Doomsday Machine

Doomsday Machine

Spies discover that the Red Chinese have built a "doomsday machine" capable of destroying the surface of the Earth, and that they plan to use it within a matter of days. Meanwhile, Project Astra, a manned U.S. space mission to Venus, is in its final hours before launch when it is taken over by the military and nearly half of its all-male crew is replaced by women. The reason for this becomes apparent when, shortly after Astra leaves orbit, the Earth is completely destroyed in a global cataclysm! Is the human race doomed? What dangers and wonders await the crew of the Astra on their journey to Venus?

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Michael J (fr) wrote: Don't you love movies that make you feel like you're reading a book? Coulda been better. But much better than what I expected.

Arpad C (ag) wrote: This was a waste of time ... :(

Joe A (ag) wrote: Salvage has basically the same plot as The Crazies but on a smaller scale, focusing on a mother trying to reunite with her daughter as all hell breaks loose. There are some tense and suspenseful moments and some effective violence but there are also moments that drag a bit and in a movie that is less then 80 minute long, that is not good.

Denise P (fr) wrote: just okay. it was funny and a different type of film that i expected.

David W (au) wrote: Ok movie with good animation always from Aardman

Carlos M (au) wrote: For a filmmaker who is so obsessed with aesthetic rigor, it is strange that Trr doesn't seem to mind about all that horrible, fake-looking dubbing, yet still this is an evocative film (albeit repetitive and not so well finished) that makes beautiful use of strong black and white contrasts.

Tom L (ag) wrote: Sensitive and touching

Kasonde K (mx) wrote: good movie as good as the previous 1

Aj A (kr) wrote: Great to watch for any 5-11 year old. I loved this movie when I was a kid and still do even though the special effects are out dated.

Bryce F (us) wrote: Definitely one of the darker animated films I've seen, but it goes rather closely to George Orwell's novella (which I really like).

Joshua D (us) wrote: Rescue Dawn is uncompromising and unashamed. Christian Bale's performance leads the man vs. nature battle in a compelling and overall satisfying direction. But its not a movie I'd watch twice.

Dave J (gb) wrote: Monday, July 22, 2013 (1990) Wild Orchid EROTIC DRAMA Directed and co-written by erotic film maker Zalman King who's intention was to disrobe and exploit some of the world's most attractive models and actresses. I mean, he initially tried to get super model Cindy Crawford to do the role but she did not want to do full frontal so King got upset and got super model Carre Otis to do the role instead. The basic set up takes place in Mardi Gras, New Orleans, and Emily Reed (Carr Otis) happens to meet James Wheeler (Mickey Rourke) by chance and she appears to be impotent and he is supposed to somehow get her through that except that he starts to fall for her instead. And of course, theirs a heavy make out scene at the end which couldn't make it to sensors, and is now available on home video or DVD. It was a result of this film which both actor Mickey Rourke and supermodel Carr Otis became a real life couple. And it was also this film that both Rourke and Otis went to a downhill spiral creating many scandals and tabloid rumors which I think Rourke became the part rather than just acting out the part since often in porn movies, money was no object for the artificial environment that they live in and that main characters are 100% superficial with no dire consequences- like living in the Playboy mansion. And as a result of this film, Rourke also took a film hiatus and went into boxing for awhile before returning for a come back to do a semi-personal movie of himself called "The Wrestler" for both he and Otis physically "look' a lot worst then before they agreed to do the Wild Orchids movie in the first place. 2 out of 4 stars