Quantum Apocalypse

Quantum Apocalypse

A group of talented but rebellious 'rock-star scientists' find themselves in a race against time to save Earth when a comet makes an unexpected turn towards our blue planet where all life may cease to exist within days if our small town heroes fail to find a solution.

The comet crashed into Mars, not Earth. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Quantum Apocalypse torrent reviews

Kirsty P (it) wrote: One star purely because I didn't actually smash the computer up in a rage

John K (au) wrote: Nicely shot in black and white, this is an interesting exploration of friendship making, but I'm not a fan of Thomas Turgoose's acting style.

Josh H (it) wrote: 31 Days of Horror 2016 #2

Nando V (nl) wrote: Granted, I may have been buzzed, but this was very funny lol

K J E (fr) wrote: recommended by hottie

Nestor A (gb) wrote: If you're a fan of suspense, intrigue, action or deceit, then this movie is not for you. If you are willing to sit through a very slow, painfully obvious, hour and a half for a glance at some naked lesbian flesh (like I apparently was) then more power to you. The other huge question is why the heck is there a giant Rambo knife on the advertisement for the movie when there are none in the movie?!

Joe C (es) wrote: In the 1980s, action movies tended to be the preserve of steroid-addled muscle men, machine-gunning their way to body counts of infinitude. At the decade's close, a TV comedy star and a sci-fi/horror director made a movie about a regular schmoe (albeit with a specialized skill set) in the wrong place at the wrong time and inadvertently made one of the greatest action movies of all time. Jeb Stuart's homegrown screenplay based on Roderick Thorp's novel maximizes the witty bantering between Bruce Willis and Alan Rickman, but never slows the action in doing so, blessing Die Hard with a humorous machismo unique to the genre. In short it's big, noisy and exploitable fun but retains that sense of fury that shoots adrenalin through your system. Just the way it should be. It's sometimes easy to forget that John McClane was a product of the 1980's (only Holly McClane's hair and Elli's cocaine habit really signpost the era) but that's what you get for being a timeless classic.

Scot C (es) wrote: "Excuse me, I a... happy to talk to you, but I must now to make toilet."Yeah, this was enjoyable! Stories like this, with a fish out of water will always make for a good concept. Robin Williams is as Russian as a Russian! It's another fine, engaging and entertaining performance from him. He has great range, and brings so much to the character of Vladimir. And my word, is he hairy! This movie has a great balance of comedy and drama as well. Not every scene f the screenplay stands out, but as a whole, its a good film.

Brian W (ca) wrote: Still a fantastic movie after 30 years. Charles Durning is fantastic as is Larry Drake!

Hannah D (jp) wrote: Pretty good for the most part, there are a few surprisingly unbelievable acting bits.

Matthew J (fr) wrote: An enjoyable 50's Monster movie; on it's own or the MST3k version.

Vincent H (au) wrote: Cagney's performance was finer than most others that I've seen. This picture is certainly one of the better classic gangster films out there with a good story and better acting, it's almost like "I Am a Fugitive From a Chain Gang," only if Paul Muni had gotten free.

Andrey B (us) wrote: One of those rare occasions in when a spectacular film, not losing its entertainment level, has also a soul and a story to tell. And you just love the cast, filled with talented actors and actresses.

HungYa L (jp) wrote: I always enjoy and adore Cary J. Fukunaga because he certainly is one of the most gifted director who knows how to tell the story, even for a split second of one segment, by simply using the camera. Idris Elba plays the cruel commandant. You can tell that at first he might not be able to get the grip of the "authentic" African accent so very consistently and still can hear his British accent but no matter, he is really good and convincing. Abraham Attah, who plays Agu, is just more than brilliant and a shining star. It is based on a true story and unfortunately child soldiers still happen in many corners of the earth. We either choose to ignore the problem or we find it difficult to be involved in solutions-finding at all. Incredibly intense and sad story, Beasts of No Nation.And once you listen to the soundtrack, it is impossible to un-hear it for the rest of your life.

Scott K (gb) wrote: A decent 90's horror/thriller.