Battlefield Earth

Battlefield Earth

In the year 3000, man is no match for the Psychlos, a greedy, manipulative race of aliens on a quest for ultimate profit. Led by the powerful Terl, the Psychlos are stripping Earth clean of its natural resources, using the broken remnants of humanity as slaves. What is left of the human race has descended into a near primitive state. After being captured, it is up to Tyler to save mankind.

In the year 3000, there are no countries, no cities... Earth is a wasteland. And man is an endangered species. After enslavement and near extermination by an alien race, humanity begins to fight back. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Battlefield Earth torrent reviews

Brad S (nl) wrote: Interesting questions and conversations, but also a bit abstract and too cerebral, at least for me. Lacks the emotional engagement and purpose of a better documentary like Before the Flood.

Andrew G (nl) wrote: The performances by Michael Sheen and Dennis Quaid are simply outstanding. Both actors perfectly inhabit the public personnas of Tony Blair and Bill Clinton. The film is titled the Special Relationship, but at times my problem with the film was that the film didn't focus on the actual relationship between the 2 leaders, but rather their individual lives: the sort of things that should have been put in seperate Biopics. It's also a little too short for my liking.

ReN A (jp) wrote: The dance sequences are without a doubt memorable but laughable dialogue,passable performances,a weak plot and lack of emotional depth puts this film in the "just shut up and dance already" category.

Cyrille P (ag) wrote: Une enqute intressante sur les dessous du rap US et les meurtres irrsolus de Notorious Big et Tupac. Au travers de la guerre des gangs Los Angeles, des rivalits entre labels, du rle ambigu de Suge Knight boss de Death Row Records, on comprend comment est ne la rivalit Eastside-Westside. Entre le FBI qui surveillait la scne rap l'poque et les flics vreux de LA, il y a de quoi devenir parano et crier la conspiration. Le reportage sous-entend mme que Snoop Dogg serait une balance des flics ou du FBI et qu' ce titre il ne serait jamais inquit pour ses diffrentes frasques (dope)... Si rien que la moiti de tout ca est vrai, c'est dj du lourd! One love!

Well A (fr) wrote: Sem palavras... Simplesmente uma experincia cinematogrfica nica. Sem igual. Um filme inteligente em sua concepo por no tentar fazer o espectador se perder em um roteiro complicado demais. A ideia aqui impressionar visualmente; portanto, nada mais certo do que dar prioridade imagem entregando uma histria que simples, mas muitssimo bem-contada por sinal!

Casey S (es) wrote: a lot deeper than i thought it was gonna be

Phil H (nl) wrote: More B-movie fluff for Tim Thomerson to revel in, this time he's behind enemy lines in WWII but his squad gets wiped out, on top of that he must content with an alien that has crashed its ship in the area.Excellent film title which really gives you high hopes for a rockin flick and to a degree you do get a pretty decent action film with lots of gun action and Nazi blasting. The first half of the film isn't too bad and along the lines of the 'Dirty Dozen' minus the better acting skills and top cast of course. As the alien comes into the plot the film still manages to hold its own but towards the end of the story we meet more aliens which look suspiciously like humans with white hair in rather campy outfits.This is where things start to get a bit Flash Gordon looking with crappy ray guns, bad outfits and a dodgy looking spacecraft. Shame really as the first crashed spaceship looked quite good and the stranded alien actually had a decent mask plus a look not far too from something you might see in the Mos Eisley space cantina in 'Star Wars' (the aliens we meet towards the end are male and different from the stranded alien which is female).Very basic but fairly fun and amusing how no one ever seems to be that shocked to find visitors from outer space.

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Ryan D (mx) wrote: Wicked, twisted and fucking great

Thomas B (de) wrote: **For whatever reason, this sci-fi fantasy from Guillermo del Toro just didn't do it for me. I never found myself invested in the story, the characters are mostly dull, and the script had too many plot conveniences for my liking. Ron Perlman's awesome though, and the film is captured very nicely by Del Toro, with good action scenes.

Min K (br) wrote: An amazing achievement in film. Wellman's vision makes for a captivating and immersive interaction with The Great War. While there are certainly some dated moments, most of the film remains engaging and emotionally resonant today. The aerial stunts, battle scenes and visual sequences are truly beautiful. The actors do a great job in their parts (how can you not love Clara Bow?), but the true stars here are the unmatched footage that still makes you wonder "How'd they do that?"