Earthquake is a 1974 American disaster film that achieved huge box-office success, continuing the disaster film genre of the 1970s where recognizable all-star casts attempt to survive life or death situations. The plot concerns the struggle for survival after a catastrophic earthquake destroys most of the city of Los Angeles, California.
- Stars:Charlton Heston, Ava Gardner, George Kennedy, Lorne Greene, Geneviève Bujold, Richard Roundtree, Marjoe Gortner, Barry Sullivan, Lloyd Nolan, Victoria Principal, Walter Matthau, Monica Lewis, Gabriel Dell, Pedro Armendáriz Jr., Lloyd Gough,
- Director:Mark Robson,
- Writer:George Fox, Mario Puzo
Various stories of various people as an earthquake of un-imagineable magnitude hits Los Angeles. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Earthquake torrent reviews
(us) wrote: Bryan Cranston was great. The movie was exciting, but a little long. I found myself routing for the bad guys again. Good story. Made me wonder how much of that story was true.
(es) wrote: Day: ThursdayDate: 31 Jul 2014Time: 10.30 pmWith: NooneOn: HDTV
(it) wrote: Draws out plenty of interesting themes that go unexplored, favoring instead the survival storyline.
(es) wrote: This movie is so empty, cold and emotionless. No fear, no anxiety, no thrill, no peace. The plot is ploddingly slow. With no action to carry the story, minutae become inane: a request for pizza, a nose that's too shiny, and a near-annoying obsession with hygiene. The fashion show is a joke and the complete lack of dialogue is nearly laughable. No scoring, negligable ambiant sound, the stark nature of the film gives it no added gravity. The most interesting scene is her recitation of facts about the false identity she's assuming.
(fr) wrote: This is up there with the shittest films I've ever seen, complete dog spunk and the ending is a complete rip off of the classic french horror flick switchblade romance. I would rather have the horrors on shrooms for a week than watch this piece of shit film again.
(gb) wrote: wonder wat it's about
(br) wrote: As a VeggieTales fan, this feels very good to put in the theaters and home video.ANIMATIONThe animation is far from amazing. It's just as fluid as fluid can be. Oh, and it feels like amazing CGI combined with stuff made in Blender.VOICESThe voices are very well done! I love how Archibald (as Jonah), being British, sounds like how he should in the main series itself.MUSICBig Idea actually came up with very good music for this classic! Being more than 10 years old, hearing this film's soundtrack will be considered great!ANYTHING ELSE?...no. It's so amazing that I can't say anything else.OVERALL CAMF-O-METER SCOREThe CAMF-O-Meter tells us that Jonah is considered in the Perfect range! Wow! I can't believe it!We're out of time for today, readers! Remember, God made you special, and he loves you very much! Bye! (You can go back to your free time.)
(jp) wrote: An animated film with Woody Allen wit and a powerful message.
(us) wrote: Still holds up after 31 years. So this is about a high school student named Marty McFly (Michael J. Fox). When his close friend and scientist Doc Brown (Christopher Lloyd) puts together a DeLorean that can travel through time, Marty is accidentally shot back to the 1950's and may have disrupted a very important event in history: the introduction of his parents to each other. What can I say about the great Back to the Future that hasn't already been said before? It's one of those classics from the 80's that is likely shrouded in nostalgia for most of us 20 or 30 somethings out there. But unlike a lot of childhood movies that we look back upon with rose-colored glasses and remember as being better than they actually are, Back to the Future still holds up, and there's lots to appreciate about it in this modern day. My wife and I recently caught up on the brilliant animated series Rick and Morty, a show that was obviously inspired by this story about a boy and his mad scientist. There are even subtle jokes that are easy to miss unless you've recently watched Back to the Future, such as one about bird watching, but I digress. This is a fast moving movie that is skillfully thought out and masterfully layered, and every scene has a purpose behind it and flows smoothly into the next one. Michael J. Fox manages to play this character perfectly with charisma, and he hits that sweet middle spot where he is cool enough that kids want to be him, but respectable enough where adults like him as well. The stakes are high as Marty slowly starts to fade out of existence, and because there is time travel involved, problems are solved in unconventional and interesting ways. And it is such a unique dilemma Marty is placed in, trying to get his own, younger mother not to fall in love with him and to divert attention back onto his timid father. There are some serious topics that are made light of, like incest and sexual assault, but a special ability that the movie posses is that it makes it easy to blur your eyes and ignore, because it is always moving that fast. It is laugh out loud funny, and the chemistry between Doc and Marty is alive whenever they are onscreen together. The setup to this is perfect, and you don't realize how much framework it built in the 80's until you get to the 50's. It is over the top, but in the best way possible, and I will always walk away from this with a smile on my face.
(us) wrote: Robert Townsend vehicle (co-written with Keenan Ivory Wayans) has fast food employee and aspiring actor struggling for a breakout part in Hollywood. Does have its share of laughs poking fun at black stereotypes in Hollywood, particularly with all-white production crew. Diverts itself into smaller skits within the film too often but art mirrors reality here as this effectively vaulted Townsend's career in the process.
(kr) wrote: I, Robot is sloppy at times, but it's nevertheless a fun ride.
(mx) wrote: Allison Scott (Katherine Heigl) is an up-and-coming entertainment journalist whose 24-year-old life is on the fast track. But it gets seriously derailed when a drunken one-night-stand with slacker Ben Stone (Seth Rogen) results in an unexpected pregnancy. Faced with the prospect of going it alone or getting to know the baby's father, Allison decides to give the lovable layabout a chance.An overgrown kid with no desire to settle down, Ben learns he has a big decision to make with his kid's mother-to-be: will he run or stay? Courting a woman you've just Knocked Up, however, proves to be difficult when the two try their hands at dating...and more.As they discover more about one another, it becomes painfully obvious that they're not the soul mates they'd hoped they might be. With Allison's sister Debbie (Leslie Mann) and hen-picked brother-in-law Pete (Paul Rudd) the only parenting role models the young lovers have, things get even more confusing. Should they raise the baby together?What makes a happy lifetime partnership after all? A couple of drinks and one wild night later, they've got nine confusing months to figure it out...also stars Jay Baruchel, Jonah Hill, Jason Segel, Martin Starr and Alan Tudyk.directed by Judd Apatow.