Asteroid vs. Earth

Asteroid vs. Earth

When a shower of massive meteors threatens an extinction level event on Earth, the world's greatest minds devise a dangerous plan that will take the planet off its axis in order to avoid the impact.

When a shower of massive meteors threatens an extinction level event on Earth, the world's greatest minds devise a dangerous plan that will take the planet off its axis in order to avoid the impact. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Asteroid vs. Earth torrent reviews

Suhas V (mx) wrote: Vikramaditya Motwane delivers yet again...

viktor g (mx) wrote: Interesting film based on an incredibly true story, that reminds of those films about "Las Vegas" players/addicts, although is not only focus in that. The aim is to present the real story of a family and a method.Acceptable performances and good development of the script, specially remarkable Daniel Br 1/4hl, who owns the scene in every moment. Luckily, the film has some funny moments that makes it easier to see and keeps you in connection with the story.Anyway, I should say that the film is kind of simple and doesn't aspires to be such a success at the box office, or the kind of film everyone wants to see.

Recaldo N (jp) wrote: yea i wanna watch dis

Darren C (ag) wrote: not bad, about someone on the run from a drug deal gone wrong, and goes to his mum in the country, and thinks he cant be found?? or can he??

Kevin G (de) wrote: So here we are. I was hesitant to delve back into this movie but I said I would so let's begin. Jess is an angsty little emo kid who wants to be an artist and at the same time also be the fastest kid in school. He has a father who he thinks is angry at him all the time and just doesn't 'get him.' He is bullied at school by several kids in his class and this further contributes to his angsty emo whining. Jess trains to win a impromptu race at school but surprise! A girl straight up owns him hard. Feeling more emo than before Jess is angry but soon learns that this new girl named Leslie lives right next door to him. Jess and Leslie soon become friends as Jess spends more time feeling sorry for himself because his father doesn't understand his super awesome art and his feminine side. Leslie feels bad for shovel-face Jess and decides to help him cope with his feelz by completely enabling him and inventing a fantasy world on the other side of a creek in his back yard. So if you were horribly mislead by the trailer for this movie as I was; sorry but the place they "find" that they name Terabithia is completely imaginary. So Jess and Leslie spend hours in "Terabithia" battling imaginary things that symbolize all that makes Jess sad and emo in his life. Fast-forward a bit and Jess gets invited to a museum by his music teacher (cause that makes sense). Jess asks his mother when she is half awake and assumes that she said he could go along. Jess thinks about inviting his new best friend Leslie but punks out in the end cause he's way to cool for that. Jess has a great and inspiring time with his teacher at the museum and is surprised to find his parents frantic when he gets home because they really didn't know where he was. Leslie also is dead. Yep she died in the creek trying to get across probably looking for Jess. Nice job emo. The rest of this movie honestly isn't really all that important because lets face it; no one is going to be able to get past the fact that Leslie is dead now. The crime that this movie undoubtedly did to children everywhere is no short of what George Lucas did to everyone with Episode 1: the Phantom Menace back in '99. I remember being physically angry at this point in the movie. The marketing department for Disney (yep Disney) must have all been into S&M because torturing people is exactly what this movie did. In NO WAY did the trailer for this movie prepare you for what you were going to see. Terabithia chants "Kali-ma" "KALI-MA!!!" While it rips out your feelings and stabs them right in the eyes.

Simon B (ca) wrote: The centenary of Shackleton's journey is 2014. Dramatic ice scapes and the HMS Endurance scenes were superb but the continuity / editing for the on-ice scenes was bizarre and disjointed. The documentary about the making highlighted the problems in Greenland getting enough time on the ice and perhaps that explains it. Incidentally the photographer was Frank Hurley played by Matt Day not Frank Day as the RT blurb has it.

Fred S (es) wrote: Latcho Drom is a wonderfully sensual film but IS NOT a documentary. It is more like an extended music video that provides the viewer with a vague, suggestive sense of a culture that has nomadically traversed many lands but refuses to assimilate and maintains a 'victim' identity . If you're wanting an honest documentary with a true dialogue about the complexities of culture clash this film is anything but. There is no real substance to this film but there is a lot of texture, beautifully woven and stitched with music, lyrics, dance and stunning cinematography into an almost dream-like journey. One might be mislead into thinking that the director has opened a portal into a world that is normally closed to outside visitors and, in a very limited way, I supposed he has. There are wonderful glimpses at the uniqueness of some Rom culture and living situations but these are mere backdrops for the music that holds the whole effort together. There is no real weight to this film but the weightless transcendence will stay with you long after the images are gone.

Eve C (mx) wrote: All around the world ! Film sur les "gens du voyage", musique tzigane de l'Indus au Guadalquivir...

Ana A (ag) wrote: A story on the passion for music, and the hard work it takes to learn and teach one to play a musical instrument.

melissa e (br) wrote: It is a wonderful movie. Full of adventure, suspense, tears and happiness. I would recommend this movie to the whole family. It's a real horse lovers movie.

Eklektik E (de) wrote: Brought to light an issue that I had never even heard of before. That I think is the main attraction that this film has for me. Films like this allow me to connect with the characters in an attempt to try to understand them on human terms rather than just cultural or separate from my experience.

Randy L (nl) wrote: the final scene really is as perfect as they say it is.

Jia M (jp) wrote: A pack of tissue is definitely not enough for me. Best dog movie, there is no need a lot of conversations in this movie and it's enough to make you to cry for non stop.

MoOli M (br) wrote: i love this movie becuase of madea big happy family