Lost City Raiders

Lost City Raiders

The year is 2048, and global warming has flooded much of Earth's land areas. A father and his two sons try to salvage treasures from sunken buildings when they are given an important assignment by the New Vatican.

The year is 2048, and global warming has flooded much of Earth's land areas. A father and his two sons try to salvage treasures from sunken buildings when they are given an important assignment by the New Vatican. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Lost City Raiders torrent reviews

Eils T (nl) wrote: better than some other big films I've seen lately!

Hilary N (au) wrote: Love this movie so much and I've already watched it for three times !XD

Trim K (de) wrote: Justice League: Crisis on Two Earths 4/5 stars. Excellent. Check it out.

James J (es) wrote: This is a rather interesting (and frightening) thought experiment. The art is in the realism -- I keep forgetting this isn't an actual documentary that I'm watching, or that this hasn't happened. That's a testament to the writing and the general tone, which definitely feels like a 20/20 documentary or some shit about a big event that just happened recently. What's frightening is how plausible everything is following the President's assassination.

Johnny F (kr) wrote: I remember loving this movie!

Fong K (gb) wrote: A quintessential Pedro Almodvar classic with his unique idiosyncrasies of bizarre turns of events, gaudy colours and eccentric women on the verge of a nervous breakdown.

Peter W (de) wrote: Pretty good for its time, it has held up pretty well. This one is about a family who goes on vacation only to find out that while they were away fishing a nuclear war was taking place. This movie is blatantly sexist, but other than that, it's a nice little film that probably no one knows about now.

Asa B (mx) wrote: I just didn't connect with this and was left feeling bored from beginning to end.

James R (it) wrote: One of, if not the first alien invader movie(s). It's 1951, and it's still good. I loved how the alien species was merely a bit higher tech, not god-like, as we tend to see alien races depicted in modern sci-fi; they couldn't even communicate -- except through geometry!

David A (jp) wrote: What is everyone talking about? It was filled with both subtle and obvious humor. I loved this movie. It had me laughing from the start and I had to watch it twice. This is up there with Hallpass and Heartbreak Kid.

Steve W (de) wrote: Connery is back! But this time, it incredibly campy and cheesy, and makes itself seem like a thinly veiled parody of James Bond. From the opening scene where M tells Bond to go on a diet, and the ridiculous kill and fight scenes, the movie makes Roger Moore seem serious. There is a few good moments with the film's villains, mainly Fatima Blush. Other than that, this movie is how NOT to make a 007 film. I'll never watch this movie again, never.