The Crow: Salvation
Alex Corvis returns to the world of the living to solve the murder of a young woman that he was wrongly accused of killing. Alex follows the crow into the police department's evidence room, where he discovers that Lauren was killed by a group of corrupt cops.
- Category:Thriller, Action, Crime, Fantasy
- Stars:Kirsten Dunst, Eric Mabius, Fred Ward, Jodi Lyn O'Keefe, William Atherton, K.C. Clyde, Debbie Fan, Gabrielle Woods, Dale Midkiff, David Stevens, Grant Shaud, Bill Mondy, Walton Goggins, Britt Leary, Tim DeKay,
- Country:Germany, USA
- Director:Bharat Nalluri, Bharat Nalluri,
- Writer:James O'Barr (comic book series), Chip Johannessen
Alex Corvis (Eric Mabius) is falsely convicted of brutally stabbing his girlfriend Lauren to death. But after he is electrocuted, his guardian crow appears and resurrects him. Alex then returns to the world of the living to solve the murder that led to his own death. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
The Crow: Salvation torrent reviews
(es) wrote: Awesome movie with modern day realistic love stories, dialect and interaction
(au) wrote: Despite its flaws its still watchable and interesting.
(it) wrote: lousy and makes no sense
(it) wrote: This is a really good swedish movie, I really like it.
(ru) wrote: This is actually one of my favorite romantic comedies. I'm surprised that more people don't like it as I feel it is a vastly underrated and overlooked movie.Ford and Heche have great chemistry together, and some of those scenes between them have such wonderful, smart banter (such as the hospital scene). The cinematography is beautiful and Randy Edelman provides a fantastic score.I think the threat of the pirates is well done and adds the right mix of action/thrills to the movie. My only beef is that voice over that was tacked on at the end credits. It seems like a phony studio decision bit made by some executive.
(br) wrote: an alright thriller that kinda keeps you on your toes
(ag) wrote: Call it morbid curiosity.
(us) wrote: The man of your nightmares has returned. This time in the true motherfuckin' sequel to the original fuckin' classic. You know an 80s horror sequel is classy as fuck when it starts with a quote. Paper fuckin' mach house. Diet Coke product placement. You know it's bad news when there's a girl on a fucking trike. The smart thing is to go into the creepy fucking house. Boo! Skeletal fuckin' remains. Freddy the fucking sink! Not on Elm Street any fuckin' more! Heather fuckin' Lagenkamp! Typical fuckin mental institution. The intellectual, the nerd, the druggie, the token black guy, the mute, and the diva actress (wait a minute, I act!) Freddy the huge as fuck phallic snake! Stop motion at its fucking finest! Freddy: Master of Puppets. Freddy above the clouds gave me fucking nightmares. Not even Morpheus can get the right pills to help save these kids. "Welcome to prime time, bitch!" Fuck science! Dr. Gordon needs faith! Hypnocil. Group hypnosis. HELLO NURSE! Tongue tied. <~ What happens when you want to be sexually active. The bastard son of a hundred maniacs must be put to rest! John Fuckin' Saxon! Getting high! "I don't believe in fairy tales!" More Freddys, more fun! Soul Feeding. Freddy can never die like a normal person. Literal backstab. Another fucking funeral. And of course any other way to end a slasher series sequel then the laugh of an ominous villain? Dream Warriors is perhaps one of the best fucking sequels in horror. Massively underrated. Although I'll admit exposition can take its toll. Four and a half Freddy middle fingers. Recommended to help those with trouble sleeping.
(gb) wrote: Ugh. Horrible. I'm waiting for the horror for an hour, and then one horrific thing happens which is totally stupid and pointless.Cons: 1. There's no antagonist of any kind. 2. The movie has no horror, let alone a good plot. The plot is supposed to be about a guy who wants to join a frat and ends up dying. 3. There's no explanation of the ring's power or why it drove the protagonist to his utter destruction (very Lord of the Rings like sentence). 4. Not even MST3K could make this funny.Don't even bother thinking about the reasons why someone would make a movie as bad as this. No one should have to even touch a movie box for this.
(es) wrote: Edgy as hell for 1955, about an ex-junkie relapsing, murder, and suicide. I never thought Sinatra could act until I saw his complex performance in this,
(it) wrote: Surprisingly bloody mash-up of Spy Kids, Sean Connery era Bond and Tarantino-style violence. Great fun.
(br) wrote: Pixar has ventured into a whole new world; the monster world. In Monsters, Inc., the monsters that used to haunt you at night live in a town called Monstropolis. Mike Wazowski (Billy Crystal) and roommate James P. Sullivan (John Goodman) work together everyday at Monsters, Inc.; the world's largest power company. When Mike makes reservations to go on a date with girlfriend, Celia (Jennifer Tilly), Sully goes to fill out Mike's paperwork and stumbles across a door. Naturally he opens it to see if there are any monsters in there before he sends it back, but he finds out that no one is in there. When he leaves he discovers a human child; the first human child that Monstropolis has ever seen. Humans are toxic to monsters, so this is not to be taken lightly. The rest of the movie is full of humor, seriousness, and a whole lot of screaming. Monsters, Inc. presents itself well with humorous lines, and a cast that really put the movie together. On the other hand, there are a lot of characters in the movie that have just one or two lines, while the rest of the movie is based on the same four characters. The movie also has a lot of scenes that seem to last forever, with no real direction. Overall, I give this movie five out of five stars. Bring the kids, grab your candy and get ready for a lot of laughs.