Blue Submarine No. 6
The once famous and well respected scientist Zorndyke has bred a new genre of living being, one that thrives on the oceans and lives to destroy humans. Zorndyke believes it is time that the humans were relieved of their rule of the earth. It is up to Blue Submarine No. 6 and the rest of the Blue fleet to put an end to Zorndyke's madness and creations.
- Stars:Jackie Shroff, Manisha Koirala, Hozumi Gôda, Kinryû Arimoto, Scott Bailey, Ali Bell, Rhonda Bellamy, Bryan Bolick, Michael Brady, Ralph Brownewell, Thomas Bruning, Jeff Call, Shane Callahan, M.B. Cartell, Juliet Cesario, Ed Cord, Traci Dinwiddie,
- Director:Mahiro Maeda, Kôichi Chigira,
- Writer:Satoru Ozawa (comics), Hiroshi Yamaguchi (screenplay)
The once famous and well respected scientist Zorndyke has bred a new genre of living being, one that thrives on the oceans and lives to destroy humans. Zorndyke believes it is time that the humans were relieved of their rule of the earth. It is up to Blue Submarine No. 6 and the rest of the Blue fleet to put an end to Zorndyke's madness and creations. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Blue Submarine No. 6 torrent reviews
(nl) wrote: This was one of the best movies in 2013. Chiwetel Ejiofor was excellent as Solomon Northup and I cannot wait to see him in Marvel's Doctor Strange. The story was very brutal in its depiction of slavery and what happened to Solomon after he was kidnapped was very heartbreaking. I think this movie is a must watch for any American.
(de) wrote: Suprisingly really good. Highlight... "you drop the gun." "No. You drop it."
(au) wrote: A kind of replica of Dazed and Confused. Even the title is nearly identical. Doesn't seem to be as widely loved - I thought it was pretty good, though. Like the original last day of high school movie updated to make it relevant to new audiences, it gives us some real, high school-like characters. And isn't that who we were in high school? Characters? Acting out some larger image of our imagined selves, or someone's elses' idea of who we should be? Even the most original students seemed to be characters, or maybe caricatures. But to me the message of this movie is that, yes, we are both disappointed and disillusioned when we realize that in our ideal moments of freedom and celebration, when we feel like we can do whatever we want, we find ourselves acting out prescribed stereotyped rituals that haven't moved us on from anything that we were before or hope to become, but despite that, these shared moments have an oddly profound significance like that we envisioned them having, not because they lived up to our ideals, and maybe not for any definable reason, except that we participated in them, together, as a group and as individuals, and that has a significance which is immune to the content of the event itself.So, revel in the nostalgia that is nothing to be proud of. You've earned it.
(gb) wrote: My wife and I just watched this on VidAngel and we loved it!
(es) wrote: Best Documentary and coverage on a sport that at one time seemed impossible to accurately portray...
(es) wrote: I enjoyed watching this film. It's blunt and honest with it's themes of sexuality, the character Alfred Kinsey was a mad, obssessed, and controversial man teaching about gall wasps and later researching society's sexual activity. I loved the scene where Kinsey talks in front of a large audience and he reminds the class of sexual behaviors, obsession, how everyone wants to be the same sexually and yet Kinsey states everyone at heart is different. I think Woody Allen said it best..."The heart wants what the heart wants". The performances are spectacular. Liam Neeson does a great job of playing Kinsey, Peter Saarsgard as Kinsey's assistant, he's great and I admired the close relationship they have for each other, Laura Linney is also great and I liked the scene where Kinsey's assistant asks to have intercourse with her in which she responds..."Yes. I'd like that". There is also Chris O'Donnell, Oliver Platt, Timothy Hutton, John Lithgow, and Tim Curry. Today, I don't think there is anything taboo regarding sexuality. We've all in one way or another, experienced it, the goods, the bads, the fantasies (Oh I sure had my share of perverted sexual thoughts), and the kinky. Some have even experimented with the same sex or have had intercourse with multiple people all at the same time. Back in Kinsey's era, that wouldn't have been the norm with society but it's amazing now how the world has changed since... Do we have Kinsey to thank for breaking down sexual taboos? Maybe but I was also thinking of Masters & Johnson, Sue Johanson, and Dr Ruth.
(it) wrote: I'd heard this was a weaker addition to the Hammer library, and I can see why it might be disappointing to some, as the title is a complete misnomer, and the film has nothing to do with Dracula. However, I think there's plenty to like in this dark fairy tale about an aging queen who bathes in the blood of virgins to restore her youth. While the plot is perhaps a bit thin, ultimately it's a compelling tragedy of jealousy, lust and humanity's obsession with youth.
(fr) wrote: I find this movie Overheatingly Painful, The film should have been called The Super Dumb Brothers. It had great acting, i do like bob hoskins but this movie was Game Over, a Mess and one of the worst movies i ever seen in my entire life. No Way I'm ever watching this shit again.
(ag) wrote: Another movie where young people get killed by psychotic people in another country.
(it) wrote: Fantastic film in every respect, but could have done with some more background to the conflict.
(kr) wrote: Very bad movie. While there's some undeniably creepy imagery and a committed performance from Callies, the unique setting and story are torn apart by formulaic plot points and horrible writing.