Exploring Space: The Quest for Life
How did life begin? Is there life outside of Earth? Is there a future for humankind on other planets? Each new discovery inches us closer to answering these cosmic questions linking life on Earth with the rest of the Universe and renewing our dreams of what lies in the unknown realms of the stars.
How did life begin? Is there life outside of Earth? Is there a future for humankind on other planets? Each new discovery inches us closer to answering these cosmic questions linking life on Earth with the rest of the Universe and renewing our dreams of what lies in the unknown realms of the stars. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Exploring Space: The Quest for Life torrent reviews
(es) wrote: Decent start. Dreadful story.
(au) wrote: I like Marjane Satrapi's work
(es) wrote: Fascinating! I love all 3 guitarist so this was easy for me to get hooked on. Each of them brings you deeper into there world then the movie is capped beautifully with the 3 of them jamming together. I find this to be a must watch for everyone. It brings you into a intimate look into rock and role and 3 very important men that help bring it where it is today
(ag) wrote: No original, weak argument, with no sense, bad screenplay and plot.
(kr) wrote: Not bad overall, however, it needed more gut-wrenching horror.
(au) wrote: Unremarkable. Not good...not bad..just meh
(au) wrote: Great, heartbreaking and defiant British film from the mid-eighties. Emily Loyd in a starmaking turn as a young girl wounded by abandonment and smothered by a small town on the lookout for any sign of "difference". Written and directed by the terribly underrated David Leland, (who also co-wrote the fine Neil Jordan picture "Mona Lisa"), it's a gritty film that offers honest rewards. Loyd in particular is amazing, glowing with delight when she elicits reactions of shock, and turning into a basket case when she's confronted with the genuine results of her provocations. There's tremendous charm in her brave desire for some room to breathe, to become more than a smart-aleck kid. Even when events turn grim and tragic, Loyd shows the kind of heart that lets the audience know she isn't about to stay down.
(au) wrote: Movie that was funnier than I expected.
(mx) wrote: wonderful acting. almost thought it was real footage.
(nl) wrote: This is nothing like "Barfly" for those of you who have seen it... he really is not 'that man'... he has so much more depth. Which is refreshing, and not disappointing at all. What i went in expecting to see: Excessive drinking, parties, fights, womanizing etc., and altho he has a lot of that in his life, that's not all of who he is. Definately helps me appreciate his poetry/ line of thinking/ life that much more. He's gritty, raw and says things the way they need to be said... no foolin. Well done documentary and quotes a few of my favourite pieces, esp. the bluebird one.
(nl) wrote: Will Ferrell is hilarious in this, definitely one of his better roles, and he is the strength of this movie.
(it) wrote: The only possible reason I could have for writing a review of such an awful movie is that I was a member of one of the unfortunate pre-release audiences, and the trauma has stayed with me since. Although I like Stacy Keach in general, I have no clue why he would have accepted a role in such a film. I am sure there are worse movies than this one, but thus far, this is absolutely the worst film I have ever seen. When the only memorable line in the entire movie is "Let's go f*** some teachers!" you know it has to be bad. Not only is this not worth renting, it is not worth being PAID to watch it.
(ru) wrote: 'My Left Foot' is a genuinely touching and moving story of family and making the best of difficulties that are thrown at you. It's subtly funny, and Daniel Day-Lewis' performance is remarkable.
(jp) wrote: A pretty good movie! I've never seen John Wayne in a role like this one. I recommend it because it shows how these men risk their lives to save America's livelihood.
(ru) wrote: Based on a true story, sometimes feels like a 40's news reel. Wooden performanes and no character development (who WAS Walker? What was his background?), otherwise a decent bit of film noir. Favorite scene: Cop: Let me see some identification. Walker: Sure...yeah I guess I forgot my wallet. Cop: Look I gotta see some identification Walker: How about my army discharge (as he pulls out a revolver), I got it right here!(as he lets the cop have it).
(ca) wrote: Beautifully shot, and if you weren't in love with Dietrich before seeing this movie, you would be afterward. But even at 90 minutes, the movie is repetitive. Cooper does good work, but he also never seems worthy of Dietrich.