A scientist notices strange frequencies coming from within the Earth. He and his assistants discover a living rock underneath a volcano. They bring the rock to their lab, and discover that ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Lesley C (ag) wrote: Such a beautiful movie...based on a true story....shed a few tears....good cast....really well done!
Lorrie K (kr) wrote: Its fun for true believers to see all the old faces again, but no information that isn't already very well known. I'd like to see a post -iPad update.
Hillary D (br) wrote: Captivatingly creepy. This movie literally nauseated me because of how disturbing it was. There is no peace. Only ongoing nightmares!
Tay W (mx) wrote: i love this movie , i can find the first one but not this one ... i cant find this one any where .
Phenyeia O (kr) wrote: Outstanding movie John Wayne is my family favorite actor
Kristen P (mx) wrote: A darker R&H musical that I think was directed superbly. I'm glad I own this classic.
Holly S (ca) wrote: This massively confused me, I like the concept but I couldn't get my head round it.
Stuart K (jp) wrote: Written and directed by Peter Hyams, this is a very original and very gripping sci-fi thriller that's more science fact than science fiction, if you believe the Apollo Moon Landings were faked. But, this came out at a time when political thrillers like The Parallax View (1974) and All The President's Men (1976) caught the mood of America at the time, this took it in a fantastical direction, and it works. Capricorn One is set to be the first manned rocket to go to Mars, with Colonel Charles Brubaker (James Brolin), Air Force Lieutenant Colonel Peter Willis (Sam Waterston), and Navy Commander John Walker (O. J. Simpson) at the helm, but at the very last minute, it's discovered that there's a problem with the life support system, so the take off goes as planned, but Brubaker, Willis and Walker aren't on board, they're whisked away by Dr. James Kelloway (Hal Holbrook), who explains the situation to them, and announces they're going to fake it. So, they create the surface of Mars in a studio, but NASA technician Elliot Whitter (Robert Walden) finds out, but not before he alerts journalist Robert Caulfield (Elliott Gould) that something might be up. It's a thrilling and exciting film, and Hyams was always an underrated director, and this is one of his best films, and this has appearances from David Huddleston, Karen Black and Telly Savalas flying a crop duster. It's got good moments of action and drama, and sits proud with over conspiracy theory films, even if this is fiction.