Megaforce is an elite multi-national military unit that does the jobs that individual governments wont. When the peaceful Republic of Sardun in under threat from their more aggressive neighbour the beautiful Major Zara (Persis Khambatta) and General Byrne-White (Edward Mulhare) see the help of Ace Hunter (Barry Bostwick) and Megaforce.
- Stars:Barry Bostwick, Michael Beck, Persis Khambatta, Edward Mulhare, George Furth, Henry Silva, Mike Kulcsar, Ralph Wilcox, Evan C. Kim, Anthony Pena, J. Víctor López, Michael Carven, Bobby Bass, Samir Kamoun, Youssef Merhi,
- Country:USA, Hong Kong
- Director:Hal Needham,
- Writer:Bob Kachler (story), James Whittaker (screenplay), Albert S. Ruddy (screenplay), Hal Needham (screenplay), Andre Morgan (screenplay)
Story about a rapid deployment defense unit that is called into action whenever freedom is threatened. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Megaforce torrent reviews
(es) wrote: Pacing and preachy tones spoil an interesting concept with an ending I thought was going to have a summary from He-Man.Well acted, but probably as this is great propaganda to show in schools to get kids to behave. Would have been better with actor/ess in 20/30's and maybe splitting the stories to show its no just kids. I liked the concept, the few twists, it did make you think however it is not reasonable to logically conclude that the first flame on a posting leads to a suicide. Showing a vindictive side of trolling would have made a more convincing argument. Having actors of different ages would make it more 'believable' and relevant. However, the question of righting wrongs - racist, xenophobic, sexist posts is noticeably absent. In addition, so are cynical posts about public figures and celebrities about actions which effect a population or worldwide fanbase. Thus the reasons and callous nature must be taken into consideration, in isolation bullying seems to affect every form of criticism and ultimately means nothing.
(fr) wrote: Though not the greatest sci-fi by far this film accomplishes what it sets out to do. It is a throw-back to the old B-movie and lower sci-fi films - notably of the flying saucer type. It is corny and oddball just like those old movies but doesn't go into the realm of overly funny or trying to make fun of them. It treats itself seriously just as the old films used to do. It isn't trying to make a modern take on it and go off the wall with ideas but stays concise and follows its main story with tips of the hat to various classics.
(jp) wrote: Creepy but good one!!!
(br) wrote: A great light-hearted coming of age story. Nice looking guys and a great story line. Rent it, you won't be disappointed.
(ru) wrote: Beautifully filmed in Jamaica. Lots of fresh talented actors .Marley makes a great leading man
(ru) wrote: A documentary masquerading as a thriller, Brazilian film Bus 174 unfortunately doesn't have much success at either. The intriguing premise is that a real life bus hold up was caught on CCTV and by the press and broadcast across the country. Directors Lacerda and Padilha use a lot of this footage in their film, interspersed with interviews with the people involved. In theory this should be fascinating, but in practice it materialises as several people repeating verbatim, converstations they had on the bus with the hijacker over long shots of him walking up and down the bus and shouting at the bus. While possibly comunicating the boredom of a four and half hour hold-up, this translates into dull cinema since for most of the running time nothing actually happens. Similarly the film puports to tell the story of Sancho the hijacker, but this turns out to be mainly more, and this time all too brief, interviews that fail to build up much of Sancho's character and crucially try and establish why he held up an inner city bus in rush hour. This is a great shame because its clear that these are people with issues that deserve to be heard on a wider scale, but at best we are left with only a hazy impression of Brazilian life.
(ca) wrote: Concentration camp where kids are sent to dig holes. Although "Cave Man" as the inmate is called, realizes they are digging hole for a reason other than building character. The movie seemed slow bit held my interest. All leading to a happy ending.
(gb) wrote: As thoughtful as its predecessor, though the songs are specifically for a young target audience
(ag) wrote: Simply AWESOME! I'm no big Kung-Fu movie guru but this one seems to hit all the right buttons. One Armed Kung Fu master who can walk up walls? CHECK! Old man who uses a hat attached to a chain to cut off your head? Check! AMAZING soundtrack? Check!! SEE THIS NOW!
(kr) wrote: Hilarious, horrid special effects, and a chimp turns into a man in a gorilla suit!
(ca) wrote: Oh, yeah, that's going to all work out just fine...
(it) wrote: As Jon Stewart's first feature film, Rosewater serves as a delightful entry into the filmmaking genre. The film was engaging and I was captivated with the strong performance by the leading actor. It was a smart depiction of real-world problems.
(us) wrote: Another enjoyable movie about ambitious dance crews.