After Earth

After Earth

One thousand years after cataclysmic events forced humanity's escape from Earth, Nova Prime has become mankind's new home. Legendary General Cypher Raige returns from an extended tour of duty to his estranged family, ready to be a father to his 13-year-old son, Kitai. When an asteroid storm damages Cypher and Kitai's craft, they crash-land on a now unfamiliar and dangerous Earth. As his father lies dying in the cockpit, Kitai must trek across the hostile terrain to recover their rescue beacon. His whole life, Kitai has wanted nothing more than to be a soldier like his father. Today, he gets his chance.

Film tells about the young man and his father Kitai Raige Cyphe. They are on a space ship and then be crashed and stuck in Earth deserted, where over a millennium ago humans evacuated to avoid the Cataclysm. Cypher seriously injured after the collision so Kitai has to engage by himself in a difficult and dangerous journey to send SOS. During the journey, Kitai faces to the new rulers of the earth with the new ferocious animals. Cypher and Kitai learn how to fight and trust each other for a chance to return home. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


After Earth torrent reviews

Bill K (fr) wrote: I thought this movie was delightful. Great lovable characters, funny, and many of the kids comments I could hear from my own kids. If you don't laugh at the poop scene and the glass of fat on the boss, you have no sense of humor.

FiV (de) wrote: Amusing satire of a time that now feels distant; of the struggles between the Solidarnosc movement and the communists; of the declaration of the martial law, and of many little nuances of the Polish tradition that seem as important and omnipresent today as they were thirty years ago...

Russell S (jp) wrote: With a cripling budget it's amazing that this movie is even as watchable as it is. The script is somewhat clunky and the big action scenes simply do not have the scope they require. What's there is certainly ok if taken at face value. Not a terrible movie just very "undernourished".

Avigdor S (it) wrote: Sergei Urusevski's work is from another planet. He is genius.

chase (jp) wrote: one of the best in the series for sure. strays from the formula enough to keep things interesting.

Russ B (es) wrote: 1/9/2016: maybe not as good as the first two, but still funny as hell!

Scott R (mx) wrote: Good story, but a bit weak in the telling. I did like seeing Theron as a drunk though. I have a hard time taking Gooding seriously, perhaps it's because he seems arrogant even when he tries not to be? De Niro was good.

Keegan K (ag) wrote: Very good movie! Obviously a chick flick but one that has a really good story, even if it is slightly improbable. One of those feel-good movies but one that takes a while to develop and you are waiting and waiting and waiting for this one moment that happens at the end of the movie. Great cast and fun characters. Definitely worth another watch!

Dustin G (br) wrote: Deathgasm is a really, really fun movie. Anyone in love with metal will get an extra kick out of it of course, but even those of us who aren't will have a lot of fun with this splatterfest. Fast paced, touching, gory as hell, and well made (and very well acted), this may be the best Evil Dead 2 movie since Evil Dead 2. Or the best Dead Alive (Braindead) movie since Dead Alive. Take your pick.Deathgasm was one of the funnest horror movies of 2015. It was also one of the bloodiest, and one of the loudest. And I mean that literally, as the film revolves around a group of metalheads who play a 'black hymn' they found under unscrupulous circumstance. As a result, they unwittingly open a portal to hell, allowing demons to infect the population of their sleepy New Zealand township, forcing them to take action, bloody, gory, gooey action, against the beasts and drive the boss demon back into the fiery pit below. So what's not to love? Metalheads will love it because it worships all things metal, and, you know, because of the hell stuff, and horror fans will love it because of how goddamn gory it is and because it features some of the most inventive and impressive kills of the year. Those looking for a true scare, or an arthouse horror with a slow burning buildup and an ambiguous ending, ain't gonna find it here. This is horror a la Evil Dead, this is the horror Peter Jackson started out with, before drowning himself in Oscars and Hobbits. But this is, crucially, lest you fear nothing but red paint and sausage links, horror with a heart. Yes, there is heart here. There are coming of age-isms and scenes of the true frustration of young love, betrayal and redemption. And theres a credit sting here that will literally lift you up (and, hopefully, point to a sequel. There has to be a sequel).New Zealand has a rich history of horror, and Deathgasm (and the recent What We Do In The Shadows), adds to that history with gleeful aplomb. A fitting tribute and a heavy hammer.