Rescue plunges audiences into the hard, but inspiring work of saving lives in the face of a natural disaster. Behind the scenes, the film follows a Canadian naval commander, two pilots, and a volunteer rescue technician as they train for action. When an earthquake strikes Haiti, creating one of the biggest humanitarian disasters of the century, the audience is swept along, joining with the massive effort that brings military and civilian responders and hardware from around the world. Rescue is a journey of real-world disaster and emergency response captured (in 3D) with unprecedented scale and impact for the giant screen.
RESCUE will capture the dynamics and drama of disaster response, giving the audience an insiders view of a truly remarkable force for good in a world that is increasingly in need of it. ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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(us) wrote: En av de smsta filmer jag sett. Vad handlade den om egentligen?
(jp) wrote: one of the finest concert movies from the 70s great music and 70s vibe !
(nl) wrote: This began incoherently; it seemed to be a series of vignettes that had little connection. As it went on, it came together pretty well. The dragons were awesome, but there was not enough of them in the movie. The acting is barely decent - Swayze overplays it hugely, Perabo looks great but lacks presence. It appears the director didn't know what effect he was looking for, campy fantasy or action with a fantasy backdrop. He wound up throwing everything at the wall and went with whatever stuck. Not great by a long stretch, but it was worth the watch by the time it ended.
(gb) wrote: Muy buena opcion de Netflix , el perro se lleva la movie...
(ru) wrote: Another zombie movie with a $1,000 budget. I didn't even make it to the Mike Smith part (bubbles from trailor park biys).
(ru) wrote: It doesn't get any more realistic than this take on low-budget independent filmmaking.
(ca) wrote: I enjoyed this creature feature that takes place underwater. Its a lot like the movie The Thing, Not nearly as good but still pretty dope.
(ru) wrote: Eighties cheese with horrible special effects and spectacularly hammy overacting from both Sands and Grant, this is still enjoyable nonsense if you're in the right mood
(us) wrote: Scarecrows in an obscure 1988 action/horror hybrid. The plot centers on a group of military personnel who decide to make off with their base's payroll and hi-jack a cargo plane. One of the thieves decides to turn on the others, dumping the money and parachuting out of the plane. The group follows him down to an old farmhouse, whereby they come upon a field full of rotting scarecrows. When watching the movie, it's easy to see why it slipped between the cracks so easily. The ridiculous amount of dialogue (which is ridiculous itself sometimes), as well as some slightly over-the-top performances make it a movie that's prime for the trash heap. However, I wouldn't go so far as to call it complete junk either. It's certainly a movie that requires a bit of patience because of all of the aforementioned details, but for a horror fan, it has plenty to embrace. The scarecrows themselves are actually quite spooky, especially considering what they do with their victims, which is stuffing them full of straw and turning them into zombies (more or less). To say the least, the real star of the film are the make-up effects (courtesy of KNB alumni Norman Cabrera), which are quite gruesome, as well as effective. There's also plenty of suspense that's built up over the course of the movie. Shot by cinematographer Peter Deming (who also shot Evil Dead II, the Scream sequels, and Cabin in the Woods), and with an effectively creepy score by Terry Plumeri, it's a movie that's surprisingly successful with its plot at times. Director William Wesley managed to make a horror movie that uses what it has to the best of its abilities, and that's all you can really ask for.