The Tunnel

The Tunnel

In 2007, in the midst of the drought and water shortages, the NSW State government has unveiled plans to tap into and recycle millions of litres of water trapped in a network of abandoned train tunnels just beneath the heart of Sydney. However the government suddenly goes cold on the plan and it is not made public why. There is talk of homeless people who use the tunnel as shelter going missing, even though the government states that there are no homeless people in there. This, and the silence from the officials and ministers, leads a journalist, Natasha to begin an investigation into a government cover-up. She and her crew Pete (Producer), Steve (Cameraman) and Tangles (Sound Technichian) decide to investigate the story in the tunnel.

An investigation into a government cover-up leads to a network of abandoned train tunnels deep beneath the heart of Sydney. As a journalist and her crew hunt for the story it quickly becomes clear the story is hunting them. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


The Tunnel torrent reviews

The N (ca) wrote: aburridora y ridcula en muchos aspectos.

Lee B (ag) wrote: Well after many bad reviews i wasnt expecting much from this film, but i am happy to say this is an entertaining watch. yes ive played the games which is probably half the reason i enjoyed it, but overall it was good. Olyphant does a very good job as 47, even down to the walk. Okay the only downer on the storyline was the damn love story. 47 is a born and bred killing machine, he wouldnt fall in love. actually also it needed more blood, they should of never cut it again to show less. good watch though.

Jason S (es) wrote: Better than most Sandler trash but nothing special.

Luke B (kr) wrote: As many have noted, this film is not about a man fighting a grizzly bear, despite what the pitch would seem to promise. It's about a man eccentric enough to build a suit for a rematch against a bear that once pushed him over. In other words, it's about a fucking egotistical moron with too much time and money on his hands and a documentary crew giving us the most boring version. It's Moby Dick for rednecks and this time there is no climax. Troy talks about his knives, his father and rambles almost incoherently about an encounter with a bear. He makes a number of suits and there are some funny Jackass like test runs. Had the documentary explored more of the mans psychosis (like the incredible Grizzly Man) it would be of some interest, instead it pats Troy on the head to elicit cheap laughs. You're better off going elsewhere for more intelligent and well constructed documentaries.

bill s (br) wrote: An overinflated thriller that is pulse in this lifeless waltz.

Alex r (es) wrote: Hoosiers is one of the finest sports dramas that have ever been made. The film managed to set the standard for all to follow. I've seen my fair share of sports films, and Hoosiers ranks among the essential films to watch. The film has a simply story, yet has plenty of heart to really make it a standout feature that boasts a great cast of actors headed by Gene Hackman. The film is engaging from start to finish. Hoosiers for me is one of the better films dealing the sport of Basketball. There has been other films tackling the sport, but none has had the power of capturing your attention that Hoosiers. The film, I thought wasn't clichd, unlike every recent genre film. I much prefer this subtle Sports film due to the fact that it doesn't overdo anything. Hoosiers is a well constructed drama that will surely appeal to genre fans, and if you're skeptical about seeing this due to that fact that there have been countless films of the same nature in recent years, well be prepared to enjoy this film as it is a well acted, directed movie that tells a terrific story. Even if you're not a fan of the sport, this is worth seeing due to the cast, its story and its heart. Filmgoers will surely love this movie, and it still is a genre classic that has yet to be outdone. If you love a good, well structured drama, Hoosiers is the film for you. Hackman is terrific in his performance and it adds so much to the overall enjoyment of movie. Hoosiers is a terrific Sports film than anyone can enjoy no matter if you follow the sport or not.

Jack B (us) wrote: My first reaction was this is a 33 year old movie so I should be kind with regard to the "special effects". Also, this movie came out a few years after the "Exorcist" so there must have been some pandering to the whole "Devil" fascination at the time.I got caught up on too many wardrobe details - why the Roman Catholic "nun" and "priest outfits for devil devotees? They left the church but they keep the ridiculous uniforms? The premise of sequestering this young girl from birth and training her was actually a believable storyline. Stuffing the blood-soaked "devil thing" into her cootchie was near laughable - but I reminded myself of the available special effects in 1976. Richard Widmark was wonderful as was Christopher Lee. I was rewarded at the end of the movie with full-frontal nudity as Nastassja was sporting my favorite special effect: "retro-bush". What's not to like about that?

Brandon S (ca) wrote: A relatively good movie, albeit forgettable, that is ultimately undone by it's heavy-handedness.

Anna (au) wrote: This is another great movie to watch with the kids. It keeps you laughing with good "clean" comedy!

Greg W (gb) wrote: even though it pre-dates music videos it was like watching one without the music

CJ C (ca) wrote: One of my absolute faves as a kid. Ms. Marple comes across several bodies while doing a stage play. See with BLITHE SPIRIT for a Margaret Rutherford night. Luv MR always.

Hunter D (us) wrote: While I haven't seen all of his films, I have a hard time believing that the King starred in a better film. It's one of the few times Elvis was paired up with real talent, with CASABLANCA director Michael Curtiz behind the camera and good actors like Vic Morrow and Walter Matthau to work with. It's a handsome-looking movie that is competently made and enjoyable to watch. It's musical status is strange though, it starts off seeming light a straight up musical with numbers, then it reverts to music only showing up in situations where it might show up in real life. It's not a classic film by any means, but it shows what Elvis might've been as a movie star, had he had managers with more artistic integrity in mind.

Walter M (gb) wrote: "God's Country" is an engaging documentary wherein Louis Malle takes a genially respectful look at the small town lives and work of those in Glencoe, Mn, especially the one guy who inseminates cows for a living. In general, he is concerned with how such a homogenous community could exist in such a diverse country as the United States in 1979, with the wounds of the Vietnam War having just healed. To do so, Malle tries to get under the well-manicured lawns with him becoming obsessed with that most American of activies, lawn mowing. And then he returns five years later, to see how much their lives have changed and not changed in differing political circumstances, while also making special note of how much their kids have grown.

Irene C (gb) wrote: Such a weird movie! And Katherine is so freaky in here!

Renee M (br) wrote: I couldn't even finish it.

Mara V (us) wrote: You dont need mor than 75 to explain a story from different angles. Lovely film. Great performances. Accurate use of narrative resources such editing, cinematography, color and music -awww love the score!-Dont miss it. A really must one!

Russ B (kr) wrote: 7/30/2016: I thought this was a really nice movie. It was more drama than comedy, but there were a few laughs. The story was good and the cast was amazing.

Phil H (kr) wrote: Another Pyun film with a good cast roster hmmm this guy reminds me of Uwe Boll in that he makes generally poor films yet somehow manages to recruit good actors most times.Another boring dull film with a plot that really doesn't interest thus you lose the plot out of boredom and not caring. It could of been reasonable sure but it clearly has a very limited budget, has been filmed in the oddest location and having Burt Reynolds ponce around a crumbling run down Eastern European town in his cowboy hat and cowboy boots acting like a 'Walker Texas Ranger' Clint Eastwood wannabe is pretty dumb...yet possibly the best thing in the film.