A crew of young researchers escape into the future to avoid the shutdown of their project. They find that some type of 'eco-crisis' disaster has de-populated the area around their lab (in rural Idaho) and, by implication, the nation or maybe the world. Stranded in the barren future, in their travels they encounter an abandoned freight train possibly full of corpses (maybe, it isn't very clear). One of them travels further into the future and meets a family in a futuristic automobile, implying that that humankind has recovered from the disaster (or have they?)
- Stars:Kelly Bohanon, Kevin Hearst, Caroline Hildebrand, Keith Carradine, Dale Hopkins, Fred Seagraves, Ted D'Arms, Joe Newman, Susan Kelly, Meredith Hull, Roy B. Ayers, Judy Motulsky, Kim Casper, Debbie Scott, Devin Burke,
- Director:Peter Fonda,
- Writer:Thomas Matthiesen (story), Thomas Matthiesen (screenplay)
During a time of waning global resources, a crew of young researchers travel into the future to escape an apocalypse before the shutdown of their time transfer project. They find that some ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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(us) wrote: Global warming is a myth how can youpeople not see that the only research facilities that show any posotive evidence towards it are in the city near heating ducts, cars, and pavement all which increase temp in the immediate vecinity, the research facilities in the middle of nowhere that do not even have an asphault road leading to them actually show a decrease in temp, polar bears are not dying from global warming but the idiot researchers who go out there and drug to polar bears are killing them the polar bears which are still high try and swim and end up drowning and the brown bears are not going farther north if a polar bear spends too much time inland its fur turns brown. You would think biologists would know this kind of stuff but apparently not.
(es) wrote: Considering Evans is Captain America I swear this got almost no advertising. What you get is a familiar post-apocalyptic world in an unfamiliar location. Worth a watch.
(br) wrote: It's a great look at Lennon's early life with Aaron Johnson excelling as the troubled, young John Lennon.
(it) wrote: Not as good as the first! Still watchable!
(ca) wrote: O final subverte o ponto de vista que assumimos ao longo do filme. Afinal, (quase) tudo (C) cultural, no?
(mx) wrote: The film that sends up a multitude of films in a wild way, "Wrongfully Accused" follows a man who was wrongfully accused of killing a woman's husband, and he then goes on a mission to clear his name. The acting is purposefully bad, with all giving as much cheese to their lines as possible. The jokes are great, and the spoofing of classic film scenes is inspired. The film moves along at a brisk pace so it can fit everything in it's short runtime, and it works out well. There are even some jokes hidden within the credits. The film is one of Leslie Nielson's best, and is definitely more worthy as a spoof than those pathetically bad "Scary Movie" films.
(jp) wrote: I defy anybody not to smile when Maiku's theme music kicks in.
(gb) wrote: You wouldn't think that 105 minutes of one guy on stage talking would be this good. But it really, really is. It's clean, too, which you don't see often in comedy...and it's absolutely hilarious. Cos deals with drugs, dentists, and doctors, before leading up to a string of very funny stories of his children. I could watch it over and over again and laugh just as much every time.
(ag) wrote: This is a great movie! I love the randomness of the scenary, and Antonio Banderas is great (even though he only had a small part in this movie)!
(au) wrote: A great yarn. Made all the better by being shot on a real ship, not some Hollywood set.
(ca) wrote: Tsui Hark's amazing. I feel with this film he really comes close to perfecting the moving and frenetic camera action scenes. His photography is intense as all hell, and the story allows for some great badasseries as well. There are narrative points that are week, but over all it's an incredibly mature and stylistic martial arts piece. One of the best remakes ever made.
(au) wrote: The bad critics are definitely tasteless and just regurgitating in front of everyone else. This was a fantastic movie the people that don't like it are either insane or sheep.