Ground control has been receiving strange transmissions from the three remaining residents of the Solaris space station. When cosmonaut and psychologist Kris Kelvin is sent to investigate, he experiences the strange phenomena that afflict the Solaris crew, sending him on a voyage into the darkest recesses of his own consciousness. Based on the novel by the same name from Polish author Stanislaw Lem.

Psychologist Kim Kelvin is sent to a space station orbiting the moon of a distant planet to investigate a mysterious death. There, he discovers that the nearby planet of Solaris is having dangerous effects on the crew members, somehow transforming their memories and obsessions into living beings. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Solaris torrent reviews

Scott B (it) wrote: The only thing good about it is the premise. Great idea...terrible execution. And I can see past the obvious signs of it being low-budget if it's well-written, but this, however, was not well written. If I feel a movie will be down my alley like I felt with this one, rarely do I end up disliking it...It could be "subpar" but 9 times out of 10 I won't go so far as to say it was bad or I hated it. This is one of those rare cases where even I will say it was bad.And a note about another review, I don't recall any time in the movie where it was implied that guns used microchips or were disabled.

Teddy G (ag) wrote: Anchored by a searing performance by Staunton, this is a quiet little film that packs a powerful punch.

Mario J (it) wrote: Inferior a la primera parte, pero entretenida. 5/10

Megan V (jp) wrote: Watched it with my honey. He liked that the girl was the stupid one this time :) And who doesn't love the best friend? "I'm a Jewish elf."

Lisa M (ru) wrote: It was Japanese nunsploitation at its finest. If you don't like any girl-on-girl action in bits here and there then skip this one.

Donald W (ru) wrote: This was Russ Meyer's only big budget movie. Roger Ebert wrote the script. He's a better movie critic. It's just a long soap opera with flashes of nudity. Although it's about an all girl rock band, the music is terrible. Russ Meyer is an old World War II vet trying to be hip in the late 1960's and just doesn't quite get it. One of the themes of this movie is the generation gap from that era. He had a good eye for girls with big boobs but had no ear for rock music. Just a few years before this movie was made, the Monkees TV show was about a fake band but managed to have real hits. This movie had a no-hit rock band doing the music. The NC-17 rating is because of the weird climax to the movie with a trans-gendered dude cutting heads off and stabbing and shooting people for no reason. The story starts out with an all girl band playing at a high school prom. They decide to go to California to claim an inheritance for the lead singer. They must have been in Oklahoma because they have a map sequence of them traveling that starts in the Texas Panhandle on I-40. They get to L.A. and become instant stars. Nothing in the story makes any sense. The acting is bad. The dialogue is flat or makes no sense. The only thing the movie has going for it is the good looking women. I've got the Laserdisc version of this movie. If you want to see a good Russ Meyer film, watch Faster Pussycat, Kill Kill. It's low budget but fun.

Alan P (mx) wrote: I never really enjoyed the 60's series, but at least it's better than this.

LARRY C (au) wrote: Disgusting, Terrible

Stacie S (au) wrote: the best movie ever!!!