Revenge of the Electric Car
A sequel to 2006's Who Killed the Electric Car?, director Chris Paine once again looks at electric vehicles. Where in the last film electric cars were dismissed as uneconomical and unreliable, and were under multiple attacks from government, the auto industry, and from energy companies who didn't want them to succeed, this film chronicles, in the light of new changes in technology, the world economy, and the auto industry itself, the race - from both major car companies like Ford and Nissan, and from new rising upstarts like Tesla - to bring a practical consumer EV to market.
- Stars:Tim Robbins, Dan Neil, Danny DeVito, Ray Wert, Stephen Colbert, Gavin Newsom, Thomas Friedman, Bob Lutz, Evelyn Chiang, Elon Musk, Troy Nergaard, J.B. Straubel, Owen Thomas, Anthony Kiedis, Jon Favreau,
- Director:Chris Paine,
- Writer:P.G. Morgan, Chris Paine
Director Chris Paine takes his film crew behind the closed doors of Nissan, GM, and the Silicon Valley start-up Tesla Motors to chronicle the story of the global resurgence of electric cars. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Revenge of the Electric Car torrent reviews
(it) wrote: Willing to wait for it to come out on DVD and then if I remember I will pick it up :-)
(us) wrote: No one is likable, and it's really not worth watching.
(ru) wrote: kevin smith gave this movie heart and humor, juliette lewis is always enjoyable.
(ag) wrote: "Being perfect is not about that scoreboard out there. It's not about winning. It's about you and your relationship with yourself, your family and your friends. Being perfect is about being able to look your friends in the eye and know that you didnt let them down because you told them the truth. And that truth is you did everything you could. There wasnt one more thing you could've done. Can you live in that moment as best you can, with clear eyes, and love in your heart, with joy in your heart? If you can do that gentleman - you're perfect!"
(au) wrote: Nick Cannon does his best to resurrect the Eddie Murphy of [i]Beverly Hills Cop[/i], albeit with little success, in [i]Underclassman[/i]. Cannon plays a cop who goes undercover as a student to probe a car theft ring and the related murder of a student. Unfortunately, Cannon is too lightweight and the plot is recycled from the aforementioned [i]Beverly Hills Cop[/i]. A couple of car chases momentarily enliven things, and Cheech Marin is semi-funny as Cannon's long-suffering boss. For those who liked Cannon in [i]Drumline[/i], you would be well advised to stay away from this.
(ag) wrote: The best thing about this film was Fidel Castro. The worst was Oliver Stone.
(jp) wrote: This is cinematic perfection - like it or not.
(nl) wrote: Again, I probably don't have much say here....but you guys are looking too far into it. It's just a simple comedy. It's meant to be kind of corny. It's a guilty pleasure for me.
(mx) wrote: I saw this film years ago and was very impressed with the story line and the acting.Last night I caught it again and was wondering how I could have forgotten to add it to my ever growing list.
(mx) wrote: below average in the thrills department.
(gb) wrote: Again, I am probably in the minority on this, but I actually enjoyed Cooties hahah. It knows what it is. A horror comedy and it isn't supposed to be taken serious, unlike the Fright Night remake I didn't like. Its has its punch lines, it has its gore. Elijah Wood and Rainn Wilson are great. Alison Pill is good and its always great to see Leigh Whannell. If you just want a fun film with some gore and don't feel like you're judging am Oscar film, you might like Cooties like I did. Nap time mother fuckers!
(au) wrote: "In the Heat of the Night" is still an important and suspenseful portrait of racism in the south the 1960s was known for.