Crash and Burn
Unicom is a powerful organization overseeing most of the world after its economic collapse. They have banned computers and robots in an attempt to insure "life, liberty, and the pursuit of economic stability". When a Unicom Synth robot infiltrates a southwest TV station and kills the manager, a revolutionary against the gestapo-like corporation, a lowly Unicom delivery man must help the rest of th
- Stars:Paul Ganus, Megan Ward, Ralph Waite, Bill Moseley, Eva LaRue, Jack McGee, Elizabeth Maclellan, Katherine Armstrong, John Davis Chandler, Kristopher Logan,
- Director:Charles Band,
- Writer:J.S. Cardone
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Crash and Burn torrent reviews
(it) wrote: Starts slowly, and as you would expect it from the reviews, but it's very easy to get dragged into the lives of a couple of normal brothers and their interactions with the world. Surprisingly worth watching...
(gb) wrote: The anime series or manga series of Berserk is the masterpiece which is my all time favorites however,the movie did not make it a justice.The combination of 2D and 3D animation is very smooth but the direction is kinda weak and ugly CGS.The best thing they had done is the story even a few parts have been skipped,it's totally stick with the original.But Berserk is mainly for adult audience,dont play this in front of the kids due to nudity,violences,bloody and brutal sequences.Well,an anime like this are very few,to be frank.Too heavy fan-service these days.:(
(es) wrote: Finally got to see this! I love this show!
(mx) wrote: Some interesting ides and performances are in the mix, but "The Company You Keep" is overstuffed and often aimless.
(fr) wrote: It's a bit too straightforward but it was fun watching it I think.. :)
(de) wrote: Hugh Jackman and Robots.
(kr) wrote: O Brother Where Art Thou? is one of the earliest examples of the Coen Brothers' practicing of what I like to call "cinematic masturbation." Initially performed by Godard with Pierrot Le Fou, this is when a director over-stylizes the material and "masturbates" to their own form. However, for what it does do right: good humor and brilliant cinematography as usual, I enjoy it on a purely guilty level.
(jp) wrote: While the motorcycle jumping over the car might be one of the coolest Bond stunts ever, the second and last unnoficial Bond film is disappointing for Empire Strikes Back vet, Irvin Kershner.
(jp) wrote: What the hell is going on?
(ag) wrote: A strong contender for the worst film I've ever seen. Condescending, uninteresting trash.
(fr) wrote: A good chilling murderous thriller, but do you expect anything less with Vincent Price.
(de) wrote: Still the sexiest black woman on the screen!
(us) wrote: Classic slasher flick