(T)Raumschiff Surprise - Periode 1

(T)Raumschiff Surprise - Periode 1

Three hundred years in the future, Mars is colonized by humans and their leader Regulator Rogul plans to conquer Earth. Queen Königin Metapha is advised to send the gays Captain Kork, the ...

Hundreds of years after humans have settled on Mars, Regulator Rogul and Lord Jens Maul, lead a force of Martians to Earth in order to conquer the planet. Queen Metaphor looks to the gay ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


(T)Raumschiff Surprise - Periode 1 torrent reviews

Liang L (us) wrote: Very funny and touching!

Sunny S (nl) wrote: bad direction, bad acting, weak storyline. some scenes are directly lifted from cult exorcism movies.

Corey B (it) wrote: What the fuck?! I am all for movies of pure stupidity but this one takes the rudabego.

Mike M (us) wrote: A fine performance from Nada Abou Farhat... As much frontline photojournalism as drama, it's an honourable, if inevitably downbeat, account of the difficulties of getting from A to B in a place where all logic, sequential or otherwise, has been blown to smithereens.

Saptarshi S (kr) wrote: hillarious, thrilling, entertaining, path breaking. all kudos to priyadarshan for this movie!! acting was simply brilliant by akhshay and rest! thrilling movie especially how the story unfolds, complete shocker of few scenes in the end!!

Tim P (ru) wrote: I watched this movie to give Netflix what I like and don't like to watch. This is a movie I will never watch again. By the way, I hate the movie poster.

Brandon W (kr) wrote: For Casino Royale to reinvent the Bond franchise in a modern darker take on the character, Quantum of Solace takes a giant step backward. This film doesn't feel like a James Bond film at all. It feels like your typical action film where the main hero's name just happens to be James Bond. Two of the biggest problems that I kept on seeing in this film was the coincidences that tied the plot together and the headache enduring action scenes. Casino Royale had a plot that flowed well. Each scene neatly set up the next one and so on and so forth with enough new information to keep the audience interested and understanding. In this film, the scenes are tied together by a needle and a thread. Instead of understanding why James Bond is going after these bad guys and really knowing who the bad buys are, the scenes are tied together by the lovely, "Oh, how convenient!" moments. As for the action, it is so hard to watch. I've stated before that the pre-credits car chase is one of the worst edited action scenes in movie history. I understand the need to make the scene seem intense, but it comes across as confusing and ultimately boring. It's a shame because they had some good set-pieces for some great action sequences. The foot chase through Italy, the boat chase in the harbour of Haiti, and the plane chase over the dessert. Also, there is one shot in particular where the CGI rendering was definitely not up to modern James Bond status. If you repackaged this film as just another generic 2000's action film, then it wouldn't have been that bad, but this film isn't worthy of the 007 recognition.

Jamie C (de) wrote: I'm not a fan of Steve Carell and the only reason I wanted to watch this was for Jim Carrey who was as he always is really funny and as I thought before watching it he was the best thing in this movie, His stunts were hilarious but he was under used, Although the rest of the cast did a good job but they were pretty boring compared to Jim Carrey, The story was old and between Jim Carreys scenes it was bland, The ending was pretty good but couldn't make up for the rest of it, Watch it for Jim Carrey and you might enjoy it more.

Jairo A (ca) wrote: I Am Legend is a really solid from beginning to end. Will Smith gives a really good performance and I like how part of the story is told through flashbacks/memories he has. The "creatures" look creepy and in a hyper human state that, I think, works. The movie also has some tense moments and some parts where you really connect with Will Smith's character. The film's ending is appropriate but I would have liked it to be a little bit longer (maybe show how the cure took effect on some of the entities). This is one of those movies that is hard for me to rate. If you haven't seen this film, you should definitely check it out. I would rate it 3.5/5 OR 7/10. It's one of those that I may rate 8/10 though...perhaps, only time will tell.

Joe S (us) wrote: Absolutely amazing!!

Brandon S (au) wrote: What this sci-fi horror masterpiece boils down to is quite simple: a monster movie in space. That's what you're getting at the end of the day, but you're also getting brilliant direction from the great Ridley Scott, an incredibly commanding lead performance by the wonderful Sigourney Weaver, tremendously atmospheric music by Jerry Goldsmith, and a collection of revolutionary special effects. This is a well-oiled machine of a horror film that functions highly on every conceivable level.

Mohammed A (nl) wrote: It's good movie to watch

Guillaume H (br) wrote: The extreme bad does not exceed the very good. The bad : boy actor is adorable but beyond fake and Chris Sarandon is generally terrible, many lines are unbearably cheesy, the car chase is fun but truly stupid and there's a lot of dumb moves. On the bright side, its really fun, has an excellent progression, many ideas to keep it going, and hey, it became a classic so that's got to count for something. I just re-watched it as an adult for the first time after having seen it dozens of times as a kid and i like it just as much if not more.