Captain Sparky vs. The Flying Saucers

Captain Sparky vs. The Flying Saucers

Victor and his beloved dog Sparky watch one of their favorite home movies.

In the scenario, Victor plays one of his homemade science - fiction movies where his dog Spark has to fight with hostile flying saucers in space for the peace of world. It is another film of Mark Waring and Derek Frey. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Captain Sparky vs. The Flying Saucers torrent reviews

The Critic (it) wrote: Multiple civilian videos make up this account of the World Trade Center attacks on September 11, 2001, resulting in a gut-wrenching look back on an event that marked a significant moment in world history. The civilian journalist phenomena, in which there's an immediate instinct to capture tragedy in this instance, is a factor that cannot be ignored here, adding a layer to the narrative. What this film offers that many others-and perhaps none-don't is the recordings of emergency phone operators giving advice to trapped Trade Center employees. What is most harrowing is not only the frustration of the 911 operators, overwhelmed and limited in what they are able to do for their caller, but also the viewer's knowledge of their fate.

Ben B (us) wrote: Pretty suspenseful indie thriller with a nice little ending.

F B (ca) wrote: Created with one view in mind. Would have liked to have heard the other sides response. Not the most interesting film i've seen but certainly gives an insight

kardio h (es) wrote: akki died. URGH I HATE THIS DIRECTOR FOR DOIN THAT

Dimitris S (br) wrote: Totally sexy,for all the right moves,Brisseau is not afraid,French vie sexuelle at its greatest velocity.I felt caressed by the 2 girls' erotic pilgrimage,an asexual I dare say insight.Frames,zooms as cold as they can be keeping us distant and yet surprisingly touched by their "accomplishment".That of sadistic empowerment.

Anthony T (ca) wrote: I happened to be flipping channels when I got drawn into this movie. The story is slow but throughly engaging. Beautiful in almost all ways.

Dean M (kr) wrote: Nice action-romantic with John Wayne who plays a different character than usual. For the first part of the film he plays his standard All-American man, but during the second half he turns to a heel. Laraine Day looks fabulous. The plot had a lot going for it, the photography was nice, the direction OK.

Allan C (jp) wrote: Interesting western had potential if it hadn't been so ham fisted. Clint Walker, who I always thought would have been the perfect Punisher, plays and infamous gunman released from prison and tries to go straight, leaving his reputation as "Killer Cain" behind him. In the 18 years in prison, the west has civilized some and he grudgingly joins an old west shooting show as the feature act, much to the chagrin of the show's previous star, a young hothead quick draw artist who romanticizes the old code of the gunfighter, men calling each other out and romanticizing killing in general. The film is thematically similar to Clint Eastwood's "Unforgiven" in regards to trying to unromanticize gunmen and killing, having an infamous gunman teaching a young kid that killing wasn't as honorable, brave or as justified as people thought it was. However, while thematically interesting, the film covers the themes in such a hammy way with Clint Walker trying to teach the young hot head that killing isn't an easy thing and more often than not involved shooting a man in the back. The film gets even weaker when the love of a good woman, Anne Francis, helps Walker find his way. But in the plus column, Vincent Price plays the shooting show owner and barker, and is as wonderful as always. With smarter writing, this could have been a strong revisionist western, but instead it's more of a middling western that's rather corny, though still worth watching.

Alexis R (mx) wrote: Better than man of steel

bill s (us) wrote: Pure adrenalin rush action movie with little in the way of substance but Statham is good at it.

Jon C (mx) wrote: totally one of Jean-Claude Van Damme's finer movies and this is total John Woo fare; everything you'd expect he does is in here from high-speed chases, insane gunfights, and huge explosions pretty damn good for Woo's film debut Lance Henriksen as Fouchon is a slimeball killing for the enjoyment of it it gets more sticky when Tasha's father is involved and Chance is the only one who can stop Fouchon a couple of the stunts defy reality and are hard to swallow but it's all cheesy fun when you get right down to it there's even a young Arnold Vosloo having a ball as much as everyone else being just as sleazy Chance is quite the expert fighter enlarging the entertaining, restless insanity that is 'Hard Target' it's a blast!