Deep Blue Sea
On a remote former submarine refueling facility called Aquatica, a team of scientists are searching for a cure for Alzheimer's disease. Dr. Susan McAlester genetically engineers three Mako sharks, intending to increase their brain capacity so that they can harvest the tissue as a cure for Alzheimer's. Unfortunately, the increased brain capacity also makes the sharks smarter, faster, and more dangerous. Aquatica's financial backers are skeptical and nervous about the tests, and send a corporate executive to visit the facility.
On an island research facility, Dr. Susan McAlester is harvesting the brain tissue of DNA-altered sharks as a possible cure for Alzheimer's disease. But the facility soon becomes the bait as a trio of intelligent sharks fight back. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Deep Blue Sea torrent reviews
(ag) wrote: 6/10: Intriguing story coupled with amazing action, this prequel to the "Sherlock Holmes of Tang dynasty", Detective Dee and the Mystery of the Phantom Flame (2010), is quite an exciting and entertaining watch.
(ru) wrote: Generic and boring, yet somehow still entertaining. Maybe its because it was so bad that I laughed through most of the movie.
(mx) wrote: Its really crap but I am ashamed to say I kind of enjoyed it.
(fr) wrote: just loved this movie! inspiring!
(nl) wrote: Now I know I'm a banana. I can't relate at all.
(ag) wrote: So much better than an OFFICER AND A GENTLEMAN. Stars El Guapos side kick Tony Plana, sexy siren Nicollette Sheridan and the greatest actor NEVER to make it in Hollywood so far ROBERT "RIP" PLAZEK. His deleted pool scene was a CRIME against the spirit of acting. This MAN almost stopped production with his starvation fainting epsode. He almost drowned in an attempt to bring REALISM into a floundering production. He took a full blooded fist to the head in th gay pile up beach scene and last butt not least, he gave his all on the casting couch to earn his part in Sandringham beach film history. Yes folks, ROBERT PLAZEK carries this film and director George Miller will rue the day that he dried to crush this countrys FINEST acting talent to satisfy Hollywoods lust for star power over quality. One star for the overall production value and acting by the STARS and 4 stars for the HEROIC efforts of Plazek to inject humility, realism, swimming, drowning, that hair cut, tenderness and god given looks that Brad Pitt, YES, Brad Pitt could only dream of. Can i just finish by saying i have never met R. PLAZEK, true story.
(it) wrote: The greatest movie of all time.
(jp) wrote: Average 80's martial arts except for Van Damme and the lead kid - some pretty good action towards the end - but the bruce lee link is ridiculous - 3 stars for the final fight
(gb) wrote: A product of its era, but quite touching and effective.
(mx) wrote: I did laugh a few times but, more often than not, I found this to be boring. Tom Hanks and John Candy do have the occasional moment, but the overall story is not polished enough to get me fully invested.
(ca) wrote: Wow, that was boring. The tale of the Sorcerers Apprentice was not completed.
(fr) wrote: I LOVE this...it's SO cute!
(mx) wrote: A very interesting movie where an amnesiac is given an experimental drug to try to recover his memories. It seems to have failed, and upon escaping from the institution, he befriends a young boy who is bullied.While the two try to solve the mystery of the boy's step-father, the amnesiac begins to have horrifying visions of violence and death.I won't spoil the ending, because it is quite good (although expected once the clues start dropping), and there is a decent resolution to the main plot.The acting is pretty good overall, but it would have been nice to have seen Lucy Lawless have a more prominent role.Greg Grunberg is excellent as the step-father. Definitely worth a watch.
(us) wrote: A really good comedy with lots of music!
(es) wrote: I know little of the history of Ireland during this time but I felt that this film was as much about present day America as it was about Ireland of the 1930s. The film examines one man raised to the level of hero, partially, or so it seems, on nostalgia and whatever the opposite of nostalgia is. Hatred?The Catholic Church in the form of the local parish priest is the enemy here, but, in another context, the enemy would be Protestant fundamentalists. The word fascist is bandied about by the characters who are fascists, and, thereby, play the same word games the American right does.The weaknesses of the film were its old-fashioned hero worship and a sort of vagueness about Jimmy Gralton's politics. However, an endearing performance by Barry Ward as Jimmy nearly made up for the weakness of the script. I do wish this handsome actor had been given some meatier speeches. I am undecided about the rather contemporary vocabularly -- Jimmy in discussing the 1920s in America uses the word bubble in a way people in the 1930s would not have. However, such anachronisms may have been a way to create a parallel between Ireland of 75 years ago and contemporary America.
(nl) wrote: Ocean's Eleven is a heist film that is a remake of the 1960 film with the same title, and it stars George Clooney, Brad Pitt, Andy Garcia, Julia Roberts, Matt Damon, Don Cheadle, Bernie Mac, and many others in this big cast. The plot is about Danny Ocean who got out of jail, just so he starts his plan of robbing Benedict's casino, and gets his best friend to create a crew to get it started. From seeing the other movies of the series, this movie is the best one out of all of them. The plot is more simple and restrained than both of them, and it's more clever also. The cast are great and it really fits to the film, although I heard a lot about how Don Cheadle's accent is one of the worst accents in a film. Now I actually thought that it was fine, but it's definitely not a legit one though. It's really smart, and it has snappy dialogue from the script by Ted Griffin. It develops the Ocean crew a lot that we know what they are, and what their function is that's relevant to robbing the casino. It's got some twists that I was really shocked at and really liked. Ocean's Eleven is a really great film that is better than I expected for a remake.
(ag) wrote: Shedding light on a once-taboo subject, director David O. Russell's adaptation of Matthew Quick's novel draws on both contributor's personal experiences with mental illness. A poignant emotionally-resonant film that is both charming and funny, Russell artfully never glosses over the angst of difficulty of situation but doesn't wallow either. The Silver Linings Playbook is a unique blend of deft pacing, accentuating camerawork, combustible acting, intriguing cast combinations, a stellar screenplay, prudent dialogue, astute direction and the relatable topic of a dysfunctional family in turmoil; that is completely deserves its eight Oscar nods. Unadvisedly released under plea-bargain from an eight month stint in a Baltimore mental hospital for attacking his wife's lover in their shower, Pat Solatano (Bradley Cooper) is surprisingly upbeat, holding on to his mantra of Excelsior like a life raft. Determined to find the silver lining in battling his bi-polar disorder, depression and anxiety, Pat is willing to jump through as many precarious hoops as required in his quest for emotional stability and to repair the damage he's done by earning back the love of his estranged wife.His well-meaning mother Dolores (Jacki Weaver) didn't consult his father (Robert De Niro) before picking up their damaged son, and although rooting for him, Pat Sr. is skeptical about his son's optimistic recovery. Persisting with his theory of family togetherness as it coincides with his own mass of neuroses as a failing bookie, his extreme fandom for the Philadelphia Eagles is fueled by outlandish OCD superstitions proving that the apple hasn't fallen far from the tree. As expected, Pat's recovery derails frequently, until he meets a mysterious girl with similarly complicated problems. A recent widow with excessively low self-esteem, the highly inappropriate Tiffany (Jennifer Lawrence) buries her issues in sexual encounters (with literally anyone). Her sexual offer rebuffed by Pat and his unfounded faithfulness his restraining order welding wife, Tiffany agrees to help Pat breach the gap by deliver a letter, but in return he must agree to be her partner in a local dance competition. Although blackmailed, the more they practice, the better they sidestep their issues. But when Pat Sr. and Tiffany face off for Pat's attention, can a deal that accommodates and benefit all their eccentrics be found or will things spiral completely out of control? Each character layered with their own complexities, the ensemble cast is terrific. Cooper is marvelous in his most multidimensional role to date. Inspired and convincing, he strikes a measured between twitching social ineptness and edgy impulse control. Versatile It-girl Lawrence is outstanding. At just 22 she not afraid to step outside convention to achieve acting greatness and as the sex-driven widow going through a spectacular meltdown of her own she is sheer dynamite. Effortlessly bouncing off of each other's energy, their potent chemistry and sexual tension is something from rom-com lovers to savior. De Niro delivers his best performance in years in a somewhat familiar OCD driven role, whilst Tucker (in his first non-Rush Hour film since 1997) is fantastic for so many reasons. The Verdict: With disarming ease this movie demands closer inspection. The Silver Linings Playbook is a brave accomplishment for all and an intelligently rich adult-centric comedy experience for audiences.Published: The Queanbeyan AgeDate of Publication: 01/02/2013
(gb) wrote: If you liked the show you will love this movie
(de) wrote: A great performance from Sally Field highlights this otherwise pedestrian story that's populated by a bunch of made-for-TV "A" list actors. The story is forced and clich (C)d but Fields performance makes it work in the end.