A UFO is shot down over Russia in the 1970s and the wreckage is taken to a secret research facility. When the Soviet Union collapses, the alien technology falls into the hands of a mysterious terrorist organisation, which uses it to create a devastating doomsday weapon. A team of secret agents is sent to stop the carnage.
- Stars:Adrian Paul, Michelle Lee, William Hope, Vladimir Kolev, Jivko Juranov, Kitodar Todorov, Zahari Emilov, Niki Iliev, Atanas Srebrev, John Laskowski, Shelly Varod, Ivo Simeonov, Raina Karayaneva, Raicho Vasilev, Velizar Binev,
- Director:Ivan Mitov,
- Writer:Nathan Atkins
In 1979 a UFO is spotted over Ukrainian territory in the Soviet Union. A squadron of MIG23 fighters are dispatched to intercept it. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Cold Fusion torrent reviews
(fr) wrote: TAKE OUT THE THING THAT WAS BEST IN THE PREVIOUS 2 FILMS, RAVEN, AND THAT'S THE VERY BAD FILM ALSO KNOWN AS CHEETAH GIRLS: ONE WORLD. I GIVE CHEETAH GIRLS: ONE WORLD *.
(br) wrote: 4/15/2017: Pretty disappointing considering the cast. There really wasn't much of a plot and nothing memorable.
(fr) wrote: Hade jag varit 6-8 r hade den ftt en 4:a! Men r en av f barnfilmer som faktiskt r svr att uppskatta som vuxen.. kanske till och med ganska irriterande barnslig :)
(ag) wrote: Very enthralling, especially being loosely based on history. I really enjoyed this and am impressed with Billy Crudup's performance.
(ag) wrote: To the outside world, the Whitakers have a perfect 1950s American home-life. Frank is a successful local businessman while, wife, Cathy is the quintessential mother and housewife, spending her days preparing for parties and tending to the needs of her family. However, this fragile veneer is shattered one night when Cathy discovers her husband has a secret life that becomes an irresistible compulsion. This movie is a closely observed character study of a woman who's life is irreversibly shaken and it is beautifully done. The whole story is played out against the backdrop of the prejudices of the time and, despite this in many ways being a slight tale, it is also a profound one. Cathy's friends, all society ladies, show their cruelty and shallowness as the whispers are passed around the community as the plot unfolds and she is wrongly accused of breaking the taboos prevalent at the time. Julianne Moore gives a perfect performance as Cathy, making dialogue that could seem stilted and false come alive with deeper meaning. Dennis Quaid plays the part of Frank with enough vulnerability but isn't really given enough to do to make his predicament truly deserving of sympathy. The strongest male lead is taken by Dennis Haysbert who plays the intelligent, gentle Raymond, the gardener who strikes up a friendship with Cathy. The whole movie looks stunning with the autumnal colours of Connecticut forming a background that almost becomes a character in itself to the on-screen action. 1950s American has seldom looked more ravishing or been so sinister as it is here and director Todd Haynes is to be congratulated for that. Where I feel that the film does fall down slightly is that at the ending, I really felt there was so much more to be told about the lives of the three main protagonists and so was left feeling a little cheated by the way things hang in the air.
(mx) wrote: amazing thing to sit down and see with the family
(kr) wrote: izlenmeli,,mzikler ayr bi gzellll
(au) wrote: the soundtrack for wonderwall is george harrison's masterpiece, but i've never found the movie anywhere yet
(ru) wrote: Visconti's first film is a marvellous fatalistic work that goes beyond the crime thriller genre conventions it employes to tell its story. It is an adaptation of Cain's novel The Postman Always Rings Twice, but unlike the more straightforward adaptations of the film by Hollywood, it manages to go much deeper in character development and social commentary. It also manages to create an aesthetic quality that anticipates neorealism and enriches the plot with details that give the film a slower pace but elevate the story's themes to existential sophistication. Notably, the additional sub-plot with the 'Spaniard', apart from the possible homo-erotic elements, gives to Gino (Massimo Girotti) a dillema between two ways of life: bohemian freedom and an almost christian loving of others in need (he buy's Gino a ticket for free) on the one hand, and Giovanna's conformist worldview that seeks money and a place to stay on the other. However, Visconti never judges his characters in a moralizing manner. The wonderful and raw performances by Massimo Girotti and Clara Calamai help a lot in creating such believable characters and not simply one-dimensional cliches such as those we can see a lot in later Hollywood film noirs. Here there is no femme fatale, who plots in the darkness like a spider; Giovanna is simply a woman. Her machinations are simplistic and flawed and she tries hard to keep the relationship going after the murder. For example, Visconti cleverly never tells us whether she really knew whether her husband had a life-insurance. Thus, he deliberately passes a chance to make her the mastermind that played Gino for a fool. She has also some touching moments like when she eats in the kitchen alone, reading the newspaper befor falling asleep. Visconti even gives some metaphysical touches in the film, like in the scene where the husband goes outside to kill some noisy cats, while the wind is blowing and the lovers are hugging secretly. It is wonderful seeing a director finding a voice with his first film. It is a classic; it feels modern and hasn't aged (apart from some conventions like the panning of camera as a seexual metaphor and such). On the contrary, sometimes it feels more raw than new films; and yet it remains poetic and humanistic deep down.
(gb) wrote: I saw Annabelle the other night and I really enjoyed it. I thought it was a good horror film, not as good as The Conjuring or Insidious but still pretty good.
(gb) wrote: Very interesting portrayal of Marilyn Monroe, who was obviously a very lost and damaged soul if this story is based on original circumstances
(br) wrote: One of Bill Murray's best performances and has so many classic routines, the rest of the cast does a great job with their roles, especially Harold Ramis, John Candy and Warren Oates, unfortunately the movie gets a little uneven after the graduation scene but the first hour are on par with the best comedies.