Sol Bianca 2
The crew of the pirate ship Sol Bianca are out to steal some of the most valuable substance in the universe--Pasha. Small problem: they're not the only space pirates after the stuff. But, no big deal--they'll just burgle the burglars. That works out fine, except that the captain of the other ship doesn't take his defeat lightly and manages to infect the Sol Bianca with some machine-eating worms before getting arrested. Now they're stuck in jumpspace, and worse yet for the five, June is as sick as the ship and they don't even know what's wrong with her. By the time the crew figures out why nothing works, the police have shown up and the only plan they manage to come up with is to have Feb and April surrender and wait for the ship to recover. There's also a mysterious fellow who is not only trying to corner the market on Pasha, but seems to know all about the Sol Bianca and her crew--and he wants the captured pair transferred into his custody immediately.
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Sol Bianca 2 torrent reviews
(us) wrote: Devastating documentary that proves using science that the destruction of WTC towers 1, 2 and 7 could NOT have been as we are told, but, instead were CONTROLLED DEMOLITIONS! A MUST see documentary for everyone.
(br) wrote: I bet this movie is awesome
(kr) wrote: Terrible! Worst movie ever!
(br) wrote: Pretty Stylish and cool Werewolf movie but the story and how its told is so shit.
(br) wrote: thrown together piece of crap, maybe they would have had something with the ideal, but it's waste of time to even bother with this film.
(es) wrote: Just as cheesy as the first one, even less story, and slightly less entertaining. Just people in cars, and on a boat eventually.
(fr) wrote: yeah this movie is good i like salma hayek
(fr) wrote: Bette Midler sings in this movie and it sounds so pretty.
(kr) wrote: This made-for-TV drama tells the story of the supposedly apple-pie normal yet under the surface incredibly dysfunctional family Carter at a time when the youngest and perfect son Matt (William McNamara) comes home to his family with his perfect fiance (Lori Loughlin) in order to keep up the faade of his perfect life, while his brother Tim (Jim Carrey) struggles with alcohol under the immense pressure from his father (James Sikking) and the only daughter Karen (Jayne Brook) of the family frets how the father will react to her dreams. This only shows that everything isn?t as normal or perfect as it seems to be, it never is, but you can NEVER ignore your problems to death. All children strive to please their parents by being successfull or doing what the parents think is best to either be the dream children or differ completely from what the parents want, but sometimes you have to stay true to yourself, realise you?re your own person and not only a product of the two people who raised you at the same time that those two will have to realise that they can?t control every aspect of their precious offspring?s lives. Children aren?t copies, they?re unique creatures. Problematic. It?s a strong and emotional film and I really loved it. Unfortunately, Jim Carrey?s character gets shuffled under the carpet a bit in favour of the complete uncovering of the ?perfect? son, which isn?t as negative as I make it sound but since I adore Carrey?s more serious roles I couldn?t help feeling a tad bit disappointed that he didn?t get the space he needed to fully develop his character. I still can?t believe that it was never introduced to the big screen. Total wake up call.
(jp) wrote: Wild at Heart is a movie about love-struck youngsters making poor decisions and chain smoking while the evil mother-in-law's murder posse is hot on their trail as told through some kind of Wizard of Oz motif. I loved it. This is Nicolas Cage at his best, long before getting mixed up in bullshit like Gone in 60 Seconds & The Wicker Man. As with every David Lynch film, oddly menacing characters and moments of dark absurdity will either repel or overjoy the viewer. There's just no way to accurately describe a David Lynch experience. If there's one director whose technique is truly inimitable, it is totally David Lynch. Willem Dafoe as creepy asshole Bobby Peru is one of my favorite characters of all time.
(ca) wrote: D+To be honest, 'Eraserhead' deserves at least some multiple viewings for me to understand it, because most of it doesn't make sense. I get some of the themes it's trying to show to us (It's actually left to interpretation) and I will admit that the cinematography, effects, directing, and metaphorical symbols are examples of great filmmaking. But I just didn't get it.
(jp) wrote: Tamasha - Definitely not for the masses. But directed, acted,composed and edited in such an artsy and intriguing way, that one mustn't miss if you're a fan of uniquely hatke films.
(it) wrote: Unfortunately for most, this anti-capitalism film struck out with them, but for me it is a fascinating and profound look into a very near future that may warrant the messages this movie provides.
(au) wrote: Unnecessary, but Harrison Ford is irreplaceable in the title role
(kr) wrote: It's not a cinematic masterpiece by any means, but that doesn't mean it isn't really f--kin' entertaining. Plus, Jesse and Kristen always make a good on-screen duo.