Category 7: The End of the World
It's tornadoes, hurricanes, electrical storms, and mass destruction as the effects of global warming brew into a super storm that threatens to rend the earth with an unprecedented power. Beautiful scientist Faith Clavell, storm chaser Tommy Tornado, and Judith Carr, the head of FEMA, can stop the inevitable from happening-if they have the courage to venture into the roiling blackness of the storm itself.
- Stars:Cameron Daddo, Gina Gershon, Shannen Doherty, Randy Quaid, Robert Wagner, Adam Rodriguez, Sebastian Spence, Nicholas Lea, John Kapelos, Lindy Booth, James Brolin, Swoosie Kurtz, Tom Skerritt, Kenneth Welsh, Suki Kaiser,
- Country:USA, Germany, Canada
- Director:Dick Lowry,
- Writer:Christian Ford, Roger Soffer, Matt Dorff (characters), Christian Ford (teleplay), Roger Soffer (teleplay), James LaRosa (teleplay), Christian Ford (st
A deadly category 7 storm wreaks havoc on the world. Meanwhile, kidnappers threaten to make matters even worse. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Category 7: The End of the World torrent reviews
(fr) wrote: Crap. There's nothing goingon here. The story stops and starts and never finds a voice. The technical aspects are weak from wardrobe to lighting andbeyond. I was disappointed in thie effort.
(ag) wrote: Haha, I just watched this because of Alan Tudyk.
(br) wrote: Solidly intriguing and spectacular effects to match Constantine boasts great performances from Keanu Reeves and Tilda Swinton . Rachel Weiss's portrayal of the character bit flat at times but still shines when she needs to. Her and Reeves chemistry was act silly a lot of fun in the movie. I really enjoyed this films premise and its interesting look into the occult and spirituality and mixing all of the good and the bad of both. While this adaptation from the Hellblazer comic book isn't fully realized it still delivers a thoroughly entertaining and mildly thought provoking action adventure. Mostly I just truly loved Keanu's take on Constantine although many complain its too different from the comics I believe his portrayal was perfectly rude, brilliantly sarcastic, and very enjoyable to watch. The last battle in the pool is still one of my favorite scenes and it's just a beautifully looking film. It's also such a different superhero comic book move it's sort of an anti hero take and I really dig it.
(ag) wrote: Being Julia is a modest comedy about disillusions and glamorous revenge that rises on Annette Bening's brilliant portrayal of a middle aged diva.
(nl) wrote: Probably the most underrated movie of all time. Scorsese's haunting portrayal of a man going crazy, and hey, who can do that better than Nicolas Cage? Cage and Scorsese=perfection. In my opinion, one of Scorsese's best.
(es) wrote: It's a little known film that came and went and people haven't seen it; and that sucks because it's a dang good movie. It's a very real and honest movie about relationships (I'd like to say disfunctional relationships but that's sort of every relationship, ain't it?) The performances are as honest as the script and the film making and that's what the public sees. The director and writer may give us the foundation but the actors give us their hearts and that's where and when we fall in love with them Wouldn't YOU like to be in love with Salma Hayak or Russell Crowe?
(ru) wrote: Ok, I think I was kind of bored. But part of me was possibly trying to avoid being made sad. Oh hey, young Tommy Lee Jones!
(ru) wrote: Harold Lloyd's final silent feature offers a glimpse at New York City dating back to the 1920s. Lloyd plays an aimless young man who goes from job to job (some misfortune always strikes, causing his unemployment), while working towards the opportunity to marry his girlfriend. His girlfriend's granddad is the owner of the city's last horse-drawn trolley car, although recently there have been attempts to buy him out. The movie has a fairly standard plot for a silent film: the hero saving the girl and her family's farm/business from the evil banker, but Lloyd brings his own unique perspective to it. Highlights include a trip to Coney Island's "Luna Park" (closed now since 1944), a trolley car chase through old Manhattan, and of course the appearance of baseball legend Babe Ruth. A movie visit to Coney island wouldn't be this enchanting again until "The Little Fugitive". "The Witching Waves" were particularly interesting (how'd they get the floor to do that?), and I enjoyed Lloyd's interation with the stray dog that follows him about Luna Park. Cute and fun.
(br) wrote: A enjoyable adaptation of the T.V show that will leave fans of the series satisfied and wanting more.