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

Deidre M (us) wrote: who doesn't want to watch two GREATS

Keith P (mx) wrote: I'm sorry. I only recognize Billy Zane, from "The Phantom" & "Going Overboard." & I'm watching this in Spanish.

Bernard N (fr) wrote: Continuing where it left off, this sequel has the same elements that made the last captivating eg. the characters, the mysterious ambience, direction and pacing. The jungle in the hills is a nice change from the concrete HK jungle. It's amazing to see the vast scope of duty in the lives of PTU. How nice if there's such service in Malaysia

Justin T (de) wrote: A dark drama that includes some comedy that ends up falling flat. The film relies on the viewer to feel remorse for the main character but the film makers give us little reason to do so. Add in the fact that his friends are obnoxious and his dream girl is a despondent alcoholic and we really have nothing to cling to. The film is mildly successful on a depressing tale of heartbreak and death but the mixed messages and uncharismatic characters bring the film down.

Rose A (de) wrote: I love the true blood, cuz of all the vampire drama. WOW the love scene between Bill and Sookie was Hot! the cellar scene was so Bizarre love the darkness of this show.

Jessica F (ru) wrote: Truly weird, but ultimately sweet and refreshing.

John Eric D (jp) wrote: Assault on Precinct 13 is pretty bad ass. Combine the hostages, criminals and the cops inside a precinct added with the best and modern weapons around against those filthy corrupt officers, its pretty cool for an action flick. Though its not as slick as the original but those gun fight scenes, its awesome. A very good and memorable action flick to watch.

Paul S (au) wrote: A cute little movie that maintains consistency with other early 30s movies in its quirkness. A high point is the opening scene that follows Chevalier from his Parisian apartment, into the streets, and down a couple of blocks, singing and interacting with many many people along the way. Of course, he gets the girl eventually.

Samuel B (fr) wrote: I appreciated the film on a number of different levels. But, found myself unimpressed with the ad-lib dialogue that often seemed forced and awkwardly inhuman. The documentary-esque style of filming was impressive at times and the method approach that Bale gave with his performance was shocking at times yet not altogether there as a whole performance. The entirety of the film came off as slightly pretentious and laughable due to the loopy misdirection of Herzog. It was a strange approach to a story with a number of loose-ends that never get tied up. A little disappointing being a fair-weather fan of Herzog and Bale alike.

Ryan C (es) wrote: It tries to be very dramatic with a mix of comedy, but doesn't succeed in doing either very well. The acting is either over the top of underdone and it causes the tone to just flop short of the direction it was trying to go in.The story has a little depth, but outlining it doesn't go well and it makes for a boring watch. It seems Tracy Morgan was in it just for the comedy alone and he only gets a few laughs out of a bunch of attempts.

Paul H (au) wrote: Superb martial arts film that may have a fairly cliched story but more than makes up for this by copious fight scenes. Both Scott Adkins and Kane Kosugi are on top form. Loved every minute.