The plane carrying wealthy Charles Morse crashes down in the Alaskan wilderness. Together with the two other passengers, photographer Robert and assistant Stephen, Charles devises a plan to help them reach civilization. However, his biggest obstacle might not be the elements, or even the Kodiak bear stalking them -- it could be Robert, whom Charles suspects is having an affair with his wife and would not mind seeing him dead.
Billionaire Charles Morse accompanies his much-younger wife Mickey and a fashion photography team headed by Bob Green to a remote lodge in Alaska. There they must struggle to band together and survive after getting stranded with a blood-thirsty Kodiak Bear hunting them down. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
The Edge torrent reviews
(br) wrote: God awful, and unfortunately i bought it. The wife chose it and then decided to pretty much stop watching it half way through. Can't really blame her. God it's bad. Poor acting, poor story, poor effects, POOR. The bad guy is the lad in Transformers 2 as well. Just give it such a wide birth. TOSS!
(ca) wrote: Klimer is fantastic! This is a great movie. Full of surprises, twists and excitement. Columbus Day was real entertainment.
(br) wrote: Letters to Juliet is a romantic film released in 2010 in America. The main character is played by Amanda Seyfried. She plays a girl named Sophie Hall who works for New Yorker magazine as a fact checker and would-be writer. The leading man is Christopher Egan, He plays the role of the man who tags along with his grandmother worrying about her. And that grandmother is named Claire who, fifty years earlier had written a letter to her Italian boyfriend, but only now was returning to Italy because of a 50-year overdue reply written by Sophie. Vanessa Redgrave plays this role. This was the final film of director Gary Winick. This story is based on the fact that secretaries of Juliet (from Romeo and Juliet) in Verona wrote letters that required advice about love affairs from people all over the world. Sophie visits Italy with her fianc on a pre-honeymoon, but her fianc Victor is so busy finding food stuff to use in his new restaurant opening soon. Sophie feels bored, so she goes out sightseeing alone. Then she finds the Juliet house and her secretaries. She replies to the letter written fifty years ago. Then, the old woman who had sent the letter comes to Verona with her grandson and they start the journey of finding her soulmate Lorenzo. I felt happy after watching this movie. The scenery of Italy is so beautiful, and the actors' facial expressions are so nice and they moved me. This movie is full of happiness and love. You will feel like showing gratitude to your important person. Anyway I highly recommend this movie.
(ag) wrote: Nicely acted,a fine examination of family relationships, first love and the loyalties that get tested when the two clash.
(jp) wrote: Lloyd Kaufman and Troma rocks!
(nl) wrote: Best theme song EVAR
(au) wrote: A word of advice, do NOT go into this movie expecting to be a comedy, because the laughs that fulfill it are little to none. Surprisingly, quite a dark piece of work, and unfortunately bursting with potential that's never satiated. Vince Vaughn gives his very best to try to charm up this flat family comedy, but there's little to enjoy. The movie may have been tolerable if it were dialed down to a little over an hour, but a tiresome hour and forty five minutes have you looking at the time more than the screen. I does get props for bringing in some unexpected heart every now and then, but even charming Vince Vaughn can't save this dynamic waster of extreme potential, that wallows in a dull script and a soppy story arch instead of delving into a solid Vince Vaughn comedy.
(nl) wrote: A fun little film. Supposedly, Mean Guns is the first of a trilogy. The second being Left for Dead from Sofia Films. Not sure how they are connected as Mean Guns is a free for all 'Battle Royale' and Left for Dead is a Western with Demons. Regardless, for a low budget film, Albert Pyun and his crew manage to pull off quite a few nice action pieces... Worth a rental.
(kr) wrote: Though I grew up knowing and seeing glimpses of Charlie Chaplin's work, this was my first viewing of a full feature film. I am glad I picked the right movie. I mostly am strict about not watching movies released before 1960s since I neither can connect with them nor appreciate the technology used. But this movie baffled me on both fronts dealing with everlasting topics like employee management, changing times, love and hope bundled in beautifully orchestrated scenes like the blindfolded skating, video teleconferencing and automation. Considering the frame rate, scope size, loud background score, this movie didn't put me off as much as I thought it would with a large help from the screen presence of beautiful Paulette Goddard. A Factory Worker (Charlie Chaplin) works in a large manual assembly line and due to his hypnotic work schedule goes into a temporary nervous breakdown causing havoc in the operations. When sent to jail, due to a freak accident and a bizarre incident ends up thwarting an escape plan by fellow prisoners thus building a rapport with the police. With the outside world crumbling in union strikes, unemployment and hunger, the little tramp seems to be making a good life for himself inside the prison walls. When the day finally comes for his release, he makes up his mind to do something to get back to prison which is when he meets a beautiful but down on her luck young girl A Gamin (Paulette Goddard). Chaplin's entire screenplay revolves around coincidences, pure good or bad luck and how he deals with his positive outlook. Though loud, light hearted and in your face on the outset - the power of human spirit, current political satire and hope are always the underlying themes of most of his movies. The perfection of the finished product is easily seen in most of the scenes which actually looked quite technologically superior for its time. Paulette Goddard looked gorgeous and her pleasing presence elevates the likability of the movie. The background score has some melodious tunes but mostly spoiled by the loudness and acoustic nature of the sound available at the time. The comic choreography is very imaginative and actually has a very solid plot even with very little said. Brilliant comic choreography with a story relevant to this day
(jp) wrote: Terrible script drags this into beautiful Pacific Ocean. Poor lines and acting from some well-known actors make one squirm in the seat. Great setting in Carmel and some beautiful looking scenes do not make up for a very poor film from what appears as a promising tale. Awkward and awful.