Grand Central

Grand Central

A young unemployed man finds work at a nuclear power plant and begins an illicit affair with the fiancée of one of his senior workmates.

Gary, an unskilled young man, lands a job as a decontamination sub-contractor at a nuclear power plant in the lower valley of the Rhone. Inducted into the workforce by supervisor Gilles and... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Grand Central torrent reviews

Tony S (nl) wrote: Early check it tomorrow, so finding this Australian gem on a Saturday night. . awesome. If you like the Coen brothers style noir you can't do much better.

Andrew K (ru) wrote: A good idea for a film with a couple of good moments that doesn't live up to it's potential.

Trina C (kr) wrote: his was our porn back in the gap

Walter M (es) wrote: [font=Century Gothic][color=green]"Orchestra Rehearsal" is an Italian mock-documentary about an orchestra rehearsing in an old church. The film shows the musicians setting-up, talking about everything but music, being interviewed by an unseen camera crew, negotiating with the union representative, etc. Eventually, they get around to performing before a very interesting climax and ending.[/color][/font][font=Century Gothic][color=#008000][/color][/font] [font=Century Gothic][color=#008000]Federico Fellini's signature style of raucous energy is on display here. I did find this movie to be very entertaining.[/color][/font]

jason f (mx) wrote: My local Moviestop had this movie used for $3.99. The best part of the movie is the big Chuck Norris leaping kick through the car windshield. Without even having to sit through all 96-minutes, you can see the same kick reflected in Mr. Norris' sunglasses on the above picture. All events before and after led to that one kick. The actors were all hammy. The sex scenes were boring. The villian wasn't evil enough. Chuck does have a big political speech and the villian offers a counter argument but it all adds up to movie filler. And it isn't even entertaining filler at that. The soundtrack seems to be heavily influenced by every 50's-60's low B-rate Sci Fi film. It so odd to see Chuck Norris looking for something to drink in his 70's apartment and hear flying saucers sound effects suddenly audible from out of nowhere. To this film's credit, the movie starts off with a bang as Norris leds the Black Tigers, some secert military unit, to retrive POW's in Vietnam, but the rest of the story is without action or thrills. The movie comes to a halt after random scenes of destorying straw huts and Black Tiger members trying to save each other in the jungle. The least believable part, is that its 5-years later, and now Chuck is teaching History and policital science at some university. Norris must be smart to get a PHD so quickly in that same 5-year time period. It is fun to watch and make fun of. Everytime you see an Asian character, sinster music starts playing, and Chuck is called kick some butt. If you can turn off all logical thought, this can be fun at times.

Quinn C (fr) wrote: One of the weirdest movies you will ever see.