In the near future, a company called Xchange owns a mind transference technology that enables instantaneous travel by swapping bodies with someone at the destination. A member of the privileged corporate class ("Corpie") Xchanging for the first time unwittingly switches bodies with a terrorist. Forced to hide in a limited life span cloned body with just 2 days remaining, he races against time to stop the terrorist and regain his body.

In the future, where it's faster to travel by exchanging bodies with someone at the destination, a man's body is hijacked by a ruthless terrorist. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Xchange torrent reviews

Arnie B (es) wrote: I'm a huge fan of Shane Dawson, I've been watching his videos for the past 5 years. If you're a Shane Dawson fan and like his since of humor you'll probably enjoy this movie, if you don't like his comedic style this is NOT the movie for you

Truman H (ca) wrote: When i thought it was just the halfway the movie, it came to an ridiculous ending...XDDon't expect too much!

Faisal M (jp) wrote: Another great work by Madhur Bhandhar.. showing the life in Jail. Neil Nitin wasnt bad and great supporting by bajpai and arya babbar. Mudgdha was wasted (she was great in fashion). Overall, as expected, a great movie by the directir, as always!

David W (it) wrote: Joe Strummer is hands down my personal hero.

Storm V (it) wrote: Wow, really really bad. Ron Jeremy though, which is weird. Go from the Boondocks Saints to this. Like, a softcore porno with bad, fake gore. There are some funny lines like, "We'll turn Cookie into a snack." "dingle berry." "Jive Turkery" A fat girl goes for a doughnut on a string? Whenever someone gets a boner there's a boing sound effect. When Andre throws a knife into someone, he does a goal sign with his arms. It's down right ridiculous. Looks like it was done in an afternoon.

Ryan L (ag) wrote: Absolutely terrible movie, but the Spanish guy in jail salsa dancing while singing "the Hanukkah Song" is in the top 5 funniest things that has ever happened anywhere ever and completely validates the existence of this film.

Zandra E (us) wrote: This documentary is absolutely gut wrenching. It is amazing what people can walk by and ignore. It is amazing how people can beat children in such an inhumane way. This film seriously broke my heart.

Brandon E (mx) wrote: I grew up watching this movie. Of course its dumb but its a good movie. But I love it.


Golia K (es) wrote: Two out of three ain't bad.

Stacey W (br) wrote: LOVE IT. Anime at it's best, one of my childhood favorites.

Joshua B (it) wrote: I remember this movie because my brother was the one who had it but I can't remember what happend to it...lol

Mini S (ca) wrote: absolutely stunning! Every frame was eye candy, I totally recommend it!

Andy F (jp) wrote: Was probably too young to watch this, but what I remember in the re-occurring nightmares that is time for a second viewing

Justin S (gb) wrote: Popular front collaborative propaganda? Why not.

Eva H (au) wrote: A beautiful movie (which is actually totally different from the real story of the queen of sweden) where Garbo must chose between her country and her duty by birth to it, and true love.

Jonny P (us) wrote: Many have called "Bull Durham" the best sports movie ever but that's a load of... "bull." I look at true sports stories like "Miracle" and "The Blind Side," or fictional sports stories like "Hoosiers" and "Rocky," and I wonder how anybody can be impressed with this film. It was a good movie, but was a big disappointment since I was expecting "the best sports movie ever." Now that I have been clear on my stance in the contention for being "the best sports movie ever," there are a lot of great things to be said about this film. First, the film offers a lot of insight into the psyche of a baseball pitcher. Kevin Costner is the perfect strategist as he teaches a hotheaded pitcher not to over think his pitches. He was cast for his athleticism and actually hit two home runs with the cameras rolling. He played this role to perfection, but the love story and Susan Sarandon's character just got in the way. I suppose that there has to be some x-factor to create competition between the players (other than their egos), but there is so much sex that it became unappealing. If I was expecting a romantic comedy, it would have been one thing. But when you are expecting "the best sports movie ever," it seems like there should be more sports. Next, this young Tim Robbins was very memorable. I never realized that he was so tall, but his 6'5 stature played well with his lightning-fast-but-erratic-pitching-accuracy. I also think it is cool that the writer was a minor league baseball player and brought his own experiences into this screenplay. The realism is there - it is just unfortunate that so much of this film took place off of the field and in the bedroom. I would definitely recommend "Bull Durham" to any sports fan, as long as they are prepared for the sexual content and are not expecting "the best sports movie ever."

Dan H (br) wrote: I expected way more with these two great funny men.

N M (gb) wrote: It's funny how he turned her out in the film but in real life she turned him out but good.