Life After People
In this special documentary that inspired a two-season television series, scientists and other experts speculate about what the Earth, animal life, and plant life might be like if, suddenly, humanity no longer existed, as well as the effect humanity's disappearance might have on the artificial aspects of civilization.
- Stars:Struan Rodger, John Anderson, David Brin, Bill Bruninga, Ron Chesser, Ray Coppinger, Eric Doehne, Sergey Gashchak, John Hadidian, Kevin Harrison, Gordon Masterton, Nabil Nasr, Alex Nickson, Howard Oliver, Stephen R. Palumbi,
- Director:David de Vries,
- Writer:David de Vries
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Life After People torrent reviews
(ag) wrote: Delicious B-Movie comedy and horror. Great mix.
(us) wrote: Teh longer version Dragons et Princesses is even better - just in French......
(de) wrote: Beautifully shot and driven by extremely strong characters played by extraordinary actors. A strangely 'soothing' zombie movie that I wouldn't mind rewatching.
(gb) wrote: Either the fans of the Yu-Gi-Oh! trading card game will enjoy this film or nobody will. Gladly, I am one.
(gb) wrote: really dumb movie... funny plot idea but they managed to ruin it completely. Don't torture yourself with it.
(de) wrote: Surprisingly good, sort of uneventful, but very introspective. Based on a novel of some dude from Australia that travels around the country fleeing from debt living in shared homes, documenting his experiences.
(fr) wrote: Witty, exciting, hilarious, and all-in-all shameless. This is a movie that answers the question, "what if Arnie did a James Bond movie?"James Cameron directs this movie with an awesome sense of earnest purpose. He understands that the persona Arnold has created is a little ridiculous, and he plays on that, but he isn't at all pandering about it. He doesn't underestimate the intelligence of his audience.Also, I must say, this movie has some of the most exciting and inventive action sequences I've ever seen. It has all the shootouts, explosions, and bathroom fist fights that one could ask for in an action film, and then all the ones you never even thought of.It also has the added benefit of a positive theme, celebrating the reignition of a broken marriage, as well as the good that comes from honesty, and how lies only leave hurt feelings and brokenness in their wake.This is truly one of the best action movies ever made. From the script to the direction to the unbelievable action, this is an absolutely stellar movie that seeks to entertain and be enjoyed and nothing more.
(gb) wrote: I appreciate this more now that I am older. So funny!
(ag) wrote: I guess I must not be a Fellini fan, because I didn't really get it or care about this film.
(nl) wrote: Oh man, only now is this movie put up for rating. I've watched this on DVD long ago and forgotten most of the story. Only remember Glenn Ford is a submarine commander and Ernest Borgnine is the trustworthy 2nd in charge and they are hunting for a Japanese ship. Towards the end they succeed but their sub is going down and all the crew use a device to breathe and swim up.
(nl) wrote: Kirk & crew return to Genesis to recover Spock's body.Continuing from The Wrath of Khan, the title doesn't really leave much to the imagination about what happened to Spock but as resurrection stories go, The Search for Spock isn't too bad and while being an odd-numbered Star Trek movie, I find it more enjoyable nowadays.The crew return home but they still feel incomplete with Spock absent. Not until Sarek, Spock's father, comes to see Kirk do they realise there is a chance to save Spock.Kirk decides to risk it all and takes the Enterprise back to Genesis where a Klingon commander has attacked a research ship and taken hostages, including Saavik and Kirk's son, David.The showdown results in more losses to retrieve Spock and flee the failed Genesis planet.There are some great moments in this film, especially with McCoy suffering the effects of Spock's katra in his head. The sequence 'Stealing the Enterprise' is probably one of my favourites, while her demise to stop her falling into Klingon hands is one of the saddest Enterprise moments of the franchise.As the middle movie of a trilogy, The Search for Spock does what it needs to and indeed what its title suggests it should do.