When the sun converts to a magnetar for a short time, the planet Mercury is thrown out of orbit (along with a spaceship exploring it) and set on a collision course for Earth. Can a ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
A huge solar flare blasts Mercury out of it's orbit and provides it with an intense magnetic field and it's on collision course for Earth.
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Ts Yeung Yvonne P (mx) wrote: What a strange film?! I thought it's a romantic comedy, but it is not. Nice soundtrack though.
Kriss T (us) wrote: The third instalment of the Millenium trilogy, The Girl Who Kicked the Hornet's Nest dives further back into Lisbeth Salander's past and gives us a slight idea into why she is the way that she is. As interesting as this could be it ultimately ends up being the story's major weakness. The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo is a fantastic movie, mainly down to the mismatched leads, their chemistry and the intriguing demeanour of one of cinema's most fascinating characters, however by picking away Salander's layers we remove that mystery that ultimately made her so great. At the start of the movie she spends a lot of time in a hospital gown and it is only when she gets her 'superhero' moment (you know that one when you finally see Batman for the first time), dressed as the punk goth that we know, that you can breath a sigh of relief. The story is much slower than the previous ones and it does finally ramp in when the court case of Salander's murder accusations finally kicks in. There is still tension and frights but Salander as a character doesn't drive this film like she did before. When Blomkvist and Salander were investigating an outside case the narrative bubbles but when it shifts to closer to home the tone differs and is less appealing. The second and third instalments could be from a different trilogy apart from a couple of vital scenes. The Girl Who Kicked the Hornet's Nest still has plenty to saviour. The fact it is still made on a shoestring budget despite the first film's success is remarkable and the performances are still on form however it only goes to highlight how much you will yearn to rewatch the first film again. Long-winded, slightly messy and unevenly concluded but worth a watch solely for Salander and Rapace's once again brilliant performance.
Amanda H (es) wrote: I find mockumentaries to be very entertaining for what they are, and this is a pretty good one. It's a very creative twist on the typical zombie movie and it doesn't need to be over-the-top bloody and full of special effects to be good. I don't think this is something I could watch again and again, but it's pretty entertaining and definitely worth a watch.
BT M (kr) wrote: Whether you like this movie really depends on whether you're a fan of British comedy. I enjoyed it; first saw it because of Martin Freeman, who gives a heartfelt performance with plenty of his (hilarious) dry comedy. It wasn't the best movie I've ever seen, but it definitely wasn't the worst.
Samantha (gb) wrote: never geard of it?...maybe be somewhat interested
Cassie R (gb) wrote: First one was much more interesting.
Stephen S (mx) wrote: Basically a cliched 90s football film, but still pretty damn entertaining. But then again, I'm a pretty big football fan, so this probably wouldn't be for everyone.
Billy E (it) wrote: Why did they make this?
A L (ru) wrote: I would rather have somebody kick and scream at me for an hour and a half than watch this piece of crap.
Logan M (ca) wrote: Almost as soon as it gets lift off, "Apollo 13" never stops being a tense and entertaining true story pic with special effects that still hold up.
Ts Yeung Yvonne P (ru) wrote: I still remember this film created the hype of supernatural powers. Silly story, but fun to watch. I enjoyed it.
valerie b (it) wrote: i wanna see it cause there's a cute puppy!!!
Kevin t (it) wrote: If our country would just watch this movie, it would bring everyone together. It's a great example of just how powerful our country could be if everyone came together. Whites, blacks, gays, everyone unites in this movie and having one goal in mind.... Win together!!! Nothing is more powerful than one nation under God, indivisible, with liberty and justice for ALL! Watch this movie!!!
Adam H (ru) wrote: If the acting was a little better it would have been 4stars but the acting fell short! Good story with decent little twist!
Scott M (kr) wrote: A great performance from Hal Holbrook makes this feel like more in another string of crotchety old man movies (Gran Torino, Harry Brown, etc.). Walton Goggins, an actor I'm gaining more and more respect for as of late, is great with limited screen time, and Ray McKinnon, who I know best from his comedic work in O Brother Where Art Thou?, does an excellent job as a slimy, wife/daughter-beating man who is frustrated that he isn't smart enough or capable enough to provide for his family. The story kind of fades away at the end in a way I didn't really appreciate, but this is really an actors' piece and is definitely worth seeing just for the performances.
Sherry G (it) wrote: A friend & I saw this movie & laughed through the whole thing. It was SO bad it was funny, literally. We really enjoyed the movie but not because it was good. It stank...
Kristin W (es) wrote: My favorite Peanuts movie. Great story; sentimental and funny. Excellent songs -- "Me and You, a Two-Man Crew", "Do You Remember Me?", "No Dogs Allowed" (sung by "Tony the Tiger"), and the best, "Fundamental Friend Dependability."