Slipstream is a 1989 post-apocalyptic science fiction adventure film. The plot has an emphasis on aviation and contains many common science-fiction themes, such as taking place in a dystopian future in which the landscape of the Earth itself has been changed and is windswept by storms of great power. There are also numerous sub-plots, such as free will and humanity amongst artificial intelligence.

In the near future, where Earth has been devastated by man's pollution and giant winds rule the planet, bounty hunter Matt kidnaps a murderer out of the hands of two police officers, ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Slipstream torrent reviews

Alden S (au) wrote: 8 out of 10:It has some major flaws but this film is saved by some cool special effects, a smart story, and great performances (especially from actor Yul Brynner)

Grace I (au) wrote: I originally watched the movie because Patrick Willis was in it, but Marcin Dorocinski stole the show. He really had you rooting for Jack Strong even when it was hard. The film had some abrupt moments that make it hard to watch, like the very first scene with the furnace, but I think that's why I liked it so much!

Paul O (ca) wrote: Broadbent is perfect as an embittered old man who lost his way through his career and found himself in a torturous love-hate dependent relationship within wife. Paris plays a perfect background to this bittersweet tale.... Goldblum is (as always) an enigmatic supporting role.

tyler g (es) wrote: one of the scariest movies I've ever seen

Jaime V (jp) wrote: the chemisty grew and then it didn't anymore

Jim T (ru) wrote: So much of the Iron Man films rely on RDJ and his shiny suits. This more than the others. But with a smoke and mirrors villain and a twist. Whooda thunk it.

Zachary Y (mx) wrote: never seen a worse movie never seen whites say "nigga" more. JTRO is the man.

Ryan S (jp) wrote: 4/5. A very strange and awkward movie that is absolutely hilarious.

Miche S (jp) wrote: OMG !!!! What an awesome movie !!! Will Smith was at his best !!!!

Gary M (jp) wrote: Far and away the best adaptation of Vonnegut (probably the best suited of KV's works, too). It is a fascinating film, and in some ways improves upon the novel. It also stands on its own if you have NOT read the book, which can't really be said for most of the other KV adaptations. Check it out.

Steff A (es) wrote: Beautiful movie about the stories of troubled people. Well, aren't we all? But these stories are told by a great auteur so these are not ordinary stories in the end. Egoyan weaves his stories as in a spider web and the spider is called "Exotica" the club around which all the characters revolve. In this particular club Egoyan creates an atmosphere of mysticism that captures the viewer from the first minute and a chessboard for all the pawns, represented by his characters, to face off. The characters of the movie are well written on paper but they become amazing when they are fleshed out and portrayed by these actors with the director's guidance. It is a well rounded ensemble cast and an ensemble of characters with real problems and complex psychologies that are revealed throughout the movie. Such a well structured narrative can only be found in Egoyan's next film "The Sweet Hereafter" for which "Exotica" was the best launching point. I love almost every dialogue and the little behaviours of the characters are also worth a good comment. The film also uses music in an effective way smartly contradicting classical with club music. In short this is not one to miss.

Candi D (de) wrote: these critics suck. I have seen this movie in Spanish and English and it was a great movie. what would a bunch of very white critics know about it. it was a very well done movie especially for its day.

Ashley H (de) wrote: This movie catapulated Jan-Michael Vincent to stardom level for awhile, and contained lot of good, exciting action scenes as well as political assessment of some problems of independent truckers at the time. Of course, it contained some action and fighting scenes that are unbelievable, but in context of the story, they work. Kay Lenz is believable. There are lots of eye-pleasing shots of trucks and mayhem, and from a truck and real-life perspective and lots of technical inaccuracies.

Kevin S (us) wrote: For a made-for-television miniseries, this was really well done. James Garner, Sissy Spacek and Sam Shepard anchor a cast that most Hollywood producers would kill for, not to mention Ned Beatty, George Carlin and a stand-out performance by young Alexis Cruz. Good drama in classic American Western style.

Harrison W (br) wrote: I enjoyed it, but it's nothing phenomenal. Definitely not the best Sandler flick out there.

Hugo G (kr) wrote: This movie wasn't your typical laughing out loud comedy nor very rom-com. But I think it was mainly about friendship and growing up and taking care of our lives as an adult. The main reason I decided to watch it was because of its cast, because they are so familiar and I like them. The movie itself wasn't the best one I've seen and it had a kind of sloppy plot. But still I enjoyed it and thought was kind of cute and funny.

Jonathan C (gb) wrote: The star studded crew from "Ocean's Eleven" go to Europe in a good-looking sequel, that sadly lacks any of the style or coolness of the first. Disappointing.