Radar Men from the Moon
Commando Cody, 'Sky Marshal of the Universe', works with American scientists Joan Gilbert and Ted Richards in the development of a flying suit and a rocket to the Moon. When the nation's defenses are being sabotaged and destroyed, Cody learns that an atomic-gun is being used and that the men on the moon are the culprits. Cody, Joan and Ted take off in a rocket to the moon and, upon arrival, Cody is captured by moon-henchmen, working for Retik, who seeks to capture and rule the earth. But, at the end of chapter one, Cody appears to be in no position to keep Retik from achieving his goal.
- Stars:George Wallace, Aline Towne, Roy Barcroft, William Bakewell, Clayton Moore, Peter Brocco, Robert R. Stephenson, Don Walters, Tom Steele, Dale Van Sickel, Wilson Wood, Noel Cravat, Baynes Barron, Paul McGuire, Ted Thorpe,
- Director:Fred C. Brannon,
- Writer:Ronald Davidson
Strategic targets on Earth are being destroyed by an unknown weapon. Government security head Henderson suspects it's an "atomic ray" originating from the moon! He assigns Commando Cody, ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Radar Men from the Moon torrent reviews
(jp) wrote: This is a movie that should have been a TV series. It kept me just interested enough with the hundreds of story lines to keep watching until the end. I did love Luis Guzman's line about "Sorta Rican" though.
(ag) wrote: Excellent cinematography one that is very rare in Bollywood movies and a good drama.
(mx) wrote: So corny it works, although the downside was that it allowed Serious to make another film.
(ag) wrote: This is a really good movie with a great cast including a very young Christian Bale as Alexi. I love it!
(br) wrote: I'm not sure whether that Doctorow is my favorite author and that Ragtime is my second favorite book makes me biased for or against this film. I really did want to like it a lot, but since Ragtime is written like a patchwork quilt, to imagine it distilled down to movie length made me nervous. Knowing how great the source material is and having to see it chipped away, seeing some of my favorite aspects of the plot lost... it's harder to enjoy the movie for what it is. I'll admit it was interesting to see the way they pieced the movie together differently to avoid issues with length, but I can't help but feel a sense of loss. I guess I'll have to accept that, for me, there's no way an adaptation of a Doctorow novel could do it full justice. But if I try to view the film separately from the book, it still has a good plot (though potentially a bit confusing), fairly well developed characters, great acting, and perfect settings.
(gb) wrote: This movie is the perfect example of something being a mile wide and an inch deep. There are too many characters, too many perspectives, and not enough feeling. If it weren't for the famous faces I wouldn't have been able to keep track of who anyone was or which side they were fighting for. There are some truly brilliant shots of air combat scattered throughout but it all gets a bit tired by the end and without any real emotional core or character to latch onto I could help but lose the battle of indifference.
(us) wrote: Maybe the first successful feature film using guerilla camerawork. A good ride but not what I expected.
(fr) wrote: it's hilarious and i love Terssa's performance here :)
(us) wrote: A real dob. Done to perfection.
(br) wrote: 87% want to see this? it's fucking lame is annoying as shit and omg did I say annoying already? If you like films where the lead protagonist is snot nosed kid with a video camera who is filming a documentary about the new house he's moved into and how people are dying around him and none of his family believe him then fine go for it. This film sucks giant donkeyballs and hats off for the cast for trying to make this work...sadly it doesnt and all I wanted was to get to the scene where they all get bumped off so I didnt have to watch anymore..Oh sorry did I spoil the end? Good saves anyone else watching this dreadful piece of film making.