Sky Captain and the World of Tomorrow

Sky Captain and the World of Tomorrow

When gigantic robots attack New York City, "Sky Captain" uses his private air force to fight them off. His ex-girlfriend, reporter Polly Perkins, has been investigating the recent disappearance of prominent scientists. Suspecting a link between the global robot attacks and missing men, Sky Captain and Polly decide to work together. They fly to the Himalayas in pursuit of the mysterious Dr. Totenkopf, the mastermind behind the robots.

This films about a huge attacks of enormous robots in the earth. A team of a report & a pilot joins in a search of their genesis as well as the reason why well-known scientists lost in the world. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Sky Captain and the World of Tomorrow torrent reviews

Dickie L (au) wrote: Don't be fooled by the cheery poster, Declaration of War is anything but a good time. The story of a young couple dealing with the a toddler son with cancer is unavoidably downbeat, despite the clunky shifts in tone. For the first half hour or so I admired the obvious craftmanship on display, but when the two leads broke out into song it took me right out of the film and I never got back into it. All I could think about is maybe if they stopped smoking so much their kid wouldn't have got sick in the first place. This has been a huge critical and commercial success in France, so clearly I'm in the minority on this one.

Roxanne R (jp) wrote: I watched the 3D IMAX blu-ray version and was very impressed with the documentary! You see how over 100 years of aviation trial and error and some of the older planes have influenced the design of the Dreamliner. This documentary was made with the collaboration of Boeing Aircraft and the Imax cameras take you inside the huge hangars where the Boeing 787 Dreamliner and the Airbus A380 are made. They showed the first public flight of the Airbus A380 at the 2007 Paris show and the initial flight of the smaller 787 which is a carbon fiber airplane that made its maiden flight in 2009. For pilots, and people involved in the building of planes, along with aviation enthusiasts, this is a must see documentary in the glory of blu-ray 3D! Recommended!!!

Roni F (it) wrote: Mired in a plethora of eye-rollingly bad Hollywood rom-coms, it is refreshing to see a touching romantic drama like Management. Despite a slightly messy script which leaves the mind wondering, at first, where it is going, it delivers lots of good intentions, some genuine laughs, and a satisfying ending.

Conrad L (ru) wrote: A verry funny Black comedy

Francisco M (de) wrote: this movie shows good valuesbest scene: young kids first kiss

Nick F (ru) wrote: My sisters forced me

Andrew T (it) wrote: Hard to judge having missed the first hour (watched it truncated in history class), but seems like a solid political Vietnam story. However, a bit melodramatic at times and a little too understated at others. Also, quite an abrupt ending - though perhaps this is justified by history.

MEC r (jp) wrote: This movie had potential, but fell through the cracks. To bad.

Kevin L (gb) wrote: Incredibly bleak and I had to watch it with subtitles on to get through the almost undecipherable scottish accents, but so well made. Set in Glasgow during a garbage strike in the early 80's, it draws parallels between the city's poor and the vermin they live in such close proximity with. Do not watch this if you're looking for a pick-me-up, but if you appreciate virtuoso story-telling and a how-to in characterization without a wordy plot, then this might be the movie for you.

Don S (de) wrote: Linda Fiorentino perfected the femme fatale in her movie career, and she performs wonderfully here. I was hoping for more of a Jade-like story line, but ended up with a more comedic take of the neo-film noir genre. The comedy took away from the movie for me. Still, the awesomeness of Fiorentino at work should not be missed.


Todd M (de) wrote: This movie sucks. The puppies are cute, but they are given stupid characters played by horrible kid voice actors. The script draws on pop culture phrases and idioms that will make this movie completely obsolete in a few years. The dialogue is akin to parents trying too hard to be cool. Disney is really disappointing these days.

Spencer S (br) wrote: The central character, Leigh (Bell), is a selfish, disgusting, pedophilic person whose narrative isn't all that interesting or valid. She says she's lost in her life and needs to be grounded in her childhood job and home, but instead of finding herself, she simply gives up her life in the city because she's thoughtless. It's fine to misstep and take time off, but she doesn't come home to reflect and get along with her parents. Contrary to this supposed storyline, Leigh disrespects her parents, takes up with a sixteen year old kid, drags her friends into her wormhole of horribleness, and acts out like a teenager. The entire film is gross in its lovelorn depictions of the affair between Leigh and a teenager (Lambert), who she manipulates throughout the course of the film. She nearly ruins her friend's (Gummer) marriage and makes her other friend (Starr) feel like a horrible human being. The ending doesn't have Leigh understand her missteps and rectify the situation, but abandon her victims and flee elsewhere. This is a seriously screwed up film, if indeed it's trying to make the main character seem emotionally sound.