, interesting story (didn't get up to take a leak!), loveable characters and a hot little redhead Viking....

Linda F (ru) wrote: Two Thumbs Up Ebert And Roper

Courtney J (fr) wrote: I personally love this movie from when I was younger, but re watching it now I can see why it got bad reviews. Very silly and odd

Scott W (gb) wrote: Surprisingly hilarious movie about a movie shoot gone horribly wrong. Steve Buscemi is amazing in this and one scene in particular had me howling. Very underrated, check it out!

Crystal A (mx) wrote: I love a good tear jerker.

Khayra B (br) wrote: So funny and adorable! Love it!

Chris W (es) wrote: For reasons I don't feel like listing, I think it's fair enough to say that, while this COULD be called a blaxploitation film, it's not really necessary to. I see it as just a decent western, Set in the Kansas Territory in the late 1860s, this was Sidney Poitier's directorial debut, and he also stars as Buck- an ex-Union army soldier scouting out locations for former slaves who want to settle out West. He reluctantly teams up with a Preacher (Harry Belafonte) who is actually a con man, to fight off the villainous DeShay, an ex-Confederate soldier trying to force the former slaves back into a life of servitude in Louisiana. It's a pretty straight forward tale, but it score points for being revisionist, and not completely in a wish fulfillment way. It's reasonably well paced, there's some decent action, and I enjoyed the concept. The music was okay, but could have been better. Poitier is fine, and it's good seeing him branch out from his more dignified roles. Belafonte is an absolute delight, and I like Ruby Dee as Buck's wife as well. The film could have done a little more in terms of development, but we get just enough to keep things from being totally pointless. Give this one a look. It's not the best, but it's pretty decent, and worthy of more attention.

Christina M (au) wrote: A great movie that delivers a positive message of hope while tackling social issues such as perceptions of people with disabilities, alcoholism, and drunk driving. Everybody needs to see this movie.