A store clerk and an ice cream truck driver are thrown together when a dying scientist entrusts them with a deadly chemical kept in ice. This chemical will kill every living thing once it melts. They have to take the chemical codenamed 'Elvis' to the next nearest military base while being chased by terrorists who want it to hold the country for ransom.
- Stars:Cuba Gooding Jr., Skeet Ulrich, Peter Firth, David Paymer, Hudson Leick, Daniel Hugh Kelly, Kevin J. O'Connor, Judson Mills, Jordan Mott, Darcas Macopson, Jim Grimshaw, Richard Todd Aguayo, K. Addison Young, James Van Harper, Tommy Smeltzer,
- Director:Hugh Johnson,
- Writer:Drew Gitlin, Mike Cheda
A new biological chemical weapon that explodes up to temperatures over fifty degrees Fahrenheit, falls into the hands of two men who try to make sure that it doesn't get stolen by a terrorist. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Chill Factor torrent reviews
(kr) wrote: WHAT I LIKED: Going back and seeing the birth of these characters might sound like it's scraping the barrell, but they make 'X-Men: First Class' entirely viable by delving even further into the philosophies and reasoning of Erik and Charles. This development is aided further by a story that also studies the themes of before in more detail, and as a result of all these things you've got yourself a prequel that truly adds something to the experience when watching the original trilogy. In it's own right, it's also by far the most stylish X-Men film to date thanks to a great retro feel and an appropraite score from Henry Jackman.WHAT I DIDN'T LIKE: The script is so desperate to establish and explain everything that it rather forgets to tell an emotionally engaging story. This tick-box accuracy means we get well-established characters and themes, but it also means we get very little time with each scene - and thus less engagement than we might expect.VERDICT: First Class delivers a lot, but I'd rather it delivered less with more emotion.
(ag) wrote: Yuck! Boring and awkward.
(gb) wrote: One of my favourite movies ever.....really dark humour, directed by Steve Buscemi eh? makes sense.......Jim realises that actions speak louder than words!
(ca) wrote: Scarier Than Exorcist Dominion Which Is The Same Movie Done Differently...
(ag) wrote: neden sinema? gibi sorular vardi. ama sinematograf enteresan bisi ben de gidip inceleyebilmek isterdim. bizim yasimizdaki insanlara ama zellikle bana elektrige baglanmadan calisan karmasik seyler cok cekici geliyor. by gibi. gercekten cok gzel cok kisa filmler var. elektronik fln okusaydim ya da mekanikten fln anlasaydim ben de kendim kamera yapmak isterdim en cok istedigim sey olurdu. hatta herseyimi kendim mekanik monotronik yapmak kullanmak isterdim. elektrik ve teknolojik dsmaniyim. elektrige bagli yasamaktan hoslanmiyorum.
(br) wrote: It really runs out of steam in the middle which is a shame as it was pretty good up till then.
(de) wrote: Some dead spots but Jeff Bridges was very good.
(de) wrote: terrible movie with unfunny characters, ridiculous plot, stupid dialoge, and its a unnecessary sequel.
(mx) wrote: The English King Kong, not so good, but better then Peter Jackson's.
(nl) wrote: skip this and see the original 1942 version
(it) wrote: Two of the finest dancers!
(ag) wrote: This is my favourite action movie ever put on screen, from the first fight scene, to the chilled monkey brains, to the last four action scenes this movie is phenomenal.
(jp) wrote: Except the last 15mins, the overall feeling is good as a war movie with a visible plot. But last 15mins is too Rambo....... to deduct a start for it.