An idyllic weekend in the mountains turns into a harrowing nightmare for an expectant young couple. Three weeks before it’s due date, the baby starts to kick and in a desperate drive to the hospital they suffer an horrific accident. Stuck out in the American wilderness, the couple are stranded and totally isolated. Pinned in the wreck of their car, they begin to suffer from injury, dehydration and infection and the baby is coming. Their struggle for survival grows all the more terrifying as they begin to wonder if they really are all alone.
- Stars:Judy Maier, Aaron Lohr, Jonathan Cherry, Darrell Larson, Danny Johnson, Tiffany Randol, Carlos F. Gonzalez, Dennis Guidone, Jimi Jones, Marc Levine,
- Director:Jimi Jones,
- Writer:Jimi Jones, Patrick Moses
An idyllic weekend in the mountains turns into a harrowing nightmare for an expectant young couple. Three weeks before it’s due date, the baby starts to kick and in a desperate drive to the hospital they suffer an horrific accident. Stuck out in the American wilderness, the couple are stranded and totally isolated. Pinned in the wreck of their car, they begin to suffer from injury, dehydration and infection and the baby is coming. Their struggle for survival grows all the more terrifying as they begin to wonder if they really are all alone. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
The Wreck torrent reviews
(ru) wrote: Before becoming one of the most influential sci-fi authors of the 20th century, Michael Crichton takes a brief stop in the director's chair to helm Westworld, a sci-fi western that is, unfortunately, as dry as the dirt that makes up the titular theme park of the future. The concept itself, dealing with the concept of technology surpassing humanity and the consequences that come with that idea, is fascinating, but Crichton's approach is rooted too much in the technological aspects and not enough in the morality or humanistic elements. The whole second act brings the promising start to a screeching halt as the scientists behind Westworld dwell on the collapse that's unfolding before their eyes, but never in a manner that embraces this moral dilemma. Instead, after being treated to this dry technical talk, we're thrown back into Westworld itself and the two bland lead characters the story follows. These two are equally disappointing, with no defining character traits outside of one being familiar with Westworld's operation and one being nervous due to his lack of experience in the park. What could be the emotional core of this story are instead two characters with nothing to relate to and properly immerse ourselves in their story, who eventually just become the potential fodder for the third act. That said, it's that final act that is essentially the saving grace of Westworld. Yul Brynner takes over the show as one of the park's "attractions," a gunslinger that guests can kill in a duel as they please; of course, with the park's maintenance troubles, this Gunslinger is now on the loose and prepared to kill any in his path. He at least makes for a compelling physical villain that the moral dilemma couldn't accomplish itself, and Brynner's dead stare and resilience is actually quite unnerving. It's just a shame that such a cerebral concept is wasted on a campy cat-and-mouse thriller for an ending.
(es) wrote: It's pretty cool and a good watch for fans of the art.
(jp) wrote: Kurt Russell is always watchable and helps to elevate this fairly standard heist flick that is easily overshadowed by numerous other crime/heist films. Having said that its an enjoyable, if lightweight film with a better cast than the script deserves, particularly Terrance Stamp.
(us) wrote: It is easy to say that this isn't a good movie, after all it plays a little like a Bourne movie, and Bourne has raised the bar. However, was it a good movie. Yes it was I definitely watch it a second time.
(au) wrote: (Watched Mon 02 Nov 2009)
(au) wrote: it looks really good.. whenever it comes out
(au) wrote: This film had so much potential, given the people involved and the premise, but unfortunately it didn't live up to the potential. There were some amusing moments, but even Alec Baldwin's great acting and the presence of the always excellent Anthony Hopkins couldn't keep this one afloat. The fact that it was filmed like six years before it was released may have been a sign that it wasn't worth much. Too bad.
(nl) wrote: depressive to the core.
(jp) wrote: Streisand is dazling and film is beautifully and vibrantly depicted. Not much of a comfort movie, but still worth the funny.
(mx) wrote: Monday, July 4, 2011 (1956) Friendly Persuasion DRAMA Based on a novel centering on a typical American Quaker family with Gary Cooper as the father, right through to the Civil War! In terms of book adaptions into film, I have to say director William Wyler is one of the best stoytellers of all time because I find how fascinating the way Quaker used to act and talk like before, such as using words like "thee" and "thy" and how it's changed through out the years. And how they would call a church a "meeting place" where they just sit together and discuss the bible instead of have a sermon standing on front of a autorium! The story is a bit long and could've been shortened after a morethan two hour running time length, I have to say it's still handle quite well despite leaving some unanswered questions! 3 out of 4
(fr) wrote: Now this is a bad movie not even I can enjoy. Trust me that's saying something.
(nl) wrote: Not bad but was no need to make it, They have ran out of ideas, The 3D was pointless and please just end it before it gets hated.