A group of renegade marine commandos seizes a stockpile of chemical weapons and takes over Alcatraz, with 81 tourists as hostages. Their leader demands $100 million to be paid, as restitution to families of Marines who died in covert ops – or he will launch 15 rockets carrying deadly VX gas into the San Francisco Bay area.
A mild-mannered chemist and an ex-con must lead the counterstrike when a rogue group of military men, led by a renegade general, threaten a nerve gas attack from Alcatraz against San Francisco. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
The Rock torrent reviews
(jp) wrote: Trashy, scary, and silly shit. Just go with it and enjoy the ride. It's a killer doll, not Citizen Kane.
(ru) wrote: I love Steve Carell and his movies. I love this movie. This is another one I get teased for liking so much. Again, that could just mean I relate too much to the schmucks.
(jp) wrote: I'm being generous with my rating. I read the book first (didn't even KNOW there was a movie) and then when I finally saw the movie, I was crushed. Hollywood RUINED it. The ONLY things that were similar between the 2 were the names of characters & the fact that the lead character is a young, female werewolf who falls for a human. THAT'S IT. For Books-turned to movies, the closer the movie is to the book, the better it is. The further it is, the worse the movie is. It is an INSULT to the beauty contained in the book & the author. Don't waste your time.
(us) wrote: A very deep and intellectual movie with an intricate plot line. The special effects are not good in this movie, although in places this is due to some special effects.
(mx) wrote: The Will To Live Is Strong When Individuals Band (Excuse The Pun) Together Fighting Captive Torture. It Is A Commendable Effort, Which Is Reflected Upon In Part, But Not Great Detail..Here.
(ag) wrote: So Richard Stanley, the director of this amzofilm 9000 doesn't get to make movies anymore because he pissed off Val Kilmer but Brett Ratner gets to continue to make purile shit? The world is not fair. Your parents lied to you.
(kr) wrote: very very average stuff
(ca) wrote: Small solid movie... as desperate the tale (as real as painful tale) is there some space to humour (underlined, almost hidden). The almost naturalistic approach about the working class struggle in post-Thatcher, conservative Britain is still eye opening, even if it looks a bit constrained compared to some other Loach films. Hopeless unemployment, petty crime and crack affecting a couple of normal people, survivors. I like the approach to catholicism in the film: a comfort for the desperate that is also a way for fooling oneself, the chance of redemption as well as the argument/excuse to hidde a crime. Really interesting. It is a warm, affecting but without being sentimental homage to the working-class spirit. Solid acting. solid piece of the cinema of commitment.
(de) wrote: Sleeper film! Excellent drama. It opens your mind to understanding and possibilities
(ca) wrote: I really liked this movie