A mysterious creature from another planet, resembling a giant blob of jelly, lands on earth. The people of a nearby small town refuse to listen to some teenagers who have witnessed the blob's destructive power. In the meantime, the blob just keeps on getting bigger.
- Stars:Steve McQueen, Aneta Corsaut, Earl Rowe, Olin Howland, Stephen Chase, John Benson, George Karas, Lee Payton, Elbert Smith, Hugh Graham, Vincent Barbi, Audrey Metcalf, Jasper Deeter, Tom Ogden, Elinor Hammer,
- Director:Irvin S. Yeaworth Jr., Russell S. Doughten Jr.,
- Writer:Theodore Simonson (screenplay), Kay Linaker (screenplay), Irvine H. Millgate (original idea)
An alien lifeform consumes everything in its path as it grows and grows. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
The Blob torrent reviews
(gb) wrote: Shut Up and Play the Hits is a bittersweet documentary of LCD's last concert before their disband, intertwined with Murphy's intimate reflection of the band and his lingering sense of regret about quitting. LCD Soundsystem fans will embrace this documentary, but non-fans will still be moderately entertained.
(au) wrote: The best Step Up movie for me! That last climatic & massive dance number blew me away!
(ag) wrote: This movie is very funny, but has it's flaws such as scenes that drag.
(us) wrote: Forgot how good this movie is. Early Gosling, Hopkins at the height of his powers, and a plot that keeps you engaged.
(nl) wrote: Ryan Reynolds the movie debiera llamarse esta cinta, aparte de l nadie ms pone de su parte para hacer soportable esta comedia mediana de situaciones.
(au) wrote: Four and a half stars.
(au) wrote: Very Good, tells a good story from voices that are not always heard.
(ca) wrote: awesome movie. all-star cast of bale mcconaughey butler. great acting throughout. the movie kept you into it from beginning to end. intriguing premise executed well with a good story. good action and lots of cool scenes. dragons are beastly (3 viewings)
(ru) wrote: Lots of laughs in this one, if you like any of Larry David's work you'll love this movie. At times it feels like a weird mix of Curb's direction of dialogue and humour with Seinfeld's characters. There are quite a few quotable moments, "No more lil' Peppers?"
(gb) wrote: I'm a bit of a WW2 buff so I enjoyed this quite a bit, but I'll get my complaints out of the way first. I know star power drives the entertainment industry, I'm aware that magical star dust must be sprinkled on everything, but I think it is a mistake to cast well-known actors as historical figures. John Lithgow is just too well known to pull of a convincing FDR. He's John Lithgow, for crying out loud, and I seen him in "The World According to Garp" dressed up as a woman. Now, I'd rather not picture FDR as a woman, but I can't help it, and it's weird. Michael Caine, who I'm pretty sure dressed up like a woman in one of his pictures, is a little stiff playing Stalin but, hey, it's Stalin! What are you going to do? Stalin makes for a much funnier woman though, you have to give him that. Bob Hoskins. Well, I thought he was too short to play Churchill, he's like a smidget, but according to a reputable looking web site, Churchill only stood 5' 6". (Hmm. Who knew?) Anyway, I don't remember Hoskins ever in drag, but I'm not a recognized expert in his oeuvre. What I would say is that Churchill dressed up as a woman would look just like Queen Victoria. They're like dead ringers, right? Anyway it's not that these actors aren't good, Hoskins is especially good, I just think lesser known actors wouldn't be as distracting, especially when playing such big figures. It's one less thing to think about, instead of wondering how tall Churchill was or what he would look like with lipstick. But that's just me. This teleplay really does get into the heads of the three. Apparently it is based nearly verbatim on the correspondences with each other, and it certainly comes off as authentic. There is an odd structure to this in which the characters talk to each other directly, instead of through cables, even when they are geographically oceans apart. It's surreal at first, but you get used to it and you couldn't really have a movie with just three guys reading letters, right? This is good and I recommend it. I think it made me smarter. I feel smarter.
(au) wrote: Much of it shamelessly copies the original's beats and is coated in smugness, but it's still pretty funny and Culkin, Pesci, and Stern keep it going at their best.
(au) wrote: Good movie really i mean if all cartoons in the world were just about humans what fun is that? I mean its called fantasy cartoon for a reason hahaha but was a really really great show. still watchin it now :D
(us) wrote: i always thought this was good
(kr) wrote: total dud unless you are the youngest of kids