The waters surrounding an island become contaminated by chemical dumping, and people who eat fish caught in those waters become deformed and violent.

The film follows Dr. Del Shaw (Ian Bannen) of the government's investigative environmental organisation Doomwatch as he faces islanders indirectly mutated by dumped chemicals. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Doomwatch torrent reviews

Walter V (au) wrote: Great on screen chemistry

Jonah R (es) wrote: My friend says this is her favorite movie... (Then again she chose Justin Bieber over the Beatles, so I learn not to trust her opinion.) But this seems like an unneeded sequel to an unneeded remake.

David O (us) wrote: Visual experience is definitely not as strong as Man Push Cart, but provides an equally interesting peek behind life of the people we normally won't pay attention. Realistic enough not to romanticize about the life of the poor, but hopeful enough to let the human spirit shines through at desperate times.

Jocey D (nl) wrote: So very bad on every level: acting, story/plot, production. Big waste of time.

David S (kr) wrote: Better than most give it credit for. Like The Man, it is an experience that will leave you shaken, disgusted, repulsed, disturbed perhaps angry at the director. Call it what you want, but you cannot forget it, it's that powerful

Aaron O (us) wrote: To me, this still remains to be one of the best Vietnam war films of all time because rather than the great "war is hell" film like Saving Private Ryan where you root for the soldiers to triumph, in Hamburger Hill, (Spoilers, in case you didn't already know) there is no actual triumph here. You watch these men go through agony and suffering for... well... for nothing, really. In a way, the underlying messages in these two films are exact opposites that share a common theme of "war is hell." However, while the moral of the war in Saving Private Ryan is "war is hell... and it's justified", the moral of the war in Hamburger Hill is "war is hell... and it's all for nothing." For every battle scene in Hamburger Hill, you see this platoon of men getting slaughtered. You rarely ever see an American soldier kill a Vietcong. You feel their pain and live their anguish. And by the end of the massacre it seems as though the film ends on a question. "Was it worth it?" And the answer to anyone with an empathetic, sane mind would be a blatant, "No."

Dante L (ca) wrote: loved this movie!!!! Has a good plot and funny characters, and a very human and bad guy.

joey b (kr) wrote: All time Gangsta Classic

Jesse F (mx) wrote: One of the 80's most underrated cheese-tastic slasher flicks.

Tanner B (kr) wrote: -IGNORE THIS RATING3/4Peckinpah's bizarre, bloodthirsty story of an American bartender and his girlfriend and their trip through the Mexican underworld to collect a $1 million bounty on the head of a dead gigolo. Takes a long time getting stared, but once it gets going, it never lets up for a second. Gritty photography, and effective use of locations.

Adam D (ru) wrote: probably saw this a very long time ago

Stephanie S (kr) wrote: Nothing special, but I'm a sucker for Clark Gable :D ALthough Sophia Loren is adorable and the little boy about the cutest thing you ever saw!

richard s (nl) wrote: I adore Kate and have to find the time to watch one of her earlier films.

Raji K (us) wrote: Adam Sandler is Henry Roth, who sleeps with women and has next to no interest in settling down. This changes when he meets Drew Barrymore (Lucy) and the two hit it off immediately. The catch is however that she has short term memory lose, and each date is a first date for her. Despite this he does his best to continue winning her heart., 50 First Dates as an interesting premises, but fails to take off as really a comedy or a romantic movie. The film somewhat gets redundant and does not have enough going for it. 50 First Dates is not terrible, but will not likely be in anyone's short or long term memory.

Jacob G (nl) wrote: The second installment of the rocky series is not as good as the first movie but has the heart the first did