The Dark Tower

The Dark Tower

The last Gunslinger, Roland Deschain, has been locked in an eternal battle with Walter O’Dim, also known as the Man in Black, determined to prevent him from toppling the Dark Tower, which holds the universe together. With the fate of the worlds at stake, good and evil will collide in the ultimate battle as only Roland can defend the Tower from the Man in Black.

The movie is about an 11-year-old New York boy named Jake, who’s bullied at school and obsesses over a magical land that he has strange dreams about. When Jake manages to get to that land, he's at the center of a battle that threatens to destroy the Earth. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


The Dark Tower torrent reviews

Chris P (gb) wrote: Not as good as King of Kong, but if you've ever played Tetris, you'll probably get a kick out of it.

Christopher K (gb) wrote: this one is a pretty good sequel, but mainly it's more on the side of watching this for the funniness, outrageousness, and sexiness...

Angela R (nl) wrote: Riveting eye opener.

Ronnie G (mx) wrote: it was good but sad how the lady had do that to them

SarahTess Leiel B (de) wrote: hahahahahahahahahahahahaha

Marischa B (au) wrote: This is one of my favorite movies. Many characters are outlandish and ridiculous, but that just adds to the fun. The direction is creative and original, and the plot is both hilarious and believable. This movie is great for anyone who likes teen comedy or likes to laugh. Just don't set your expectations too high -- this is plain fun, not high art.Dunst is in top form, and the other actors are simply a joy to watch. Shane West's unbelievable accent will keep you rolling. Short is excellent. Foster is fabulous. Hanks is great.The music is another excellent reason to watch this movie in itself. If you hate it, you probably don't have a soul. (I kid.) Seriously, this movie deserves to be watched at least once.

Charles S (jp) wrote: Includes Goodyear blimps, bored flight attendants, grapes arrangements, just a dash of vaseline, elegant football-field formations by truly majorettes to die for, and... yes, Marti Domination!

Greg W (au) wrote: Rob Reiner directs another good family drama

Micha O (kr) wrote: Totally forgotten, barely available movie about the power of sex, imagination, memory, and death -- this is a kind of movie that probably wouldn't be made nowadays, because Carroll's infatuation with the little girl would be labeled as too racy. It's a movie for those with open minds and those who cherish poetry. Catch it if you can! (PS. Jim Henson's Workshop provided all the scary creatures Alice meets in wonderland)

Black S (kr) wrote: A testament to the legacy of Director Ivan ("Hogans Heroes") Dixon(RIP), the tough excellent & subversive novel on which it was based was vastly superior to this film version, largely due to budget constraints. In fact it is amazing this film was made at all. It was rumored for years that the FBI/CIA obtained all the original prints of this film to keep it out of circulation, but there was one copy that made underground showings, usually at night in local churches nationwide. This film is still capable of shocking the viewer, once they realize where the plot is going and what could have happened if circumstances had aligned as shown. There were 2 other novels released at around the same time ("The Seige" & "Civil War II", one written by the later to be famous "The Executioner/Mack Bolan" author Don Pendelton) both depicting a future where the US Forces are "all-volunteer" and largely Black, where a military coup ensues, basically a patriotic flip-side to the "Spook" storyline (there was also "Barber Shop" speculation these were backed by secret government money to defuse the fallout from "Spook"). This film is non-racist (in comparison to extremely racist fiction like "Turner", that were favorites of terrorists McVey, Franklin, and the murderous thugs of "The Order"), the theme being more "disillusioned patriot" than Marxist, despite the hopes of the leftists. A must-see film (now that it is on DVD) both from historical & artistic standpoints, as well as a warning of how close we came to anarchy at a time of rampant political fratricide, the ripples of which we are still suffering from even today (think Clinton/Pelosi/Obama/Carter/etc)....

Justin R (gb) wrote: Feral children pose intriguing questions about the essence of humanity, about our biological essence and our social behavior. Truffaut's film paints an interesting, if simplistic, picture of Victor, the 18th century pre-pubescent 'wild boy of averyron"' discovered in the French countryside who becomes the student of Dr. Jean Itard. Itard, played by Truffaut, is cold and distant with the boy, treating him more like a social experiment or curiosity than a human being. Only toward the end does Itard warm to the child, refusing to see through a cruel experiment in punishment that would have seen Victor unjustly punished and forced to sit in a dark closet. Victor escapes only to return again to Itard, and the film ends on an understated yet positive note, suggesting that perhaps Victor is not lost to society. Performances, particularly from Cargol and Truffaut, are engaging and lend dimensionality to these historically distant characters. Cinematography is beautiful and the varying degrees of light and shadow are well balanced. The scenes in the woods are of particular note here, for the play of sun and wind are exquisitely rendered and enable the viewer to better imagine Victor's ability to meld with his native environment.

Bridget S (gb) wrote: it is as great as the book , although they are quite a few differences but these are small things.....van heflin plays Timothy my favourite character one of the best movies, very classic hollywood

Carlos I (it) wrote: Interesting story about a mathematician who goes crazy and his daughter who tries to keep it together. Pretty good. But Paltrow as 27...?! cmon.

Johanna D (de) wrote: Hey I loved it when I was a kid.