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The Temple of Shadows torrent reviews
Edward B (ag) wrote: how can white people be jews it's impossible from what scriptures says
Lukas K (ru) wrote: A brilliant, scary film from always original Tsukamoto.
James G (au) wrote: May you all enjoy a Good Purim!
Seth U (kr) wrote: A truly fun film to watch. Wahlberg in one of his best roles. A comedy about life, and the search for meaning. Fell in love after the first scene and the movie continued to pull me in until the end.
Gav R (gb) wrote: some horrific attacking, bad accents galore and Hugh Jackmans worse role
Lynn N (us) wrote: Again, AP is in it. OF COURSE I WANNA SEE IT.... DUH !!!!! lol
Kade C (br) wrote: An entertaining enough movie, Tangled takes the story of Rapunzel and makes it fun for a modern audience. It's not one of my favorites, but is worth watching if you enjoy the Disney princess films.
bill s (de) wrote: A fusion of sorts with everyone on top of their respective games.
Galen A (ru) wrote: The pan and scan format and crappy picture quality of the copy of this that I saw may have affected my enjoyment a little. It made the film look very unprofessional. Despite that I didn't think a whole lot of this movie. I went out of my way to watch this because I enjoy nightmare horror and dreamlike films in general. This didn't dissappoint as far as strangeness is concerned and has some really cool imagery. It's a very distinctly unique zombie film. It may be too strange though as I thought it was incoherent. It was also poorly acted and melodramatic. All this combined to make something like a 1970's daytime soap directed by Don Coscarelli. Not as cool as it sounds.
Sean C (jp) wrote: I enjoyed this. Haven't seen many of Pasolini's films, but I liked this one. I thought it was actually pretty funny. Terence Stamp seduces every member of this rich Italian family, including the maid (I think it that was the funniest part) then leaves them and they all go crazy. The melodramatic way the despair of losing him for each member is hilarious.
Dave J (us) wrote: Monday, March 31, 2014 (1963) Shock Corridor PSYCHOLOGICAL MYSTERY DRAMA/ SOCIAL COMMENTARY Written and directed by Samuel Fuller, and despite the critical acclaimed rating, I just wanted to say that before I watched this movie, the ending had already been revealed to me way before I had even started watching it, meaning that the surprising ending effect, had been lost way before the movie was even over. Furthermore, the movie already made suggestions sometime at the beginning, about what viewers are going to expect in advanced. It regards an egotistical, ambitious journalist, Johnny Barrett (Peter Breck) attempting to solve an unsolved murder at a mental institution for the prestigious Pulitzer prize as his goal. He does this by pretending to act like one, for the intention of inquiring 3 specific mental patients who were said to be there when the murder occurred. What viewers are going to subject themselves to, are more than a hours worth of insane people screaming and babbling over nothing, just because this is what they do. There's a reason why I'm not a huge fan of these type of movies that dwell much of it's time in insane institutions, and this is precisely the reason. It is because, I as a sane viewer would have to subject myself to a considerable amount of time listening to actors/ actresses acting insane, even when viewers had already figured out the movie's point way before the movie is even over- it's like witnessing unnecessary additional scenes, just because it's supposed to be a two hour movie. Footnote: Although, the movie is initially in black and white, it's dream sequences are in color. 2 out of 4 stars