Ghosts of the Abyss
Academy Award® winning director and master storyteller James Cameron journeys back to the site of his greatest inspiration, the legendary wreck of the Titanic. With a team of the world's foremost historic and marine experts and friend Bill Paxton, he embarks on an unscripted adventure back to the final grave where nearly 1,500 souls lost their lives almost a century ago.
- Stars:Bill Paxton, John Broadwater, Lori Johnston, Charles Pellegrino, Don Lynch, Ken Marschall, James Cameron, Mike Cameron, Jeffrey N. Ledda, Corey Jaskolski, Jason Paul, Eric Schmitz, Genya Chernaiev, Victor Nischeta, Anatoly M. Sagalevitch,
- Director:James Cameron,
James Cameron and Bill Paxton, director and actor of the 1997 film Titanic, travel to the final undersea resting place of the fated ship of dreams. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Ghosts of the Abyss torrent reviews
(ag) wrote: every scene makes me cry.. at that moment i want to be andy's lawyer ill make them eat their all accusations .. don't just sandbagged HIV people respect and understand them.love your joke ' what do you call a thousand of lawyer chained at the bottom of the sea ? answer: good start.. love the soundtrack..
(gb) wrote: Will I look like an idiot if I say "I don't get it"? Do the Right Thing is a film that focuses on strained race relations in the late 80s, centered in New York City. It certainly feels like a film of its time and, while I am not stupid enough to think these things no longer occur, it seems like the world has changed a lot since then. I don't like the way Spike Lee presents things, because it is overly stylized and feels like an exaggerated attempt to appear artistic. The film bounces around from one character to another with no coherent link from one scene to the next other than the existence of these people in the same city. I generally prefer a more cohesive narrative, but this movie wasn't built that way. Slowly things escalate and everything explodes in one scene of intense drama, before petering out at the end. I never connected to the material, and was thoroughly annoyed by it all instead. Also I felt like the African-American characters were almost all presented as overloaded with negative character traits and Danny Aiello was basically the pillar of virtue through most of the film. I just don't comprehend what the purpose of this movie is, because it seems to reinforce false stereotypes. I'm probably not smart enough to see Spike Lee's vision, and I'm out of touch with the world at that time. Needless to say, Do the Right Thing didn't do the right thing for me, and I would rather not watch it again to try and understand it better.
(jp) wrote: I've heard a lot of people point at any given Superman film at any given point in time, claiming that "this is how you do a modern Superman film", but upon seeing many of them, I can never agree. While I do, however, agree that the Man of Steel is a timeless figure in English fiction, there seems to be this overwhelming desire among writers and directors these days to want to "reinvent" the man in blue, which in my opinion is about as productive as trying to reinvent the wheel; why try and perfect something that is already perfect? Superman Vs. The Elite is the one Superman film since Richard Donner's 1970s masterpiece that realizes that Superman needs no reinvention, that the most important aspect of a Superman story is not the man himself, but the situations he is surrounded by and how he deals with them. By introducing a truly "anti-hero" team into the fray, Superman must fight both his inner doubts and the doubts of the world at large as he struggles to prove his way in face of great opposition. The writing in SVTE is tight and functional (moreso that some films I see these days), the animation is great, and the climax of the film is truly a spectacle of both visual force and literary wit. While I agree that many may not agree, Superman vs. The Elite stands as probably one of the title character's most intriguing and fresh adventures to be put to motion. Bravo.
(de) wrote: Vincent Price owns aggrieved insanity.
(kr) wrote: Good premise, poor execution. When a young female babysitter volunteers to help out a rich older couple, she is treated to a lavish experience that she even gets paid for. Unfortunately for her, the evening comes with the threat of death as she is soon receiving anonymous phone calls notifying her that her every move is being watched, and the mystery assailant wants to see her blood. From this point onwards its just a game of cat and mouse with her stalker chasing her around every part of the house until the closing scenes. The suspense is built and built and we're all eager to see who the villain is and what's his motive. Disappointingly, there isn't one - Unless I missed something through feeling bored (which is highly possible), it's just a random with no connection to the girl whatsoever. Other than one cameo appearance from the heroine's friend, there's no other characters to follow in this, making it a tad monotonous the longer the chase goes on. Without sounding like a complete psychopath, you don't see anyone murdered, and in truth not a lot really happens upon reflection. It's therefore quite a dull bit of viewing that is not really that recommendable unless you're the sort of person who is easing themselves into watching horrors because you scare easily. Alas, i'm clearly not one of those, and would probably rather be in receipt of prank calls than have to sit through this one again.