Exploding Sun

Exploding Sun

The world watches in awe as the Roebling Clipper is launched into space. Using state-of-the-art scalar engines to fly around the Moon and back in just hours, the maiden voyage of the first-ever trans-lunar passenger ship is about to make history. Among those on board: First Lady Simone Mathany, space-exploration entrepreneur Steve Roebling, Dr. Denise Balaban, pilot Fiona Henslaw, and a very lucky lottery winner. But while en route, a massive solar flare sparks a cosmic-ray burst that accelerates Aurora’s engine and blows the ship away from Earth’s orbit. Now out of control, it’s hurtling straight for the sun.

he creator of the scalar drive teams up with a NASA astronaut to save the entire human race from certain extinction. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Exploding Sun torrent reviews

Rajiv P (br) wrote: realllly love the song Maula Mere Maula by Roop Kumar Rathod. and the codography is good in the song.

Harry B (us) wrote: I know that lots of people loved this movie and critics say there is no depth to the message, but let me tell you all something very simple and beautiful about this film. The deep moments come when the movie slows and the beautiful music speaks to you as a person. During these moments you can tell that these two have a deep fundamental understanding of one another. This is not a hard hitting movie about some depressing subject, but it does speak to who we are as people. If critics can't see that, well then they better be blind. Also if you don't know french the movie isn't nearly as good. So if there are critics out there who didn't like the movie: learn french and rewatch it. Favorite movie. Masterful. For critics: try watching this as a person who doesn't analyze every boring plot element of films and just feel it.

Eldin B (jp) wrote: "Nobody can avoid falling in love. They might want to deny it, but friendship is probably the most common form of love."

Pete S (it) wrote: The movie's heart and story, both bleeding and mending, and its quartet of characters are hard to abandon -- and easy to care about.

Mohammed A (mx) wrote: It's good movie to watch

Kevin I (gb) wrote: Fond memories of this movie. I used to blush at the part where Rudolph bumps noses with his girl!

Ash C (ru) wrote: A favorite... Saw this when I was very young and it left a big impression on me.Think it helped prompt my bent towards pondering philosophical questions and an interest in space. (not that I know anything ! Just helped spark my curiosity.) :-)Visually the castle at Mont St. Michael was a brilliant stroke. So many meanings to it. It stands resolute and unyielding in contrast to the characters musings on the flux of life and fleeting nature of existence.

Adam R (ag) wrote: Some movies just lend themselves so well for a "Mystery Science Theater" treatment. Alas and alack for what could have been.... "Memorial Valley Massacre" is a typical slasher movie, with a deranged, stereotypically-inventive killer; moronic victims who, despite repeated orders to stick together, walk alone into the woods; and idiotic exposition. That being said, "Massacre" is enjoyable as a way of laughing at inept filmmaking, particularly the terrible dialogue and cliche plot movement (each unlikable character gets killed off one-at-a-time). It is nice to see the biggest self-absorbed asshole in the movie get impaled on a spiked log trap before he can enjoy a tender moment, especially since his name is John Kerry.

Patrick S (ag) wrote: It has such pretty and colorful sets that it's almost worth watching to see them but between the weak story and the thoroughly bored Christopher Lee pretty much wrecks this.

Logan M (es) wrote: This movie blazed the trail for the greatest romantic comedies in cinema including "His Girl Friday," "Annie Hall," and "500 Days of Summer."

Aaron G (jp) wrote: How did something this smart slip through the cracks and get green-lit? It defies Hollywood.

Bryan W (es) wrote: It's a shame when Facebook's limited description of a movie synopsizes the entire plot of a movie in a way that makes watching the film itself unnecessary.This is one of those genre films where what you see is what you get. Don't be fooled by the title, though; there are no children playing with dead things here, as all the actors are easily in their 20's. And insomuch as they play with dead things, well... the first hour or so is set up showing this unlovable bunch toying with a lame attempt to resurrect the dead. When the title (re: moral) finally comes into play, you'll be happy that something is finally happening. Given that the movie is rated PG, however, you won't get the satisfying deaths that would befit this decidedly annoying crop of young adults, who seem to laugh incessantly (and annoyingly) at every turn when they aren't repeating the same line of dialogue over and over again. In fact, it would be a challenge to find anything satisfying about this movie at all; it's poorly shot, poorly written, poorly acted, poorly directed, and lacks the action to warrant its run-time. This could never be more clear than when adults at hand fail TO DEFEND THEMSELVES AT ALL AGAINST THE UNDEAD. The makers seem to think that hiding in a house and inexplicably running around makes for good exposition. Well, even a child could see through this transparently z-grade affair, thus giving life to the film's title to an unintentionally hilarious end.