The Mechanical Man
The story begins with a scientist creating a device shaped like a man that can be remote-controlled by a machine. The mechanical man possess super-human speed and strength. The scientist is killed however by a gang of criminals, led by a woman named Mado, who wish to get the instructions for building the mechanical man. The criminals are captured before they are able to get them and are brought to trial and condemned. Mado manages to escape and kidnaps the scientist's niece whom she forces to give her the instructions which she uses to build a mechanical man.
The story begins with a scientist creating a device shaped like a man that can be remote-controlled by a machine. The mechanical man possess super-human speed and strength. The scientist is killed however by a gang of criminals, led by a woman named Mado, who wish to get the instructions for building the mechanical man. The criminals are captured before they are able to get them and are brought to trial and condemned. Mado manages to escape and kidnaps the scientist's niece whom she forces to give her the instructions which she uses to build a mechanical man. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
The Mechanical Man torrent reviews
(fr) wrote: WTF! The ending... I hate you! But it was good.
(au) wrote: Godzilla is barley shown in the movie at all instead it is focusing on the family of one child and the giant creature that is shown for most of the movie is not Godzilla and is evil. Not only that Godzilla face is not shown until it is near the end. I think this show stinks.
(mx) wrote: How the JLA came together in a nutshell. A small nutshell. While it's good that the focus goes broader than simply Batman and Superman for a change the justice done the other frontrunners in the DC universe is not really justice. The work has a curious retro look going for it that's not offputting and the actors (quite a few names!) and music do well. If only it had been better written.
(ag) wrote: this movie starts off with "i might actually like it." and "it has some potential" but soon falls pray to 'trying to make story without making a story' the movie lacks action and pace. all i wanted was a fun to watch bad movie, and all this ended up being was just a bad movie..
(es) wrote: Pretty interesting and revealing information about how there's no law that forces Americans to have to pay income tax. Then, of course, the movie breaks down the total fraud of the federal reserve and how we're slaves to central banks.
(us) wrote: Coolio en force special.... Mouarfffff
(ca) wrote: I loved this film! It's been years since I first saw it and it comes back up in my mind over and over. This movie is very good if you approach it with the right frame of mind, but because of this necessity, it suffers in the eyes of some. I took in the 3 story lines as separate, but having [i]something[/i] to do with one another. Which, for me, was the quest for immortality. You can't get hung up on making sense of whether they are the same people (they are) in 3 timelines. You have to kind of just go with the flow and focus on the main point, the quest for material immortality, and ultimately its fruitlessness. [i]That[/i] is where the beauty of this film lies. In it's poignant portrayal of this final conclusion. In my opinion this is Hugh Jackman's best performance
(jp) wrote: Funny as hell!!! Mowgi is the best!!
(ru) wrote: Leviathan actually begins on an interesting note, taking care to introduce most of the characters as well rounded individuals, but that's where all pretense of this being a good movie stops. Characters talk in circles to explain the intricacies of the mining station, the "creature" is neither scary nor makes much sense as an organism and by the end, the film could easily be confused for one of the Asylum's masterpieces. Overall, it comes off as nothing more than a cheap knock-off of The Abyss.
(ca) wrote: Blades of Glory definitely has its funny moments, and Will Ferrell fans will eat this one up. The movie is somewhat raunchy and potty-mouthed, but never in excess, hence the PG-13 rating. Classed in a genre that, for me, has headed south over the past decade, Blades of Glory managed to prove just entertaining enough to hold my interest and keep me reasonably entertained, even if I only found myself laughing uncontrollably once or twice and barely emoting a smile the rest of the way. Ferrell and Heder have a wonderful chemistry and can pull off hating one another just a well as they can pull off being best friends and teammates.
(au) wrote: Justin Long and Emmy Rossum try very hard to sell Comet's zippy, phony script and misguided conceit, however, if the film is somewhat poignant in its depiction of modern relationships, it is also thin and overwrought, never feeling quite real enough to believe. Rating: 51
(ag) wrote: Still holds up after all these years, I would love to see his try walk over people like at the end these days. would be thrown to the ground in an instant
(es) wrote: Cute movie about finding oneself