San Andreas Quake

San Andreas Quake

When a discredited L.A. Seismologist warns of an impending 12.7 earthquake, no one takes her seriously. Now on her own, she races desperately to get her family to safety before the earthquake breaks Los Angeles apart from the mainland.

When a discredited L.A. Seismologist warns of an impending 12.7 earthquake, no one takes her seriously. Now on her own, she races desperately to get her family to safety before the earthquake breaks Los Angeles apart from the mainland. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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San Andreas Quake torrent reviews

Alnissa S (nl) wrote: Love Native Pride!!!

Kelly T (es) wrote: Understated but intriguing.

Bill J (fr) wrote: Well acted, but the film is all build-up, and no conclusion. Ultimately, it is a story about nothing. I liked it, but then left feeling unsatisfied at the end, as if I'd wasted two hours of my life.

Matt S (br) wrote: its alright to pass sometime away movie has a silly plot worth laughing at

Pablo G (kr) wrote: Understandably confusing but beautifully mind blowing, Parpika is a classic from the mind of Satoshi Kon that has clearly inspired modern films and the whole animation genre, with deep metaphorical moments and a confusing but satysfying story.

Grayson W (mx) wrote: Classic Russ Meyer trash flick. Lots of Varla yelling at people. I don't think she ever uses her voice at a normal level. Movie is more interesting when you read about the actress that played her and her real life vengeance streak.

D M (kr) wrote: By-the-numbers comedy. Should have been made PG to appeal to a younger audience because it sure didnt appeal to me. I guess I have seen too many movies to accept something so cookie cutter-ish. And with Ian Roberts, David Koechner, Beth Littleford, Matt Walsh, Stephen Root and others making appearances you would think I would have something nicer to say about this.

John W (de) wrote: A decent but slightly uneven (and a tad derivative) anthology of scary tales. What makes it worthwhile are the middle stories. Chapter two is the Bishop of Battle with Emilio Estevez,.a cautionary tale of excess centering around a video game arcade. Chapter three stars Lance Henriksen as a disillusioned priest literally playing chicken with the devil. The first and last vignettes are probably the weakest. In fact, the final story feels very out of place with the rest. Surprisingly hard to get your hands on a copy, if you can do so, it's entertaining, completely 80's, popcorn horror.