The Amazing Colossal Man

The Amazing Colossal Man

Lt. Col. Glenn Manning is inadvertently exposed to a plutonium bomb blast and although he sustains burns over 90% of his body, he survives. Then he begins to grow, but as he grows he starts losing his mind. By the time he stops he is 50 ft tall, insane and is on the rampage.

Lt. Col. Glenn Manning is inadvertently exposed to a plutonium bomb blast at Camp Desert Rock. Though burned over 90% of his body, he survives, and begins to grow in size. As he grows, his ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


The Amazing Colossal Man torrent reviews

Susan R (au) wrote: Haunting imagery, an interesting meditation on the impact of industry on China and the world at large.

Nathaniel B (ru) wrote: Extremely entertaining coming of age story!

Deb S (nl) wrote: "Aren't you the pretty one?" Darkman 2: The Return of Durant starts out with the ludicrous request that we all believe crime boss Durant could have survived that massive helicopter crash at the end of the first film. Incredibly, the almighty Robert G. Durant awakes from a three year coma to take control of his territory, and seems to be having a good time doing it. Peyton Westlake (played by the Mummy's Arnold Vosloo) meets another scientist, David Brinkman, working on the same formula for synthetic skin that he has been trying to figure out, and Brinkman has made huge improvements. Brinkman proposes a partnership, which Westlake eagerly accepts. Sadly, Brinkman happens to live in a huge warehouse that Durant wants to buy because it is the ideal factory to construct illegal weapons, but Brinkman doesn't want to sell. The expected 'convincing' ends in Brinkman's death, and Westlake has to suffer through the loss of another partner. Kim Delaney plays a tenacious reporter, too bad her stint here is so brief.

August M (kr) wrote: Damn. This certainly ranks up their with the Coen brothers' best and that's saying something, as they've made some of the best films of the last 20 years. With Barton Fink, the Coens have crafted a brilliant tragi-comedy about neuroses and creativity. In fact, it almost completely eviscerates Hollywood and the Hollywood system. In Fink's Hollywood, talented writers are taken in, chewed up, and spit out until they resemble very little of what made them good in the first place. It's also incredibly allegorical, referencing a number of biblical people and themes. Like most Coen movies, the writing is superb, with even the side players getting fleshed out. The Coens know how to create an entire world for their characters to play off of. The movie is certainly a lot to unpack and I don't think the Coens would have it any other way. This is a movie that would buckle under the guidance of almost any other director(s).

Isabelle G (fr) wrote: Troublant et en meme temps percutant ma petite existance par un passe oublier qui revient en moi...

Meleki S (ag) wrote: One of the best christmas movies I have seen.

Lincoln W (br) wrote: Bale carries a weak film, which is not that magic

Julien L (jp) wrote: Excellent Peter Sellers !