A film cataloguing some of the world's largest catastrophes.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:91 minutes
  • Release:1978
  • Language:English
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:fire,   disaster,   flood,  

A film depicting the world's alltime largest catastrophes. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Catastrophe torrent reviews

Jordon J (gb) wrote: Remarkable as much for its insights as for its audacity, "The Dirties" approaches school violence with a comic veneer that slowly shades into deep darkness. I say SEE IT!!!

Mad M (nl) wrote: Great B-movie. Awesome gore, very funny at times, and overall pretty fun.A few filler scenes could have been cut for more B-movie fun.

Randalynn Rash L (ca) wrote: It was aweful. I didnt even finish it, it was so bad.

Chris H (kr) wrote: This is one of my favorite Spike Lee flicks. Surprised that it only has a 50% rating! Now I gotta check out his Old Boy remake!

Dawn C (ca) wrote: This is a really good coming of age story.

Christopher D (ru) wrote: this is a very misleading image for a very smart film; funny as hell and it jabs you in the eye like an ice cream headache named history (see W.Benjamin's lesser known essay on "The Fast Ice Eater Named History."yes this is good, I don't remember the scene with the cleavage and the munitions (that's actually the title of Zizek's next seminar)

Adam D (au) wrote: a good Florida western filmed in the Everglades nice horses to more then Distant Drums.

Jason T (ag) wrote: Sweet performances, lots of cameos, and good story but loses steam in the third act. Just becomes another predictable rom com.

Anna C (jp) wrote: This movie deserves half a star just because the only two capable actors in the cast die at the beginning: this was the only genial thing.

Art S (nl) wrote: Apparently based on a true story (although one would be hard-pressed to believe that anyone could be so stupid unless a serious break with reality is involved), this film follows Kumiko who believes that she can find the money that Steve Buscemi hides in the snow in the movie Fargo. Thus, she travels to Minnesota from Tokyo (after stealing her boss's company credit card) and wanders from Minneapolis up into the snowy hinterland. Rinko Kikuchi's performance is damn near somnambulant, presumably on purpose, for the movie eventually takes on the tone of a dream. Indeed, the soundtrack becomes increasingly mystical and Kumiko seems almost shamanistic as she drags a dirty hotel blanket around the highways and byways of rural MN. The film itself occasionally feels like Fargo, revealing those from the upper Midwest to be denizens of their own planet, even as Japan is treated rather normally; no doubt we are taking Kumiko's point of view - this is her dream after all. Yet, as enticing as this all sounds (and who wouldn't go for that absurd Fargo plot device?), the film itself is somewhat too slow, even though it remains safely unpretentious. Still, if you are in the mood to let this wash over you, it has its pleasures.

LA L (au) wrote: Despite a promising premise, decent performances from Will Smith & Rosario Dawson, and strong work from a criminally underused Woody Harrelson, the film just falls flat. Instead of maintaining any interest or building any type of drama, its more concerned with being a heavy-fisted, ham-handed, overtly sentimental award bait movie. Thoroughly disappointed.

Dan H (de) wrote: Awesome!! Total guy movie with non-stop laughs. This is probably one of my top 3 comedies ever. Seen it in theaters twice and I never do that.

Ryan K (mx) wrote: Although it may not have been the ending we were looking for -- just like life it is a sweet surprise of a movie.