Ford Brody, a Navy bomb expert, has just reunited with his family in San Francisco when he is forced to go to Japan to help his estranged father, Joe. Soon, both men are swept up in an escalating crisis when Godzilla, King of the Monsters, arises from the sea to combat malevolent adversaries that threaten the survival of humanity. The creatures leave colossal destruction in their wake, as they make their way toward their final battleground: San Francisco.
- Category:Action, Adventure, Sci-Fi, Thriller
- Stars:Elizabeth Olsen, Aaron Taylor-Johnson, Bryan Cranston, Juliette Binoche,
- Country:USA, Japan
- Director:Gareth Edwards,
- Writer:Max Borenstein (screenplay), Dave Callaham (story)
Godzilla started from the Philippines in 1999, where scientists Ichiro Serizawa with assistants probe a collapsed mine. They discovered a giant cave. It seemed have a huge creature came out of here and headed straight out to sea. A later time, near Tokyo of Japan, an earthquake collapsed Janjira nuclear power plant, leading to tragedy for Professor Joe Brodys family. 15 years later, Joe was still haunted by tragedy in the past. He had an illegal intrusion the power plant area isolated to investigate but he failed. His son, Brody Ford, an UXO clearance expert of the military, were from the US to Japan to guarantee his father. However, the reunion between father and son became the next exploration trip into the forbidden land. What they found was beyond their imagination… . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Godzilla torrent reviews
(fr) wrote: Entertaining movie with action, romance comedy ... everything.
(jp) wrote: I like movies like this. It starts and you will be taken on a ride. You get the whole range of human emotions. Then when it ends you go that was a great movie
(gb) wrote: A very realistic and dark film. Every actor seems believable. This film is an emotional rollercoaster as we see the central character change from being a bright student at the top of his class to hitting rock bottom and losing almost everything.
(ag) wrote: An *almost* good movie. Skip it.
(jp) wrote: The Burning Bed is primarily known as the TV movie that made people first take notice of Farrah Fawcett as a serious actress as well as the first in a string of similar "victim overcoming victimizer" roles for her. It tells the true story of Francine Hughes, a Lansing, Michigan woman who in 1977 incinerated her husband while he slept after suffering over 13 years of domestic violence. Hughes was subsequently found not guilty by reason of temporary insanity. Fawcett's beautiful looks and thin, whispery voice are used to great effect here to play up her role as victim. The terror in her voice and her gorgeous, yet battered face somehow makes this woman's plight that much more horrible. Francine falls into a typical, yet familiar, pattern of the "battered woman's syndrome", constantly taking her abuser back in the hope that he's finally cleaned up his act. Yet as she finds her voice and the will to survive takes a hold of her, there is a transformation in the character and the way that Fawcett plays her that is mesmerizing. The last twenty minutes are brutal, terrifying yet, ultimately triumphant. The Francine Hughes case is credited with putting a spotlight on the devastation of domestic abuse. It helped bring about the national awareness which inspired legislation and policy to help victims of domestic violence find the desperate help they need in order to escape the cycle of violence. Paul Le Mat, an actor I'd only seen as the hapless Melvin Dummar in Melvin and Howard (1980), is frightening in as the "average joe" abuser Mickey Hughes, Francine's ex-husband. Various Hughes family members are portrayed by such great character actors as Grace Zabriskie ("Big Love", "Twin Peaks", Fried Green Tomatoes), however they will infuriate you with the way they handle their son and Francine's horrific circumstances.Fawcett lost the Emmy that year to Joanne Woodward for her performance as an Alzhemier's sufferer in "Do You Remember Love?"
(ag) wrote: A terrific thriller with each kill ramping up the tension and an ending that will leave you reeling.
(ag) wrote: Main reason I loved this movie was because of Jane Oliver. She did the duet with Johnny Mathis.
(jp) wrote: Unpleasant exploitation nonsense with production values no better than a 1970's home movie.Garbage.
(au) wrote: Monty Clift as a priest sounds like the start of a great sex dream but as it turns out this legal drama is actually quite thrilling in other ways too!Hitchcock had me yelling at the screen, "Just tell them!" the whole time so yeah...I think he did it right.
(ag) wrote: Slow, boring, and unrealistic. The opening scene with the therapist was funny, but it all went down hill from there.
(es) wrote: shockingly bad casting. A 75+ Brian Denehy cast as Pacino and De Niro's boss, as he was the only actor who looked older than them in a stodgy, formulaic role as the boss trying to control two impetuous Cops. such a waste of the talent: clearly some studio exec has thought it would be great to have the legends acting together in another film, whereas the roles require actors at least 30 years younger. ridiculous.
(jp) wrote: The Hunter is an Iranian film directed, written and starred by Rafi Pitts. When I started watching it, it slowly drew me towards its robust climate, hardly few exchange of dialogues in duration of 18mints. Yes I knew it was my cup-of-tea. Rafi Pitts plays 'Ali' a night-watch and hunter, his wife and daughter have been killed in exchange of fire between police and insurgents, he has identified dead-body of his wife, but not of his daughter. He is lonely, speechless, perplexed, political-prisoner. He kills a policeman at vintage-point exactly in same manner, his wife and daughter were killed. He is captured into woods by two policemen (one being big-mouth corrupt, the other being polite and honest), they lose their way back. This is an essential part of film, this puts them to practical test of their lives. Excellent cinematography, handful of dialogues, but too much to fill the space. Roger Ebert says about character Ali (Rafi Pitts) "He has an uncanny presence. With his severe, tense face beneath a dark brow, he suggests Daniel Day-Lewis" (what else to say about this movie)!!!