In an overpopulated futuristic Earth, a New York police detective finds himself marked for murder by government agents when he gets too close to a bizarre state secret involving the origins of a revolutionary and needed new foodstuff.
- Category:Short, Thriller, Sci-Fi, Mystery
- Stars:, Charlton Heston, Leigh Taylor-Young, Chuck Connors, Joseph Cotten, Brock Peters, Paula Kelly, Edward G. Robinson, Stephen Young, Mike Henry, Lincoln Kilpatrick, Roy Jenson, Leonard Stone, Whit Bissell, Celia Lovsky, Dick Van Patten,
- Director:Richard Fleischer,
- Writer:Stanley R. Greenberg (screenplay), Harry Harrison (novel)
In a densely overpopulated, starving New York City of the future, NYPD detective Robert Thorn investigates the murder of an executive at rations manufacturer Soylent Corporation, a top industrialist whose company is the only means of survival for the swarming hordes of poor people. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Soylent Green torrent reviews
(au) wrote: X-Men: First Class reinvigorates the franchise with new characters as well as old, as well as new directions for the series to head. The special effects have improved drastically, and he acting hasn't gotten worse. The character development may be a bit weaker than the first two's, but not by much.
(jp) wrote: Twisted, low-budget Canadian scetch comedy
(jp) wrote: Visually interesting but yet a silly and dumb movie as well.
(nl) wrote: REALLY LOUSY LOUISIANA RIP OFF OF JAWS, BORING! :o INCREDIBLY CLICHED, POORLY ACTED AND A VERY PLASTIC LOOKING SHARK THAT WOULDN'T SCARE A POODLE.
(es) wrote: This is a tough one to rate. I thought the overarching message of the film--a soldier deciding that it was important to protect the lives of a whole group of innocent people rather than extract just one--was good. But the film is incredibly violent and graphic, to the point where I thought it was overdone.
(nl) wrote: Nothing remarkable about Adam, really. Or this movie. For those who go 'womanizer, womanizer, you're a womanizer, you-you-you are..'
(jp) wrote: Claire and Laura have been friends since primary school. Now, in their adult lives, with each happily married, to Gilles and David respectively, they are as close as ever. Then Laura dies after an illness and Claire's world is suddenly very empty. Being the godmother of Laura's child, Lucie, Claire visits David and Lucie, only to discover he has a startling secret...Interesting, and very contemporary, themes, but doesn't quite hit the mark. The "secret" and its consequences were very intriguing and director Francois Ozon developed the theme well. We see how Claire adapts to it, welcomes it and even likes and encourages it. We also see David turn from regarding it as something to be hidden to something to be celebrated.So far, so good. However, from a point Ozon doesn't know where to go with this and how to wrap it all up. We have a few false starts and red herrings.The conclusion is a bit too neat and isn't entirely consistent with what went before. While incredibly novel, and even a bit funny, it massively oversimplifies the issues and ideas that were raised in the movie. It also feels rushed. After slowly and methodically developing the themes in the first 2/3rds of the movie, we skip some necessary plot development and get straight to the ending.Ultimately, so-so, on the margin between okay and meh.
(de) wrote: Martin Clunes' finest hour... well apart from Doc Martin and Men Behaving Badly...
(it) wrote: I watched this movie in 1986/87 & still I want to watch over & over again:
(au) wrote: Airport 77 is kind of a weird one because of the story line. A 747 sinks to the bottom of the ocean! Although not as predictable as one would think. Jack Lemon of course carried the movie, but there was also an amazing all star cast, compared to the other 3 movies.
(mx) wrote: This is a pure crapfest. Completely unoriginal and uninspired writing and acting, and I suppose I get what I deserve for watching this garbage even though I knew it would be bad. I would recommend this to any masochist.
(br) wrote: I guess I like submarine movies, cause I haven't disliked any so far. Put Cary Grant on the submarine, and you can't go wrong. It's a little too close to wartime propaganda at times, but it's a solid little action movie.
(it) wrote: Blade II is better then what most people give credit for. I'd dare say it's even better then the first.
(mx) wrote: It was cute. It had its funny moments. It wasn't the best movie ever but it's not as bad as the reviews say. I enjoyed the slapstick comedy and the plot was fun.