A shuttle is launched into space to release a new satellite. When an explosion occurs the crew has to think of a way to get back to Earth without atmospheric pressure (max q) crushing the damaged shuttle. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
A shuttle is launched into space to release a new satellite. When an explosion occurs the crew has to think of a way to get back to Earth without atmospheric pressure (max q) crushing the damaged shuttle.
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Franisko R (de) wrote: Like always, great acting by Glenn Close. A serious and sophisticated film.
Pete S (ru) wrote: Jesse Moss was awesome in this and i couldn't help but compare him to a young Tom Cruise but that still remains to be shown. Forsythe who i feel is very underrated pulls off the Gacy charactor brilliantly. this movie pulls no punches in showing you the dirty parts of the world that are usually whitewashed by Hollywood!
Pam G (ru) wrote: It was a cute movie. It would be fun for small kids.
adam b (gb) wrote: Fantastic. It's this sort of short animation that gives you an extra reason to not be late when going to see a pixar film at the cinema!
Paul D (us) wrote: This is a very surreal gangster film, but the powerful imagery of the final scene is just about worth waiting for.
Charm P (ca) wrote: The same as the first.
Milly B (us) wrote: Ralph Fiennes. What were you thinking?
THOMAS S (us) wrote: With this movie it ws my first exposure too Ernest!! and I must admit at first i really liked him but being exposed too the rest of his libabry it wasnt as good.
Sayer F (jp) wrote: Naked Lunch is hard to describe. It's a visual metaphor that can sometime be funny, weird, gross, uncomfortable, creepy, yet brilliant. This is Cronenberg at the top of his game.
Sam G (jp) wrote: It's a very messy film, not really knowing what its plot is trying to be, but it's entertaining to watch, and there are some pretty memorable scenes.
Jack B (ca) wrote: A Comedy treat that in many ways is quite fresh- coming at a time before the certain solid genre hybrids the film is a paranormal Comedy with an added dash of romance. Harrison and Cummings are hilariously at odds and Hammond is delightfully cheeky but the show stealer is Rutherford who is simply a jonas the barmy Madame Arcarti.