The Dead Zone

The Dead Zone

Johnny Smith is a schoolteacher with his whole life ahead of him but, after leaving his fiancee's home one night, is involved in a car crash which leaves him in a coma for 5 years. When he wakes, he discovers he has an ability to see into the past, present and future life of anyone with whom he comes into physical contact.

When Johnny Smith (Christopher Walken) awakens from a coma caused by a car accident, he finds that years have passed, and he now has psychic abilities. Foreseeing the future appears to be a 'gift' at first, but ends up causing problems... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


The Dead Zone torrent reviews

Allen H (it) wrote: This documentary should be titled, "Adults who fucking suck at life."

Tanvir M (gb) wrote: Corporatisation of the assassination business, an interesting concept competently executed, with some terrific action sequences, though the emotional side story drags the film down a bit. Even after that, a good watch.

Countess N (kr) wrote: 7th May 2011 Excited to see his but the first 40 minutes were so boring,i wanted to turn it off despite the wonderful cast but then all things changed it became edgy and one scene made the movie for me...not many things bother me but this gave me a sense of dread and doom. Loved it.

Laurent D (us) wrote: pas mal du tout .... par contre faut pas se faire d'illusion, elle reviendra pas des philipines et lui se posera toute sa vie des "what if"

Jacob B (jp) wrote: An emotionally gripping story, a great cast and even humourous moments allow Like Stars on Earth to be both a truly memorable Bollywood film that even people who don't watch a lot of Bollywood movies ought to enjoy and a film that manages to live up to its subtitle, Every Child is Special.

Udayalaksmanakartiyasa H (mx) wrote: nothing special about this movie for me (except Masami, of course). this story is just one of so many sick 'n dying kind of story at the era. what's different is the flashback plot. but it's not something guinea either. and personally, i don't believe some high school love story can affect an adult life that much. if i have to give credit on this movie, it would've been the recorded voice thing. somehow it really gives a sense of existence of the dead.

Chessie R (gb) wrote: It's kind of the run of the mill feel good and cute romantic movie. It's a very flawed script and alot of the dialogue doesn't come through well and unfortunately most of the supporting characters get better dialogue than the two man characters, which is kind of sad. Still it made me laugh a few times and Kinnear was just way too cute for his own good in this. It's light and feel good...well sorta.

Tom D (it) wrote: This independent film has a very witty script. The story revolves around a love triangle. The cast is excellent and not only are the three lead performances great but there are numerous funny supporting performances.

Melanie S (jp) wrote: This is about a sculptor who is in a car acident. He iis paralized from the neck down and wanting to be euthanized. I thought this was a pretty good movie until I saw the end. I don't like it anymore.

Robert O (de) wrote: for all u Res fans this has good action

Camille L (it) wrote: Un an avant son excellente Last Seduction, John Dahl s'tait dj attaqu au film noir avec Red Rock West, un film d'une ironie dvastatrice (et parfois trop prsente compare sa cadette) port par un exceptionnel Nicolas Cage, qui n'a jamais t aussi bon que lorsqu'il joue les types patibulaires. Dennis Hopper est survolt, J.T. Walsh et Timothy Carhart dtestables souhait et Lara Flynn Boyle bien trop absente. C'est d'autant plus dommage que la seconde partie du film se centre sur une sombre histoire d'arnaque dont on n'a pas rellement besoin. A l'image de quelques films noirs bien connus, Red Rock West fonctionne sur son ambiance, beaucoup moins sur son scnario. Mais, ne durant qu'1h40, le film de John Dahl reste un bon divertissement.

Jack B (au) wrote: As a pet lover, I felt so nostalgic watching it- would definitely recommend it!

Brandon W (gb) wrote: Eddie the Eagle is directed by Dexter Fletcher, and it stars Taron Egerton and Hugh Jackman in a biographical sports dramedy about the life of Eddie Edwards (Taron Egerton) who has never had any experience with ski jumper, but wants to be one to join the Olympics. When he does ski jumping, he's terrible at it, but is still determined to do so, and has help from Bronson Peary (Hugh Jackman). Whenever I see Matthew Vaughn as a producer, I tend to be skeptical at the films that he has done as the last film that I've seen was Fantastic Four, which was one of the worst superhero films that I've seen. Not only that, I watched Kick-Ass 2 before that, and that was way worse than the first one, so I tend to be careful in him as a producer only, that is until I saw the high positives from this, so I decide to get a watch out of it to see if they're right, and it turns out, they are right. Faron Egerton gives a great performance that while he doesn't look like Eddie Edwards, he has a quirk in this movie that shows that he doesn't act like the typical characters that he plays in something like Kingsman. Hugh Jackman does a great job as he usually does as an old drunkard that has hidden talents that were wasted while being Eddie's coach. It's interesting to see an underdog story that's true from an actual person that never learned to be a ski jumper at a young age, but still has the heart to keep going even when people make fun of him for it. The chemistry between the main characters are very fun to watch as they I've some interesting ways to be good at ski jumper while also having some funny scenes just based on their conversations, which the writing by Sean Macaulay and Simon Kelton is really good at transcending the sport cliches by putting a lot of heart and humor into it that makes it seem refreshing in a way, even though it is still a familiar story which is downright impossible to do o make it seem a bit different except for the subject matter. With that said, Eddie the Eagle is a really great movie that has a lot of heart and enjoyable stuff in there that make it stand out.