Title : Sleeping Beauty 2011 DVDRip
Size : 700 MB
Date Realish :2 December 2011 (USA)
Stars: Emily Browning, Rachael Blake and Ewen Leslie
Quality : DVDRip
Sleeping Beauty 2011 Movie Review
Sleeping Beauty 2011, Lucy (Emily Browning) is a young university student possessed by a kind of radical passivity. She lets a flip of a coin decide the outcome of a random sexual encounter and she displays an uncomplaining patience when facing the repetitions of her various menial jobs that fund her studies.
One day she answers an ad in the student newspaper and interviews for a job to be a lingerie waitress. But she is secretly being initiated into a world of strange new work; one where she will have to give into absolute submission to her clients by being sedated; becoming a Sleeping Beauty. Eventually this unnerving experience begins to bleed into her daily life and she finally develops the will to break the spell by discovering what happens to her while she sleeps
Title : Transformers Prime Darkness Rising 2011 DVDRip
Size : 400 MB
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Genre : Animation
Date Realish : 2011
Stars: Peter Cullen, Frank Welker, Jeffrey Combs
Quality : DVDRip
Transformers Prime Darkness Rising 2011 Movie Review
Transformers Prime Darkness Rising 2011, Who would have imaged a toy-line would be more popular now than back in the ‘80s? The three Transformers movies have made billions in the last few years. It’s only natural that the TV series gets revived since toy manufacturer Hasbro owns The Hub cable channel. Transformers Prime uses CGI to continue the adventure of the alien robots that can transform into cars and other devices. Transformers Prime: Darkness Rising edits together the introductory mini-series into a movie.
Transformers Prime Darkness Rising 2011, The Decepticons have been laying low for three years. That doesn’t mean the Autobots have declared victory. They’re searching the countryside for the mysterious element Energon. Cliffjumper (voiced by Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson) stumbles across a large deposit of Energon which would normally be a good thing. Except it turns out the Decepticons have also located it. He can’t put up too much of a battle against an overwhelming enemy force. The Decepticons have evil plans involving Dark Energon. They want to create a race of zombie robots to do their bidding. They also plan on bringing Megatron back to Earth. It’s a major nightmare for Optimus Prime. He can’t allow it. Luckily he has three plucky kids to assist in his battle. The kids help the audience relate to a world of living machines.
Transformers Prime: Darkness Rising plays better than the last Michael Bay trainwreck involving the characters. The new CGI kids are more tolerable than the forgettable actress Bay hired to replace Megan Fox. The cartoon might be a little bit shocking for small eyes since the opening includes the abrupt end to one of the characters at the hands of the Decepticons. Although judging from the way toddlers destroy toys, maybe it isn’t such a revolting concept to them. Transformers Prime isn’t a secondary entertainment for fans.
Title : The Prodigies 2011 BluRay 720p
Size : 600 MB
Genre : Animation | Sci-Fi
IMDB Rating : 6.1
Date Realish : 2012 (USA)
Stars : Jeffrey Evan Thomas, Lauren Ashley Carter and Moon Dailly
Quality : Bluray 720p
The Prodigies 2011, An enormous wasted opportunity. That is the best way to sum up Antoine Charreyron’s The Prodigies, an animated feature with an intriguing premise but a horrible, horrible script that doesn’t know what sort of movies it wants to be for what sort of audience and collapses entirely under a ridiculously over complicated plot and complete lack of character development.
The story goes like this. We begin with Jimbo as a young teen. He’s an obviously intelligent young man but stuck in an abusive home and it takes just moments before his father is throwing his mother down the stairs and laying the belt on to Jimbo – an act of violence that flashes to white and somehow ends with Jimbo’s parents dead and Jimbo locked away in an asylum claiming that he killed them both despite obvious signs of it being a murder suicide. It would be a long life in confinement for Jimbo if not for the arrival of Mr Killian – a wealthy philanthropist who claims to share Jimbo’s gift and who whisks the boy out of hospital care to raise him as his own son.
Jump forward a decade or so. Jimbo is now a young man, lecturing at Killian’s university and overseeing a secret program to search for more youngsters with the same gifts carried by himself and Killian. And after years of nothing he succeeds – turning up five teens simultaneously around the nation. And so off he heads to round them up. And then things get just plain silly.
Kids come back to New York, Killian dies, funding slashed. Faced with sending the kids back to their own lousy homes Jimbo instead suggests funding the program with a reality TV show. About smart kids. Which works but also leads to the kids being assaulted in Central Park and one of them raped into a coma. The TV network hushes the whole affair up and, after discovering a videotape of Jimbo in the asylum talking about wanting to take revenge on the world, the four conscious kids decide to do just that, with things escalating to the point that they eventually take control of the US President and launch a nuclear attack on New York City.
Problems? Pick one. Logic problems, plot holes and enormous leaps to ridiculous conclusions abound. The film is far too violent to play for children and far too clumsy to play for anyone with any sort of critical faculties. The very elements do not mesh together at all and, critically, there is zero attempt whatsoever to establish the individual characters of any of the titular five prodigies at all. Zero. At its most basic level this boils down to a story about angry teens trying to blow up twenty million people because they’re mad at a small handful with no attempt ever made to justify that radical escalation and with none of them ever questioning even remotely if all of this killing might be a bad idea. These aren’t fleshed out characters. They’re not even caricatures. They’re just pixels being shoved around to hit a sequence of badly thought out and poorly connected plot points.
That The Prodigies will receive a large scale release in France is inevitable. The companies involved are too big and the investment too large for it to be otherwise. But I will be shocked beyond words if it receives even a marginal release in most other territories because it is simply not a good movie and its inclusion here says that the Cannes organizers clearly do not think very highly of the teen audience it was targeted to.
Title : Earth’s Final Hours 2011 BluRay 720p
Size : 700 MB
IMDB Rating : 7.9
Date Realish : 1 February 2012 (USA)
Stars: Hamza Adam, Julia Benson and Cameron Bright
Quality : BluRay 720p
Earth’s Final Hours 2011 Movie Review
The good guys get the map coordinates for the remote satellite control location and enter them into a GPS mounted in an SUV. But by the time they get the coordinates, almost all of the satellites in orbit have been damaged or destroyed. Since all GPS map units need signals from at least 3 satellites to obtain a location, it should have been impossible to obtain an accurate map.
Plot: After dense matter from an imploded white hole hits Earth, the planet’s rotation is devastated. A group of government agents must locate a lost satellite network that is the world’s only hope for survival.
Story: After dense matter from an imploded white hole hits Earth, the planet’s rotation is devastated. A group of government agents must locate a lost satellite network that is the world’s only hope for survival.
Josée Bernard known as co-executive producer
Tom Berry known as executive producer
Lisa M. Hansen known as executive producer
Paul Hertzberg known as executive producer
John Prince known as producer
FullCast & Crew:
Hamza Adam known as Lt. Reid
Julia Benson known as Chloe Edwards
Cameron Bright known as Andy Streich
Sage Brocklebank known as Security Guard
Hiro Kanagawa known as Tech
Robert Knepper known as John Streich
Michael Kopsa known as Lockman
Julia Maxwell known as Michelle Fulton
Gardiner Millar known as Scientist
David Richmond-Peck known as Edward Leary
Jeff Sanca known as Agent 2
Jennifer Shirley known as Assistant / Ally
Ben Wilkinson known as Guard
Alex Zahara known as Agent Massie
Bulent Hasan known as storyboard artist
Earth’s Final Hours (TV 2011) Company
Third Planet Productions
Distributors: Cinetel Films (2011) (worldwide) (all media) (excluding Canada)
Title : The Hunters 2011 DVDRip
Size : 450 MB
Genre : Horror
IMDB Rating : 6.9
Date Realish : 27 December 2011 (USA)
Stars : Steven Waddington, Tony Becker and Dianna Agron
Quality : DVDRip
The Hunters 2011 Movie Review
The Hunters 2011, in cinemas october 6, I have always found that there is a rough honesty behind Williem Dafoe, that can transcend almost any character. The type which may call for an isolated soul, a marginal outsider to come into the community to see their flaws, and be brave enough not only to demand chance, but to brace it upon themselves.
The kind of character that can change the world, knowing beneath that they will lose everything of themselves in the battle. That kind of character is Martin, a mercenary scientist (Hunter) sent in search of the extinct Tasmanian Tiger. A man alone, with nothing but simple possessions and the temptation of money to guide him, Martin accepts the challenge with the condition that he be left alone. There is a feeling though, that the powerful company that has assigned him this project has too much at stake to leave it to a single individual who has little to lose.
However, there is much more to the isolated township than the possibility of finding hidden treasures. The townsfolk are lost in anger, and frustration which creates further marginatisation for outsiders. They know the agenda, and seem ready to defend what may well be rightfully theirs.
Yet, aside from the handful of assaults perpetrated against Martin to scare him away, and his lone journeys into the Tasmanian wilderness to find his prey. Martin’s story is a journey of discovery. Of one man’s understanding of what is really important in life, and the sacrifices we must often make in order to find ourselves on the right path.
Ergo, Dafoe’s ability to morphe from a solitary man, to the only man that can bring justice to the world.
Directed by Daniel Nettheim and based on the novel ‘The Hunter’ by Julia Leigh. It also stars Sam Neill and Frances O’Connor.
Title : The Flying Swords of Dragon Gate 2011 DVDScr
Size : 500 MB
Genre : Action | Adventure
IMDB Rating : 7.1
Date Realish : 22 December 2011 (Australia)
Stars : Jet Li, Siu-Wong Fan and Xun Zhou
Quality : DVDScr
The Flying Swords of Dragon Gate 2011 Movie Review
The Flying Swords of Dragon Gate 2011 Inn expands upon the mythos created in the earlier two films, and throws in a lot more formidable characters as well as their respective selfish objectives and missions, starting with the lead character of Zhou Huai’an (Jet Li), a vigilante in the Ming Dynasty responsible for a spate of killings of corrupt court officials. With the King forming the East and West Bureaus in the same fashion as the FBI and CIA respectively, an incredible set action piece that serves as a prologue has Zhou dispatching the head of the East Bureau in a special appearance by the legendary Gordon Liu, to make the case of how powerful Zhou is with his lightning quick reflexes and special moves that we don’t see much of, and gets that special effects boost as well.
You see, Zhou disappears for about more than half the movie, which is a pity since Jet Li’s star billing is used everywhere. Like a wandering swordsman who pops up every now and then to help the poor and the weak, the damsel in distress here is a palace handmaiden (Mavis Fan) who is on the run for carrying what would be the Dragon baby, impregnated by a naturally lecherous Emperor whose concubine sets the entire plot in motion for wanting any female with the possibility of producing a bloodline to the throne terminated. With Yu Hua Tian (Chen Kun), the head of the West Bureau her pillow partner, the game is afoot when the handmaiden gets rescued by Ling Lanqiu (Zhou Xun), the female equivalent of Zhou Huai’an whose brooding demeanour hints at a past romantic liaison with Zhou, and who harbours some secrets of the infamous Dragon Inn which is now populated by rag tag characters.
There are subplots galore in the film, whose screenplay is also written by Tsui Hark, that will call for your utmost attention in order to keep pace and make sense of it all, some properly developed while others relying on your past knowledge of the Dragon Inn mythos as foundation in which this retelling is based on, allowing you to connect the dots why certain events are done the way they are now. For instance, in Hu’s original film, there are bloodlines on the run which get congregated at Dragon Inn(The Flying Swords of Dragon Gate 2011), and this one loosely follows that rationale. And for once, we know why various groups descend upon this inn in the middle of nowhere, if not for the very ordinary reason of having treasure buried somewhere in the midst of the vast wasteland, and to hunt for it meant to exploit the tunnels beneath the inn, make sense of some inscribed couplets, and depending on 1 in 60 years (not 1 in 50 years ponding in Singapore mind you) geographic events to allow all the cards to fall into place.
However, like all great martial arts epic, the fun always lies with the villains, and Flying Swords boasts a memorable number of them. Chen Kun’s Yu Hua Tian has in possession the title Flying Swords that brings back the hey days where gimmicky weapons are the order of the day in swordfighting films, and is himself an adversary who knows no mercy. His double role here makes this almost like a Chen Kun starrer, and a well deserved one for the performance put in as characters on either side of the fence. His cronies too are as bad as bad can be, and are exponents in their own right, with Fan Siu Wong as the masked Ma Jing Liang, and the Western Bureau second in command Tan Lu Zi (Sheng Jian) who unfortunately gets outfoxed most of the time.
As a martial arts film, Flying Swords of Dragon Gate has enough variance in its fighting stances and styles, and to exploit 3D, naturally has stocked up on its flying dagger numbers to provide for those throw-toward-the-screen moments. It’s quite hit and miss here, as some effects were wondrously too rich and too artificial that takes you out of the movie and may look more in place in a science fiction film instead, while others are done just right to blend in with the period surroundings. With a number of Chinese films these days just slapping on special effects like it was butter on bread (Culprits being films like Legendary Amazons, The Sorcerer and White Snake which also starred Jet Li, and just about every period flick coming out in the last year or two), this one may have to convince those who are turned off by the earlier shoddy productions.
Tsui Hark continues to reinvent himself with each technological leap, with his Zu Warriors of the Magic Mountain (1983, not the 2001 monstrosity), the Once Upon a Time in China series, and now with Detective Dee leading the charge and sealing the deal for his comeback, Flying Swords may just be that magic ticket Tsui Hark needs to re-establish himself as one of the greats in Asian cinema after a woeful past decade. It may not be an instant classic, but Flying Swords does have the necessary ingredients to make it amongst the game changing tent- poles of the genre.
Title : Division III Football’s Finest 2011 DVDRip
Size : 700 MB
Genre: Comedy | Romance | Sport
IMDB Rating : 7.1
Date Realish : 2011
Stars: Andy Dick, Marshall Cook and Bryan Callen
Quality : DVDRip
Division III Football’s Finest 2011 Movie Review
This ensemble comedy follows the Pullham University Bluecocks, a small liberal arts college with a Division III football program (the lowest division in the NCAA).
When the head coach unexpectedly dies, the future of the flailing football program is in jeopardy, as they have not had a winning season in decades. In a desperate attempt to create some media attention for the athletic program and the university, President Georgia Anne Whistler hires known lunatic and felon, Coach Rick Vice, for what could be the football programs final season.
Vice, an overly aggressive redneck racist, quickly becomes the team’s and athletic director’s worst nightmare. Vice especially butts heads with Mitch DePrima, a reluctant quarterback who was drawn to the college thinking he would play ball as a big fish in a small pond, only to find himself riding the bench in his final year. Navigating between an insane coach.
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