An orphan child that dreams about the Cosmos, a doctor who donates blood for an experiment on interplanetary flights, a scientist who proves that man can fly to Mars: all these are aspects of cosmonaut nr. 66, Valery Polyakov, the man with the longest spaceflight ever. Now he speaks for the very first time about himself and life in space.
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Cosmonaut Polyakov torrent reviews
(mx) wrote: It's rare to find an Indian film that leaves you with chain of thoughts that tug at theories of existence and your way of seeing life. Ship of Theseus does just that. Moreover, it provides enough fodder to debate on for months ahead. This is not an easy film to make and sell in a market that is hungry for brain dead entertainment. It will not be an exaggeration to state that director Anand Gandhi has reserved a place in history of Indian cinema by making this film. Finally a film that Indian cinema can be proud of...
(nl) wrote: Here is an exciting movie that follows one man and his dream of becoming successful and living a good life. Rajveer is late for work when he meets a taxi cab driver, and convinces him to let him drive. Radhika, an NYU music student, also gets into the taxi cab as Harry and Rajveer are about to drive off. They race through the city, and it is there that Harry discovers a prospect in Rajveer, and introduces him to his connections. Instantly, Rajveer becomes a tire changer in a stock car team, and this is the first step in his success. Rajveer becomes RV the club?s number one stock car driver. At a party, he meets up with Radhika and the two fall in love. They marry, and begin a life together having just about everything: a great home, beautiful children, and their love for each other. Until an accident occurs on the race tracks, RV and Radhika?s beautiful life is shattered. Soon after, things start to fall apart and everything changes. They are out of their beautiful home, and RV is replaced as the club?s top stock car driver. The two pick up, and try to place their lives back on track while trying to keep their small family together. Saif Ali Khan and Rani Mukherjee stars. Definitely worthy!
(au) wrote: it's a good movie, based on comedy and the simplicity of love it shows how good is love for us to continue our lives. It also shows how humans embrace love, betrayal, by showing the 4 bases of love the hitting, the crisis, the betrayal and the abandonment; with also four different couples in four different situations. Being sweet and ironic instead of naive and corny, that makes this movie worth our money. It is colorful as a caleidoscope, just as exiting as real love should be!
(mx) wrote: Had a few good set pieces, but this was pretty dreary stuff.
(es) wrote: Offbeat, twisted and fun summer camp movie. A great cast makes this totally likeable.
(kr) wrote: Bad thing is that this seemed to have been able to have been a bad film which was good just because of the awesome side cast of Fred Williamson, David Carradine, and Kane Hodder along with a fresh Eva Mendes. It's to good to be true. With Dimension now using California more than anything, cornfields now have mountains apparently and the corn kids now live in houses and keep gardens. Again, this is a whole new universe made which sucks. The cinematography and lighting is bad. Just... poor.
(fr) wrote: A great story about two brothers trying to keep up their restaurant in the 1950s. This film is really lead by it's performances, everyone was awesome and the accents were spot on. I'm not sure if they were actually Italian but still it was awesome. Big Night packs in tons of great humor and joy but adds some great drama through out. The story was very good, even at one scene when you see them cooking your mouth is watering at how good the food looks and you just wish you were at the table eating. I really enjoyed this movie, everyone was fantastic and really made you get attached to the characters. It has plenty of laughs and some drama too. It ends with a very powerful scene as well.
(au) wrote: This unique stalk & Slash styled movie does a nice little job at presenting it's self. Michael Ironside performs very well as the mostly silent, creepy & intense looking scumbag Colt. Lee Grant gives a nice little performance & William Shatner is o.k. Due to this movie being mostly set in a hospital the backgrounds do become rather boring very quickly but this is made up with some great camera Angles. This is not a must see right now sort of movie but if you have the spare time you should give it a chance.
(de) wrote: "Wake up!, wake uuuup!".It's good when I'm with a film from the get go, the camera work, the intentionally vague story and an odd over-tone to the entire thing. So it makes all the more alarming when it throws it all out the window at the end and we're treated with a 'boss fight' that could be taken from any number of video games. That's how I felt in the end- despite all the good cheer it got from me the end ruined it somewhat.Possibly a bit melodramatic but it really was one of the most jarring things Iv'e come across in film. For the most part I enjoyed it so I can't hold too much against it. 'Dark City' opens with a man in a bath tub, naked and startled. With no memory of who he is. It gets to the point straight away. there's a man - 'John Murdoch' (Rufus Sewell) - with amnesia he's on the run for something he doesn't remember doing and is being helped by someone he doesn't know, 'Dr.Schreber' (Kiefer Sutherland). As well as a cop he's also being changed by some beings that aren't human - floating and clicking - they're unnerving without being fearful.As the title suggest it's dark, very dark. But with a noire-esque feel to it - almost beautiful. Even more so when 'John' enters the street to see it silent, unmoving and everyone in some sort coma state. He's the only one left awake after midnight. The city itself is an endlessly fascinating place even before we learn more about it. Tall high-rise buildings and a Gotham city like aesthetic - with floating newspapers and to the point people. As for the beings or 'Strangers' their pale Nosferatu-like complexion has that quality of aliens that don't quite know what humans are look. As their intention becomes clear - there's almost some sympathy for them. Their acquaintance 'Dr.Schreber seems as out of place as they are (purposely so as his long standing detachment from the actual humans). I did find Kiefer's constant pauses and stuttering a bit of an annoyance as it didn't seems natural at all.It was mostly great up until the last 20 minutes or so when it descended into mind-numbing madness. With telekinetic powers visible through ridiculous colourless special effects. used to denote what they were actually doing instead of just lunging forward staring. Instead though it comes off as awkward and cringe-worthy as a short (as stated before) video game like 'boss-fight' ensues between 'John' and the leader of the strangers. All which is thanks to a get out of jail free card from the out of it Doctor. Once that unpleasantness is out of the way it does manage to finish somewhat nicely. Even if everything isn't what it seemed John's realisation and understanding of where he is leaves us on sweet and a little sombre note.I hesitate to call 'Dark City' disappointing because for 90 percent of the ride I loved it. But it's quick fix ending and resulting fight brought me down a bit. it was almost what those cult fans of the film said it is. The dismal looking city and it's empty hollow presence - with this one aware man present could be considered beautiful and it's antagonist aren't the be all and end all of evil they're not without - I guess you could say human side. it's visuals, story and world are well crafted and darkly surreal and quite different to anything iv'e seen.
(nl) wrote: A magnificent story that takes unpredictable turns and knows better than to be cliched.
(kr) wrote: Entertaining but nothing new or special. Paint by numbers.
(jp) wrote: Dope fucking movie. If you dig movies about set in a Native lifestyle, Watch this movie!