The Moment After
In the twinkling of an eye, a mass disappearance has occurred. Moments after the turmoil and confusion, the FBI is called in to investigate and locate the missing persons. For Agent Adam Riley (David White), it is personal. For Agent Charles Baker (Kevin Downes), it doesn't matter, it's just a job.
- Stars:Julie Link, Mike Wilson, David A.R. White, Kevin Downes, Greg Davis, Brad Heller, D. David Morin, Brian C. Bennetts, Amanda Llewellyn, Kevin Indio Copeland, John Gilbert, Manney Beldaire, Gregg Binkley, Paul R. Jones, David Darus,
- Director:Wes Llewellyn,
- Writer:Kevin Downes, Amanda Llewellyn, Wes Llewellyn
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The Moment After torrent reviews
(kr) wrote: Entertaining simple movie with comedy, mature love and sentiments. Keeps the interest well. Good watch for solid entertainment.Rating - 4/5
(de) wrote: Even for a spoof lover, this movie is dreadfully terrible
(ca) wrote: Monday, September 8, 2014 (2010) Columbus Circle SUSPENSE An elderly lady gets murdered from her "Columbus Circle" apartment without a revelation who the perpetrator might be. Detective Frank Giardello (Giovanni Ribisi) is in charge of the case, and tries to impose for more questions answered by asking the lady who is living across the old lady who had been murdered earlier. At first she refuses to get involved until the detective threatens her with a warrant. By the time she invites him in, she then informs him her name is Abigail Clayton (Selma Blair), and we find out that she rarely steps one foot out the door since she has a phobia. And after the detective leaves, we are then shown in flashbacks that she's a victim of physical abuse, which may be the reason why she keeps her lifestyle in isolation. Because the apartment is left vacant, Abigail then makes a call to someone whom we find out later is a doctor named Dr. Ray Fontaine. And calls him to rent the apartment where the elder lady had been murdered on located across where she's living in, except that it had already been rented out already by a young couple- Charles Stanford (Jason Lee) and Lillian Hart (Amy Smart). What happens next is a series of revelations, twists and turns. Despite a superficial ending, the ending made no sense whatsoever. 2 out of 4 stars
(fr) wrote: A flawed film for sure, but a heartwarming and thought-provoking one.
(ca) wrote: So forgetable that I have forgotten most of it already.
(it) wrote: I caught this one on TV and the only reason I watched it was because it was supposed to take place in Baltimore. It was pretty terrible. I mean the lead detective had to be the most unobservative cop ever. And some simple communication could have made the situation a whole lot better. Not to mention the special effects were TERRIBLE. I mean, it came out in 2004 but it looked like a cheap early 90s flick.
(it) wrote: Weak, weak, weak! Characters are un-likable....what am I saying?! Everything in this atrocity is un-likable!
(ru) wrote: Was tolerable until the final act when Michael Bay went insane with the action, just as mind numbing as the later Transformers films.
(de) wrote: No american writer or director could pull something like this off. I've never seen it, at least. To have such an irredeemable and evil protagonist that you can't bring yourself to hate because you're too busy being confused by his strange, erratic actions. To use such pretentious, smug and cynical ideas to advance your narrative only to pull off a complete 180 and so plainly show the irony of cynic generalizations of life some people can make. Any movie I can think of that's tried to rely so heavily on something like this has always felt condescending and preachy to me. if i feel like a movie is pushing some backwards idea on me it can sink the ship pretty easily, but Gaspar Noe keeps you on the brink of that threshold for the length of his movie only to pull you back in and show you the pathetic, sad and lonely side of this angry and violent man who thought he had everything figured out so well. I don't know if Gaspar Noe's storytelling is just a dark and much more grim version of what is the norm in France, but as such a big fan of movies that is relatively unfamiliar with foreign films, something like this really gives you a great perspective of what can happen when someone steps away from the norm in a genuine way.
(br) wrote: A cheesy, mostly bad movie. Richard Gere and great choreography almost make up for it though.
(jp) wrote: The biggest trollfest that went too far long before the concept of trolling or 4Chan. Annoynmous is here and it is controlling the world's machines. What a mess, Maximum Overdrive is. The storyline is terrible and beyond stupid. The movie is a good watch. Good pacing, even if 90% of the film takes place in the same spot. You get a good deal of character development with the main characters. It's not really a horror film, but it can get graphic at times. Not quite like the film cover shows. The whole film's score is by AC/DC, I have no clue why but it's all good, it's fitting. The film was seemingly intended to be part violent and graphic and part fun and just an overall good watch. It's not meant to be super crazy like his other films which are generally all horror.
(es) wrote: Reminds me a lot of the relationship I have with my parents.
(mx) wrote: Wasn't impressed at all!!!
(au) wrote: must rewatch and rewatch again. gotta be in my top 5