In a future Earth barren of all flora and fauna, the planet's ecosystems exist only in large pods attached to spacecraft. When word comes in that the pods are to be jettisoned into space and destroyed so that the spacecraft can be reused for commercial purposes, most of the crew of the Valley Forge rejoice at the prospect of going home. Not so for botanist Freeman Lowell who loves the forest and its creatures, so decides to take matters into his own hands to protect what he loves.
- Stars:Bruce Dern, Cliff Potts, Ron Rifkin, Jesse Vint, Mark Persons, Steven Brown, Cheryl Sparks, Larry Whisenhunt,
- Director:Douglas Trumbull,
- Writer:Deric Washburn, Michael Cimino, Steven Bochco
In a future where all flora is extinct on Earth, an astronaut is given orders to destroy the last of Earth's botany, kept in a greenhouse aboard a spacecraft. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Silent Running torrent reviews
(gb) wrote: Veronica Mars is a decent film. It is about Veronica Mars gets pulled back to her hometown in order to help her old flame Logan Echolls, who's embroiled in a murder mystery. Kristen Bell and Josh Dohring give good performances. The screenplay is a little slow in places. Rob Thomas did an alright directing this movie. I liked this motion picture because of the drama and mystery.
(it) wrote: Like setting, choose a cold village in Norway, create a story with drama, action, suspense and a dash of "American western." There, you have a nice film with good performances.
(it) wrote: There are some movies you do not want to admit publically that you enjoyed them. Alyce Kills is one of those movies. A creepy performance by Tamara Feldman lends credibility to this dark comedy/slasher horror flick. The last twenty minutes of the film are some of the most crazy, bloody, disgusting revenge scenes I have ever seen. All in all a really good movie that hits the target for horror and slasher fans alike. Alyce Kills to say the least...the movie kills too. Ken K
(gb) wrote: The biggest downfall of this film is that it jumps around so much it takes forever to figure out what's going on. Too bad, because the acting is brilliant and there is a huge amount of emotion, but much of it gets lost in all the confusion of trying to follow the plot. Matthew Goode is impressive, though.
(kr) wrote: this movie, follows 3 people 2 of which are friends and they come across to find a girl, the two boys find them selfves trying to out-do one another to impress the girl, until one goes to far and risks start to play. with drinking and drugs, i rekon its a good movie to watch nin hindsight, it plays a very good part in today's society , just needs to come across better, all in all rupert grint played his part well, nice to see him in a different role and robert sheehan, nice role as well
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(it) wrote: Remarkably slow. It's actually just a story told in a linear timeline. Nothing special about that. The grandeur of the person involved and the accurate description of the atmosphere make up for all of that. For a non go lover it may be a bit hard to get through though.
(au) wrote: This film is just embarrassing. If you're expecting this to be as well done as Buffalo 66, think again. This movie is as pompous, "artistic" and falsely shocking as Gallo tries to convince everyone he is in real life.
(gb) wrote: Just rented this off Amazon. I'm pretty hard to please. If its not "Saving Private Ryan" I get antsey. When one soldier tells another soldier something like "get it together Marine" I lost it. If you can't get that right I don't want to risk watching anymore.
(gb) wrote: In Prince's sophomore effort, he plays a gigolo on the French Riviera who falls for Kristen Scott Thomas(in her debut)and trades wits with his pal Jerome Benton(of The Time, but without the mirror).Although I loved the music, the movie is so so. directed by Prince himself.
(de) wrote: loved this one when i was a kid
(it) wrote: Outrageous fun that features a horse who kicks field goals for a football team. I loved it! (First and only full viewing - In my mid-twenties)
(mx) wrote: This movie has haunted me all through my life. After seeing it when it was released on commercial TV in 1976 as a child and again on cable in 1983 as a teenager, I decided to give up on any pursuits of a conventional skill set and learn how to trap animals, pan for gold and live in the wild like Trapper. The end results was that I found I was just too domesticated for that kind of lifestyle and living life as a 'loner' is no way to live. It was a great surprise when I found out years later that the movie was 'loosely' based on a true story that had been researched by Dick North who wrote a book about it called 'The Mad Trapper of Rat River Valley'. This movie (which was actually going to be released in theaters in 1972 under the similar title 'The Mad Trapper of the Yukon'.) was somewhat of a simplistic almost 'Disneyesque' version of the book. It's one of those movies where most people I know who see it say 'Meh.', but for me it symbolizes a defining moment in my life.
(jp) wrote: En av favorittene fra gymsalen i Hovin Samfunnshus. 29/59kr for leie/eie p iTunes. Vel verdt de spenna, alts.
(gb) wrote: another one of the midnight madness movie classics
(de) wrote: Touted by the film's trailer as an authentic western, or more accurately "how it really was," Two Rode Together features Jimmy Stewart portraying a somewhat gritty U.S. marshal who has settled in a small town, only to be, as he puts it, "dragged" away by his friend to speak with an army major. He finds himself being recruited to hunt down Comanche and save the people whom they've been kidnapping for many years, but for a price. To be honest, I couldn't help but flash back to The Searchers while watching this film. It's certainly apparent that it's neither Stewart's nor Ford's best material. It feels a bit tired and seems to be going down territory that's all too familiar to really stand on its own. That's not to say that there isn't any merit to it. There are plenty of big landscapes, large open vistas, and interesting characters, all of which John Ford was known for and excelled at. Unfortunately, it's with material that feels like it's reaching just a little too high. It feels more like a TV version of a much bigger film to me. Not only that, but the overall tone wavers just a little bit too much. It's not one of Ford's finest, but it's certainly not his worst (not that I'd really ever classify any John Ford film as being "the worst").
(au) wrote: Jean Cocteau's 1949 film "Orpheus" is the second in "The Orphic Trilogy" and stars the director's muse Jean Marais. A modern adaptation of the Greek strory of Orpheus and Eurydice that is full of trick photography. Orpheus is played by Jean Marais, a man so infatuated with his own poetry and success he never notices his wife is pregnant. He falls in love with a Princess who turns out to be death who takes his wife Eurydice to the underworld. Orpheus follows her and recovers her but can no longer look at her. Great film, even if the last twenty minutes are a little slow.
(es) wrote: Enchanting looks, smoky-eyed divas, and my beloved Valentino at his best. Passion and Tragedy: that's why I love silent movies.
(nl) wrote: Grabbers is a fun Irish horror-comedy with a like-able cast and a cool Lovecraftian monster. It pokes fun at the Irish love of drink by having the monster allergic to alcohol. In order to survive, the townspeople have to get drunk! Full of good British humor and cool monster action, this film is a can't miss for horror fans.
(fr) wrote: Had some scary points and overall is a pretty good movie.