What happens when you ask the most powerful computer program, run by the most powerful computers, to follow, listen and predict human behavior? The program learns, becomes sentient and begins to behave like a human. When a master computer program, Echelon, takes over America's entire online system, our country is threatened to be brought to its knees. Hacking into DARPA, Echelon gains the ability to manipulate the weather, create earthquakes, and cause a level of destruction unlike anything the country could ever imagine. But how do you stop a computer program when it has control over any and every defense you have?
When a computer program learns how to become human, it threatens to bring American to its knees. Disaster strikes when it takes over America's online system and begins to manipulate weather and create earthquakes. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Stormageddon torrent reviews
(ca) wrote: This movie is anything but a joke, especially when you get to the part where one man from the Southern U.S. talks about being threatened at gunpoint for loving 'My Little Pony'.
(us) wrote: Surprising and also cool. the cast is a blast and the film keeps you guessing until the end!
(au) wrote: COMPLETE SHIT, omg i really don't know why i bothered watching this toss to the end, the effects were cheap yet they were the best thing about the movie, it's like they gave a movie contract to students, not even robert caryle could save it, the best performance i thought came from Tom Hardy's little role as the underground technician guy as for the rest...wow, I think the best value of this film is how NOT to do it
(de) wrote: AWESOME! but completely confusing great job!
(es) wrote: Not as good as the first two but still kinda funny
(nl) wrote: I got it bad...I'm hot for teacher. Pretty nice little indie romance. Little known Megan Edwards is a scorching hot, prude of an elementary teacher who, by chance, decides to fall in love with a tattoo artist. Like the story and the way it is carried out, but a few complaints. Edwards is just smoking hot. She's gorgeous all along, but in the last 10 minutes she challenges the best in the biz. Think wet hair and opened button down shirt, tank top, and black and white finale. She's also a good casting for that character, as is the tattoo guy. But that is also a complaint. I think one can make an airtight case in no tat vs tattoo. Some people wear watches, etc, some people get tattoos. Big whoop. Someday, tattoos will mean nothing more than anything else and any discussion about immorality associated with tattoos will seem silly. And sometime down the road, they will also fade back into nonexistence. Everything cycles. So why did this babe of a teacher have to fall for the big tattooed dude and even start smoking? And quit her job? That's a load of shit and dangerous ground, I think. The size of Virgil may or may not be an issue. It hits on the believability of the movie. Would a girl like that really go for a guy like that? I'm skeptical. As for his habits, I questioned those too until I realized I do a lot of them...I'm talking romantic/girly stuff like the movies he rented. Either way, I suppose it entirely possible that she would fall for him. So she gets a piercing. Starts smoking. Gets a tattoo (and wtf, he gave her a tramp stamp?!). Quits her job. None of these have anything really do with the other. I didn't like that the movie suggests that tattoos are such an alternate lifestyle that if you get one or know someone with one, you are more likely to swear, smoke, or quit your job. Wait, might be some truth to that. But not really. Maybe the movie isn't as pro-tattoo as I wanted it to be, so it went a different direction other than making this good girl into a tattooed freak. I think the message is still there: tattoos are not bad, nor are the people with them. I just think it could have been handled better and in a way that every single person watching, even the fat Newt Gingriches of the world, could have said, yep, they're not so bad. That guy can be just as nice and trustworthy as that guy in the suit over there. But regardless, some strong writing and acting, and the end nicely rounded out something the movie had been doing all along.
(es) wrote: Passionada is one of those rare romantic dramedys that involves characters over the age of 35. While there are a couple of young attractive twenty-somethings thrown in to story, the vast majority of characters in the film are well into their 30s and beyond. The movie should get credit for just taking this kind of commerical risk. Perhaps the lack of commercial success this film enjoyed confirms why movie-makers shy away from romance stories involving older characters. Anyway, this movie is, in general, cute and light with a thin story line and predictable outcomes. That I can recommend the film speaks more to the characters involved rather than the plot itself. They are very likeable characters set in place that is very likeable (a Massachusetts fishing town). They are all so pleasent and charming that you can forgive the romance cliches and predictable plot development. If you are looking for mindless romantic entertainment involving actors not straight out of high-school, here you go.
(mx) wrote: Milla! great movie.. =]
(es) wrote: According to Rotten Tomatoes, Alexander Payne, the director of About Schmidt, doesn't have a movie that he has directed with a score below 80%. That is impressive for a man who makes Comedy-Dramas, some of which are very original and unique. I personally think that About Schmidt is a great film. Jack Nicholson delivers each line of a perfect script with such honesty that you don't know whether to laugh or cry. he is perfection in this movie and it is one of his most underrated performances. All of the supporting cast is great as well including Kathy Bates. the film was advertised as more of a comedy but is really a very emotional and at times uncomfortable drama. but don't get me wrong, there are quite a few side splitting scenes in this one. Alexander Payne is a great director and a very underrated one in my opinion. he should get way more praise than he does. overall I feel this is a somewhat overlooked movie and should be checked out. I adored it and can say the end had me tearing up. 9.1/10
(nl) wrote: This is the worst movie I've seen in years! I wouldn't wish this film upon my worst enemy. There is no real dialogue or plot here; there is, however, an hour and a half worth of word-vomit interspersed with brief sequences of mindless and poorly choreographed violence. Sandra Bullock's terrible acting made me want to rip my eyeballs out.
(ca) wrote: Inspired by a true story. Average action movie. Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson return to his hometown for good after 8 years as a soldier. The sheriff Michael Bowen know him and insist to fetch him home. He wanted to work at the mill but it was closed 3 years ago. His family (John Beasley, Barbara Tarbuck, Kristen Wilson, Khleo Thomas) keep life simple. Johnny Knoxville is Dwayne old friend and gather with other friends just like old times. Neal McDonough is the old nemesis that shut down the mill and open the casino. They play football and in the last play Kevin Durand knock Dwayne left knee and they lose the game. Neal know about his old injury. He ask Dwayne to drop by the casino and he agree. He saw Khleo and some kids smoking weed and warn him. The gang go to casino as VIP. Dwayne enjoy the striptease show and is surprise to see his ex Ashley Scott. Dwayne saw the staff switch the dice with a rigged one. He create troubles and the security soon attack him and he is knock out. Kevin took his special forces pendent and use a pen knife to cut him. He is alive luckily. Dwayne is recuperating well at home. Neal visit him and says the guy is sacked. Dwayne also reject his money and job offer. He go to sheriff to press charges but Michael says case close. The casino is a good revenue for the town and it is untouchable. Ashely pays a visit to Dwayne and pass him the jacket. Khleo take drugs and ambulance is called. Dwayne ask the other kids where they got the drugs and he go back home to load his shotgun and find Kevin at the casino. But he decide to barge in with a wood instead. He beat up many security and smash the place. The sheriff catch him. Standing trial, Dwayne is offer to plead guilty and get lighter sentence but he refuse. Even his lawyer is bribe by Neal and Dwayne fight his own. He tell the jury he will fight for the right thing, run for sheriff and show his scars. He is not guilty of the charges by the jury. Dwayne is elected as sheriff and he fires all the corrupt deputies. He stop Neal in his Porsche and smash his tail lights. He make Johnny his deputy as he know how the drug world operate. Soon they nail it to Kevin and they dismantle his truck to find drugs. Kevin is lock up and Dwayne ask Johnny to take care his family. He know the baddies will attack. Ashley go find him in the station. Next morning, different group attack the station and home. Michael shoot at Kevin as well. He tell Dwayne the drug operation is at the mill and he let Kevin out but he is shot dead immediately. Dwayne kills them all and Johnny isn't too bad himself. Dwayne fight Neal in the mill and is injured. He fight back and beat Neal. His casino is close down.
(ca) wrote: An anthology comedy for a change, all stories starring two fantastic actors: Mastroianni and Loren. The stories are hilarious, and any one of them would make a great full length movie. I really enjoyed this movie.
(de) wrote: o i loved this movie when i was a little kid
(mx) wrote: There is no excuse for this film. From the horrendous visual effects to the predictable plotting, there isn't anything redeemable about this film. Seventh Son tells the tale of a Sorcerer who trains a new apprentice to take on an ancient evil. If that sounds familiar, its probably because you've seen this before. Many, many times before. And instead of doing something original, everyone involved goes for the tired and predictable plot beats. There are no surprises, but there are many side plots that get swept under the rug in favor of tame and lame spectacle. On the acting front, I have no idea what the hell happened here. Jeff Bridges gives an over the top performance, and not in a so-bad-its-good RIPD way. No, instead, he comes off as a stage actor with a painfully stupid accent. Julianne Moore doesn't fare well, either. Overly hammy and over the top, with a painfully grating cliche witch voice. Besides those two, who treat this like a spoof, everyone else takes it seriously, and even then, they're terrible. And this all boils down to the cliche ridden garbage they were given on the page. And finally, there are the visual effects. They're bad, and they look like they were ripped out of a Syfy flick. And once again, this would've been fine if the goal was to be hammy, but no one seems to be in on the bad joke, like 2013's Hansel and Gretel. The only good thing to come out of this is that it was a box office flop, and any hope of a franchise was buried deep in the bargain bin with the rest of the DVD copies of this film.
(ag) wrote: Absolutely love this movie! It's funny and cute. Obviously not meant to be realistic so don't try to calculate energy difference between lead and gold, but sit back and enjoy!