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20 novembre 2014

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Publié par Veris Tennvic dans Action, Adventure, Drama
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Language: English
Runtime: 138 min
Subtitles: German
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Noah 2014 torrent

Year: 2014
Director: Darren Aronofsky
Genres: Action, Adventure, Drama
Stars: Russell Crowe, Jennifer Connelly, Anthony Hopkins
Review: What was Russell Crowe thinking of choosing to appear in this garbage?Taking away the religious aspect of it and arguing whether its true or not (lol) and treating it purely as a fantasy movie I still dont see who could have liked it.Terrible storyline.Within 5 minutes I was hating it and nothing changed.What was it with the stone men, they look like something out of a movie 30 years ago. Jason and the Argonauts looked as good as that.Terrible.Avoid like the plague, or the biblical flood.


17 octobre 2014

Pompeii 2014 WEB-DL Download

Publié par Veris Tennvic dans Action, Adventure, Drama
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Language: English
Runtime: 105 min
Subtitles: German
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Pompeii 2014 torrent

Year: 2014
Director: Paul W.S. Anderson
Genres: Action, Adventure, Drama
Stars: Kit Harington, Emily Browning, Kiefer Sutherland
Review: Paul W.S. Anderson has never been a director of story or character; instead, as he had demonstrated with five chapters of the Resident Evil franchise, its all about giving his audience the most bang for their buck with pure action spectacle. And just as he did with zombies previously, Anderson spares nothing in recreating the destruction of the ancient Italian city laid to waste by the eruption of Mount Vesuvius in A.D. 72, so rest assured that it does deliver genuine spectacle as it promises.The only catch? The volcano only erupts an hour into the movie, which also means that Anderson has to grapple with his twin Achilles heels of story and character for that same duration. We wont kid you – the wait till fire and ash rains down from the legendary mountain is quite literally a slog. The fault isnt entirely Andersons; though the leaden direction is to blame for the cliché-ridden melodrama, it is the screenwriters Michael Robert Johnson (Sherlock Holmes), Janet Scott Batchler and Lee Batchler (Batman Forever) who are responsible for the utterly pedestrian script and some truly cringe-worthy dialogue.What they have done essentially is to take a gladiator drama and throw in a rich girl/ poor boy romance in the vein of Titanic as a pretext for the inevitable eruption, with the former relatively more fleshed out than the latter. To set the stage, we see a young Celtic boy watching his parents being murdered by the ruthless Corvus (Kiefer Sutherland) and his top soldier Proculus (Sasha Roiz), both Roman guards whom you know the same older boy will come face to face with later on. Fast forward to seventeen years later and the boy named Milo has developed into a strapping gladiator known as The Celt, picked out amidst a grubby Londinium arena for the big league in Pompeii.Milos meet-cute with his romantic interest Cassia (Emily Browning) happens en route to Pompeii, when the latters carriage becomes stuck in the mud and causes one of her horses to suffer a severe fall. In an act of kindness, Milo kills the horse with his bare hands to put him out of its misery, and immediately earns Cassias fondness. Back in Pompeii, Cassias father Severus (Jared Harris) and mother (Carrie Anne-Moss) play host to Corvus and his Roman entourage, whose favour they depend on to fund their plan to revitalise the city by building aqueducts. Turns out however that Corvus is only doing so to force Cassias hand in marriage, whom he unsuccessfully courted while the latter was still back in Rome.In the meantime, Milo forges an acquaintance with Atticus (Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje), one of the fiercest fighters who is according to the law just one fight away from earning his freedom. Needless to say, Atticus soon finds that his masters have no intention of honouring the law, and instead of being opponents, Milo and Atticus team up to rebel against their captors. All this culminates in a nicely shot showdown in the towns coliseum, where Milo and Atticus take on an entire Roman battalion in order to simulate Corvus invasion of the Celtic homeland.From that time on, Andersons best instincts as a filmmaker take over, injecting the moribund proceedings with a much-needed shot of life that immediately jolts his viewer out of his seat. The sight of Vesuvius starting to boil over is a truly humbling one, even more so when it starts to rain fire, rock and lava down on the hapless citizens of Pompeii, not excluding our protagonists. Anderson skilfully cuts between wide shots offering birds-eye views of the scale of the devastation and close-ups of the disaster from the point of view of its victims, and it is to his credit – as well as that of his cinematographer Glen MacPherson and VFX supervisor Dennis Berardi – that we are simply and surely transfixed.Lest you think its all about the volcano, well the calamity turns out to be much more multi-faceted. Besides watching out for fire and rock from above, those looking for a way out of Pompeii are also either swallowed into th…


10 octobre 2014

Noah 2014 garute Download

Publié par Veris Tennvic dans Action, Adventure, Drama
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Size: 815 mb
Files: 3

Language: English
Runtime: 138 min
Subtitles: German
Frame Rate: 23.9 fps
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Noah 2014 torrent

Year: 2014
Director: Darren Aronofsky
Genres: Action, Adventure, Drama
Stars: Russell Crowe, Jennifer Connelly, Anthony Hopkins
Review: If all you are looking for is an extremely strange skewed biblical account a man who has gone clinically insane in a sci-fi other world with giant rock monsters and primitive bazookas, this movie is for you!I dont really know where to start with this movie… maybe the strange hallucinations of an apocalypse befalling meat eating people. Or the incredible technological advancements that never were… or possibly the giant rock angel…things? All in all this movie is what you get when you eat the bible and the scifi channel, puke them out. and add intense CG.Save yourself some money, this is one to rent on a very rainy day after you watched six hours of netflix…


8 octobre 2014

Pompeii 2014 (Eng) DVDRip

Publié par Veris Tennvic dans Action, Adventure, Drama
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Size: 815 mb
Files: 3

Language: English
Runtime: 105 min
Subtitles: German
Frame Rate: 23.9 fps
Video Bitrate: 5428 Kb/sec
Audio Bitrate: 320 kbps
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Pompeii 2014 torrent

Year: 2014
Director: Paul W.S. Anderson
Genres: Action, Adventure, Drama
Stars: Kit Harington, Emily Browning, Kiefer Sutherland
Review: Paul W.S. Anderson has never been a director of story or character; instead, as he had demonstrated with five chapters of the Resident Evil franchise, its all about giving his audience the most bang for their buck with pure action spectacle. And just as he did with zombies previously, Anderson spares nothing in recreating the destruction of the ancient Italian city laid to waste by the eruption of Mount Vesuvius in A.D. 72, so rest assured that it does deliver genuine spectacle as it promises.The only catch? The volcano only erupts an hour into the movie, which also means that Anderson has to grapple with his twin Achilles heels of story and character for that same duration. We wont kid you – the wait till fire and ash rains down from the legendary mountain is quite literally a slog. The fault isnt entirely Andersons; though the leaden direction is to blame for the cliché-ridden melodrama, it is the screenwriters Michael Robert Johnson (Sherlock Holmes), Janet Scott Batchler and Lee Batchler (Batman Forever) who are responsible for the utterly pedestrian script and some truly cringe-worthy dialogue.What they have done essentially is to take a gladiator drama and throw in a rich girl/ poor boy romance in the vein of Titanic as a pretext for the inevitable eruption, with the former relatively more fleshed out than the latter. To set the stage, we see a young Celtic boy watching his parents being murdered by the ruthless Corvus (Kiefer Sutherland) and his top soldier Proculus (Sasha Roiz), both Roman guards whom you know the same older boy will come face to face with later on. Fast forward to seventeen years later and the boy named Milo has developed into a strapping gladiator known as The Celt, picked out amidst a grubby Londinium arena for the big league in Pompeii.Milos meet-cute with his romantic interest Cassia (Emily Browning) happens en route to Pompeii, when the latters carriage becomes stuck in the mud and causes one of her horses to suffer a severe fall. In an act of kindness, Milo kills the horse with his bare hands to put him out of its misery, and immediately earns Cassias fondness. Back in Pompeii, Cassias father Severus (Jared Harris) and mother (Carrie Anne-Moss) play host to Corvus and his Roman entourage, whose favour they depend on to fund their plan to revitalise the city by building aqueducts. Turns out however that Corvus is only doing so to force Cassias hand in marriage, whom he unsuccessfully courted while the latter was still back in Rome.In the meantime, Milo forges an acquaintance with Atticus (Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje), one of the fiercest fighters who is according to the law just one fight away from earning his freedom. Needless to say, Atticus soon finds that his masters have no intention of honouring the law, and instead of being opponents, Milo and Atticus team up to rebel against their captors. All this culminates in a nicely shot showdown in the towns coliseum, where Milo and Atticus take on an entire Roman battalion in order to simulate Corvus invasion of the Celtic homeland.From that time on, Andersons best instincts as a filmmaker take over, injecting the moribund proceedings with a much-needed shot of life that immediately jolts his viewer out of his seat. The sight of Vesuvius starting to boil over is a truly humbling one, even more so when it starts to rain fire, rock and lava down on the hapless citizens of Pompeii, not excluding our protagonists. Anderson skilfully cuts between wide shots offering birds-eye views of the scale of the devastation and close-ups of the disaster from the point of view of its victims, and it is to his credit – as well as that of his cinematographer Glen MacPherson and VFX supervisor Dennis Berardi – that we are simply and surely transfixed.Lest you think its all about the volcano, well the calamity turns out to be much more multi-faceted. Besides watching out for fire and rock from above, those looking for a way out of Pompeii are also either swallowed into th…


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