The Returned

The Returned

In a post-zombie world, where the infected live normal lives, their retroviral drug is running out.

After the dead zombie virus had spread throughout the world, people had found a unique way of treatment. It is called "protein back from the death" which could be imprisoned inside the virus’s host. When being injected daily, the "returner" could live as never bitten, although the virus still lived in their veins. When people found that the protein reserves were diminishing, chaos immediately started. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


The Returned torrent reviews

Damir A (es) wrote: Love the Department Q series of books and this film based on the first novel is excellent. Well worth a watch by fans of police procedurals.

Ingela A (au) wrote: When 16-year-old Sokvannara Sar, a charismatic Cambodian with a gift for his native folk dances, arrived in New York City in 2001 as the protg of Anne Bass, he had never seen ballet-and wasn't that stoked about it. "This ballet thing is going to turn me into a duck," he remembers thinking. "I don't think I want to do this." It's a sentiment Sar repeats throughout Dancing Across Borders, and it is to first-time director Bass's credit that she marked his ambivalence in this otherwise blithely tone-deaf ode to her own generosity and that of dance instructor Olga Kostritzky. There are several uncomfortable factors at play in the story of Sar's success-the clear class and culture shock; the pressure to compress 10 years of ballet training into three lest he lose his patron's attention-but Bass, enamored of his talent and determined to shape it to her liking, elides every one. Instead, we get white folks ruminating lyrically on the peasant Asian's role as a kind of grand jet bridge between East and West, and long performance sequences that are dazzling to behold but quite troubling to contemplate.

Mercedes M (br) wrote: I just loved David Henrie. Overall, the movie was alright.

Anonymous W (au) wrote: It has a good plot going for it and I like that it came across realistic than like a fairytale, it has its cheesy moments, but it somehow draws your interest, has more depth than most chickflicks of its kind. Disappointingly though it started out really interesting but ended up with too many unnecessary close calls which ruined it for me, this is where less drama is better, make it seems like its trying too hard, and somehow embrace all it was avoiding in the start, but this was still a really good watch. (The desciption of the movie is not accurate!).

Nathan N (fr) wrote: I haven't thought about this movie in years.

Randy T (es) wrote: An underrated, under-hyped spaghetti western featuring Lee Van Cleef in an unusually empathic role. Nice direction and scoring compensates for some shaky camera work.

Nadeem M (us) wrote: Fine piece of wartime cinema from Carol Reed, displaying the now much-used formula of raw recruits being trained, then being called into action. Amazing that this film was made during the war. Thought it was a little long but Reed keeps things interesting until the end.

Iy L (mx) wrote: I really want to see this it looks awsome!!! :D

Lee M (es) wrote: Ned Beatty gives a great performance in the Ireland-set charmer.

Tom K (de) wrote: A master class in how not to make a movie. There was probably a cut, on average, every second. As if the horrific plot and acting weren't enough to make you throw up, the awful directing certainly will. But what else can you expect from a guy who claims his last name is "Megaton"? This man should be prosecuted by The Hague for crimes against humanity. Please, don't allow this monster to harm another poor, defenseless camera.

Jude P (jp) wrote: Hope the sport events not shown closely, else a perfect movie.

Evi P (ru) wrote: Painters, clans, art lovers and a detective. Feels a little like "ocean's 11", a little like "girl with a pearl earing", only this is a documentary, not fiction

Johnny T (us) wrote: The movie advances in a tantalizing fashion, supplying information obliquely, suggesting as much as it tells, and everything leads up to a climax that is as horrifying as it is probably inevitable. Director George Sluizer unfolds his story with non-hysterical -- but nonetheless unnerving -- precision. Vanishing is refreshingly free of manipulative scenes involving running bath water, jagged-edge cutlery and bunnies in the saucepan. In an unusual tack, the movie reveals the likely perpetrator almost immediately. "Vanishing," almost scientific in approach, reserves its suspense, not for the who, but rather the what and why. In another unusual development, the movie takes significant time visiting with the stranger, revealing his eerily normal family life. Sluizer adapted the film, but he takes a more non-linear approach than the book, which heightens the story at strategic moments to build suspense. Sluizer's direction is seamless throughout, effortlessly juggling domesticity and damnation as it ploughs inexorably towards an appaling dnouement. Mr. Sluizer, whose direction has the spooky precision of nonfiction crime writing and whose matter-of-factness makes the characters seem quite real, builds a disturbing horror story from seemingly modest beginnings. A clinical, maddening descent into the mind of a serial killer and a slowly unraveling hero.VERDICT: "High-Quality Stuff" - [Positive Reaction] This is a rating to a movie I view as very entertaining and well made, and definitely worth paying the full price at a theatre to see or own on DVD. It is not perfect, but it is definitely excellent. (Films that are rated 3.5 or 4 stars)