For close to a decade, professional wrestling fans loved Clash of the Champions, a series of supercards that aired on TBS, featuring the biggest stars of first NWA and the WCW. Over the course of 35 events from 1988 through 1997, fans were treated to championship contests, grudge matches, and spectacular moments. Many of these matches have never been released on home video until now. The Best of the Clash of the Champions, hosted by 3-time NWA World Heavyweight Champion and WWE Hall of Famer, “The American Dream” Dusty Rhodes, will highlight some of the greatest matches in the event’s ten-year history and features fan favorites Ric Flair, Sting, The Road Warriors, Lex Luger, the Four Horsemen, the nWo, and so many more.
WWE: The Best of WCW Clash of the Champions torrent reviews
FoxxPix P (gb) wrote: I thought I wanted to see this but it turns out that the guys who produced it have no idea of how many aspects of our lives were changed by this event. Another bunch of assholes who like to ridicule others with differing opinions.
Matt R (de) wrote: Surprisingly good little drama/action. Jackson was suitable, did his part well, after 25years in jai for murder of his partner he is out and on parole but of course soon winds up, against his will involved in the same shady dealing of 'cons' ... some nice surprises added in too. (Tom Wilkinson popped up as the evil bad guy... he seems to be doing this quite frequently just lately)
Thunder S (ag) wrote: It uses the Comic Sans text font. Take that as you will.
CdricEcgberht N (jp) wrote: I really enjoyed the milf and the terrifying conclusion. Too much blood for me though. I love Ice and I enjoyed the tiny frogs. Can't wait the next one.
Benjamin N (it) wrote: If a monster horror flick shows the monster in the opening minute in full daylight, shitty rubber mask and all, you could imagine that the makers don't really quite know what they're doing.
FilmGrinder S (ca) wrote: 81% Some of the demons looked like Power Ranger rejects, utters then that, I liked it.
Tyree B (jp) wrote: the best funny movie ever
Cody L (de) wrote: Super underrated film.
Patrick T (ru) wrote: alittle too much exaggeration if you ask me
Lindsay R (nl) wrote: A great movies that showed a teen girl who wanted to go to the most popular party but they ways she had to go through to get there ended up not being worth it.
Matt C (ca) wrote: Fantastic film, it's like watching 'The West Wing': JFK Cuban Missile Crisis expansion pack. If you can't handle talkie films then don't even bother opening your popcorn because this is not for you but I found this gripping. Plus it has Costner obviously.
Dyron W (ca) wrote: Wild Wild West is a bloated mess of a movie chock full of lame jokes that desperately tries to emulate Will Smith and director Barry Sonnenfeld's previous success with Men In Black. For those wondering why there's an 80 foot mechanical tarantula in the old west, check out An Evening With Kevin Smith.
Private U (br) wrote: My favorite movie period.
miss m (fr) wrote: One of my favorite Disney movies. Yeah I love cats!
John B (nl) wrote: You can forgive David Niven in the shorty shorts with such a great story to tell. Here we have the ultimate father daughter relationship where party dad lives younger than his age much to the delight of his offspring. when it appears that daddy will actually grow up and start a new life with Deborah Kerr..well..watch the sparks fly. Great Preminger.
James R (es) wrote: A perfect example of why you shouldn't let Roland Emmerich remake a movie.
Francis T (ca) wrote: The segments connecting the three stories won me over, with the poignant mix of music, voicemail messages and pictures perfectly evoking the distance caused by technology.