The Beginning or the End

The Beginning or the End

The research, development, and deployment of the first atomic bomb, as well as the bombing of Hiroshima, are detailed in this docudrama.

The research, development, and deployment of the first atomic bomb, as well as the bombing of Hiroshima, are detailed in this docudrama. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


The Beginning or the End torrent reviews

Chiqifoxylulu B (it) wrote: soooo boring. soooo predictable.

Greg W (es) wrote: interesting murder tale with a chief of police who is well let's just say 'conflicted'

Jordon J (us) wrote: This film is terrible absolutely terrible SKIP IT!!!

Phil N (mx) wrote: Nikko is a committed bird-watcher, scarred by a recent family tragedy. His life takes a more dangerous turn when he gets back with his ex-girlfriend who he met on a suicide website. Difficult to describe as a love story, dealing with two suicidal types, Pelican Blood is hard to categorise and difficult to second-guess, but despite interesting moments and a good performance from Harry Treadaway, it(TM)s a patchy affair that doesn(TM)t quite deliver.

Laura M (nl) wrote: I really, really liked this. It was funny and at times in a sense operatic. Everyone did a good job and the song at the climax fit so well

Mark W (es) wrote: I really dug this one. Couldn't look away. Very funny (but sad).

Aaron B (de) wrote: A film with great heart, showing how the small things can affect a family for better or for worse.

Nils M (mx) wrote: i think bangers was fantastic....

Christopher B (fr) wrote: Seems like a nice film...only wish I could find a subtitled my Tamil and Telugu at the moment...I mean, I know my Amma from my Mama, but that's about it...

Brian J (mx) wrote: if i could give it zero stars, i would

Jordan L (kr) wrote: Evita Peron! La Santa Peronista!

bill s (nl) wrote: The actors make this comedy work with heart and soul.

Alexandra W (kr) wrote: The idea of this movie is intriguing, but I'm not sure it has a point (other than the regular "religious people are bad" one that I should know by now is what these movies really want to say). Overall, I'm pretty convinced Agnes needed an exorcism. And that, dear readers, would have made for a much better movie.

Phil H (ag) wrote: So back in 84 if you had seen Lucas and some Ewoks running around the redwood forests in California you could of been mistaken for thinking another Star Wars epic was on the way. No matter how badly we 80's kids prayed that was unfortunately not true, but we did get a semi decent Star Wars based adventure.Set in between 'Empire' and 'Jedi' this film gives us a little more insight into the forest moon of the gas giant Endor. We see more native creatures, more of the moon and of course more Ewok culture. Now back in the day this film was actually regarded pretty highly, mainly because we had NOTHING else film wise based around Star Wars.Upon a re watch the film still does hold its own very well. Lucas was in charge for both of these Ewok films and to be honest he did a fair job. The film is completely for kids obviously utilizing little human kids and good old 'Wicket' so you can't moan at the utter campy naffness there is. Acting is dubious and dialog is very basic, but you gotta give credit to Lucas for making a lot of the film in native Ewok tongue and having a narrator tell us the audience what the the hell going on. Almost like 'Dances with Wolves' for Star Wars hehe...I said almost.So the rather annoying surly 'Mace' and his totally babyish blonde barbie doll little sister head off to rescue their parents from the 'Gorax'. A creature I have found out has been worked into the official Star Wars universe and is cannon, kinda cool. Along the way the team of kiddies and Ewoks run into other species that are of course nasty and generally have to work together to succeed. There are some nice creatures here, basic puppets, animation or stop motion, but its fine, kinda charming much like the old Harryhausen flicks and other old barbarian fantasy films. The film has that warm 80's 'Willow' type atmosphere, a sense of wonder and imagination that is absolutely great for young kids.The main bad guy in the film is the 'Gorax' which is a man in a suit get up. The makeup is pretty good on this character and his whole look does fit with the 'wookie' species approach for the Endor moon. In general effects aren't overly great these days (of course), the giant spider in the 'Gorax' lair is brilliantly bad and the final fatal moment for the 'Gorax' also looks really hokey, but hey this ain't no mega budget film. Some nice good old fashioned matte painting work evident too. Yes its childish and corny, yes some locations on Endor's moon looks suspiciously like California, yes the two main human kid characters are completely generic looking with 'Mace' obviously looking like a young 'Luke', but its still fun. Lucas did a good job here in my opinion, the film is perfect for its target audience and fun for everyone else too...if you like Star Wars. Supposedly cannon within the Star Wars universe also which is interesting.

Svend C (ru) wrote: Better than that awful Chuck and Larry thing but not much. The Sydney gay scenes save the film from being as bad as Chuck and Larry

Jason S (es) wrote: Another example of Tim Burton being great at creating a world but not that good at telling a story.

Carrie T (fr) wrote: The Wild is okay, I just hated that Koala, too creepy.

Curtis M (au) wrote: Me and Earl and the Dying Girl is a coming of age comedy-drama about a high school senior who is forced to befriend a classmate who is terminally ill. While it has the same concept of most coming of age high school movies about a high school teenager who is having trouble fitting in, Me and Earl and the Dying Girl adds a whole new level of originality. From the movies that Greg and Earl make to the quick and witty dialogue, I had a really good time with this movie. I thought Thomas Mann did a really good job of being a subtle teenager who was unraveling his emotions bit by bit as the movie went on. It never tried to force anything and I think the subtle, dry humor added to its originality. Once the movie transitioned to a more serious tone, I was totally locked in, and felt really felt for the characters. For flaws, even though I really liked the characters like Earl and the history teacher, I felt like they were a little underdeveloped and sometimes just there to say the right thing to move the plot a long.

Adam B (mx) wrote: The story is interesting but not very much happens through the course of the movie