Lost in Space

Lost in Space

The prospects for continuing life on Earth in the year 2058 are grim. So the Robinsons are launched into space to colonize Alpha Prime, the only other inhabitable planet in the galaxy. But when a stowaway sabotages the mission, the Robinsons find themselves hurtling through uncharted space.

The space family Robinson is on a journey to Alpha Prime in the hopes of establishing a colony there and thereby saving humanity from extinction.  But now they must fight to live long enough to find a way home. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Lost in Space torrent reviews

Heather B (br) wrote: Ugh. How many 50 cent words can you pack in to one film? The writer of this film is clearly a pretentious a-hole with no soul. However, I still love Jason Bateman.

Leena L (mx) wrote: Teenagers saving the world by guerilla war fare..... Sigh.

Lovro H (de) wrote: I was quite excited to see this movie after having seen the reviews and the plot synopsis, but I have to admit I was disappointed. Dead Snow follows a group of friends as they're on their way to a cabin on a mountain. When they get there, they find out the place is swarming with Nazi zombies from WWII. It's basically Evil Dead, but with Nazi zombies and is much less interesting. The main problem of this movie is the first hour. The setup takes too long and when the awesome massacre finally comes, you're tired and just want the movie to end. The characters are mostly throwaway characters, you just wait for them to die, they're not interesting at all. The direction is good and I loved the look of the movie. I don't know if the movie was shot on the mountain for real, but it sure looks like it! The practical effects are amazing! I loved every single violent scene in this movie. The last 30 minutes are the best thing this movie has to offer. It's extremely gory and highly entertaining! The movie also has some humour to it, though it's not very funny, unlike Evil Dead II, which is hilarious. The acting was okay, I guess. I unfortunately saw the English dubbed version and the voices sounded awful. I'm sure the original voices fit in much better. The look of the zombies is great. You can tell this movie had a very low budget, but it's still awesome to look at! I just wish the movie had a more interesting first half. All in all, a good zombie/comedy movie with amazing gore effects, great soundtrack and good direction, but flawed acting and a dull first half make this movie a bit of a chore to watch. I would recommend this movie to fans of movies such as Evil Dead, noone else should watch the movie, though.

R S A S A (de) wrote: its cool movie cuz it learn u how to play withe u girl

Josh E (it) wrote: I thought it was pretty fun actually not perfect by any means but I loved the concept and setting

Greg W (nl) wrote: One of the director's later works, That Obscure Object of Desire, examines the puzzle of sexual politics. this was director's final film.

Josh G (au) wrote: Marjoe is an interesting little documentary and sometimes funny. Sometimes it tries too hard, as when the camera is positioned beneath a woman preaching so that the vent above her head looks like a halo - really? Mostly, though, it doesn't get too much further than its premise: Christian evangelism is a con, a lucrative business where preachers lie and lie and lie in order to get you to empty your pocketbooks.The A.V. Club's Nathan Rabin makes an interesting point in his review of the DVD: "[Marjoe's] confessions are so guarded and calculated that they barely qualify as confessions at all." I'd have to agree. There will be a quick scene of him in a hotel room, documenting the how-to of making it seem like you're washed in the blood of Jesus and getting the audience to believe in your act. But then the majority of the movie is just scenes of Marjoe courting the people in the churches he preaches at, dancing around the stage like Mick Jagger and gesturing wildly. It gets old kind of quick. I wish I had counted how many time Marjoe actually says the word "Jesus" in this film, because it's gotta be something like 500 times, no joke. If I ever hear the word "Jesus" again, I might go insane.Not to say that the movie is bad. There are a few moments, such as when our hero(?) is having dinner with another preacher friend, where he coaxes out of his hosts details of their vast wealth. The land they bought in South America, and how they intend to sell it to a company that makes Corn Flakes. Then, as an added bonus, he gets them talking about how the people in their church are "intelligent" and would be able to spot a fraud immediately. Little do they know, they are sitting with a fraud!But, again, that's the most of it. You get a little bit of an idea of Marjoe's '70s hippie persona, some vague ideas about hate being an unnecessary emotion. And he wonders whether he is a bad person at one point, but not with much emphasis. No, mostly the movie is content just to show people writhing around on the floor and pretending to speak in tongues and Marjoe all the while smiling over them. This kid has been preaching the word of Besus since he was four years of age, and yet the movie doesn't do much to address that. Marjoe has to be seriously fucked up psychologically, and yet the filmmakers were more content to sit around making fun of religion than to explore anything in-depth. Don't get me wrong, I love sitting around making fun of religion as much as the next guy, but I don't release documentaries about it. Bill Maher's much maligned Religulous looks like a sober analysis of religious belief by comparison.I like to think that I take movies for what they are, rather than what I think that they should have been. But I don't think that I'm being unfair here. Marjoe's false evangelism is just the tip of an iceberg that never gets explored any further. Maybe he was unwilling to let the filmmakers get closer to him, but I think a lot of the blame lies on the people making the movie for not pushing him more. Heh heh, wouldn't it be awesome if I wore a wig so none of the Christians knew I have long hair, and then I could take the wig off and freak them out? No, it would be awesome if you utilized your interview subject in any meaningful way.I guess I liked Marjoe, but the more I think about it, the more I'm disappointed in the way it turned out.

Xavier D (gb) wrote: I love this film. I hate comparing 'remakes' to their originals, I prefer to see them as stand alones inspired by the original story, told in a different way sharing a name. But it's quicker to say remake I guess. Dawn of the Dead '78 is the reason I like this genre, DotD '04 is why I still like. As far as running zombies go, I don't care, but it makes them much more a a threat... One of my favourite Directors, with some of the best actors about and a great soundtrack, good visuals, what more could you want? Might be my favourite Z film.Also loveable Ty Burrell does a great job at making you hate him as Steve.

jeroen v (it) wrote: A perfect film in every way. Allan Loeb's scenario is spot on, Bier's direction decisive and Oscar-deservingly sophisticated, both Berry and Del Toro sensational in the leads, all supportive actors superbly cast. I laughed and cried and smiled and felt included in this slice of life that stays with you forever. Even amongst Bier's extensive list of great films, this is a highlight.

Richard H (kr) wrote: Finally got around to Killshot and it was not as bad as I was expecting, all in all a pretty decent thriller