The Happening

The Happening

When a deadly airborne virus threatens to wipe out the northeastern United States, teacher Elliott Moore (Mark Wahlberg) and his wife (Zooey Deschanel) flee from contaminated cities into the countryside in a fight to discover the truth. Is it terrorism, the accidental release of some toxic military bio weapon -- or something even more sinister? John Leguizamo and Betty Buckley co-star in this thriller from writer-director M. Night Shyamalan.

A science teacher, his wife, and a young girl struggle to survive a plague that causes those infected to commit suicide. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


The Happening torrent reviews

Kristen C (nl) wrote: i just like adam sandler movies.

Mike M (de) wrote: If you eyes are drawn to the form, that may in this instance be as a result of a shortfall in content. "Men on the Bridge" is further evidence of the cinema's ability to open up a window on the world, yes; and there's something noble in the way it sets out to allow ordinary Turks to tell their stories, and momentarily play at being movie stars - to have some control over their lives, for once. Still, the whole seems to get stuck between documentary and fiction modes, too predetermined for one, not conclusive enough for the latter. It's a film that comes dangerously close to saying "here are some people, and this is what they do" - and I'm not sure if that in itself is worthy of your hard-earned. Granted, you get a sense of a nation being left at the roadside while the rest of the world passes by - but also of a film that ends up, whether by accident or sympathetic design, in much the same position. Perhaps it should have been left to the festival circuit.

Justin B (mx) wrote: It's completely dependent on the undercooked original but it's actually A grand step up. Surprisingly funny and not taken as seriously. Better direction.

Jeffrey C (jp) wrote: Not as good as his first HBO special, but still all good fun.

Yash B (ag) wrote: I think this movie gets a much worse rep than it deserves. It's a lot of fun and Will Smith is as charismatic as ever. I think the finale is a bit overblown but other than that it is a unique movie that is a great time. Nothing masterful, but a very entertaining movie that gets points for trying to be original.

Jerico T (jp) wrote: a useless playboy meets a handicapped hikimori

Ian R (fr) wrote: A different 80's action movie setting, but it's fairly standard in how its presented.

Ben B (ru) wrote: P to the C offers some incredible performances in Lumet's epic police drama headed up wonderfully by Treat Williams. However Lumet seems to spend more time with the confusing details of the story line and in so doing sacrifices what could have been a brilliant character study.

Keith T (es) wrote: Hadn't seen this for years, until it turned up on Channel 5 last night. Great (true) story, which looked like it was mainly filmed in the actual locations in Prague. Interesting also to see Martin Shaw and Anthony Andrews in a movie from before they both found their iconic roles in The Professionals and Brideshead Revisited respectively.

Michael S (es) wrote: It's been a little while since I so thoroughly loved a movie. The 3 and a half hour runtime will undoubtedly turn off some viewers but I urge anyone who doesn't mind length to find yourself a copy of this film. The three leads are all mesmerizing and for a film thats simply a dialogue filled pseudo love triangle it is remarkably quick paced. I could write a lot about this movie but I will simply say it receives my highest recommendation.

Kristy P (us) wrote: Will saying I've seen this really age me??? Probably. But I'll say it anyway. Seirously, I grew up on Jerry Lewis; it's classic, it's funny...they don't make movies like this anymore.

Plural V (us) wrote: No camera lies. It's life as it is.

Raji K (kr) wrote: The Coen Brothers write and direct an all-star cast in their latest movie Burn After Reading. John Malkovich is Osbourne Cox who is recently fired from the CIA. He decides to go home and tell his wife he quit and wants to work on his memoirs, much to his wife's (Tilda Swinton) dismay. Brad Pitt and Frances McDormand are Chad Feldheimer and Linda Litzke, two gym employees that come across a CD that contains sensitive government material. Their boss Ted (Richard Jenkins) tells them to get rid of the material, but instead they attempt to blackmail Osbourne who believes they is the owner of the material. Osbourne is confused and believes they simply have the working progress of his memoirs. Into the mix is Harry Pfarrer (George Clooney) who is a womanizer that is sleeping with Osbourne's wife, and Linda. He connects the characters in what becomes a funny comedy. The head of the CIA (J.K. Simmons) is monitoring the story, and the various characters scheme, plot, blackmail and even kill each other in what becomes one of their most confusing cases to date. He is told about each of the segments of the movie in a recap moment, which helps catch the audience up and realize how comedic some of what the audience just saw really is. The plot is similar to The Big Lebowski where you are not sure where the story will turn next, or who will be the next to meet their untimely demise. The audience is left as confused as the characters in the story. Each of the characters is flawed in some way, but they are still endearing to the audience in some way. Chad is clueless, nave, but optimistic. Linda has little self-worth and believes copious surgery will vastly improve her image. Osbourne is an alcoholic who has sever temper tantrums. Harry is a womanizer who wants to have his cake and eat it too. Ted is too kind and unable tell how he feels about Linda. These character aspects give each of the characters a sense of depth that makes the story much more intriguing when something happens. The plot is confusing at times, and the film warrants a second viewing to really pick up on some of the stories intricacies. Burn After Reading is one of the Coen's brothers best comedic efforts for a film. At times it feels like it has too many characters to pick up for some of the plot elements, but it all comes together in the end. It is not as well rounded and likable as the Big Lebowski or the black comedy Fargo, but is far superior to their other films such as Lady Killers and Intolerable Cruelty. -10.08.2016