Crack in the World

Crack in the World

Dr. Steven Sorenson plans to tap the geothermal energy of the Earth's interior by means of a thermonuclear device detonated deep within the Earth.This experiment causes a crack to form and grow within the earth's crust, which threatens to split the earth in two if it is not stopped in time.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:96 minutes
  • Release:1965
  • Language:English
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:explosion,   moon,   volcano,  

A dying scientist pushes forward his project to tap through to the Earth's magma layer, with results that threaten to destroy the Earth as we know it. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Alice T (au) wrote: No headache involved. This movie was brilliantly crafted. While it entertained immensely the audience I saw it with at Cinema village it addressed an issue that we have just barely begun to realize. The narcissism of our youth culture that pertains to social media in all it's forms.

Kimsun W (ca) wrote: The movie takes you through the journey of a mute hit-man. He lives an interesting life, at the same time, tries to settle down. I love the interaction between each character - funny and dramatic. Oh, and some good assassination-action too.

RA L (ca) wrote: BIG SCREEN. Una segunda mirada me revela que esta pelcula estaba mejor armada de lo que recordaba, pero nada sustituye el impacto al verla en pantalla grande de hace muchos aos. Su lienzo es amplio y su enfoque posmoderno y potico aade un lirismo poderoso a su historia base. Sin embargo, sigo pensando que le sobran cerca de 10 minutos. / A second look reveals to me that this movie was better crafted than I originally thought, but the impact when I saw it on a big screen many years ago cannot be replaced. Its canvas is wide and its postmodern and poetic approach adds a powerfully lyrical punch to its storyline. However, I still think that it is about 10 minutes overlong.

Joe R (ca) wrote: One of my favorite films and the reason I want to make movies like these

Dan B (ru) wrote: A movie that @GraceAlexis will hate that I wasted time watching. I can't help it. I love Ally Sheedy.

Charlie L (mx) wrote: Overly long, slow, and even harder to like when Montana is such an unlikeable lead.

Blais E (fr) wrote: Typically goofball and action-packed Japanese sci-fi spectacular clearly inspired by Jules Verne, presented by Godzilla's parents, the Toho Company, featuring Joseph Cotten as the leader of a peaceful, underwater civilization as well as the inventor and captain of an enormous, tricked-out super-submarine with wacky 60's gadgetry aplenty. Enter Cesar Romero (In a typically hammy performance-) as Cotten's arch-nemesis, hell-bent on destroying the sub and peace-nik Cotten with a plethora of bizarre weaponry, and enlisting the aid of giant rats, insidious bat-people, and a flying lion to carry out his bidding. Highly imaginative and vastly entertaining in Toho's usual cookie-cutter cartoonish fashion.

Jarryd R (ag) wrote: kool as i might wanna see lol of course i wanna see it

Kristina B (es) wrote: Simply the best, the first of the 'Carry On's to be filmed in colour. They do say 'The worst things happen at sea'. I just love that lil' old lady, especially when she's playing ping pong with Kenneth Williams. Some hilarious lines and one of my all time favourite films.

Josh R (nl) wrote: Excellent old school adventure, even if the subplot involving the jewel is somewhat unclear.

Joe U (mx) wrote: Best baseball movie of all time maybe the best sports movie of all time

Alec B (kr) wrote: This was one of the worst parodies I have ever seen. It wasn't funny, it was cheap and it made no sense!

Will L (de) wrote: Featuring some of the best dialogue Tarantino has ever written (which is saying something), and one of the greatest casts ever assembled, 'True Romance' is a one-of-a-kind success that delivers the thrills, laughs, and a surprising degree of sentimentality. Also, the late Tony Scott deserves a pat on the back for being one of the few people who can direct a Tarantino script, besides himself.