Metal Tornado

Metal Tornado

The HELIOS PROJECT is a high tech facility tasked with storing and converting solar rays into an endless supply of renewable energy. After years of research and millions of dollars, it is now time to test the system out.

An American company inadvertently unleashes a magnetic vortex on an unprepared world. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Barbara H (ca) wrote: Just OK. Nothing exciting.

Carlos Z (it) wrote: Enjoyable and intriguing.

Ebony S (fr) wrote: I can see why I've never heard of this film!!!

Lee M (gb) wrote: Outside Sales is a testament to what you can do with a small budget, good actors, and a smart script --- even if it treads fairly familiar territory.

Chris D (jp) wrote: Excellent Movie series....

Irish E (ag) wrote: This film kept jumping back and forth in time. It occurred so frequently, that it became difficult to follow the story line.

Calyre Z (ca) wrote: "En toute complicit"

Grant K (gb) wrote: A powerhouse performance from the superlatively talented Rhames makes this an absolutely enthralling piece of work.

Dylan K (ca) wrote: son of the mask is better than this

Kim B (ru) wrote: Chris and David are so funny. Def some quotes from this movie. However, the plot was really dumb and uninspiring because you've seen it a thousand times.

Ian H (br) wrote: In the 4th installment in the second Godzilla movie series, Godzilla is up against one of greatest foes- Mothra. While this is going on, the earth is in utter chaos and is being destroyed by mankind and a new monster has awakened, named Battra. This entry is a descent and entertaining flick that has great monster action and an interesting story. It also has a good message in the end and is fairly executed. Unfortunately, the movie has flaws. The first thing is that some of the special effects that are bad or lazily done. Mothra is a little to puffy and looks worse than in the original movie and in some of the action scenes you can see the strings that are holding the monsters. The second flaw is that the two main human characters are horrible. They act like teenagers and are so immature that is like watching a bad love drama.Final Verdict- Although it has flaws with it's special effects and characters, the movie is still entertaining to watch and is a descent Godzilla movie. If your a Godzilla fan, than you'll like the movie. If your just an average movie goer and want to watch something entertaining, then you'll might be entertained. I give it 3 stars out 5.

David G (kr) wrote: Suave and sophisticated super duper spy Derek Flint (James Coburn) - the man with babes on tap, a lighter with 82 different uses (83 if you count lighting cigars) and the ability to stop his own heart - makes his debut in this, the original James Bond spoof. Lacks the truly imaginative spoof material of the later Austin Powers series (though to be fair they did have 30 years worth of Bond movies to harpoon rather than Flint's 4) but there are enough laughs and hot 60's chicks to keep you entertained. Dopey fun.

Spencer H (de) wrote: Good story, good acting, good movie, Big is one of my favorites.

Robert H (kr) wrote: CADDYSHACK is yet another movie that everyone else but me has seen until now (apparently). It's directed by Harold Ramis and features Bill Murray and Chevy Chase in their prime, along with Rodney Dangerfield. Why wouldn't it be good? Well, if 90 minutes of improvisation with little to no plot is your idea of good comedy (and considering comedies these days, there are a lot of people who feel that way), then you'll feel right at home. For me, there were a number of individually funny bits from each of the main cast members, but the unfocused, episodic nature of the story kept me from being invested too much in the goings-on at this snooty country club. The best running gag is one that everyone is probably familiar with: Bill Murray and the gopher. But it was only funny in and of itself, feeling mostly tangential to the story (or to justify Bill Murray's presence). There was the potential to do a satire on class conflict, but Rodney Dangerfield threw a wrench in that (most of his bits didn't work for me at all). Chevy Chase got to do some of his shtick as well, but overall it felt like all the cast members were just trying to show each other up instead of being a real ensemble cast. I will say that the soundtrack, heavily featuring Kenny Loggins, was quite good though. Ultimately, I did laugh a handful of times but the script and its execution left a lot to be desired.

Niccol N (br) wrote: This film is just terrible : director/screenwriter/editor Oren Peli gets wrong anything he can; violating every screenwriting "rule" made popular by "script gurus". He starts with a terrible script in what the late Blake Snyder would have called the "Monster in the house" genre , and it's talk, talk, talk from beginning to end. Characters talk the plot all the time, or expressly tell the audience how they're feeling : "Something's happening in this house", thanks ! I know that already. "I want to leave, I'm scared" says a character : Peli, don't tell me about her fear, show me her fear ! Films are visual ! And you've shot this film almost entirely in sequence shot ! I don't think that's a good idea in terms of film pace. And the whole story is something about two characters talking and talking all the time : you'd have to be Quentin Tarantino or David Mamet to keep up the audience's attention for such a long time. But you're not, and "Reservoir Dogs" had it's action sequences between dialogue parts, you know. Dialogue only, well it would have been hard for them too. Oh, and do you think having a door slightly opening, obviously filmed using someone pulling invisible threads off-screen, will really give someone the creeps ? There is one film shot entirely in long take, you know : it's called "Rope", and, you know, it was directed by someone named Alfred Hitchcock. And, yes, it was shot in a close environment too, but if you're not Hitchcock ,Brian De Palma or a real Hollywood big shot, I'd seriously recommend you not to do it at home. and it doesn't matter at all if you come up with some decent ending if you've killed the film a long time before it.You see : the problem is not you're trying to do "poltergeist" on a low-budget, without special effects. The problem is you're tryin' to do "Poltergeist" at home when you don't know to write first, and you don't know how to direct it secondly. So why not going for a different subject ?

J M (kr) wrote: "This Movie Is On My List Of 10 Movies That Should Never Be Remade"***** 1/4Looking Back On It I Feel That This Movie Is Like A Stupide Funny "Saved By The Bell" Teen Comedy With More Of An Edge Of Drama & Violence Added On To It.For Me The Film Was Definitely Entertaining & On My List Top 10 List Of Movies That Should Never Be Remade.~I Give This Film An A - (Amazing)