Battle Queen 2020
In the frozen eternal winter of a post-asteroid impact, mankind's last remnants cling to a fragile existence. One woman must rise to the challenge, to free her people from the ever widening chasm separating the Haves from the Have-nots. She is...Battle Queen 2020.
- Stars:Julie Strain, Jeff Wincott, Zehra Leverman, Brian Frank, Bill Baker, Jade Kroll, Paul Rapovski, Celia Hart, Eva Nemeth, Tony Curtis Blondell, Ken Lemaire, Martina Pernova, Rogue Johnston, Sean Tyson, Tijuana Layne,
- Country:Canada, USA
- Director:Daniel D'Or,
- Writer:William D. Bostjancic, Michael B. Druxman, Billy Hulkower, Caron Nightingale
In the frozen eternal winter of a post-asteroid impact, mankind's last remnants cling to a fragile existence. One woman must rise to the challenge, to free her people from the ever widening chasm separating the Haves from the Have-nots. She is...Battle Queen 2020. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Battle Queen 2020 torrent reviews
(nl) wrote: This Italian drama - with a touch of mystery thriller - was very well done and intriguing. The movie starts out with an accident where someone knocks a man from his bicycle and drives off. We then see the same events leading up to that moment from three different people's perspectives. It's well crafted, tightly scripted, and well-acted. It's an excellent critique of the way society differentiates between the rich and poor and the (de)valuing of people on the basis of their monetary worth.
(ca) wrote: This is the worst movie ever, except for the fact that I've seen many many worse ones. In a perfect world, maybe it would be the worst movie ever. It only gets 1 because there are so many other worse movies.
(de) wrote: I can't believe that I've waited so long to see this movie. It's hilarious! An amazing cast with the surprising choice of making a movie about fighting that doesn't have Statham do any of it. Creative and fun.
(br) wrote: The most unflinchingly ironic movie title anyone could've come up with. Cause if this one is anything, it's pretty fucking forgettable.
(fr) wrote: Good cast...I expected more
(es) wrote: A lot of movies have dealt with women coping with the loss of a man in combat, but "Grace is Gone" does a complete gender reversal in showing a husband dealing with the death of his Army wife. It's an idea that could have worked, and by all rights it should have, but this particular film takes a lot of wrong turns starting with the basic premise.Everything that the John Cusack character does in the film seems to be the result of some sort of mental illness, and because of that, it's very difficult to feel any sympathy towards his emotionally traumatized character. It's understandable that grief hits people all in different ways, but taking your young daughters cross country to an amusement park before telling them that their mother has been killed seems irresponsible and emotionally dangerous. Not calling your work or the kids school seems foolish as well, but maybe not quite as damaging. Cusack is, generally speaking, one of my favorite actors but he seems out of place in this. It's a maudlin performance even before he finds out about his wife's death, and surprisingly it's not very effective. His parenting style seems odd and out-of-touch even before the road trip idea, and talking to his deceased wife via the answering machine doesn't exactly scream "stability" either.Basically, in the ill-concieved "Grace is Gone", he does everything that you shouldn't do if this were a real-life situation. A lot of people were moved by this, but I found it to be oddly cold and emotionally distant.
(gb) wrote: Interesting, but don't expect Oscar level. I love the gritty feel, and Craig is great. After this, it was easy for me to see him as bond. Especially with how well he does in this type of role.