The Torch

The Torch

The story of a fear-inspiring revolutionary general who develops a passion for the daughter of a wealthy villager. It's hate at first sight so far as the girl is concerned, but this will soon change.

A revolutionary and his band take over a small Mexican town. The townspeople begin to take sides over whether to fight him, join forces with him or just try to get along with him. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


The Torch torrent reviews

Sachin S (ca) wrote: Very subtle warm theme of two diverse cultures discovering their similarities and congruence in lives as conservative Americans. Good acting and great storyline and editing.

Fleming J (br) wrote: A funny late night comedy movie.. Good for a watch with friends. Would you mind joining the Cougar club if its really there? 'No'? Then you should watch this movie. I liked it.

Michael M (mx) wrote: Bionicle 3 is probably regarded as the most well defined of the 4 Bionicle movies and i agree it's Action packed like it's two predecessors, and the main Characters feel even more relatable because they have been violated and corrupted by evil forcesin a way this is the best of the 4 movies as it has a more solid plot and the heroes feel like they are in LEGIT dangerthis is less a toy commercial and more an ACTUAL movie

Eric R (es) wrote: Let's say all 4 Japanese Ringu films and both American Ring films make a complete circle, a "ring" if you will. If that ring represents a fertilized egg then this little film Rings is out by itself, a bastard little sperm that didn't win the race to fertilize the egg and is left to die and rot. Rings, as you can tell, is completely forgotten about today and it seems like it was made to be a quick gimmick and to quickly die. This short film was filmed in conjunction with The Ring Two to bridge the events of The Ring to the opening of Ring Two. It was released on DVD right before the second hit theaters and to me it just seemed like a quick money grabbing idea by the filmmakers.The story of this short 16 minute film is basically a video journal of a teenager named Jake, who is shown the cursed tape of Somara. It seems that the cursed tape has become a real phenomenon among teenagers who like viewing the tape to experience all the strange visuals. These teenagers form groups which guarantee your survival by setting up someone to see the tape before your seven days are up. Jake's friends are real jackasses though and leave him high and dry to die as they want to see what happens on the seventh day. Desperate to live Jake starts calling around school trying to find someone else to pass the curse onto.The film does have a lot of interesting visuals and camera shots but plot does break some rules established in The Ring. The idea have having the cursed tape becoming a popular phenomenon among teenagers is interesting and would be better off exploring in a full length film but overall this "tie-in" to connect the stories of The Ring and The Ring Two is rather pointless. I do have to laugh at the people who bought this DVD when it was first released as it was re-released on the unrated edition of the The Ring Two DVD. Oh, you have to love money grabbing Hollywood sometimes!

Dave J (kr) wrote: Friday, November 1, 2013 (1991) Omen IV- The Awakening HORROR Considering what I seen already from "The Omen" movies thus far, this one has to be the worst one yet. Upon watching this movie is like watching "The Omen" movies all over again except that the makers want to use a little girl this time instead of a little boy. This made-for-TV movie sort of takes off from where the last one had ended... and I mean sort of, with councillor running for office along with wife conveniently adopting a baby partly orchestrated by some crazy nuns and a family physician a baby who happens to inherit some of the traits as Damien- whose the son of Satan. And because I had seen the first three movies, it should already be predicted that the baby this new couple had adopted had some connection to the last "Omen" film which Damien was killed, but viewers are then oblivious on whether or not the lady who killed him was carrying his baby or not. And this movie takes it's sweet time to reveal this to us until near the end even though viewers suspected it. And I have to say that as a result of that makes the film a little too long. I first want to say that theirs simply no logic whatsoever that if it's suspected that a lady who's a normal human being possibly would want to be carrying a child from an 'evil' person whose known to commit evil acts in the past who are known to be serial killers or some other heinous despicable person, any female would do whatever it takes to prevent that child from being born. It's like ladies having babies from Ted Bundy, Charles Manson or John Wayne Gacy. I, as a viewer would like to know how it came about that this lady from the last "Omen" movie wanted to carry Damien's child for what we get here instead is only that it's a revelation which may be similar to "Rosemary's Baby" all over again for that it may be orchestrated that way. Because it's a made for TV movie, the first couple of people were killed by means of heart attacks whereas there's no motive nor do viewers understand the reasons why- one involves a priest who's about to baptize little Delia- the other one is the nun. The other thing that's stupid is the way the detective was killed since all Delia (Asia Vieira) had to do was look at his business card without having to look at what he looked like since many people could also have the same name as him as well. Yes, it's like watching "The Omen all over again but in a made for TV kind of level which asks the question do viewers need to this... again. 1 star out of 4

Andrew K (ag) wrote: You can't call yourself a true fan of the fantasy genre until you've seen this movie. The aura is at times dark, but overall it's a great children's film.

Greg W (gb) wrote: lame Italian 'Mad max' knockoff

Peter S (br) wrote: Perfect Roy Sheider and 1981 Pontiac Turbo Trans-Am.

Rod A (de) wrote: The fruits of this movie are a challenge to recognize because there's a lot of distraction thrown in the viewer's face. In the end, this is a movie about the optimism and disappointment of relationships. Peter Finch and Glenda Jackson do a wonderful job of evoking vulnerability and toughness. As I watched this film, I felt as if I was reading their diaries. It's odd to think that Schlesinger is the same director who brought us Midnight Cowboy. Both films cover similar territory, yet the American film is much more brash. This one is much more quiet and perhaps even more devastating.

Sharmin D (jp) wrote: The loss of so many in one generation is well explored. Takes a careful emotional line between the resolute 'stiff upper lip' and shattering despair.

Brian P (gb) wrote: silly, quite funny, very entertaining.