The Book Of Eli

The Book Of Eli

A post-apocalyptic tale, in which a lone man fights his way across America in order to protect a sacred book that holds the secrets to saving humankind.

Eli is interested in peace but she has a killer's instinct. Whenever she copes with trial, her instinct is shown in an incredible way. After the war, Eli finds a mysterious book containing secrets which can mankind. So, she is willing to risk her life to protect the book . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


The Book Of Eli torrent reviews

Dave B (ag) wrote: Best sly and Arnie combonation ever

Keshav K (kr) wrote: one of the best movies I have seen.

Chris L (mx) wrote: A very moving film. It was recommended to me by a Bosnian friend who was on the last plane out before Sarajevo fell into chaos. It's hard to imagine what the people that were left behind had to live through and had to become to endure.

Trenton R (gb) wrote: Solid classic from my childhood, I don't care whatever problems there are. 4/5 Great

Alex K (de) wrote: 1972's The Godfather Is My Fourth Favorite Film Of All Time And 1994's Pulp Fiction Is My Seventh Favorite Film Of All Time.

Matthew S (ca) wrote: One of my all-time favorite movies. I find it perfectly invested. But, be warned: not for all tastes.

Joe C (es) wrote: Vietnam really did a number on the American psyche. Our little X-rated masterpiece from John Schlesinger epic bromance sees the American dream of cowboy hustler Joe Buck become a decrepit, hallucinogenic neon-tinged nightmare. Buck heads to NYC planning to live off rich women as a well-to-do gigolo after packing in his job at a Texas diner. Things don't go as well as planned and before long he's forced to shack up with shrewish bum Ratso, and the two forge a friendship out of desperation. Delving into the pathless, drug-fueled underbelly of America, certainly spoke to an audience then disillusioned with the pointless efforts their peace-and-love movement had in Vietnam. Midnight Cowboy dubiously shares a parental rating with such classics as Deep Throat and Debbie Does Dallas, while also toting Oscars for best picture, director and screenplay. Bleak and depressing, but also incredibly acted and brilliantly scored, Midnight Cowboy is one of those rare films which marries controversy with quality.

Alex K (ag) wrote: 1967's In The Heat Of The Night Is One Of My Favorite Films.

Brandon H (gb) wrote: Failry decent documentary on hip-hops love affair with diamonds. The major highlight for me was seeing hip-hop stars in a real and humanistic role outside their admittedly fictitious persona. Big props to everyone involved in this documentary as well as those bringing light to the horrors of 'blood diamonds'.