A man's life is derailed when an ominous pattern of events repeats itself in exactly the same manner every day, ending at precisely 2:22 p.m.
A clever| roller-coaster thriller that centers on Dylan an air traffic controller who is given a jolt when he narrowly escapes being responsible for a mid air
collision between two passenger planes. Caused by a mysterious blinding light that happened at 2:22| these strange occurrences continue and lead Dylan to meet Sarah|
with whom he feels inexplicably linked. Together the two discover uncanny similarities with their current predicament and a double murder committed a generation ago.
With a grim fate looming| Dylan must solve the mystery of 2:22 to preserve a love whose second chance has finally come. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
2:22 torrent reviews
(mx) wrote: Mindless saturday afternoon viewing. That Sue Sylvester gets about! Also whats with Alexis Bledel being called lads names, Rory, Ryden...
(fr) wrote: The choice is theirs. This film is good. Joseph Gordon Levitt is great in the lead and shows his range here, while Lynn Collins isn't bad either. Uncertainty is all about this couple, the decision-making process and the implications that certain action courses have on our lives. It's quite an unusual experience but definitely worth watching. A young couple, Kate and Bobby, flip a coin on the Brooklyn bridge to determine the paths their lives take that day, the Fourth of July. The green path takes them to Brooklyn where they spend a quiet day with Kate's family, coming to a better understanding of their status as a couple. The yellow path takes them to Manhattan where they are being chased by a gunman and are in the center of a dangerous crime ring involving large amounts of money. What does the future hold for Kate and Bobby?
(jp) wrote: A pretty great shooter movie, very cowboy western
(ca) wrote: just saw this film and it's really good
(us) wrote: Mildly entertaining, but a wasted opportunity. Disney had a perfect classic story to work with and somehow dropped the ball on this one. Poor casting and directing choices. All that said, it is still an improvement over the 1956 film. (First and only viewing - 9/14/2010)
(es) wrote: Despite the fact that Sacha Baron Cohen really knows how to step up his game when it comes to comedy, I do not think Bruno would be worth another viewing.
(kr) wrote: At first this film seems like a series of shearer's yarns - the main narrative line seems pretty thin at times, but like Robert Altman's films this episodic meandering narrative works extremely well despite defying the accepted wisdom on how film narrative is supposed to work. Once upon a time in Australia, hard work was considered a virtue. A man gained respect by how well and fast he could do hard, physical work. Sure the money was good but it was not about the money. The Jack Thompson character gains the respect of other men because he has been the best shearer at every shed he has worked at for the last 10 years. But sooner or later, no matter how good you are someone will be better than you. Sooner or later, you will reach your peak and then some day a younger ambitious person will surpass you. Sooner or later you will die and before that most people get old. Self esteem is a complex and delicate thing. We should not gain it from one ability alone.Despite a masterly ensemble performance, the great Max Cullen in a supporting role steals the show on any scene he is in
(fr) wrote: This is an excellent movie, a must see.
(mx) wrote: This tale has been around for ages and although I've seen snippets of it before, I've never actually sat and watched the whole thing through in one sitting. Now I have it makes a little more sense. We're put straight into the action with a plane having already crashed, and we pick up the aftermath of several young boys attempting to get to safety on a nearby island. At this stage, there are no casualties, just an injured pilot, as the survivors look around their new temporary home until help arrives. As the days pass, hunger mounts, and tension flares, the young lads begin to divide with two leaders forming; one being mr sensible and one being mr practical, the latter winning control over most of the other followers. However, as night falls and panic sets in, fateful events begin to occur which consolidate the divide between the two tribes, until there is just one single boy left on one side, fighting for his life not only on the island, but from his former friends. It was like a hardcore Boy Scouts movie with a mixture of mature but adolescent children attempting to get by without parents, some more able to adapt than others. I was confused as to what they all represented, as in were they a football team, Boy Scouts, school trip etc as I didn't think that was clear. I also wondered what happened to the 2nd pilot, because unless I was mistaken, there was one ill one, and one that briefly appeared before assuming he swam off - was he the reason the rescue team were called? It wasn't gory in nature, but there were some strong references to violence, particularly because death scenes are always more powerful when involving kids, and can be that tad more emotional. I enjoyed finally watching this but you only really get familiar with a handful of the characters as all the others are just plebs that switch sides at some point during the story. On that basis it's not really a thoroughly action packed plot, but just an intriguing one that places a large emphasis on the conclusion. This wouldn't make me want to get my head into the book, or watch the black and white original, but it's a relatively classic production that is now ticked off my list of 'Want to See'
(ru) wrote: Will Ferrell's understated and I would even say brave performance, really lets you see the character warts and all, just right for this story of a senior executive who loses his job and his wife on the same day and deals with the traumatic turn of events in a decidedly offbeat manner. Good characterizations and the story will hold your attention. Does start off slow especially if you are expecting a comedy because of Ferrell. Despite a few comic moments, this is definitely a drama and the overall tone is subdued.
(fr) wrote: Even with it's promising premise, intermittent thrills and decently picked cast, Last days on Mars takes it's trashy premise far too seriously and is not that smart to be though provoking, leaving me stuck in such a vapid land just like Mars.