Beyond the Time Barrier
A pilot testing an experimental new rocket powered craft manages to fly into the future and land at the now deserted airbase he left. He ends up in a city with people who are suspicious he is a spy and who want to keep him to procreate with the rulers daughter because the majority of the inhabitants are sterile. He manages to escape and return to his own time but ages dramatically.
- Stars:Robert Clarke, Arianne Ulmer, Vladimir Sokoloff, Stephen Bekassy, John Van Dreelen, Boyd 'Red' Morgan, Ken Knox, Don Flournoy, Tom Ravick, Neil Fletcher, Jack Herman, William Shephard, James 'Ike' Altgens, John Loughney, Russ Marker,
- Director:Edgar G. Ulmer,
- Writer:Arthur C. Pierce (original story and screenplay)
In 1960, a military test pilot is caught in a time warp that propels him to year 2024 where he finds a plague has sterilized the world's population. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Beyond the Time Barrier torrent reviews
(br) wrote: Un documental impactante. Grabado con varias c?maras, como una pel?cula dentro de una pel?cula dentro de la pel?cula. Preguntas acertadas, directas y comprometedoras. una lucha sin fin entre Mr Stone que intentaba llevarle a su terreno y el Comandante que respondia lo que le daba la gana. Quitandose toda responsabilidad acerca de Bahia Cochinos. Arrodillandose ante el Che. Afirmando que el no es un Dictador y dejando claro que es un esclavo del pueblo. Era como afirmar que el estaba en el poder porque las fuerzas de la naturaleza as lo dictaban. Creyendo innecesarias las elecciones generales... creyendo innerente la creemncia del ser humano en Dios, aunque l no crea en Dios. Y afirmando durante tomo el documental que los imperialistas iban a por l. Una de sus afirmaciones me llam la atencin , dijo que los americanos siempre que quieren alertar al pueblo afirman que tal o cual persona o nacin "atentan contra la seguridad de los EEUU". si, realmente me llam la atencin ver la de veces que distintos presidentes norteamericanos afirmaron esa frase para alertar a su poblacin.
(us) wrote: Great, great movie. But beware, the day after I watched this movie was the day I had my first joint.
(us) wrote: reminds me of that time in my life.
(us) wrote: Adam Beach did a good job in a good movie, Flags of our Fathers, but Windtalkers was a waist of time. But what can you expect because it was directed by John Woo, the director of Mission Impossable! So you get what you expect, there is no thought in it, just the killing of mindless Japanese soldiers, huge explosions and bad acting. The Japanese soldiers just run around to be shot up by the American heros, but at the same time they tried to make it anti war. But all they did was make war look easy, fun, and exciting. The scene were Adam Beach dresses up as a Japanese soldiers to use the radio! Is this a joke this isn't the 1960s where all movie had it this is the 21st century! And it features the most obvious stock footage ever when the American fleet open fire! This movie was so bad I don't even know how the describe it. Just hipfiring Thompsons, infinite ammo and killing countless Japanese. The whole point of the movie, the Navajo code talkers is barley mentioned, its all just Nicolas Cage being a fantasy hero. Watch Flags of our Fathers.
(mx) wrote: better animation, more linear plot, but still annoyingly angsty.
(au) wrote: girls you gotta see this movie ! guys naked chicks!
(us) wrote: guns guns and highlander with guns
(ag) wrote: Perhaps the only true "perfect" Batman film. Bruce Timm continues his work on capturing the dark and complex nature of the character with an engaging mystery.
(gb) wrote: A compelling and well construction about life of Siddhartha.
(fr) wrote: Splitting Heirs is the story of Tommy Patel, a British man who learns he was adopted by a Pakistan family at birth. It also tells of Henry, a man from America who learns, after his father's death, he is the next heir to the throne. Unfortunately for him, Tommy learns that he is the rightful heir and will stop at nothing to reclaim what should be his.The movie is good for a few laughs and the actors all do a good job throughout. Barbara Hershey plays the loving (and sex crazed) mother of Henry, Catherine Zeta-Jones is the bombshell bride to Henry, Rick Moranis stars as Henry (who is nice to everyone even after he learns of his new title), and Eric Idle as Tommy, who just wants what is rightfully his. John Cleese also makes an appearance as the money grubbing lawyer for Tommy, who will also stop at nothing to get rid of Henry.
(us) wrote: Yet another in the seemingly endless list of J. Lee Thompson-directed Bronson vehicles. This film has many of the trademarks of the Bronson/Thompson films (mainly, Bronson playing a character so tough he can eat nails, melt them down in the mighty forge of his bowels, then reshape them into a length of steel pipe, crap it out and beat a baddie to death with it) but also manages to inject some much-needed variations into the formula. Bronson's character in the film is an investigative journalist seeking insight into a series of brutal killings in a Mormon fundamentalist community in Colorado. That alone makes the story a bit different - for once, Bronson isn't a cop or a P.I., and for most of the film we're in a sort of rural mountain environment as opposed to the usual gritty cityscape. J. Lee Thompson showed me something here, featuring a number of truly stunning vistas of the Colorado landscape (assuming that's where it was shot, but it does look like what I've seen personally of that area) and a car/truck chase that was inventively staged and had a lot of impact. I think the inspiration for this film may have been the Lafferty killings (a controversial set of murders committed by Mormon fundamentalists in the early 80s - the inspiration for the excellent book "Under the Banner of Heaven" by Jon Krakauer). If that's the case, it could explain some of the treatment of the film's Mormons as somewhat cultish - closed to outsiders and prone to various arcane religious practices. The whole thing devolves (evolves?) into a series of bloody fights about... water use rights, which is something you don't see everyday in a Bronson vehicle. It's not all religion and riparian rights, though - there's a bit where Bronson beats up a baddie, and then causes him to confess all his crimes just on the mere threat of the beating continuing. The guy spills his guts in front of a crowded ballroom rather than take one more punch from Bronson's grizzled meathooks. Bottom line - better than the average J. Lee-directed Bronson flick. Not a classic, but I think the average watcher could get something out of it.
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(jp) wrote: probably the worst Corman movie ive seen so far. cheesy-not on any enjoyable level- and boring, this alien rip-off is only interesting when the "mutant" is doing its job, which isnt as often as it should be. surprisingly, the performances of Fox Harris and Raymond Oliver are pretty solid for a script littered with nonsensical phrases.
(ag) wrote: What would you do for the one that you love? How about tell them you love them. This is a (Academy Award Winning) simple tale of treachery, love, sacrifice, and devotion. Beautifully filmed and an excellent score (if you like Japanese music).This is a subtitled film, but there is not a great deal of dialog in it, so don't worry about reading a movie -- and the letters are LARGE.I recommend it if you get a chance to see it.
(de) wrote: the last of the 'good' tarzans plus I've seee Spanish movie poster Tarzan Escapo! which I thought was way cooler than US version.
(us) wrote: The comedy works better than the whore in this fairly average hybrid. Megan fox gets top billing but Amanda Seyfried blows chalk dust in her face in terms of performance. A big detraction though from the sometimes funny script is the way they try to invent your own high school slang, with terms like "freaktard" and "giving me a wettie" clumsying up the dialogue. Favorite bit is the reasoning behind the band's decision to turn to the occult for career assistance.
(us) wrote: Was really expecting something great but I was just bored the entire time. The documentary just never went anywhere.