On Anzac Day 2006 the Beaconsfield mine collapsed, trapping Russell, Webb and fellow miner Larry Knight one kilometre underground. When it was revealed that two of the men were alive, Australia prayed and the world waited in hope that the miners would make it out alive. But the rescue was far more complex than anyone ever imagined. Beaconsfield recounts this riveting story of mental and physical fortitude and two very different men who were trapped together for 14 days under rubble in a cramped, pitch-black metal basket no bigger than a dog kennel.

The true story of Brant Webb and Todd Russell, who were trapped nearly a kilometer below the surface. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Beaconsfield torrent reviews

John P (nl) wrote: A very exciting movie.

Wade W (au) wrote: Food Inc. is one of the best and most important documentaries ever made. It's poignant, accurate and informative and includes real people, touching on real issues within the food industry. It's simply a must-see for everyone of all ages. One of my favorite lines from the film is, "Whenever you check out at the grocery store, you're casting your vote".

Cha t (mx) wrote: Not too bad, starts wellbut eventually it slows at parts and eventually dissapoints.

Jayaseti P (mx) wrote: In the beginning, all the Lord's people from all parts of the world spoke one language. Nothing they propose was impossible for them. Fearing what the spirit of man could accomplish, the Lord said; "Let us go down and confuse their language so that they may not understand one another speech." If you want to be understood... listen. Why Elohims why? Envy much? Insecure? #GodComplex

Baxter D (fr) wrote: im sure this movie is really good but i just can't do it

Queen B (kr) wrote: Hmmm confusing in a brilliant way

Addison P (ca) wrote: Was a very fun movie, good cast. Had a very uplifting message.

monsieur r (fr) wrote: A truely lame and pathetic exuse for a spy film. This one doesn't take a ten dollar brain to see it is pure crap. Those looking for something even close to James Bond will cringe at this one. Not real bad until about half way through, as the veteran Ed Begley is made to appear like Patton saving those crazy Russian people from their captors. One of the five agent Harry Palmer movies made by Caine. Billion Dollar Brain is the third of the Harry Palmer film series. What a real waste of talent, Karl Malden tries to give this one some depth, but to no avail. Secret agent Harry Palmer is blackmailed into working for MI5 again on his wildest - and most dangerous - assignment yet. An insane oil billionaire,(Ed Begley) intent on destroying Communism by starting a new world war, is close to achieving his goal with the help of the world's largest, and most powerful, computer. Harry is the only man who may be able to stop him; but as he races from London to Finland to Latvia to Texas and back, he must determine who of his supposed allies (a sexy Russian agent, a Soviet colonel and an American mercenary) is the one he can actually trust. I truely wonder how the great Michael Caine was if he would accept such a lame and stupid plot as this one. Note: Scenes involving "The Brain" were filmed in Honeywell facilities and featured the Honeywell 200 mini-computer. * Caine was the anti-hero protagonist of the film versions of The IPCRESS File (1965) and Funeral in Berlin (1966). ** Donald Sutherland has a very small appearance as the computer technician who asks Karl Malden "What's going on?" Cast Michael Caine * (ex-British agent called back into service) Karl Malden (an old acquaintence of Caine's; veteran actor) Ed Begley (heads his organization; veteran actor) Oskar Homolka Donald Sutherland ** Crew Composer: Richard Rodney Bennett Executive Producer: Andre De Toth Production Designer: Syd Cain Art Director: Bert Davey Screenplay: John McGrath Editor: Alan Osbiston Director: Ken Russell Producer: Harry Saltzman Costume Designer: Shirley Russell Cinematographer: Billy Williams

Sylvester K (gb) wrote: Shot as a mondo film, Cannibal Holocaust remains as one of the most disturbing movies ever made and has inspired the found footage genre. The plot concerns a group of film-makers gone missing in the Amazon and the footage found that documented the last days of their lives when they encountered primitive tribes.The main selling point was the iconic "human stake" scene that was so real that people thought it was a snuff film in Italy. Other than that, most of the violence were done to the animals. The make up and special effects were so incredible even by today's standard but the gore was pretty fake sadly. It's not a film that you would want to watch again.

Connor M (es) wrote: Bad movie. They copycated Night of the Museum's monkey and put clothes on it, made it female, and made it speak.