12 to the Moon
A group of twelve international scientists are the first to land on the moon. In their exploration of the surface, they run into all kinds of trouble, including threatening messages from alien life forms residing on the moon. Just a short nine years before the historic moon landing, this film's understanding of the science of space exploration is fantastically simplistic, but this well-made science fiction film holds interest with a strong cast and intriguingly strange events, photographed with great style by John Alton. Ken Clark, Michi Kobi, Tom Conway, John Wengraf, and Robert Montgomery Jr. portray the intrepid scientists.
- Stars:Ken Clark, Michi Kobi, Tom Conway, Anthony Dexter, John Wengraf, Robert Montgomery Jr., Phillip Baird, Richard Weber, Muzaffer Tema, Roger Til, Cory Devlin, Anna-Lisa, Francis X. Bushman,
- Director:David Bradley,
- Writer:Fred Gebhardt (story), DeWitt Bodeen (screenplay)
An international team embarks on an expedition to the moon in an uncommonly spacious rocketship. There they encounter a faceless alien intelligence who conclude that the human race is too ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
12 to the Moon torrent reviews
(it) wrote: The film too good!!! Amir Khan rocks the movie
(kr) wrote: Sharon Gless plays a sassy lesbian. Need I say more?
(kr) wrote: A fairly predictable coming-of-age tale, with an equally foreseeable ending. The acting is very good, which makes the movie worthwhile, but it can be boring at times. Basic premise - main character's mom dies. This leads to the main character making a lot of bad decisions, and ultimately realizing it. Not the most inventive storyline, but it does the job. Jordana Brewster is very hot in this one.
(fr) wrote: Fairly boring with a unsatisfying ending. Very arty and it wasn't that bad but I just wasn't really digging it.
(br) wrote: too slow and bizarre for me... But Tadanobu Asano is a real eye candy. Yumm, yumm
(fr) wrote: not as good as first 1
(kr) wrote: this spike lee joint is really a guys kind of movie. the ladies will probably find it hilarious though.
(mx) wrote: Tequila Sunrise is an entertaining crime thriller that's full of mystery and intrigue. Two former friends, Lt. Nick Frescia and Mac McKussic, find themselves on opposite ends of the law, and engage in a deadly game of cat-and-mouse when Frescia gets wind that McKussic will be making a major drug deal. Mel Gibson, Michelle Pfeiffer, and Kurt Russell form a solid cast and give strong performances. The story is written fairly well and does a good job at building the suspense. Yet, there are some parts of the film (including the last act) that don't work, and come off as a bit forced. Still, Tequila Sunrise is an engaging neo-noir drama with a compelling story and interesting characters.
(us) wrote: Love this film, have not seen it since 1982 or 1983 and it still impressed me...it was great watching the ancestors in film
(es) wrote: Even if you haven't seen Airplane!, Zero Hour! is pretty damn hilarious.
(mx) wrote: A slyly humorous, potent, 70s crime caper dramedy of a swindling couple who meet, pool their skills, get caught, and in their retribution of helping the police find themselves in way over their heads.Pitch perfect performances - a true character study with just the right amount of style, humor, and insight into these lives that you get amped up with them as their situation starts spinning out of control.Bale, Adams, Cooper and Lawrence are marvels of poignancy and sly hilarity.Director O'Russell brings it all together with quirk and authenticity, and a deep, true joy.Despite the bad language, I loved this movie. From the first few minutes, I had a feeling this was going to be good.Enjoy..5 of 5 polyester tuxes
(gb) wrote: Joanna Pacula is beautiful.William Hurt is righteous.
(kr) wrote: While the plot for the movie had a good amount of promise, Dolf's acting and the directors' directing left much to be desired. What CGi there was in the movie was so so. The choice of scenery, or location of the film if you may, was quite nice. I think the worst parts were that Dolf wasn't very heroic, camera was jittery like a hand-held and the plot twists were weak at best.
(gb) wrote: "Citizen Kane" held the #1 spot on Sight & Sounds' "Best films of all time" lists for 5 decades. On top of that, it and "The Godfather" tend to be the 2 go-to films that moviegoers usually pick for the greatest film ever made. In 2012, however, Sight & Sound made the controversial and infamous choice of finally giving another movie its throne. That movie was Alfred Hitchcock's classic, crime film, "Vertigo". I'm not sure if I would rank "Vertigo" that high. However, it's still a very good film and it deserves recognition for a lot of reasons.After a police detective named John Ferguson causes the death of a police officer due to his acrophobia during a rooftop chase, he retires from that job. He is soon hired by a former college acquaintance of his to keep an eye on his wife, because he fears that she might commit suicide as she believes that she is possessed.Around the 80 minute mark, it seemed like the movie was about to end. It seemed as if the climax came to be, and the viewer thought that they knew what kind of film it was going to be. However, the viewer becomes shocked to find out that the film is continuing on. The viewer wonders: "What else do they have left to do?". At first, I thought that the movie was going to lose steam as the final third is, admittedly, a little bit slower than the rest of the film. However, the dream sequence gave me a feeling that I was not wasting my time. It interested me a lot, and I was curious to find out how the movie was going to end. This all led up to a shocking and unexpected ending which left a strong impact on me. The plot twist at the end made the film a lot better, and it encouraged me to watch the film again as I wondered how the movie was going to feel on a 2nd viewing.Looking back at the movie, I noticed how John's acrophobia wasn't present in that many scenes. It was only present a few times in the movie. At first, I thought that it was a bit underutilized. However, after I thought more about how the plot twist at the end effected the film before it, I came to a conclusion that it did not have to be used more than it was. John did not have acrophobia, because Hitchcock simply wanted to add it in for suspense. It was put in the movie as it was essential for the movie's ending to work. If it were to be used any more times in the film, it would've started to feel redundant. Hitchcock did all of the primary tasks with that element without overdoing it.The acting in this film was really good. James Stewart as John Ferguson did a good job as the lead performance. His performance was pretty solid all around. He provided all the emotions and reactions which were required for his role. Nothing more and nothing less. Kim Novak gave a really great performance as well. She played 2 characters who each had different personalities. When she was Madeleine Elster, she played a woman who looked hopeless and terrified. She was able to do it without sounding annoying or over-the-top. When she played Judy Barton, her role seemed more meaty and strong. She did a good job transitioning between both of these characters. As the movie continued on, I started to notice some subtlety in her performance. She clearly stole the show. They were great as the 2 main leads. I had no particular issues with any of the other actors and actresses.The film is also pretty to look at. Views of the city and the streets are gorgeous. Some of the shots show dozens upon dozens of buildings. Those shots are overwhelming. Also, some of the other shots in different places around the city look nice as well such as the art museum and the graveyard. Also, it's hard to forget the opening scene where 3 of the characters were running across the rooftops with the evening sky in the background. Also, there's the haunting camerawork in the dream sequence which gives out an unsettling presence. Out of all of Hitchcock's films that I've seen so far, I like the cinematography in this film the most.In conclusion, this was a well-acted and well-shot crime film which had a very memorable storyline and ending. Is it the best film of all time though? I wouldn't say so. There are deeper films than this one. "Citizen Kane" also has more layers to it and it's a more influential and important film. Also, I enjoyed "Rear Window" a little more than this one. However, this is still a really great film. I can understand why a lot of people like it. It's one of the best Hitchcock films that I've seen so far.
(kr) wrote: A fun 80's movie that includes a young Virgina Madsen & Sherilyn Fenn. I was disappointed to find that the title is very misleading. There are no zombies in this film. Robots maybe but not zombies. Had I seen this movie in the 80's, I would loved it. It is a combination of "Disturbing Behavior" and "The Stepford Wives". Since I have seen both, this movie seemed predictable and a touch corny.