Using ultra-advanced technology, scientists aboard Scorpio One have made a monumental discovery -- and paid for it with their lives. Now, with time and oxygen running out, Scorpio One is about to become ground zero for an explosive showdown high above the Earth, where the stakes are nothing less than the future of the world.
- Stars:Robert Carradine, Jeff Speakman, Robin Curtis, Steve Kanaly, George Murdock, Judith Chapman, Brent Huff, Lance LeGault, Michael Monks, Richard Whiten, Joe Garcia, Christian Zimmerman, Lou Voiler, Timothy Dale Agee, Albert Garcia,
- Director:Worth Keeter,
- Writer:Steve Latshaw
A disaster on space station Scorpio One leaves all the crewmembers dead. The CIA sends one of its crack agents, Jared Stone into space with a team five elite Rangers to investigate. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Scorpio One torrent reviews
(mx) wrote: Tend to always enjoy DCU offerings. This one is no exception.
(ru) wrote: Great performances from lead actors. Inspiring story.
(kr) wrote: Might have worked as a trailer. Or maybe a short, but that would be pushing it. It's not funny enough to watch the whole thing, and it's annoying, long, and boring. The fact that this is from Will Ferrell is so sad. But, I understand what he was trying to do. I can't say anyone specifically will like it. I think it's selective. But that definitely doesn't mean watch it. If you watch it and like it, good for you. And if you don't, then I'm sorry.
(es) wrote: Amusingly poor horror flick featuring a giant man-eating boar and a lot of Tina Huang in her bra. A muddy 'n' bloody mix of Razorback, Deliverance and Mad Max.
(mx) wrote: Quit after 15 minutes. Unbearably boring
(it) wrote: Unnecessary prequel! Poor before the original.
(ru) wrote: Oh god this movie was bad. I understand it was 1966, which is why I gave it the rating I did. It was also so bad that it was good. This movie had some enjoyment, but for the most part was just really bad. The acting was ok, but the special effects and script was awful. I understand it was 1966, but that doesn't mean it can't be a bad movie.
(mx) wrote: Quite a cast and crew that produced this one. It's an American International picture, written by the same writer who wrote Angry Red Planet and whose outlines inspired Irwin Allen's Lost in Space: Ib Melchior. And the director, Mario Bava is best known as a horror director, whose work Twitch of the Death Nerve, considered one of the first slasher films, was imitated in American theaters with Friday the 13th. The actor Barry Sullivan I found, was a character actor all through the sixties and seventies, with parts in shows like Kung Fu, Hawaii Five-O and The Streets of San Francisco. Blue planets whiz by as we sail into the velvet blackness, with the usual violins and weird musical accompaniment. What strikes me is the roominess of the ship. This was made in 1965, so I expected the effects to be better than a fifties sci-fi flick, but the lack of budget is fairly apparent. The leather outfits with high collars, biker helmets and gray instrumentation was interesting if allowable. The techie talk is really awesome, the jargon a bit much but fun to listen to. Kinda like the techno-speak on Star Trek. "In sixty fractions of megon, we'll start the landing maneuver." Cool! They're about to make a routine landing on the planet Aura with their sister ship. Suddenly radio communications are blocked from the sister ship. They are gripped in some kind of gravitational force and land quite hard on the planet below. Good stuff so far. The actual ship model that lands and the lighting a bit cheesy for 1965. As soon as they land, they start beating each other up! And then don't remember doing it! Are they being taken over by some kind of invisible beings or (shall I say it?) VAMPIRES???? .. They find their sister ship across a marsh, but unfortunately they beat each other to death -- dead bodies, blunt instruments and not a little bit of blood stains the deck of their sister ship. Gruesome. The entire crew wiped out, they bury their dead. But the dead rise, to make more dead bodies for their invisible bretheren. The movie does its best to build suspense but it goes a little long for me. Not a bad chiller on a midnight view. Definitely worth the rent, though not as thought-provoking as The Angry Red Planet, the undead do have a great time! Recommended.
(fr) wrote: A beautifully rendered animated movie let down by sluggish pacing and an uninteresting script.
(de) wrote: This is a very good but also very upsetting movie.
(de) wrote: decent sports betting movie
(jp) wrote: this movie is many things but is definitely not a superhero movie...I don't even know what to call it,it's a super slow dramedy with no purpose of being...it's not even a weak version of hancock....wait,I know what it is!...a complete disappointment and a waste of anyone's time,so yeah...do not watch this.
(nl) wrote: If you come near me, you're gonna get it. You're gonna get fucked over and fucked out.
(br) wrote: Yet another well written/acted out performance! Lionel Barrymore's appearance is just about as humorous and convincing as in 'It's A Wonderful Life'! The ending could've been a little more memorable, but never-the-less, a classic Hollywood gem!