A jolted West Coast deals with the deadly aftereffects of a massive tremor in this sequel to the disaster drama 10.5. Concerned that a widening fault line may set off two nuclear reactors, seismologist Samantha Hill (Kim Delaney) contacts the president (Beau Bridges). Assembling an expert rescue team, they search for the one man who can help them: Samantha's father (Frank Langella), a scientist who predicted this catastrophe. Dean Cain co-stars.
- Stars:Kim Delaney, Dean Cain, David Cubitt, Oliver Hudson, Garcelle Beauvais, Carlos Bernard, Carly Pope, Barbara Eve Harris, Peter Outerbridge, John Cassini, Melissa Sue Anderson, Tamara Hope, Mark Camacho, Tyrone Benskin, Frank Langella,
- Country:USA, Canada
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10.5: Apocalypse torrent reviews
(mx) wrote: a routine "b" action movie.
(mx) wrote: it's a fucked up movie .. but emily hamsphire is so cute.
(es) wrote: Great film makes sense when you watch first one
(ru) wrote: The ending was the only thing that sucked about this movie. Other than that, its a great movie
(kr) wrote: Suffering reminiscent of the psalms, which is what the late David Foster Wallace observed in Kafka stories, plus some austere slapstick. Haneke's minimal precision amplifies the author's sorrowful episodes. K., the man who may or may not have been hired as the Castle's official land surveyor, pivots between indifferent authority and those who swoon and shudder under his own inexplicable influence. Under winter light, Haneke stages perfectly paced portraits in mortification which reveal God's mystery, His mirth, and Kafka's incomplete though timeless ambition.
(us) wrote: my dad made it so i have to like it, just kidding i think it is a brilliant piece of work with an amazing score
(br) wrote: An engrossing and intense film about the journey of a lifetime, a mission gone horribly wrong and the courage of man to overcome adversity to salvage what could have been a tragedy.
(kr) wrote: Best musical ever and I have no problem saying that as a guy. I grew up watching this movie at my gradparents house
(fr) wrote: Hooker with a heart of gold. How else would an actress score an Oscar back then? Taylor gives her all, and ultimately comes out rather persuasive in a movie that struggles to be persuasive. It's sole focus seems to just be teaching Taylor's call girl a moral lesson. Boring. Still, Taylor's talents manage to shine through and though she may have been a more deserving Oscar winner for Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf, she's no less mesmerizing or pulchritudinous.
(mx) wrote: An Oscar winning film about a WW2 Vet (Spencer Tracy) whose life was saved in Italy by a Japanese American Soldier. The Japanese-American Soldier lost his life in Italy. Spencer Tracy's character goes to the small town of Black Rock to give the Medal of Honor of the Japanese-American Soldier to that Soldiers father. Only to find that the father had been murder by racists because he was Japanese. This is as much a story about people who don't speak out against prejudice and hatred, who allowed the murder to happen than it is about the racist themselves. An interesting film especially considering it was made in 1950's.
(ca) wrote: Excellent movie, needs to be seen on the big screen.
(gb) wrote: Meet Dave is another average alien movie. Like alot of others ailiens come down to earth with a mission, then realise that earth is better than they though it was, and in some cases fall in love with humans. It is very mediokre, and definately not my kind of movie. It has some humour, though most of it awkward and lousy, and I wouldn't reccomend this to anyone above the age of 8. I rated this movie 2 stars.
(us) wrote: Recently separated man is persuaded by his married friends to rent a frat house and after a wild party he is forced to start his own fraternity or move from the premises. This comedy hits the right tone needed for these kind of "Animal House" inspired comedies. This one works because the characters are likable and the audience can relate to their situations.