The Third Wave

The Third Wave

Johan Falk hasn't been working for over a year since he resigned from the police. Most of all he wants to move out to the countryside, but fate has a different thought.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:115 minutes
  • Release:2003
  • Language:Swedish,English,German,French,Dutch
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:murder,   hotel,   riot,  

Johan Falk hasn't been working for over a year since he resigned from the police. Most of all he wants to move out to the countryside, but fate has a different thought. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


The Third Wave torrent reviews

Imran H (br) wrote: This movie is a must see and it is available on Netflix! You will laugh and you will cry all at the same time! The Intouchables shares a true story of love friendship and bravery. Officially my number one favorite movie!

Thomas S (gb) wrote: Hahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahah Hahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahah Hahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahah man I love Tallahassee in this movie

Aija K (gb) wrote: Haha, entertaining enough for a boring Sunday. :) The characters are hilarious and it made me laugh several times. I liked Winniefred a lot!

Jayakrishnan R (gb) wrote: 35%Saw this on 13/6/16An overlong narrative mess that doesn't utilise anything that Night Watch had good about it and istead dwells on a boring story which reduces the screen time of some of the cast in the original film and unnecessarily emphasises on characters such as Svetlana. The film kicks up some pace in its last 30 minutes, but even that isn't enough.

Chris C (us) wrote: Highlander II despite the retcon big time never was this painfully low budget and awful. Yes its the adventure of Adrian Paul in the grime filled streets of Bulgaria or Romania of the post- apocalyptic future. Oh, wait that's just how Bulgaria/Romania normally looks like. Bad special effects abound and so do badly acting villians like the guardian who shows just how far this series fell from the Kurgan to the Guardian. By the way Brett Leonard what happen?

neil L (au) wrote: Who doesn't like this?

Kyle V (kr) wrote: My favorite movie ever. Never fails to astonish and entertain.

Borhan K (fr) wrote: Love Lave is a Drama Biopic about one of the first adult movie stars in the 70's. Linda Lovelace that's the name of the character she played.The movie revolves around how she met her first husband and how she fell into the adult film industry.At first I was meh this film is a one time watch deal and has no real meaning to it because my understanding was that it was glorifying the movie she acted in "Deep Throat" This was a shock and Awe movie for its time and everyone seemed to enjoy it. Apparently the movie grossed $600 million and Lind only got $1250 for her part.The actual message of the movie revolves around relationship abuse and domestic violence and how in the 70's it was once you got married that's it you stay with the guy no matter what.After she got out of the adult movie business she became an advocate for domestic violence and protection and how its important to speak out.This movie is worth watching it has the guy from Sex and the City quite fitting Mr Big being in this movie. It has Amanda Seyfried.This is not suitable for the kids adults only.Surprisingly good.

Knox M (ca) wrote: O Brother Where Art Thou? is one of the earliest examples of the Coen Brothers' practicing of what I like to call "cinematic masturbation." Initially performed by Godard with Pierrot Le Fou, this is when a director over-stylizes the material and "masturbates" to their own form. However, for what it does do right: good humor and brilliant cinematography as usual, I enjoy it on a purely guilty level.