A boy must fight his way from an alternate reality, back to his own, to save his suicidal 5-year old brother; when 3 billion people are reported missing.

In the year of 2077 a large count of the worlds population, 3 billion, suddenly disappears. A boy must fight his way from an alternate reality, back to his own, to save his suicidal 5-year old brother. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Everywhen torrent reviews

Shantel D (fr) wrote: Same as the first, funny if you turn off your brain.

X T (ca) wrote: Quite impressive and intimate recollection of the '68 protests and its aftermath on a group of young intellectuals and pseudoartists in Paris. Given that I knew nothing about the historical background of the film nor having seen The Dreamers I probably missed many details. The film is beautifully shot in high contrast, under-lit 4:3 ratio. It feels like a silent at times with its silent film transitions. Other than the first hour which depicts a particularly eerie protest and the main character's escape from the police, the film is like a series of vignettes of the youths' aimless bohemian lives. The film is effective at capturing a sense of disillusionment and aimlessness of those people.

Cecily B (br) wrote: I love dancing movies, this was more of a documentry. It was interesting but I still did not like it much

Rob M (jp) wrote: Great horrors are as rare as a white buffalo. Celebrate them.

Kyle M (kr) wrote: this movie is messed up, freaky, creepy and scary

Jayden R (nl) wrote: a must hear and see.

Filippo V (br) wrote: Adrenalinico film d'azione con sequenze fantastiche e una storia coinvolgente anche se non del tutto originale. La regia della Bigelow mi ha colpito molto, anche se a tratti l'ambientazione circostante non viene mai contestualizzata le riprese restano comunque solide e mai rovinate da eccessivi tagli come spesso capita.

bill s (fr) wrote: Where's the Cheessy camp that made the TV series so good.....lost in this movie's space it seems.

Huw G (es) wrote: Extremely tense thriller let down badly by simplistic political farce and sentimentality that tells us nothing we don't already know about the horror of war.