Dr. James Mydell is involved in an unfortunate incident of assisted reproduction. For one has to deal with extracting semen of a Bronze Age men recently found in a glacier. On the other, he have to help a couple of friends, the Cordell, solve their fertility problems. But carelessness causes an unexpected samples were confused and finally Elaine Cordell is inseminated with semen of prehistoric man.
- Stars:Ken Olin, Taylor Nichols, Heidi Swedberg, Jacob Smith, Susan Gibney, Jerry Wasserman, Christopher Gaze, Matthew Nielsen, Wendy Van Riesen, Robert Moloney, Kirsten Alter, Kevin McNulty, Simon Longmore, Laura Drummond, Deryl Hayes,
- Director:Jeffrey Reiner,
- Writer:Martin Booth (novel), Walter Klenhard (teleplay)
Fertility expert Dr. James Mydell accidentally impregnates Elaine Cordell with the sperm of a 3,000 year old Bronze Age caveman. Elaine gives birth to son Adam, a special boy who can talk ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Evolution's Child torrent reviews
(es) wrote: Michelle Williams, always perfect, play Margot to wonderfully. Sarah Silverman and Seth Rogen are the real surprises.
(mx) wrote: Me and my family are all excited for this movie to come out!
(gb) wrote: This certainly isn't anything special, but it did keep me interested enough to make it all the way to the end. It's not as funny as it thinks it is, but there are a few good laughs in it. Kim Cattrall gives a decent performance, but she isn't as dolled up as she normally is. Not a must see.
(us) wrote: this movie was fucking amazing , fuck all you faggots who think otherwise , MERICA!!!!
(ag) wrote: Bad scripting, bad acting, terrible directing.
(au) wrote: This is the most hilariously overrated film I?ve seen in recent memory. It made me laugh harder than Superbad. And the piles of lavishing praise shown in these reviews take me to an extremely cynical place with the epiphany that Art is truly a minor part of peoples? lives. Even professional film critics (paired with the ?user comments? of gullible civilians like/unlike yours truly) reserve a small window for the seeming ?fine? arts, and whatever cow patty splats at their feet conveniently gets awarded the quota. To be ironic and yet truthful, I highly recommend this film for some of the funniest moments in cinematic history. You will be cheering for Andy?s little nature puzzles to collapse by the first quarter-hour, and when they do, it?s devilish fun.
(br) wrote: This got bad reviews?? This is the epitome of camp classics. Probably the most entertaining of all the 1970s disaster flicks. Pure fun!
(us) wrote: Fields and West's only pairing, with a western-themed story that seems to wander at times, but should be appreciated for their on-screen moments. The gags and jokes are tight. Fields' scene as the bartender is one of the funniest scenes in any film from the 40's.
(mx) wrote: Holy FRAK, this movie felt so long. The dialogue was weird, but I've heard worse. The cinematography was bad, but it wasn't "Alex Cross" bad. No, this movie is an an excruciating 2 hours & 15 minutes. And, boy howdy, you felt every second of it. Overall, it was workable but I will never sit through it again.
(mx) wrote: Beautiful movie, lots of action and the music is very well done.