Space Station 76
A comedic drama about a group of people (and several robots) living on a space station in a 1970’s-version of the future. When a new Assistant Captain arrives, she inadvertently ignites tensions among the crew, prompting them to confront their darkest secrets. Barely contained lust, jealousy, and anger all bubble to the surface, becoming just as dangerous as the asteroid that’s heading right for them.
- Stars:Patrick Wilson, Liv Tyler, Marisa Coughlan, Matt Bomer, Jerry O'Connell, Kylie Rogers, Kali Rocha, Victor Togunde, Sam Pancake, Michael Stoyanov, Katherine Ann McGregor, Anna Sophia Berglund, Susan Currie, Keir Dullea, Ryan Gaul,
- Director:Jack Plotnick,
- Writer:Jennifer Elise Cox (screenplay), Sam Pancake (screenplay), Jack Plotnick (screenplay), Kali Rocha (screenplay), Michael Stoyanov (screenplay)
A 1970s version of the future, where personalities and asteroids collide. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Space Station 76 torrent reviews
(us) wrote: wow. well done true story. captivating, thought provking. a balanced portrayal of how America became "not so much".
(au) wrote: Was so let down with this one. It's long and boring and nothing much happens. When stuff finally gets moving, the movie ends. The scares presented were basically borrowed from other movies anyway. Just don't worry with this one.
(kr) wrote: Korea. 1592: A newly unified Japan is preparing to invade Korea. In Seoul the weak leadership of King Seonjo of the Chosun Dynasty leeaves the country valunerable well the East and West Chambers of the Royal Court squabble for power. Labeled a traitor and weary of political ingfighting Lee Mong-Hak (Seung-won Cha) begins a revolt looking to seize the throne for himself before facing down the Japanese. But as Mong-Hak and his Grand Alliance drift further from their founfding principals he leaves enemies in his wake notably Blind Swordsman Hwang Jeong-Hak (Jeong-min Hwang) and the bastard son of a nobleman Gyeon-Ja (Seong-hyeon Baek), and leading hiscountry on the road to ruin. Ok martial arts film from Korea let down by the fact that I know sweet fuck all about Korean history prior to the 20th Centuary. Has some deceint sword fights not overburdened with CGI. There's the usual martial arts philoosphizing one expects from an Asian film. Actors do a decient job but the emotional high points failed to resonate. Check it out if your into Asian or Martial Arts films if not don't waist your time. Historical Note. The Seven Years War or Imjin War (1592-1598) was fought between Japan under Toyotomi Hideyoshi attemping to create an empire that spand Asia begin a war of conquest with Korea the first target to be followed by China and the Spanish possesions in the Pacific. Despite intial success in Korea the war bogged down thanks to Korean Admiral Yi Sun-sin and guerrilla actions by the Koreans. Chinese intervened on Korea's side and the war stalemated and eventually ended in 1598 with Toyotomi's death having bankrupted the nation. The war convinced both Korea and Japan to adopt harsh isolasonist policies and ended Japans dreams of Empire until the late 19th early 20th centuary. In terms of damage the war was on of the worst in Korean history surpassing even the Korean War (1950-1953).
(gb) wrote: I was torn by this film, if not emotionally then in how it really resonated with me. I struggled after watching it to decided whether my ambivalence was with the film and it's frustrating protagonist, or with my own life in general. Maybe as an audience we are simply unwilling to rest so deeply in the depths of a pessimist's psyche, where acceptance of what you have is not actually a step to self-betterment (as we so often see) but yet another cruel realization. Brilliantly acted and with the darkest of comedy shadowing an already morose mood, I recommend watching.
(mx) wrote: A slow burning period drama where Spielberg does quality work but is too slow and dull when compared to his other period drama works.
(mx) wrote: I did not read Undset's great book trilogy about 14th century Norway. This is Liv Ullmann's second directorial attempt. She was best known for her acting roles in Ingmar Bergman's films. It is a film about medieval spirituality both paganism & Christianity. The production of the film is lavish film with epic type dimensions & cinematography. It is a long move 3 hours. Kristin is the daughter of a prominent landowner in medieval Norway. She grows up in total harmony with the ideals of the time: strong family ties, social pride & devout Christianity. She accepts the fact that her father has arranged for her to marry the son of another landowner. Kristin's beauty & purity create violent emotions around her. There are envy & attempted rape, murder & revenge. She seeks refuge from the world in a convent, waiting the time for her marriage. Here the passion of her life strikes, the knight Erlend Nikulaussonn. He, an accomplished seducer, also falls hopelessly in love. They have to cross not only convent walls to meet, but social boundaries as well. Their love cannot be kept secret, & suddenly the innocent Kristin is the centre of a scandal. Her fianc withdraws from their engagement, her father rages, & Erlend's former mistress tries to poison her. The affair grows into a political issue, & finally some of the country's most dignified leaders persuade Lavrans to give in. The lovers win each other, but it is in front of a charred altar in a burnt down church, & their happiness has a double edge. The film is a cinematic masterpiece. Ullmann has learned well from her teacher Ingmar Bergman & this is a really magical beautiful 14th century tale. Every scene is a pleasure to behold thanks to SVEN NYKVIST's cinematography. This dvd contained the full 3 hours & contained the 20 minutes omitted from the original film release. Some will say that Ullmann ultimately doesn't succeed in bringing Kristin's passion to life onscreen in a convincing fashion. I disagree I loved this film
(au) wrote: He's a nice guy, he just forgot about the rules.A prosecutor leaks to a local newspaper reporter that a liquor store owner is involved in some misdeeds that led to a union boss's murder. The liquor store owner comes from a family of organized crime members, but he is clean. The newspaper reporter feels bad and believes he isn't involved in the crime. They will work together to uncover the truth."Unless you think that will make you impotent.""You have some mouth."Sydney Pollack, director of Tootsie, The Firm, The Yakuza, Out of Africa, Havana, Random Hearts, and The Interpreter, delivers Absence of Malice. The storyline for this picture is fairly interesting and reminded me little of Nobody's Fool. The acting is first rate and makes the movie worthwhile. The cast includes Paul Newman, Sally Field, Bob Balaban, Melinda Dillon, and Luther Adler."Are you sure you're right?""I'm never sure I'm right."I DVR'd this picture because it stars the legend, Paul Newman. I am a huge fan of his work and thought his character was well presented and delivered. The overall premise was just average, but the acting and characters made the film worthwhile. I recommend seeing this film once, especially if you're a fan of Newman."He stayed with me; every day, every hour, and that's what happened."Grade: B-
(it) wrote: super cheesey and worth it
(ca) wrote: Former secret agent has a memory chip and goes to Mars to find his true identity in this sci fi classic.