Catch a Fire
The true story of anti-apartheid activists in South Africa, and particularly the life of Patrick Chamusso, a timid foreman at Secunda CTL, the largest synthetic fuel plant in the world. Patrick is wrongly accused, imprisoned and tortured for an attempt to bomb the plant, with the injustice transforming the apolitical worker into a radicalised insurgent, who then carries out his own successful sabotage mission.
- Stars:Roisin Murphy, Mark Brydon, Tim Robbins, Derek Luke, Bonnie Henna, Mncedisi Shabangu, Tumisho Masha, Sithembiso Khumalo, Terry Pheto, Michele Burgers, Mpho Lovinga, Mxo, Jay Anstey, Charlotte Savage, Nomhlé Nkyonyeni, Michael Mabizela, Eduan van Jaarsveldt,
- Country:France, UK, South Africa, USA
- Director:Phillip Noyce,
- Writer:Shawn Slovo
A drama about terrorism in Apartheid-era South Africa, revolving around a policeman and a young man who carries out solo attacks against the regime. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Catch a Fire torrent reviews
(au) wrote: Another dark coming of age story about a girl who tries to find her trueself...
(it) wrote: This is a movie based on a novel by Nora Roberts. Although unrated, it has an interesting plot and keeps you watching until the end .
(fr) wrote: After a mind-bending and heart-wrenching opening that, quite honestly, is most of the two-and-a-half stars that I'm giving this film, it quickly devolves into a lot of absolute nonsense that happens simply because the film needs it to. As soon as the children show up they wander through every plot hole the film needs them to wander through, infected Don shows some form of sentience for no discernable (or explained) reason, and the rage virus spreads like wildfire simply because the military's protocol in the even of an outbreak directly facilitates the spreading of the virus like wildfire. Remember that if you're re-populating a nation after a deadly, destructive virus rampages through it, you can sneak out of the quarantine zone by ducking along a bridge. Remember, if there's a deadly virus that will turn you into a bloodthirsty zombie within SECONDS of exposure, lock the population into giant, unguarded rooms in which the infection can spread to hundreds (thousands) of people within a few minutes. Remember that if there's a deadly gas spreading throughout the area that can drop someone within seconds, you can get into a car to avoid it. Better yet, the gas can't penetrate through an ordinary t-shirt, so you're SAVED! Seriously... films always require suspension of disbelief, and I know this, but... I can't suspend common sense and logic. It is a far inferior film to 'Days,' only exceeding it by not being as heavy-handed with its "we are the real monsters" message. How this is getting such high ratings is beyond me.
(ru) wrote: (***): Thumbs Up An effective Thai horror film.
(us) wrote: This is a movie that is moved more by dialogue (as in plays) than any other component of film.
(ru) wrote: You don't screw with the people who handle your food. Bottom line.
(ag) wrote: Fantastic film. I refuse to watch this one in public, because I'm always a mess once the blind grandma comes on.
(es) wrote: Cutesy kid movie, but I got a little bored half way through. But some really nice scenery!
(ag) wrote: How often does a "Son of" movie actually live up to its parental figure?
(de) wrote: An outstanding action movie and social commentary.
(it) wrote: Cute, cheesy and very fun. A slumber party fav when I was growing up. Good soundtrack, 80s clothes, very youthful Helen Hunt, Sarah Jessica Parker and Shannon Dougherty plus a random hottie, how could you go wrong?
(au) wrote: good southern goth drama
(br) wrote: The Greatest Comedy of all time. This 1933 Film set the standard for all comedy to come. The Four Marx Brothers were brilliant.
(jp) wrote: What a thrill ride! A must see action movie for those who enjoy these kinda movies!
(kr) wrote: A quite decent comedy/romance flick. Story is about a guy (Ben Stiller) that starts dating with a gorgeous girl and "finally" gets married but have he really found the right one... Some funny scenes altho not one of Stiller's better ones but i enjoyed it and im sure u might aswell.