City 40

City 40

Behind the walls of a forbidden city, the only thing more dangerous than its secrets is the truth.

Deep in Russia| there is an invisible city that houses thousands of men| women and children who live and work behind double barbed-wire fences monitored by armed
guards. They are told that they are the creators of the nuclear shield and saviors of the world. They are told that everyone is an enemy. In this hidden world| a
mother risks her life to take us inside Russia's largest nuclear city. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


City 40 torrent reviews

Dan A (nl) wrote: There was an epic scale to X-Men: First Class and an intelligence the movie had, as well as character development (something that has been somewhat ignored in X-Men movies) that really puts it up there as the best movie this year in my opinion. It is easily the best X-Men film and since they're disregarding the shitstorms of X-Men 3 and X-Men Origins: Wolverine, they have a lot of room to work while remaining connected to the first two movies if they want to. Characters change through the course of this movie and time is taken to establish them with the viewer enough so that you understand why. James McAvoy does a very good job as a maturing Charles Xavier but I feel Michael Fassbender as a young Magneto steals the show with one of the more complex characters Marvel has ever had being done masterfully.At the very least, if you are a fan at all of comic or Marvel films, you should watch this. It is a fresh take on X-Men in a way that has not been done before.

Memory L (mx) wrote: THIS IS MY ALL TIME FAV. MOVIE the song she plays at the end is the best song ever>>>i'm just an old chunk of coal, but i'm goin be a diamond some day! that's me yepppers me alright !!!!

Lukas B (br) wrote: Balancing horror, romance and comedy so briskly it seems perfect, Shaun of the Dead is a spotlight film in the horror-parody genre.

Andr D (es) wrote: Esta cinta recupera esos relatos humanos que caracterizaban el cine de los 70 ("Five Easy Pieces", "Faces"). Philip Seymour Hoffman nos brinda una actuacion perfecta como un hombre que ante el suicidio de su esposa comienza a desbaratarse. Uno de los mejores finales en la historia del cine.

Alan R (au) wrote: My kind of office work. :-)

Paul D (nl) wrote: Americans and Brits come together for some high society play which is a bit contrived but at least the cast is good.

Mark A (gb) wrote: A moderately interesting look at a romantic triangle that never quite took off for this viewer, nor for the characters in this brooding film. Stephane (Daniel Auteuil) and Maxime (Andre Dussollier) are partners in a violin shop, whose clientele includes some gifted classical musicians. Maxime becomes involved with Camille (Emmanuelle Beart), one of their clients. The beautiful Camille becomes infatuated with Stephane and this then forms the central conflict of the film. Ms Beart is radiantly beautiful and displays a certain immaturity that becomes believable, given the isolating nature of her profession. However, as a romantic drama, this seemed as cold and lifeless as Stephane's reaction to Camille's declaration of love. This viewer found the drama too subtle and the reactions too melancholic for his taste and never really connected with the story, or the characters. A disappointing film given the star-power of the cast.

Michael W (ru) wrote: Ivan Reitman produced effort with bounty hunter rescuing three maidens on a desolate planet. Film was on course until Molly Ringwald's whiny character is introduced--a fatal flaw. Part of the 3-D wave of the early 80s; some of the sets and designs still hold up rather well.

David D (kr) wrote: 5 Stars and Entertaining.

David L (ru) wrote: I like crude humour and I like horror films, which makes this the perfect genre mash up. Spoofing a whole host of teen slashers that I grew up on, I can pretty much relate to every line of dialogue that is spoken here. To some that is sad, but to me, that is entertainment. If you haven't seen 'Scream', or 'I Know What You Did LastSummer' then it's not the end of the world as the wit is still rib tickling in its own right, but the references to those films do play a big part and for those familiar with the 90's cult classics, you'll see how clever their stories have been interwoven into this script. The fact that I haven't tired of watching this movie must suggest that I haven't grown up as a person but that's cool with me, as I always wanted to be like Peter Pan. Having witnessed the numerous sequels this has spawned, it's safe to say that this one has yet to be bettered but perhaps that is just a reflection of a poorer range of horrors being developed since 20 years ago. Not one for all tastes I'll admit, but thus just holds too much history with me to do anything but love it.