Solarmax is a 40-minute giant-screen documentary that tells the story of humankind's struggle to understand the sun. The film will take audiences on an incredible voyage from pre-history to the leading edge of today's contemporary solar science.
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Solarmax torrent reviews
(us) wrote: the dancing part is hella funny hahaha
(au) wrote: A low-budget marvel of UK cinema from 1985 that features a young Daniel Day-Lewis giving a fantastic performance and even put director Stephen Frears on the map on an international level. Its an involving story about two friends (one Pakistani, one English) who use stolen drug money to run and operate a run-down laundry house during a period of racial tension in Thatcher-era Britain. Its both a political and social statement against racism and discrimination that realistically captures life in London during Thatcher's era from the perspective of a Pakistani man's desire to break from family traditions and find success as well as one English street punk's struggles for identity and stability in his own future. My only real complaint is its somewhat unresolved conclusion, but all in all, through storytelling, wonderful writing, excellent acting and profound statements, its a winner.
(kr) wrote: I came in expecting a great slasher film remake ,and I came out gagging. My goodness this movie has no class. Also it is horribly boring. What's the fun of watching a movie were the killer uses a gun? There's no point he can easily kill anyone. Also why does this killer sound like the dark knight? It's not scary at all. Some things that were good were the scenes that happened while the phantom was stalking his prey. That was pretty creepy. Also the storyline was pretty good. So besides that this movie was pretty boring. So if your looking for fun horror thrills go see a different movie.
(au) wrote: Almost as good as the first. Stay around for the excellent song over the end credits. Again, William Marshall exudes cool as Blacula. Great stuff.
(ag) wrote: Pure and simple constant innuendo. But still funny.
(gb) wrote: I have nothing bad to say about this film. Going in, I was expecting to see one of the classic sci fi stories from way back, but I didn't expect to actually get into it as much as I did. The acting is actually quite good, with an awesome Leslie Nielsen performance that nearly reaches the heights of James T. Kirk, as well as production design that's...dare I say, "OUT OF THIS WORLD!!!!"The story itself is also really interesting and intelligent, taking inspiration from Shakespeare, as well as some hints from Lovecraft.Forbidden Planet is one of my new favorites. Great, pre-Star Wars effects combined with an equally great story makes for a real classic in Science Fiction film.
(au) wrote: A "Cracks" le falta mas de ese erotismo lesbico que uno asocia con peliculas de internados femeninos. El drama es lento y aunque su directora Jordan Scott (hija de Ridley) sabe crear una atmosfera evocativa, la historia resulta un tanto convencional. La mejor razon para recomendar "Cracks" es por el trabajo de Eva Green, quien es una de las actrices mas interesantes en el cine (tambien una de las mas atractivas). Su personaje aqui sufre una transformacion un tanto ridicula pero ella hace que la cinta sea lo suficientemente entretenida para darle una recomendacion.