The Anderson Tapes

The Anderson Tapes

A thief (Duke Anderson) just released from ten years in jail, takes up with his old girlfriend (Ingrid) in her posh apartment. He makes plans to rob the entire building. What he doesn't know is that his every move is recorded on audio and video tape, although he is not the subject of any surveillance.

A thief (Duke Anderson) just released from ten years in jail, takes up with his old girlfriend (Ingrid) in her posh apartment. He makes plans to rob the entire building. What he doesn't ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


The Anderson Tapes torrent reviews

Jeffrey C (ru) wrote: Absolutely haunting!

Jessica Z (jp) wrote: my daughter wants to see this.. it looked cute on the previews!!

hunter i (ag) wrote: Belly 2 was a good movie when I saw it. The Game is a good actor. It kind of like the "ATL". I like all the shooting and stuff.

Garrett K (ca) wrote: The main character provides a heartwarming sense of inspiration but all warm feelings spiral helplessly into an abyss of nonsensical and outlandish sci-fi portrayals. Gentlemen Broncos is absolutely terrible.

Walt C (ru) wrote: I just saw this movie, despite the bad ratings it received. I was pleasantly surprised and really enjoyed it. I think it was made a couple of years to soon (2009). I feel that it is much more relate-able to the present day (2014). See it if you haven't already.

Jeffrey L (it) wrote: Following the footsteps of March of the Penguins, Arctic Tale is another fascinating documentary filmed in the arctic cold (the film crew is quite brave, needless to say) and studying animal survival. This time we??re learning about polar bears (a mother and two cubs to be exact) in addition to walruses and everything they encounter through life in the freezing cold (the North Pole to be exact).Though not as insightful as March of the Penguins in some areas, this educational documentary offers some good footage of the animals and follows them for a very long time, ultimately observing their circle of life. The cubs sure are adorable and though polar bears are admired by many, few have realized how difficult their means of survival are. Same goes for the family of walruses, yet one may be confused as to why they keep showing constant scenes of these guys farting so much!The tale gets sad at times, particularly when they show some dead animals who didn??t survive the cold, starved to death or became a meal for a larger animal. Though some may tear up a bit, all should know this is the life cycle and it is quite a task to survive in these conditions, needless to say.Though aimed at a young audience, the educational value of this film is its strongest asset. It doesn??t only educate us on the life cycles of these animals, but also on what humans do which makes their daily routine even more difficult. Using a style similar to Al Gore in an Inconvenient Truth, this film gives us tips (such as carpooling, using less water etc.) on how we can prevent global warming which will increase habitat for these species. Definitely a good pick for nature lovers who want to contribute their share to the Earth.

Alexander C (nl) wrote: Will have to watch this one. Not necassarily good or bad. Will see. Want to watch!

Marilyn T (kr) wrote: This movie is an acquired taste since it's a shorter, more cryptic version of the series, Vision of Escaflowne. The character designs have changed somewhat for the movie adaptation. Everyone takes on an older, and in some cases more sinister appearance. The icing on this cake is the music; all of it is full of so much excitement and deep-seeded passion. The main storyline remains the same and universal; a high school girl looking for more than the mundane, and that's what keeps this movie from completely alienating everyone.

Jacob B (ag) wrote: It has a bit of choppy editing. Some of the dialogue is laughable. And the movie itself makes the plot seem more of a love story than an action film.

Rina C (es) wrote: Very well crafted movie

Zachary C (gb) wrote: The ultimate 1970s space opera! Although dismissed as a mere Star Wars copycat by snobs, Starcrash owes more to Ray Harryhausen and Flash Gordon in terms of special effects and storyline. The stop-motion animation effects are on par with Harryhausen's (I liked the giant, sword-wielding robot and metallic drones). Caroline Munro is at her sexiest here in a black bikini-type outfit with boots and gives a typically good performance as the assertive, ass-kicking Stella Star. Marjoe Gortner gives an appropriately campy performance as lead hero Akton. Throw in a dead serious performance by Christopher Plummer, epic spaceship battles, a delightfully campy villain with an even funnier name (Zarth Arn), and a rousing music score by John Barry, and you have all the essential ingredients for a fun, late-1970s sci-fi movie.

Tim W (it) wrote: I might be the only one in the world who didn't really like it. Sure as a young kid I enjoyed it, but then I grew up and stopped caring as much. A simple story of a deer growing up and living life; with it's highs and lows. And they anthropomorphized the animals just enough and in the right was to make them and the stories relate-able to the audience. It was cute (sometimes too cute for me), surrounded by nature and great animation.

Ashley H (br) wrote: Blossoms in the Dust is a decent film. It is about Edna who marries Texan Sam Gladney, an operator of a wheat mill. Greer Garson and Walter Pidgeon give good performances. The screenplay is a little slow in places. Mervyn LeRoy did an alright job directing this movie. I liked this motion picture because of the drama and romance.

John B (ag) wrote: Pretty good. Great use of miniatures.

Katie G (de) wrote: Everything I would have wanted my reunion to be, had I been there! Lol

Ryan B (kr) wrote: Great movie, I'd have to say this has a little bit of everything in it, lots of comedy, a little action, a smidgen of romance, some drama, no horror though which why would there be when it's a comedy adventure movie. Anyhow I really enjoyed it, the music to it was very good and there was even a few oldies in it which I loved (I'm a huge 70s, 80s and 90s person). Matthew Lillard, Dax Shepard and Seth Green are I think at their best in this one. Highly recommended