The Magnificent Ambersons

The Magnificent Ambersons

The spoiled young heir to the decaying Amberson fortune comes between his widowed mother and the man she has always loved.

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The Magnificent Ambersons torrent reviews

Leah d (us) wrote: Worst movie I have EVER seen. Shocking

denise b (ru) wrote: just as good as the first one

Rob V (au) wrote: This is one of those horror films that is so horrendously bad, that it is quite good. The creature makeup and sfx weren't actually too bad, but the script and the acting was terrible! There were so many unintentional laughs in this one, that it really should have been a comedy! Bad as it is, I cannot trash it as it entertained and greatly amused me.

Kaustubh S (kr) wrote: i loved the comics more :((

Niklas S (jp) wrote: Not my cup of tea... sorry. Everything was just way too much and over the top.

Muffin M (br) wrote: The devil will find work for idle hands to doso what happens when he chooses the laziest teen slacker in the world to do his dirty work?Anton Tobias (Devon Sawa) is a channel-surfing, junk-food munching, couch potato burn-out who can't control the murderous impulses of his recently possessed hand. With the help of his zombiefied buddies, Mick (Seth Green) and Pnub (Elden Henson), Anton's got to stop the rampaging devil appendage before it takes total control of his life and ruins any chance he has with class hottie Molly (Jessica Alba).also stars Christopher Hart, Vivica A. Fox, Jack Noseworthy, Katie Wright and Sean Whalen.directed by Rodman Flender.

Neha K (fr) wrote: this film redefines good cinema a cult film which has been sadly neglected..the performance be it danny amitabh madhvi mithun or even neelam rocksss

Cheryl T (au) wrote: The book is excellent, i was curious how the movie could measure up... The book is way different and way better, full of research and more realistic. The movie was good for an older film, but not very realistic at all. It kept me engrossed in it though... :)

Anna G (kr) wrote: If a certain someone sees this they are bound to remind me that I fell asleep for the last 15 min or so, but that was really about 100% more my failiings than Spalding's

Aaron B (nl) wrote: Compelling and scary.

javier l (jp) wrote: good action horror movie

Adam A (gb) wrote: "Chronicle" is a really enjoyable flick with odd twists that make you feel just right!

David L (kr) wrote: As expected, a direct continuation of the first episode, which sees a rebellion against Peeta and Katniss due to their act of love in the latest hunger games. As a result, a special anniversary games is to take place which sees previous victors from other battles take their place for a champion of champions fight to the death, along with our recent heroes again being forced to take part. Many side with the newly crowned champions, creating much hostility in the districts, especially when it is announced that Katniss is pregnant. For me, there is more action than the original given the scene has technically already been set, so we are now allowed to focus more on the actual games. This makes the entertainment equally enjoyable due to its combination of deeper character content, and battles from inside the arena. Unfortunately, there's still very little focus on some of the other district tributes and there's no real stand out enemy in the arena this time. This is more a case of who can outwit the overarching royalty that are controlling the games themselves, and who can avoid the several traps that lie in wait inside the combat zone, including poisonous fog, electric force fields and killer monkeys. I feel surprised to be echoing a similar negativity surrounding the elimination process of the hunger games, but why have 12 district representatives if you're not going to provide background to the majority of them before they die - It makes it obvious who's going to fall, and gives an overwhelming sense of predictability about the tournaments victors. This was actually a little disappointing, but again I suppose this is me being highly critical by voicing what is a relatively minor point, that ultimately won't stop me watching the other instalments. Hopefully this is just another connecting episode that interlinks what is so far a memorable action series overall. You can't fault the acting or the effects, there's just a sense of taking short cuts within the games concept itself, that leaves one feeling short changed on trying to maximise potential entertainment value.