It's in the Angel City in the year 2247 that enforcer Jack Deth defeats and arrests the villain Martin Whistler and his henchmen, called "trancers". Unfortunately, after Jack retires, Whistler and the trancers break out of prison and travel back time to seek their revenge. Given no choice left, Jack must travel to 1985 to protect his ancestors and ensure that he would be born. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Jack Deth is a kind of cop/bounty hunter in the bleak Los Angeles of the future. He's become obssessed with chasing Whistler - an evil criminal who uses powerful hypnotic powers to convert ...
You may also like
Trancers torrent reviews
Josh R (jp) wrote: Premium Rush may look stupid, and frankly it is. But this is the perfect example of a dumb fun action movie that's...well, fun as hell.Grade: A-
Daniel P (fr) wrote: Strange, beguiling Cronenberg; up there with Crash in terms of weirdness if not quite as powerful or subversive. Cosmopolis feels quite airless - hermetically sealed even - for much of its running time, until a sudden act of impulsive violence unravels everything. It's a hypnotic, slow burning film - one that I can see that I could have had less patience for depending on my viewing circumstances - and one I perhaps admire more than love. It might go without saying at this point in his career, but Robert Pattinson is superb.
Terr T (us) wrote: the story is good, and shows the challenge of what a middle management is facing all the actors are acting their part so well!
Samuel F (es) wrote: It's nothing particularly special or scary, but "The Poughkeepsie Tapes" does stand out from the clutter of found footage films for two reasons: it's realistic, and it's interesting. Whether or not you find TPT scary, it'll grab your attention for the whole of its running time, a feat not matched by other similar films. Give it a watch and see what you think.
Judy Y (ca) wrote: another seagal movie lots of kick [email protected]#.... don't take any names
Deana N (jp) wrote: I rented this on dvd but it's called Sky Kids but in the movie they call them Fly Boys...wondered why they never called the movie by the same name but obviously they have. No idea how this happened.... but after all that it's a good family film.
Mike L (fr) wrote: I think this is the worst film I've ever seen.
Keith L (ca) wrote: Billy Crudup and the late great Dennis Hopper really do Denis Johnson service in this incredible adaptation of the novel... brilliant and sprit-crushing and strange in the best possible ways.
liv c (fr) wrote: teto, pass me a tissue
Hobie P (ag) wrote: This one was great with even more gore boobs & booze!
RoxanaAlice C (kr) wrote: well it was nice but too much violence in the beginning and from the poster i thought it's about the story between a man and woman ..it's quite not.....it's well acted but couldn't get involved emotionally in this story
Dewayne M (ca) wrote: Saw this a long time ago,pretty good car chase movie.
Patrick M (ca) wrote: A light-hearted heist film that has lost much of its appeal over the last 40+ years but remains a minor classic. The acting ranges from rock solid (Ustinov, won an Oscar for it) to complete miscast (Mercouri, the director's wife).
sabrina i (jp) wrote: 'Experiment In Terror' starts off with a bang and manages to grab your attention in the first few minutes. Unfortunately, the film settles into a more leisure pace towards the middle. Perhaps with a few scenes cut the film could have been tighter however despite some shortcomings its still an excellent and stylish thriller/police pocedural. The highlight of the film is the photography. The camerawork created an tense atmosphere with shadows and close-ups. Another highlight is the music by Henry Mancini. It adds to the suspense and creepiness.
Steven B (jp) wrote: great noir and more from the great Robert Wise who I once met
Brian H (us) wrote: The mutant, godawful love-child of Star Wars and The Lord of the Rings. They should've aborted this film during the pregnancy.
Sean M (ag) wrote: Sort of very violent from start to finish.