The Omen

The Omen

Immediately after their miscarriage, the US diplomat Robert Thorn adopts the newborn Damien without the knowledge of his wife. Yet what he doesn’t know is that their new son is the son of the devil. A classic horror film with Gregory Peck from 1976.

The young son of an American diplomat and his wife, living in London, turns out to be marked with the sign of Satan, the infamous "666". It soon becomes apparent that he could be the Anti-Christ incarnate and possesses the evil powers to stop anyone who stands in his way. Mysterious deaths surround an American ambassador. Could the child that he is raising actually be the anti-christ? The devil';;s own son? . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


The Omen torrent reviews

Luke B (it) wrote: Well, if you're going to make fun bad movies, why not use them to also make fun of popular culture. Jersey Shore Shark Attack is both SCy-Fy's latest creature feature as well as being a lampoon of the popular TV show Jersey Shore. This is, for what it is, an incredible idea. Most of the time you only watch these films for the bad effects and monster attacks. Everything else is just filler. They usually cram in some mumbo jumbo science talk, or a vendetta with the beast which results in terrible performances. Here those filler scenes have been turned into bizarre and OTT parodies of people that are bizarre and OTT to begin with. It's a great way to pass the time. If you hate these people then laugh at them, if you like them you'll appreciate some of the nods it makes. There are also some cameos such as Vinny from the real life Jersey Shore playing a news reporter and reading his lines off cue cards. There's also Joey Fatone as himself in a self-deprecating role. It's a lot of fun, if you like stupid corny movies.

Scott C (au) wrote: Crazy Sci-Fi action movie with likeable leads.

Joo P (ca) wrote: Stupidly crazy and absolutely hilarious, Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues is funny, outrageous and even better than the original, Will Ferrell and Steve Carrell leads an ensemble comedy cast in one of most humorous comedies of 2013. (4,5/5)

Zen D (fr) wrote: Not that bad. The cast just needs some acting lessons (over again).

Les L (ru) wrote: Good writing and great ensemble characters. Brilliant characters. And, it is the perfect "fairy tale" for today'. A movie star... That falls in love with a guy in a book shop. And the chaos and pain in her life, past and present, almost destroys any chance of happiness with the nice guy but she tries to overcome her fear and asks him to love her. And after he says no, in fear of heartbreak, a masturbating Welshman comes to the rescue. Even if you do not like Julia Roberts or Hugh Grant, the story works well and you can imagine a similar fairy tale about your Hollywood crush. The characters around the pair... Focus on their and their observations, advice, jokes and responses and you'll love the movie. Either way, you can't go wrong. Unless you truly hates the British, their accents, slang, etc. If you are that much against the British, you're likely French or an idiot. In the Top 5 romantic comedies of all time.

Allan C (es) wrote: Director Brett Leonard, who brought us the equally dated 90s "futuristic" virtual reality extravaganza "The Lawnmower Man," brings us another very dated "high concept" action film involving virtual reality making it's way into the real world. I suppose the concept isn't the problem, since the first Matrix film did a good job with this idea, but the real problem with this film is that the action and film's general execution is so bland that even Denzel Washington and Russell Crowe (in his third American film appearance) can't save it. They do manage to make the film barely watchable, but blame a dull script and uninspired direction for this one going wrong. And for "Big Bang Theory" fans, a 9 year old Kaley Cuoco makes her film debut playing Kelly Lynch's daughter.

Debbi S (kr) wrote: Love love love this cute, she wins at the end...he needs her and she needs him, plus all the beauty of Franch alone is worth it. And Kevin Klein's french is very good and the french accents are tre magnifeque(sp)

Tim W (es) wrote: I actually liked this one, though mostly because of Jim Carrey's wacky performance rather than plot or story or anything else.

Alex C (ru) wrote: An Alan Smithee movie... maybe the original director wanted to set in in Baltimore not Pittsburgh?

iain m (ca) wrote: Just watched it again - I have no idea how many times that is over the last 34 years - it is a brilliant creation. Probably the last time a film was made without caring about placement.

Dave A (ru) wrote: Charming, engaging film which gave the rest of the world a glimpse into the world of the Rastafarian Reggae scene in Jamaica in the late 70s. Most of the cast are reggae musicians, not actors, and include drummer Horsemouth Wallace as the lead, with Jacob Miller, Kiddus I, Big Youth, Gregory Isaacs and Burning Spear all playing themselves in a tale of revenge against the criminals who stole Horsemouth's new bike.A real gem.

Michael B (ru) wrote: It was really good and suspenseful. I love his Get off my plane.

John B (fr) wrote: A lost film it seems anchored by Lola Tash who I hope will have a promising career in Canadian film.

Little B (kr) wrote: A movie shot in an impeccable manner which doesn't miss a bit of irony, in Forman's style, too bad that the story is fairly trivial, without complicated and diabolical plots. Recommended only to the lovers of sentimental dramas.

Jacob L (fr) wrote: You know a movie bombs when the first flaw you find is inthe damn title! The revenge? How can this shark want revenge when in every movie it's a different friggin shark that gets killed by the end of each movie! So unless this is some sort of undead vampire shark who can be resurrected let alone is intelligent enough to store memories, plot against the people who killed it, then locate them in order to get its revenge, then the title is a misleading inaccurate load of Kraken shit! Just call it Jaws 4! Sad to say I filled a paragraph already and all I talked about was the title, damn! So now moving on to the story, this rancid chum bucket of a plot consists of Ellen Brody the wife (now a widow) of Martin Brody (protagonist of the first 2 films) is convinced that the shark that died not once but three times is somehow seeking revenge on her family, eventually killing one of her sons and even follows her to the Bahamas! Now if that sounds bad not to worry because the screenwriters then throw in not one but two "Dream Sequence fake outs" that is so friggin cheap! So the plot continues with the rubber shark killing off characters nobody cares about until eventually, the time comes for the remaining cast to kill the Animatronic shit heap. This, of course, leads to three of the most laughably absurd errors you will ever see in your entire life! Michael Caine who has been in the ocean somehow pulls a portable dryer out of his Adam West utility belt and hops over some railingcompletely dry. Can you say continuity error? Next, the shark lets out a roar not once but several times! And as absurd as a shark roaring is, the roar is taken right from a Tom & Jerry cartoon! So finally this ugly hunk of fiberglass and rubber is destroyed when some black guy chewed in half earlier survives even though the shark bit him almost in half where all his vital organs are located!And that ends one of the worst and laughably retarded movies I have ever seen! I could have listed several other errors but I would be writing for a decade! So without further ado, I bestow this turd zero stars!