On a small island off the California coast it's the Fourth of July and tourists are washing up dead in Babylon Bay, once again! In 1987, rumor has it that mysterious sea creatures called Aquanoids were responsible for 17 vicious deaths. The Mayor dispelled the sightings as urban legend to protect the local tourist trade. Join environmental activist Vanessa DuMont as her fight to save the endangered abalone on Santa Clara Island turns into a fight of her life.
- Stars:Laura Nativo, Rhoda Jordan, Edwin Craig, Ike Gingrich, Laurence Hobbs, Suzan Spann, Robert Kimmel, Christopher Irwin, David Clark, Doug Martin, Kari Betizer, Nita Nichols, Ron Petronicolos, Jeff Ryan, Jake Solima,
- Director:Reinhart 'Rayteam' Peschke,
- Writer:Mark J. Gordon, Eric Spudic
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Aquanoids torrent reviews
(br) wrote: Sono tentato di mettergli 8, questo veramente l'Apocalypse Now dei film d'azione o_O ci vogliono i cojones per prendere una saga di serie B dimenticata da tutti e trasformarla in questa roba ribaltando tutto. Tanto di cappello a Hyams jr, ma soprattutto a Van Damme.
(au) wrote: LOVED this movie! Bobby Coleman is great, along with the rest of the cast! It is rare to see a film that can make a kid ask questions that they may otherwise never think to ask.
(es) wrote: Haha. I love this movie.
(br) wrote: It is not easy to successfully make a fantasy-biopic, but Jackson nails it with his visceral eye and personal tone. The true story of two young best friends whose relationship grows dark is a truly breathtaking breath of fresh air. The performances and script are funny, somber and disturbing, all the while managing to stay warm. Bold and brave, complex and horrifying, difficult and rewarding, Heavenly Creatures is cooler and angstier than a costume drama usually is.
(it) wrote: una profesora con muy mal final
(jp) wrote: In this, Anthony Mann's finest Western, Gary Cooper gives the most mysterious and morally ambiguous performance of his career. Cooper finds a dark place inside himself for the role of a reformed outlaw whose criminal past comes back to haunt him, causing both the audience and himself to question if he's really that reformed. In addition to the themes of redemption exercised in Mann's earlier Westerns, this film also explores the death of the old west, exemplified by Lee J. Cobb's scenery-chewing turn as an aged bandit who stubbornly denounces the changing face of the land and the values it stood for. Perhaps the most striking visual metaphor for this concept is the movie's tense climax, which pits Cooper against the bad guys in a deserted ghost town. Ernest Haller's widescreen compositions are to die for.
(jp) wrote: I loved Monsters, Inc., but this was pretty stupid in my opinion.
(es) wrote: It is what it is. An escape disaster adventure movie from stem to stern.
(fr) wrote: once again Tyler Perry proves he's only out for himself making these millennial blaxportation movies. Thanks for keeping the black stereotype alive.