Science Fiction Volume One: The Osiris Child
Set in the future in a time of interplanetary colonization, an unlikely pair race against an impending global crisis and are confronted by the monsters that live inside us all.
Set in a time of interplanetary colonization| Sy Lombrok (Kellan Lutz)| a former nurse who is now a drifter with a haunted past| forms an unlikely alliance with Kane
Sommerville (Daniel MacPherson)| a lieutenant who works for off-world military contractor Exor. In a race against time they set out to rescue Kane's young daughter
Indi (Teagan Croft) amid an impending global crisis precipitated by Exor. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Science Fiction Volume One: The Osiris Child torrent reviews
(fr) wrote: Better that 6%, so don't let that fool you. But, it is very predictable.
(it) wrote: Required viewing for all Americans.
(es) wrote: Not my favourite, but wasn't bad either!
(au) wrote: Funny and entertaining.
(gb) wrote: A teenage film. If you like Yu Aoi, you have to watch. Other than that, its a little long for a teenage film. Love the cinematography.
(de) wrote: its' really good, I love Shemare Moore! He's soooooooooooooooo HOT!!!!!!!!1
(es) wrote: The opening scenes which were supposed to signify HELL were incredible.. the purgatory part had its moments but I thought it dragged on too long without really carrying itself. I enjoyed the part with Godard giving a speech to the class. The ending was peaceful and beautiful.Worth watching, one of his better "later" films but not one I would feel like highly recommending to anyone.
(fr) wrote: Worst Rhys Ifans movie ever!
(br) wrote: this is a good movie and it teaches a really good lesson.
(fr) wrote: Well constructed eighties horror film with identifiable characters suffers a little from its lame ending but offers otherwise good entertainment.
(us) wrote: A fun, witty, adventurous, thrilling, old school film! Gunga Din stars, Cary Grant, Victor McLaglen, Douglas Fairbanks Jr. and Sam Jaffe as Gunga Din. Okay! I know the title of this movie sounds kind of funny, but seriously this movie is really good. The title is the name of the supporting character Gunga Din, who's a man who wants to be a soldier, but in order to prove himself to the military he has to help rescue a soldier who has been captured. Sam Jaffe plays the role of Gunga Din really well, but the strange thing was that Sam Jaffe wasn't even the main character in the film. The main characters in this movie were the three soldiers who were played by Cary Grant, Victor McLaglen and Douglas Fairbanks Jr. To be honest these three actors were the best in the movie, yes like I said Sam Jaffe did a great job, but these three actors were top notch. The three of them had great chemistry with each other and they all supplied great humor and great drama to the film. The entire first act of the movie is all about these three guys and honestly that's the best part of the film because you just love their interactions with each other and you love the great comedic lines some of these characters have, it's very funny. Also, Cary Grant was fantastic in this movie, I think everyone knows that I'm a huge Cary Grant fan, so there's no surprise that I thought he was the best in this movie. I think as a movie in general this movie really worked, I do think it's a bit dated at times, but it's still a lot of fun to watch. I would recommend this film to anyone who loves classic movies.
(ag) wrote: I didn't catch this from the start and since it's a high concept movie, maybe that's why I didn't love it. However, I have a feeling I just wouldn't love it anyway. I just found it a little odd and hard to follow. It's not very funny, the pacing is a little off and it's perhaps even strangely depressing. I just can't see me revisiting this again.