Babylon 5: The Gathering

Babylon 5: The Gathering

The first installment of this Emmy award-winning series. A movie based at Babylon 5: a new space station built by Humans. The Vorlon ambassador, Kosh, has been poisoned. It is the new commanding officer's, Jeffrey Sinclair, responsibility to find the culprit. Otherwise the space station will fail in its role to bring all the races together.

The opening of a crucial space station is put in jeopardy when the commanding officer is accused of the attempted murder of a diplomat. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Babylon 5: The Gathering torrent reviews

Harshwardhan S (fr) wrote: Could have been better...

Carmen W (ag) wrote: According to my movie cover: "In 2004, the world shuddered in the wake of the tsunmai that ravaged the coast of Thailand. Hundreds of thousands lost their lives. Those who survived lost their innocence. Based on actual acounts, this extraordinary HBO Films Mini-Series Event follows a group of people whose lives are irrevocably transformed by one of history's most cataclysmic natural distasters." This movie was vivid, heartbreaking, yet had some bittersweet moments.

CAROL H (br) wrote: A very disturbing movie of how strong hatred & racism was and still can be.

Kerry M (ca) wrote: In amongst all of the sex and nudity there is actually a nice little story, and a great performance from the two leads.

Kevin P (gb) wrote: This is a remake and I'm a Dennis Quaid fan. Good movie if your looking for a rental this weekend

Ken S (us) wrote: "Trekkies 2" is more of the same from the team that brought you the first "Trekkies," and that is essentially the problem. You've seen this all before, in a more concise and entertaining film. This film attempts to be different by going abroad more, seeing Trekkies all around the world, but they are pretty much the same kind of lovable goofy weirdos that they were in America. The only real nice element here is a few follow ups on people we met in the last film, particularly the teen Gabriel, who is now 21 and has a good sense of humor of how he was in the first film, and seems a little less awkward (though still a little awkward, but he seemed to have made peace with that and knows who he is). Beyond that though, nothing new here. "Trekkies" said it all and it was a better movie.

Stuart K (ag) wrote: Directed by Barry Levinson, who after the Oscar win for Rain Man (1988), got the opportunity to make whatever he wanted, one of them was Avalon (1990), and the other was this visually stunning comedic fantasy. Levinson had wanted to make back in the early 1980's as his directorial debut, but no-one would fund it. The result is the sort of film that Hollywood would NEVER dare make now. Kenneth Zevo (Donald O'Connor), founder of Zevo Toys is dying, but he is unsure whether his son Leslie (Robin Williams) is responsible and mature enough to run the company, so he leaves it to his brother Lt. General Leland Zevo (Michael Gambon). Leland is reluctant, but he accepts the ownership although he has no interest in any of the toys being made. He decides to make war toys, which upsets Leslie, as Zevo Toys have never made war toys, but Leland goes ahead, requesting space for his plans. Leslie becomes suspicious by Leland's demand for space and the extra security, so he decides to investigate for himself. Toys is one of the most underrated films of the 1990's, and people didn't know what to make of it when it first came out. While the film gives Williams perfect opportunities to ad-lib whenever possible, it has some absolutely staggering sets by Ferdinando Scarfiotti, which is well worth watching the film for.

Roberto U (ru) wrote: Very good story marred by an uninspired supporting cast. The major problem though is that there's no chemistry between the two leads. Excellent cinematography.

Phillip V (jp) wrote: If for nothing else, the music of Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds is on full display here, and that is always a good thing. What surprised me about the film was that I didn't find Cave as interesting as the main character as I had anticipated. I think instead where the film shines is when the supporting characters are interviewed about their take on performances that stuck with them. There was a passion in how they remembered their interesting history as a band. What makes this film work so well is that way it's paced. Although a slow burn, the scenes where they are recording for Push the Sky Away are really genuine and I love the way Cave performs even when few are watching. Fans will likely find what they are looking for, and I would argue those who haven't heard of Nick Cave can gleam enjoyment as well. Overall I recommend it!