Tribulation 99: Alien Anomalies Under America
Baldwin’s “pseudo-pseudo-documentary” presents a factual chronicle of US intervention in Latin America in the form of the ultimate far-right conspiracy theory, combining covert action, environmental catastrophe, space aliens, cattle mutilations, killer bees, religious prophecy, doomsday diatribes, and just about every other crackpot theory broadcast through the dentures of the modern paranoiac.
- Stars:Maurice Bishop, Jimmy Carter, Fidel Castro, John Foster Dulles, Dwight D. Eisenhower, Howard Hughes, E. Howard Hunt, John F. Kennedy, Sean Kilkoyne, Henry Kissinger, Oliver North, Ronald Reagan,
- Director:Craig Baldwin,
- Writer:Craig Baldwin
In the year 1000, aliens from the planet Quetzalcoatl flee their dying planet and take refuge under the Earth's surface. Disturbed by 1950s American atomic testing, the aliens strike back ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Tribulation 99: Alien Anomalies Under America torrent reviews
(nl) wrote: This movie would be better if Estella Warren wasn't in it.
(nl) wrote: This is an underrated war film by Peter Berg which deserves much more credit. It contains well-done battle sequences and it keeps the viewer hoping for a happy ending even though the outcome is already known.4 Navy SEALs on a mission to find a high-level Taliban operative find themselves in a desperate gun battle with enemy forces in the Hindu Kush region.Like Black Hawk Down, this is a movie which puts you in the middle of combat and it immerses you well. It isn't as claustrophobic and tense as Black Hawk Down was but it still does a great job in immersing you. The make-up work is bloody realistic and it shows you how all 4 men slowly become weaker and weaker as the battles they face continue on and on. Black Hawk Down didn't have this feature but I still think that it was more tense. I'll explain why I think that later in this review.Mark Wahlberg did a great job acting. His performance isn't too impressive at first but after the movie starts to pick up, he gives it all he has and he does an exceptional job in the second half. All of the other actors give great performances as well but Wahlberg is the one who stands out the most considering that he's the main star of the movie.I mentioned earlier that this movie has a lot of tension (which is does). However, perhaps "Lone Survivor" wasn't exactly the best title they could have come up with. After the other 3 men die, I felt that the movie lost some of its suspense because I knew that Wahlberg wouldn't die and I felt more calm in the battle scenes which came after it. I know that some people already knew the ending since this was based on a true story but I wasn't familiar with the main story and I would've felt more tension if there was a different title.Even though this movie loses some of its tension near the end, I still think that this is an underrated war movie and it deserves a lot more praise. Some people have argued that it has intensity not seen in a Hollywood war movie ever since Black Hawk Down. I kind of agree with this statement. However, this movie still has well-executed battle scenes which are definitely worthy of a viewing. In my opinion, this is one of the best war movies of the past 15 years.
(de) wrote: Utterly horrible. Horrible effects, it's not even one of those low budget so-bad-its-good as it takes itself way too seriously. WOW.
(ag) wrote: Standard B-movie. What can I say? It makes me laugh and it entertained me...
(kr) wrote: This is definitely a film that will polarize its audience. On the one hand, it's a pleasant (albeit non-germane) 'family' film that never rises above its indie roots. On the other hand, it's too cloying for your average viewer. It's all very similar to the superior 'Lars And The Real Girl', and even though this technically came out first, I'd recommend that film over this one any day.The acting is relaxed and believable, with the unfortunate exception of Sapphire Boyce's 'Kellyanne', who comes off as a tad wooden and her character more than a bit manipulative, which would be forgivable were it not for Christian Byer's deft portrayal of 'Ashmol'.Direction, cinematography and screenwriting are all pedestrian at best, and with a title like 'Opal Dream', you might imagine a more colorful palette, but the dusty grey Australian outback proves to be more difficult to film than its source novella would suggest.Recommended for families who find themselves weary of Hollywood's by-the-numbers filmmaking and would like to see something a little different.
(fr) wrote: The single worst movie I have ever seen. Unwatchable. 30 minutes in, I could no longer stand it.Physically painful to watch.
(nl) wrote: Y Bishop fue cortado de nuevo
(us) wrote: in 1958 this movie was a scandal..now its a classic tale about a woman searching for true love...starring the wonderful jeanne moreau
(us) wrote: This Was OK.Not The Best Of A Jet Li Movie.C+
(us) wrote: Humans are apes. Apes are humans.