Assignment: Outer Space

Assignment: Outer Space

Interplanetary News reporter Ray Peterson is assigned aboard a space station in the 21st Century.

In the 21st century Ray Peterson, reporter for the Interplanetary News, is assigned to write a story aboard a space station. Tension mounts between Peterson and the station commander, who ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Assignment: Outer Space torrent reviews

Moya W (kr) wrote: This is probably the only time that I'm going to call a movie unpredictable and mean it in a negative sense. I felt quite betrayed by this movie. What I felt was the main storyline was hardly in the movie and it felt like the movie was only focused on a beginning and an end and instead ended up never really telling you anything. It never had time to keep you hooked and entertained because it never got to the place where you started to be in kinship with the characters which is a shame. I'm sad to say that this was a bit of a disappointment. It could have been a lot better.

Luciano G (nl) wrote: There are a lot of things to like about this movie, the cinematography was first rate, the locales were beautiful, the action scenes were very well done, the acting was not bad.....an enjoyable martial arts/fantasy movie and as already reported, this movie is now the first part of a trilogy, and that the sequels have already begun shooting....

Joe S (ru) wrote: Truly magical and inspirational, if you love Harry Potter then you should watch this lovely story.

Tani S (ag) wrote: A film that's highly relevant in real life, beautifully shot, well acted, has a positive message and actually makes you want to DO something.

Jorge G (es) wrote: Lenta, aburrida, plagada de todos los clich (C)s de este genero, esta pelcula representa lo peor que he visto en las ultimas semanas.

Jenn T (au) wrote: Interesting plot line, good music.

Jonathan B (es) wrote: It's a wee bit on the odd side for sure, but this seems to be Takeshi Kitano's most personal film to date. Totally bonkers!

Don S (it) wrote: A bit reminiscent of the Michael Douglas movie Falling Down, this indie drama based on a David Mamet play is more subtle but much less entertaining. Macy, as usual, is awesome. The downfall here is the story move too slowly and the tragic incidents that befall poor Edmond this night are all of his own making. None of it had to happen and life would have been better had it not. Not much of a moral.

Heather M (nl) wrote: There is no way that I am watching this movie.

Stefan D (fr) wrote: I just love this movie: the music, the setting (Antwerp!!!), the characters I feel great when I see this movie!

Gregory W (jp) wrote: good look at 90's NYC which almost like another character in this book.

Timothy J (es) wrote: Bogart originated the Philip Marlowe role. No Boggie in this film, although the attempt was mad to mimic his voice. Filmed entirely from perspective of Marlowe. May have been creative at the time. Tired as the film progresses.

Duncan K (fr) wrote: Some might say this film hates women due to the horrifying, repeated gang rapes inflicted upon the woman. Some might say this film hates men due to the atrocious, disproportionate retribution inflicted upon the rapists by the victim. Some might say that this film hates the mentally retarded due to the most appalling portrayal of one in the history of cinema. They're all correct because this film hates humanity. No one but a sick, sadistic, soulless, vile nihilist who holds all of humanity in contempt would even think that this reeking pile of absolute garbage could ever be classified as entertainment. Somewhere, the late, great Buster Keaton, God rest his soul, is thrashing in his grave due to the knowledge that his grand-niece has appeared in what can only be described as an insult to cinema and an insult to anyone who has the misfortune of ever viewing it, and I do not believe it is possible for me to hate anything more than I hate this abhorrent, worthless, evil piece of shite. Easily the scene that made me the angriest was the one where the makers actually had the gall to have the victim go into a church to ask for forgiveness before she enacts her brutal revenge, and that made it clear to me that everyone involved in this abomination in any way needs to seek some penance.

3568 C (au) wrote: Gritty but predictable. Nonetheless, Ray Liota's best performance in years.

sophie m (gb) wrote: Very funny version of Twilight bit flat at times

Michael H (fr) wrote: Redemption for Sly, and another notch in the impressive resume for the supporting cast. Cop Land is a dark, gritty look and an underrated classic by James Mangold.