The Cars That Eat People

The Cars That Eat People

The small town of Paris, Australia deliberately causes car accidents, then sells/salvages all valuables from the wrecks as a means of economy.

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The Cars That Eat People torrent reviews

Michael B (us) wrote: I went into this movie not expecting much, I mean, barely any of the cast has had acting experience and let's face it, noo one is expecting country singers to turn in a good acting performance, any singer for that matter. But this exceeded my expectations, not by much, but it still exceeded them. The movie was enjoyable, it was paced ok and I never really felt that it dragged. The humor sometimes wasn't the best but there were times that were very funny, and the cast turned in a pretty good performance...I enjoyed this movie and if there were ever a movie like it...I would probably see it.

Cameron K (es) wrote: Not Will Ferrell's best work. That whole "Olloo" joke was really bad. Like REALLY bad.

Rob L (it) wrote: Excellent documentary on Joe Strummer of The Clash. It's sort of like a portrait of a talented musician, can't help but to be enthralled once you start watching it.

Jamie K (ru) wrote: Pretty imagery. I had higher hopes for this as a film though.

Wildaly M (ag) wrote: Interesting premise and sci-fi world but the characters either lacked chemistry or their story just wasn't very interesting.

William S (gb) wrote: I have a vague recollection of enjoying this movie.

Dan W (gb) wrote: The ironing board scene in this movie is the best movie scene I have ever sensed!

Escobar C (kr) wrote: There are no words to describe how awful the shit show that this movie and its successors are. I was forced to watch these movies and they're not the type of awful that you like it because it's awful or that you have to watch because it's awful. It's awful like I wish this shit never saw the light of day and the movies made me cry tears of pain knowing that anyone was crying because they felt anything other than disgust for this trash.

Purge T (br) wrote: Loved it!! If you want to understand RuPaul's Drag Race watch this movie. ALL is explained

Jarrin R (nl) wrote: This was overly violent and lacked in story. The characters also were not that believable. It is entertaining but I would not watch it again.

Private U (us) wrote: Make sure you have a bottle of wine when you watch this - you'll need it to counteract all the cheese in this movie. Bad, BAD acting all the way around, and poor SFX. I can't believe I made it all the way to the end.

Angelica S (us) wrote: Very interesting plot and good acting - enough to spend a couple of pleasant hours

Elijah L (mx) wrote: What an odd film. Iron Sky is ludicrously fantastic at times, but often forgets it's a film about lunar nazis, and tries to be serious to little effect. If only it had fully embraced the absurd plot and characters, it could well have been a classic.

Nick D (it) wrote: The birth of found-footage horror.~

Stewart S (gb) wrote: 6.0 Indie film set in London. The plot is too flawed in the first two thirds of the film to pull in the audience. The film is somewhat salvaged in the final third when things turn unexpectedly serious and the plot tightens. In the end, there is nothing new here, just a repackaged plot of what we have seen time and again of a bank heist, good cops, bad cops and a little MI6. Written and directed by Brad Jurjens as a first time effort.

Simon D (br) wrote: I think that this has had a harsh time in the reviews. It's not as bad as I was led to believe. I think it's the first Smurf thing I've ever seen so I can't compare with the legacy of old. I reckon it was alright for kids but, obviously, nothing special.

Tapio M (fr) wrote: otherwise entertaining, but the lack of actual american football was disapointing