My Science Project

My Science Project

Michael and Ellie break into a military junkyard to find a science project for Michael's class, and discover a strange glowing orb which absorbs electricity. When the orb begins to blend past, present, and future, its up to Michael and Ellie to stop the orb and save mankind.

The film is the adventure of a high school student and his friend. They find a strange, orb-like piece of equipment to use as a science project, but must stop it when it begins to threaten mankind. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


My Science Project torrent reviews

John A (it) wrote: A Farmer Unknowingly Erects An Evil Scarecrow In His Corn Fields, Soon A String Of Mysterious Deaths Occur. This Film Has A Decent Script, Average Acting, Good Use Of Music, Builds Up Some Slight Tension And Atmosphere. Sadly The Plot Is Something We've Seen Before, Not As Often As A Haunted House (Like it's Predecessor), But It Doesn't Add Anything New To The Haunted/Evil Scarecrow Plot, & Does Feature Some Clichs. In My Opinion This Is A Better Made Film (Than It's Predecessor), With A Plot That Has Been Used Previously But not Been Overused. A Generally Entertaining Film.

Zoe L (kr) wrote: The story is lame, but Rani Mukherjee's acting makes magic. Dance scenes are overwhelmingly colorful.

Amber P (jp) wrote: Great performances by Kate Beckinsale and Sam Rockwell. He'll everyone played their characters to the fullest. It was great.

Jake W (gb) wrote: I'm not really sure what all to say about this movie. It was very sad, extremely disturbing, but I'm glad I saw it. It was a very realistic movie that was very similar to the story of Eric Harris, Dylan Klebold, and the Columbine massacre. It opened my eyes even wider to how powerful peoples words and actions can be and how it can effect other people. I would only recommend this movie to mature eyes and I would suggest you prepare your hearts before viewing this film.

Cameron M (it) wrote: I think I like it better than L'Utimo Bacio... but I like this alot. Muccino has a distinctive style.

Rebecca N (ru) wrote: Thoroughly creepy. A bit forced and could lend itself to mockery, but captures atmosphere of paranoia well. Good use of consistent color palette throughout. Worth seeing. [ifc 2009-10]

Asif K (gb) wrote: Entertaining in an unintelligent sort of way. You literally have to turn your brain off in order to enjoy it. It's pretty silly overall and damn retarded in parts. The highlight of the movie is the song "Loser," which made me laugh every time it came on. Absolutely no story.

Tyler H (nl) wrote: Definitely one of the best period rom-coms I've ever seen. I've never been a fan of romance in movies, but this one is worth it.

Eric V (br) wrote: Keoma is a beautifully crafted film, like a Leone western with a painters' eye. The story of a half breed man who must fight his own kin makes for an interesting western piece. But someone felt the story needed some help by inserting songs that "literally" tell what the characters are thinking. It is so jarring and laughable, especially in some emotionally-driven scenes.

Julio C (jp) wrote: Me gusto la forma en que de una serie de abusos de poder, humillaciones y venganza surge un amor inesperado, desesperado y enfermizo. Entre momentos de gran dulzura y otros de mucha crueldad, las ideas politicas y las posiciones sociales se vuelven borrosas.

Carlos G (de) wrote: The most cliche movie ever created.

Noname (jp) wrote: A family fantasy movie and the whole family will enjoy it probably. Adam Sandler are not really my fav actor but i can watch his flicks usually. Some are good and some are bad. This is an average movie with a bit of comedy , romance and for all Adam Sandler fans you know what u get..

Matthew S (es) wrote: "Shortchanged by the Lord, and dumb as a jackass. Look at him now! Yes, sir, all you've gotta be is white in America, to get whatever you want!" Hal Ashby's adaptation of Jerzy Kosinski's novel is one of the most sadly underrated and often forgotten film of the 1970's. In a film career filled with truly magical performances, it is here as "Chance the Gardner" that Peter Sellers delivers his best and tragically final performance. An entire book could be written about the artistry that Sellers' delivers in this clever satire of American culture and politics. This film also contains the last time we would see Shirley MacLaine actually play a character that is not some skewed form of herself. It is unclear how involved Kosinski was in the actual writing of the movie's script, but it was never much of a secret that there was an uncredited writer, Robert C. Jones, who was very much involved. However this is undeniably a Hal Ashby film. The movie offers profoundly comic moments without ever being an obvious comedy. It is a satire, but the film carries itself with a certain dignity that seems to oppose the idea of "satire." As the movie quietly slips into a surprising turn of Surrealism -- the credits roll. I've lost count of the number of times I have seen this movie. I can find absolutely no flaws in it. Movies seldom get this perfect. A must see!

Gabriel C (es) wrote: Shallow, silly and irritating, Mamma Mia is a poor excuse to put a popular bands' songs in a soundtrack.

Marc K (it) wrote: This movie succeeds in the first half with its strong characterizations, dialogue and cinematography. It succeeds in the second half due to its intense, abrupt violence and set design.Most of the negative reviews I see on here are either bemoaning either the slow pace or the characterization of the "native americans." And on that they are wrong on both counts.A lot of people seem to think that a slow pace automatically makes a movie worse, and that is just not true. In my opinion, the slower the pace of the movie, the better the characters must be. This movie has great characters. Not only are they well acted, but they interact with each other in an interesting manner. Richard Jenkins in particular was the glue that held the dialogue together. He represented a moral high point in foil to David Arquette and also injected some much needed humor into the script.In terms of the indians, this is just some dumb people being triggered for no reason. The indians weren't portrayed as devils in this movie, they were the devils. In fact, the actual indian in the movie pointed this out. When the movie was still focused in the bar setting and all the townspeople were gathering, a well educated and dressed indian man is there to share that even the traditional indians did not consider these people their kind.That being said, it's not all good here. some of the editing struck me as very odd. there were lots of opportunities to extend some of the more cinematographic scenes, but I found that the camera cut away too quickly for my liking. A movie like this should relish in its open setting and allow each scene to be more established and take the camera out a bit more.And this is just a personal opinion, but Patrick Wilson has never done it for me acting wise. He had some great depictions of pain, but his normal dialogue seems really wooden to me.

Graeme A (nl) wrote: Based on a short story, 'In Another Country' by David Constantine. And like a short story so much is left unsaid and inferred including the ending. Worth watching for the brilliant acting.