Disaster at Silo 7
During routine maintenance of a liquid-fuelled ICBM, the fuel tank is penetrated by a falling spanner. The film traces the efforts of the maintenance crew and associated military and civilian personnel to recover the potentially disastrous situation before the fuel tank is sufficiently depressurised that the stack collapses and explodes.
- Stars:Ray Baker, Peter Boyle, Patricia Charbonneau, Perry King, Michael O'Keefe, Joe Spano, Dennis Weaver, Joe Urla, Brent Jennings, Christian Clemenson, Ken Jenkins, Maureen Teefy, Jack Kehler, Olivia Burnette, Justin Burnette,
- Director:Larry Elikann,
- Writer:Mark Carliner (story), Douglas Lloyd McIntosh (story), Douglas Lloyd McIntosh (teleplay)
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Disaster at Silo 7 torrent reviews
(au) wrote: Awesome Music.. Nice Movie..
(es) wrote: Billa 2 could have become a classic in the genre, if focus had been on the story and characterisation rather than concentrating on needless exaltation of the character. Billa 2 is a glitzy flick, nevertheless, without a soul.
(us) wrote: Another really good effort from Sion Sono, I'm really enjoying most of his movies so far. Like his others, Cold Fish is very over the top, and while I think some of the other movies of his I've seen were supposed to be funny in a satirical way, with Cold Fish the humor translated overall better for me, and it comes across mostly as a dark comedy for me. Looking at the movie poster just now, it strikes me how similar it is to the poster of Straw Dogs, and thinking about it Hoffman's character from that film reminds me a bit of Shamoto. Both start out as timid, "civilized" modern men that throughout their respective movies are driven "to the edge" through events mostly out of their control.
(kr) wrote: (First and only viewing - In my early twenties)
(it) wrote: Not interested. I generally avoid horror movies.
(it) wrote: very nice movie for a daughter and father
(gb) wrote: The film is a 6.5/10. Very simple comedy told in an Irish fashion. Certainly not Hollywood, which is often a good thing. Honest and to the point, the plot sends a positive message about charity to children and adults alike. Some scenes reflecting on the young protagonist's deceased mother, are real tear-jerkers. Family viewing recommended.
(ca) wrote: One of the best experimental films I've seen. Truly phenomenal
(nl) wrote: Great cast, and the first half of the movie was very good. It could have ended a lot sooner and been better off though.
(ag) wrote: Comprised of superior acting, heartfelt direction and inspiring and motivational undertones, My Left Foot is a joyous indie triumph
(ca) wrote: No thankyou - Not interested
(ag) wrote: Just when I thought I couldn't possibly love Barbara Stanwyck anymore...she goes and throws scissors at Judith Anderson's face. AT HER FACE!
(gb) wrote: A very powerful film that stands the test of time. Visually orgasmic, superb performances. This is a very unusual piece of cinema with an exciting and memorable conclusion. It will intoxicate the viewer with its mood, like the scent of the flower after which this film was named. A masterwork from Powell and Pressburger.
(fr) wrote: I love Dougray Scott but I hated this movie. It seemed like everyone was bored making the movie. Not sure it is was the script or the director, but it just felt so boring.
(jp) wrote: I'll begin by saying I was never really into anime. One or two projects aside, the genre never really amazed me like it has others (and that includes Akira), but after seeing Blood: The Last Vampire, I can say that I'll definitely give anime more of a chance. This is one of the most impressive looking films I've ever seen. I know it's unfair to say but this was truly a gnarly looking picture. The mixture of 2D and 3D animation left me in awe. Even the lighting techniques were awesome. Add to that the backgrounds, characters and action sequences that made sure my eyes didn't move from the TV screen. Director Hiroyuki Kitakubo deserves a 'happy ending' for the work and effort he put into this. The action sequences and shot compositions were always moving and the edit of the whole thing kept the movie going at a quick and intense pace. I know it's animation but holy crap, it was excellent. Youki Kudoh was a perfect voice for Saya. She had a little innocence in her voice while being able to transition straight into badass mode. Voice acting alone made me fall in love with this girl. Next therapist appointment soon... Joe Romersa does well as David. He didn't blow me away but he got the job done. Add to this an amazing score by Yoshihiro Ike along with blood//monsters (that never made violence look so glorious) and you get one of the best animes I've seen in a very long time. So what's stopping me from giving this one a perfect rating? The movie was too freakin' short! I was anticipating a way longer time with this little gem. The plot was interesting enough that it could've easily stretched at least another 40 minutes. I was actually surprised when the credits rolled and had to look it up online to make sure it wasn't a TV pilot or something. Lastly, the character of The Nurse (played by Saemi Nakamura) annoyed the piss out of me any time she popped up. I don't think it was Nakamura's voice, she was alright, it was just the character herself. Way too juvenile and whiny for someone who supposed to take care of kids. But beyond that, I had an excellent time with this one. If you're a fan of any anime, Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Blade or any of the like, this is something you should definitely see. Maybe I'll go check the anime section of the downtown comic shop on my next trip...
(nl) wrote: A very amazing, action movie about a game show. It reminds me of probably my favorite movie, Catch Me If You Can.
(ag) wrote: unoriginal and boring
(mx) wrote: Sound and fury signifying nothing.