Terminator 3: Rise Of The Machines
It's been 10 years since John Connor saved Earth from Judgment Day, and he's now living under the radar, steering clear of using anything Skynet can trace. That is, until he encounters T-X, a robotic assassin ordered to finish what T-1000 started. Good thing Connor's former nemesis, the Terminator, is back to aid the now-adult Connor … just like he promised.
A cybernetic warrior from a post-apocalyptic future travels back in time to protect a 19-year old drifter and his future wife from a most advanced robotic assassin and to ensure they both survive a nuclear attack. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Terminator 3: Rise Of The Machines torrent reviews
(de) wrote: So stupid it was exually not too bad !
(jp) wrote: Light, messy and enjoyable.
(br) wrote: Wonderful story, very inspiring & reminds you that there is always someone who has your back, an it is usually the person you my least expect it. I loved how after watching this film I was left with (yes what I'm about to say it way corny!!) a very uplifted..
(kr) wrote: Had a lot of the typical elements in a teen type movie, but the were arranged and set up in the right way. I felt like some parts of the dialogue wasn't too good, but most of it was good. The acting was good, had a great flow to it, and had an indie feel but also seemed well done.
(ca) wrote: loved it... it made me hungry in a lot of spots.
(us) wrote: The coolest and coldest road movie you're likely to see. A story that comes close to be a fantasy, but its the vivid scenery of Iceland in the wintertime that makes this into a remarkable film.
(gb) wrote: A decent enough Norris movie, and very nostalgic of the 80's to the point that I'm wondering if Norris has a mullet. I've missed Chuck Norris.
(kr) wrote: One of the best movies of my childhood
(br) wrote: It's no good, it's too big
(kr) wrote: Watching this movie is like being at a social gathering where there is just one person who will not shut up about themselves and has an opinion on everything. I don't know. The real MacArthur may have been like this. I never met the man. But after seeing this movie, I wouldn't want to. Gregory Peck's performance is Peck portraying MacArthur with his deep baritone voice. According to this movie, MacArthur won WWII all by himself. It wasn't the other generals and admirals working together. The last 30 minutes of this movie is nothing more than MacArthur whining about how Truman, a civilian, is calling the shots. That's the way our country works, Big Mac. By the time, Peck gives MacArthur's "just fade away" speech at West Point at the end, I wished my memory of this movie would just fade away. Something tells me that Hollywood producers say the success of "Patton" and decided to make this movie. Lightning does strike twice. I liked "Patton," I can't stand "MacArthur."
(it) wrote: The movie's attempt at scares weren't working for me, so I tried focusing on the beautiful cast members. I have celebrity crushes on three of them and unfortunately, they're the first ones to get axed. So, I tried focusing on the black humor, and there wasn't a whole lot of it but when it went for camp it worked surprisingly well. The best gag in the film is what the killer himself looks like. I swear it was one of the White Chicks from the Wayans Brothers travesty, White Chicks. Personally, I don't think there's enough in this movie that works to make it worth even a rental.
(nl) wrote: Con: Go on a killing spree, the guys didn't even kill anyone. One less woman and this movie wpuld be renamed Chain Gang Woman because it would no longer be plural it would be singular. The guy rapes his buddies girlfriend, how charming, as well as some 25 year old that's supposed to be playing a seventeen year old. Shot in Georgia my ass, this is the San Fernando Valley if I have ever seen it. Pro: Good Music. Like any grindhouse flick it just doesn't make sense, but who cares its got tits, guns, and some old Honda esque motor scooter thing. Only 85 minutes long.
(fr) wrote: This early comedy from Woody Allen has many of his hallmark trademarks - clever dialogue, sight gags, and slapstick comedy. It also has Howard Cosell and a cameo from a young Sylvester Stallone. There is political satire - Cosell broadcasting an assassination as if it were a sporting event, J. Edgar Hoover "appearing" at a trial as an African-American woman, and a woman capturing the conservative views of the radical left so perfectly when she says in a sugary tone, "Differences of opinion should be tolerated, but not when they're too different. Then he becomes a subversive mother." But mostly it's a screwball comedy, one that for me was most interesting in the desperate relationship Allen's character, Fielding Mellish, has with a political activist (played by Louise Lasser), with her pointing out all of his shortcomings, always in such a nice tone. An example while they were breaking up - Him: "How am I immature?" Her: "Well, emotionally, sexually, and intellectually." Him: "Yeah but what other ways?" I'm sure you can just hear that in Allen's whiny, neurotic voice. This movie is not his best, but it's smart and was ahead of its time, and it's still entertaining decades later. Oh, last point - I also loved how Allen put the conservative 'National Review' in a row of pornographic magazines. :)
(ag) wrote: Very Goddard-like yet very American.
(nl) wrote: lol. talk about low budget. this film is somehow exciting all the way through. but the camera work is too static. everything feels very staged.movie shows quality due to mario bava. oh, and talk about an ending. impressive. plus, inspiration for 'alien', anyone?
(br) wrote: It's always a pity when a notoriously bad film turns out to be just not bad enough to be hilarious. But this '55 film with the awesome title stil has plenty of noteworthy scenes & dialogues such as:Dr. Chet Walker: [after his wife has asked if it is all right to leave their 6 year old daughter playing alone outside while monsters are murdering people in the streets] There seems to be some sort of definite pattern. Can't put my finger on it, but I do know that Hennessey and McGraw were killed for a reason.Joyce Walker: Well, it's all right then?Dr. Chet Walker: Well, for a while. I don't think they've gotten around to indiscriminate killings yet.
(ca) wrote: Such a sweet story. Thank god it had a happy ending.
(ca) wrote: No stars. Once upon a time, Dane Cook ruled the comedy world. He was the Andrew Dice Clay of the MySpace generation-successful yet controversial. Unlike Clay, it doesn't seem like ANYBODY liked Cook. I found that stunning-that a guy so successful could be so reviled by critics, comedy lovers, and, most of all, his fellow comedians. I wondered why-then I saw this film. Well most of it. By the time the end rolled around the seething rage I felt for the rampant stupidity being hurled at me throughout this P.O.S left me depressed. I had to go watch a Marx Brothers movie to laugh and love again. This is one of the worst idiot comedies ever made. Adam Sandler could only dream of reaching this level of agitation. The plot is so stupid it's not worth mentioning. The performances are all bad, but I reserve special scorn for Cook. The guy can't act. At all. Sandler can't either but he at least seems comfortable enough in front of the camera. Cook looks throughout like a deer in headlights. Even when he rattles off some stand up jokes, he looks like he's about to pee his pants in terror. The breaking point for me was when the movie suddenly-in another Sandler-like turn-decided we should take a moment from laughing at these idiotic scumbags and feel SORRY for wittle Daney Waney because he's sad and lonely. I've seen this strategy before but never in such an undeserving manner as this. I finally checked out. I hope the movie didn't suddenly turn into a comedy classic in the last 2 minutes, but if it did, whatever. I'm better off not knowing and so are you. Whether you like Cook or not, stay away from this. It's not funny, it's just vile. Not in a nose picking way, but a drive by shooting way. NOW I understand the hate.
(ca) wrote: A must see film, , ,