Pervye na Lune

Pervye na Lune

In spring 1938 in the mountains in the north of Chile a fiery UFO, later named "Chilean Sphere ", fell down...

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:72 minutes
  • Release:2005
  • Language:Russian,Spanish
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:moon,   rocket,   space,  

In spring 1938 in the mountains in the north of Chile a fiery UFO, later named "Chilean Sphere ", fell down... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Pervye na Lune torrent reviews

Jenn T (de) wrote: Good cast, unfortunately they were wasting their time on yet another dooms day movie.

Dee R (gb) wrote: Buena por el cine Colombiano. Buena moraleja

Santayana (nl) wrote: its kool i guess mii fav person iz mahalaki

Ian C (kr) wrote: I avoided this for years as I really wanted to like it. nearly twenty years later I finally took the plunge and it was even shitter than I expected. Roth is awful as a vocal Mr. Bean type Bellboy. It is so painful to watch.

Lafe F (ag) wrote: Somewhat unbalanced collection of Looney Tunes shorts, presented in three acts. Act I (my favorite) has Yosemite Sam trying to outwit Bugs in various clips from classic cartoons: Sahara Hare, Roman Legion Hare, Wild and Wooly Hare, etc. There's some new footage of Sam in Hell dealing with the Devil; I don't know why they didn't just use the same animation from "Devil's Feud Cake"? Act II had Bugs against gangsters Bugsy and Mugsy. Act III had Bugs as host of an Oscar-esque Awards presentation, giving awards to different Looney Tunes characters, with accompanying clips of their performances. Alright, I suppose. Not the best of what Looney Tunes has to offer. A bit of a curiousity; I don't remember this being at theatres...

Vaughan A (it) wrote: Used to love this as a kid ESP the black car chase cool for it's time

Gregory W (de) wrote: good stuff with Edawrd G

Robby R (au) wrote: One of the earliest screwball comedies is part backstage and part road movie with John Barrymore supplying a manic, hilarious, dastardly theatre director.

Troy K (de) wrote: Pretty much goes how you would figure, really corny at the beginning and ended in classic Hollywood fashion.