After the destruction of the Twelve Colonies of Mankind, the last major fighter carrier leads a makeshift fugitive fleet in a desperate search for the legendary planet Earth. This film is adapted from a television series that aired on ABC from September 17, 1978, to August 17, 1980. The first and fifth episodes of the series were edited into this theatrical feature film. Taken together, the two episodes ran 148 minutes, without commercials, while the film runs 125 minutes.
- Category:Sci-Fi, Action, Adventure
- Stars:Richard Hatch, Dirk Benedict, Lorne Greene, Herbert Jefferson Jr., Maren Jensen, Tony Swartz, Noah Hathaway, Terry Carter, Lew Ayres, Wilfrid Hyde-White, John Colicos, Laurette Spang, John Fink, Jane Seymour, Ray Milland,
- Director:Richard A. Colla, Alan J. Levi, Richard A. Colla, Alan J. Levi ,
- Writer:Glen A. Larson
In the seventh millennium, A.D., Galactica is the only surviving battleship after an attack by the evil Cylons. Now, the last major fighter carrier leads a makeshift fugitive fleet in a desperate search for the legendary planet Earth. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Battlestar Galactica torrent reviews
(us) wrote: Wow to Bipasha's acting .. I didn't expect her to be that good .. Priyanshu is the perfect husband .. and John Abraham, his usual wicked playboy self, keeping Bipasha on tenterhooks .. The suspense in this movies is killer ..
(us) wrote: Sunil Shetty`s career best performance.
(ca) wrote: le roi n'est pas un sujet
(au) wrote: Gabriel Byrne is a god. He is Captain Jean Luc Picard as a pirate. Poor man, I believe he must have been great once, before he fell into reduced circumstances. They must have had a pool table in his town. Never re-buckled his knickerbockers. Oh well, he's a classy A+ villain in the customary dastardly black ensemble. Aye aye.
(it) wrote: Didn't even watch it through. Had enough when I watched it about 30 mins.
(kr) wrote: I've watched Milk, so I was familiar with the story. It was fascinating to see actual footage of him and what happened. This documentary also captures the following murder trial of White, which is just as infuriating to me now as it was to people back then. A great companion to Milk.
(kr) wrote: A good plot centered around both well-structured action sequences and an interesting emotional core. The basic premise is that a powerful warlord is dying at exactly the point his people need him. His death means the end of his clan. So in order to keep his enemies at bay through fear the warlord finds a double, a common criminal, who will take his place after death and continue until his heir is secure. It's a great setup, giving us a truly interesting arc of character growth while also allowing him to be at the center of the high political events that normally take a lifetime to learn. And it's quite a ride.Even at the end of his career Kurosawa knew how to find a way to challenge his characters' souls in unique and memorable ways. What he lost was any sense of optimism or hope for the future. His films were always set in an unfeeling world, yet the leads struggled to overcome this and, succeed or fail, their struggle was worthwhile. And that's why these later films are so hard to watch. You know it's going to end badly pretty much from the getgo, it's just a question of how and when. The characters may try to improve matters, but they never do so with any hope of success. What elevates this above the self-flagellation of Ran (King Lear with less joy) is that the character arc is so strong and unique and the film only settles into being hopelessly tragic at the very end. That makes this the dark gem of his later career. A good film that tells a compelling story with skill.
(gb) wrote: This is basically Orson Welles if you had invited him over for dinner. After watching this twice, I'm still amazed at how Welles is a 1) a master storyteller 2) a master magician and 3) an accomplished liar. The movie, albeit about forgers and frauds, is all Welles.
(mx) wrote: I feel sorry for the killer! It's not fair! Evans is a cool character.Good film, interesting story.
(au) wrote: Too many twists spoil the movie. This remodernization attempt of "1984" starts intriguing and ends ridiculously, mostly for it's inconsistence and some really ludicrous scenes. Like... a puppy.... really?
(ca) wrote: Although some important details of Stieg Larsson's novel has got lost in this Hollywood adaptation, David Fincher suceeds in delivering a visually compelling, fast paced thriller that rises on the stunning performance from Rooney Mara as Lisbeth Salander.