Inside the Milky Way
Embark on an astounding journey across 100,000 light-years to witness key moments in the history of the Milky Way. Using cutting-edge science, National Geographic constructs a 3-D state-of-the-art CGI model of our galaxy. We'll peer into the heart of the Milky Way on the hunt for super-massive black holes, watch how stars are born and die, fly out and above the plane of our galaxy to understand its true shape and scour its dusty spiral arms for the possibility of life.
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Inside the Milky Way torrent reviews
(de) wrote: I just sow a kind of Jack Sparrow dress as an Indian. I had better expectations. Shame ......
(br) wrote: Good indie movie about love, race and class as two African Americans in San Francisco try to make something more meaningful happen after their one night stand
(it) wrote: pues ami me suki...O_o'....^_^'...*0*...=)...
(fr) wrote: Funny how the follow up to the "hood" entry ends up not only being better than the last, but one of the better entries in the series period. best production quality of the series so far. injects fun back into the series.
(ca) wrote: Although the story has a few plotholes and makes little sense, the visuals will surely keep your attention. But the film might not be for one with a weak stomach. THIS IS BAT COUNTRY!!!
(ca) wrote: A real great surprise. It shows the missed gems that are out there if you are willing to read through subtitles. A very sweet story of a family with its issues. A few surprises along they way. I just loved this film.
(us) wrote: This film is intense.
(ru) wrote: Nelson Wright (Kiefer Sutherland), convinces four of his medical school classmates - Joe Hurley (William Baldwin), David Labraccio (Kevin Bacon), Randall Steckle (Oliver Platt) and Rachel Manus (Julia Roberts) - to help him discover what lies beyond death. To do so they conduct clandestine experiments that produce near-death experiences via flatlining. Nelson decides to flatline for one minute before his classmates resuscitate him. While "dead", he experiences a sort of afterlife. He sees a vision of a boy he bullied as a child, Billy Mahoney. He merely tells his friends that he can't describe what he saw, but something is there. The others decide to follow Nelson's daring experiment. Joe flatlines next, and he experiences an erotic afterlife sequence. He agrees with Nelson's claim that something indeed exists. David is third to flatline, and he sees a vision of a black girl, Winnie Hicks (Kimberly Scott), that he bullied in grade school. The three men start to experience vivid hallucinations that are related to their afterlife visions, but Nelson's circumstances are particularly freakish; he is repeatedly physically attacked by Billy Mahoney and each day presents with fresh cuts and wounds. Joe, engaged to be married, is haunted by home videos that he secretly filmed of his sexual trysts with other women. David is confronted by a vision of Winnie Hicks on a train, and she verbally taunts him like he did to her. And when Rachel finally flatlines she ends up getting visions of her dead father. Nelson and the others eventually understand that their visions are connected to repenence of the acts that happend in the past...I havent seen "Flatliners" since I saw it at the movies when it came out in 1990. Really feels like ages ago and you can tell that as well by the pristine and young looks of Sutherland, Baldwin, Bacon, Platt and Roberts. This is a pretty ok existential thriller, but the direction feels maybe a bit out of date with a lot of sweeping zoom ins and this 90s touch/feeling to it. The acting is as well a bit wobbly, but not so it ruins the movie. It carries a bit of a camp stamp as well with a grand story of trying to find out whats beyond death and it ends up with some sort of pseudo religious answer about repenence. Not, that its wrong to repenent stuff we have done and carries as a burden, but Ireckon "Flatliners" creates its own campiness via this storyline. The Washington Post's Rita Kempley wrote in 1990 "Movies about dying, grief and life after death are cropping up like corn in the Field of Dreams as a response to on-screen violence, a reaction to AIDS, a desire for something beyond materialism." and this is something thats still valid 23 years later. Thus, the foundation of the movie is interesting and intriguing, but the end result is not entirely satisfying. I reckon we all feel that there has to be something bigger, something more grand beyond death. Something thats maybe not explainable. What struck me when watching "Flatliners" was how beautiful Julia Roberts were back then. In the wake of "Mystic Pizza" and "Pretty Woman". I had kind of forgotten that. She has lost that spark she had in 1990.Unfortunately. "Flatliners" is ok, but not as good as I remember it was.
(ru) wrote: Early period of Sammo Hung's work. Yuen Biao does a good job too.
(kr) wrote: The film might as well be named another Scary Movie sequel, for Haunted House tries incredibly too hard to offer comedic moments.
(it) wrote: Great film of aging stuntman similar to The Wrestler but better.
(br) wrote: This film is very beautiful and romantic , today movies are not so . You should not have this punctuation
(fr) wrote: A lazy "Scream" knockoff that is never as clever as it thinks it is. The knowing pop culture winks (Dawson's Creek and "Noxema girl") are forced, and the twist ending is painfully predictable.
(jp) wrote: I kind of loved the majesty of the locations, sets, and costumes mixed with the simplicity of the story. From Kubrick its almost disappointingly straight forward, but it's so meticulously detailed and sincere it manages to balance out.
(kr) wrote: Oh yes, the seventies, when feminism was a popular subject. Field gives a stellar performance as a worker who teams up with the union. The overall story is a bit slow but the cast shines even when the direction is lacking.