The Dirty Saints

The Dirty Saints

Luis Ortega's apocalyptic third feature follows a group of five survivors as they embark on a journey that will force them to face their fears, dreams and longings in their quest for salvation across the Fijman River.

Luis Ortega's apocalyptic third feature follows a group of five survivors as they embark on a journey that will force them to face their fears, dreams and longings in their quest for salvation across the Fijman River. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Paul B (au) wrote: Not a bad Old style English horror. Worth a watch.

Jesus R (ag) wrote: A riot of HILARIOUS! !!!

Brent W (ag) wrote: A very sweet and wholesome film about what makes a true family.

Ryan S (kr) wrote: 4/5. The best of the Underworld sequels with some really great performances from Michael Sheen and Bill Nighy.

Adam M (nl) wrote: great job ,, keep going :)

Mac C (ru) wrote: I couldn't even watch the first 5 minutes of this film. Then again the only real successful low budget film was Paranormal activity.

Kyle S (fr) wrote: it's no get shorty, but John Travolta and the Rock are entertaining enough, doesn't save this movie.

Claire T (ru) wrote: wow Martin Short and Kurt Russell were great together in this, a very funny film and it's worth to have on DVD, I loved this film and it starred Mary Kay Place, Benjamin Salisbury and Meadow Sisto

Jim H (fr) wrote: After a tribal leader is killed, his advisers use a double to masquerade as their dead leader.Akira Kurosawa, a master story-teller and a filmmaker whose stylistic flair is almost unmatched, brings a story that is simply unworthy of his talents. It is essentially a Japanese version of Dave (or more accurately stated, Dave is an American version of Kagemusha), and it is only Kurosawa's beautifully framed shots, engaging action choreography, and eye for character detail that keeps this film from descending into the obscure and banal wastefulness that plagues its latter-day American counterpart. Yes, I understand that Dave was meant as a cheeky comedy and Kagemusha is supposed to be profound, but I fail to see the profundity.Overall, this film is lesser Kurosawa, still engaging but far from the greatness of The Seven Samurai and Rashomon.

Sean O (us) wrote: I don't care for musicals, but this one is fun with Lee Marvin/Clint Eastwood and all the great character actors. It's worth suffering through the two trying to sing lol

Private U (gb) wrote: Pter Lawford is yummy as always! Fun story, pretty well made :)

mike h (br) wrote: awsum come get sum olga shes amazing

Manolo P (au) wrote: This Hitchcock's classic thriller is a great openness to an impact-growing genre. The techniques used, as well as the resources and cinematographic explorations that at the time were not known continue to produce an effective, intriguing and terrifying effect that even today is impressing. The characters are very well made and the dialogues are fantastic. Here is an argument of masterful suspense whose scenes are absolute works of art. 97/100

Steven R (nl) wrote: Whilst this film semi reflects the budget from which it was made, it's a great story. The producers did a great job making this more of an Art film than a sexploitation flick which was the plan of the studio. Linda Fiorentino is fantastic as the femme fatale and protagonist. Maybe Kevin Smith saw this and her acting which led her to be cast in Dogma.

Stephen S (it) wrote: entertaining and unntentionally funny at times (matt smiths character) film could have been longer and focused more on the zombies