At the Earth's Core
A huge burrowing machine tunnels out of control at ferocious speed, cutting clean through to the center of the earth, to the twilight world of pellucidar. Once there, Dr. Perry (Peter Cushing) and David Innes (Doug McClure), are threatened by half human creatures, lizard-like birds, and man-eating plants.
- Stars:Doug McClure, Peter Cushing, Caroline Munro, Cy Grant, Godfrey James, Sean Lynch, Keith Barron, Helen Gill, Anthony Verner, Robert Gillespie, Michael Crane, Bobby Parr, Andee Cromarty,
- Country:UK, USA
- Director:Kevin Connor,
- Writer:Edgar Rice Burroughs (novel), Milton Subotsky (screenplay)
A Victorian era scientist and his assistant take a test run in their Iron Mole drilling machine and end up in a strange underground labyrinth ruled by a species of giant telepathic bird and full of prehistoric monsters and cavemen. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
At the Earth's Core torrent reviews
(nl) wrote: This movie made no sense, lacked any kind of reality, the dialogue was trite, and the plot was nonsense. Have no idea how it got the rating it did cos it was pure shite!
(kr) wrote: A very interesting and comedy movie on birding. Loved the multiple aspects on life stories of three main characters of the movie. And its a light hearted modified, adaptation of a true story.
(ru) wrote: Just way way to much syrup.
(br) wrote: Inherently forgettable, Mr. Deeds fails to grasp Sandler's comic energy and instead wallows in cheap thrills and provocations and sappy nonsense.
(gb) wrote: Matthew McConaughey as stars as ED in Ron Howard's EDtv. Ed Perkurny is your regular guy until he gets cast in a reality show that features his daily life events. The drama ensues as relationships between his brother (Woody Harrelson) and a woman (Jenna Elfman) unfold. EDtv was pretty forced and goes on for too long. The movie tries to encapsulate America's fascination with reality TV, but ultimately is a boring soap opera. The Truman Show is a much better movie and should be seen over this.
(ag) wrote: Strangely current, isn't it?
(es) wrote: This movie was better than I expected. It won 3 Oscars (one of which went to Cher for best actress) and was nominated for Best Picture. While I didn't "LOVE" it, it was still very enjoyable to watch.
(kr) wrote: Sort of disjointed and not always smooth, 'Nuts' is still a decent enough court-room charade. The two leads are fine, the film does offers a number of darkly comic bites, and it's slickly directed by the late Martin Rift. However, its pacing makes for a grinder.
(us) wrote: Barry Levinson's follow-up to Diner is also set in 1960's Baltimore. Dreyfuss and DeVito are hilarious as the feuding salesman, and Hershey touching as DeVito's wife.
(br) wrote: Tsui Hark's re-imagining of One Armed Swordsman that itself was an unofficial adaptation of a tiny bit of Louis Cha's second Condor Heroes novel. This one done either as a parody or maybe an acknowledgement of Wong Kar Wai (Ashes Of Time). It does become its own thing, and is unlike anything Tsui had done, before or since. It meanders a bit, but I like it much more now than I did about twenty years ago.
(us) wrote: what a wonderful film and a great way to present the story of the great winston churchhill and continuing the story of the great film the gathering storm which is just as damned good....keep buggering on I say and thanks winston churchill for what you did of the world!
(ru) wrote: When I first saw this. I had no idea it had been released in theaters? It didn't matter because this movie was all around laughable. I mean yeah, some serious scenes didn't go as well as they could have but hey the movie did it's job. Go Jon Heder, just because he's from CO as am I!!! (You gotta support the home team players) just sayin'. By the way, Wolfmother had some songs or two I think? Maybe one but it also made the movie a tad bit cool.
(us) wrote: July 2nd-3rd 2012August 16th 2013July 20th 2015