In the last moments of World War II, a secret Nazi space program evaded destruction by fleeing to the Dark Side of the Moon. During 70 years of utter secrecy, the Nazis construct a gigantic space fortress with a massive armada of flying saucers.
- Category:Action, Comedy, Sci-Fi
- Stars:Charles Chaplin, Julia Dietze, Udo Kier, Peta Sergeant, Christopher Kirby, Götz Otto,
- Country:Finland, Germany, Australia
- Director:Timo Vuorensola,
The Nazis build a moon base in 1945 and hide there until 2018 when they plan to return to power. When the Moon Nazi UFO armada darkens the skies, ready to strike at the unprepared Earth, every man, woman and nation alike, must re-evaluate their priorities . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Iron Sky torrent reviews
(ca) wrote: Absolutely beautiful depiction of nature--gave me an appreciation for it that I did not previously have. Also shared an extremely rare--and interesting--perspective with the world: the life of a mountaineer/guide living in the remotest part of British Columbia. What a bizarre life! He has a rock climbing course built into his home for his kids to practice on...eye-opening stuff. Definitely recommend!
(br) wrote: I did not know that Lovelace's story, especially her involvement with the classic porn film Deep Throat, was such a tragic story of naivety and abuse. Seyfriend entirely disappears behind her wig and make up here, giving a pretty damn convincing performance. The writing and direction could have been a little more stringent, though, making it a somewhat uneven movie. People hoping for big sex scenes will not get much out of it either.
(de) wrote: entertaining family movie with this surprise cute character
(nl) wrote: Ca aurait pu etre excellent. Mais 80 minutes d'images de pingouins qui disent n'importe quoi tant que ce sont des calembours ayant en commun le theme du sexe, c'est un peu long. SAM JACKSON reste neanmoins un excellent narrateur et certains gags ( surtout ceux de TRACY MORGAN ) gerent.
(nl) wrote: I really like this movie, and not just because Sarah Polly's in it. It's quirky, and very unexpected. But you'll know why critics didn't like it.
(jp) wrote: Exploration of 'wit' made for a unique and comedic perspective on stuffy French politics.
(kr) wrote: One of the goriest films ever made, Later for most really gory films.
(br) wrote: Maria Felix owns this movie amazing
(fr) wrote: with an all star cast and a hilarious script oceans 13 never puts you down and brings you on a funny well acted crime caper
(es) wrote: While not widely known, this is an important film. I heard about this film from a Collider Movie News video on YouTube (via Mark Ellis). I almost bailed on this film several times, not due to the acting, directing, editing, soundtrack or dialogue which were all expertly done. My reasons were my own weakness. This film takes a very explicit view of an addict and of a corporate coverup. While I knew Chris Evans (as Mike Weiss both a brilliant attorney and an addict with a very stupid sense of eventual damage from illegal and prescription drugs) from the Avenger/Captain America films, I had no idea the scope of his talents. The performance of Chris Evans elevates this movie from the usual disease/persecuted small guy-type melodrama, to a affecting drama. The end credits give some closure to this story (based on a true case). I recommend this movie to those interested in stories with legal and investigative themes. I would love to make this movie mandatory screening for the USA congress and senate along with WHO (World Health Organization) . This film is is not a stuffy sterile story, but one with the ability to keep the viewer riveted to the screen.
(fr) wrote: good movie. what I expected and more