The Hunt For Red October
A new Soviet nuclear missile sub (a Boomer) heading out on her maiden voyage that is being tracked by a Los Angeles class American submarine suddenly goes silent and "disappears". This focuses the attention of both U.S. Intelligence and the U.S. Navy on the Russian Sub Commander . When it is determined that the silent Soviet Boomer may be headed for American coastal waters panic ensues. A CIA analyst, Jack Ryan, convinces the brass that the Boomer's commander may intend something other than a nuclear first strike in mind. A perilous and tense cat-and-mouse game ensues.
- Category:Action, Adventure, Thriller
- Stars:Stellan Skarsgård, Sean Connery, Tim Curry, James Earl Jones, Alec Baldwin, Scott Glenn,
- Director:John McTiernan,
- Writer:Tom Clancy (novel), Larry Ferguson (screenplay), Donald Stewart (screenplay)
In 1984, the USSR's best submarine captain in their newest sub violates orders and heads for the USA. Is he trying to deflect, or to start a war? . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
The Hunt For Red October torrent reviews
(kr) wrote: Moins catastrophique que le laissait supposer la bande-annonce, cette com (C)die d (C)cal (C)e remet au got du jour le hit de St (C)phanie de Monaco et amuse. Et c'est d (C)j pas mal !
(au) wrote: I'm very interested in all the conflict going on in Afghanistan and surrounding nations and my heart bleeds for them. But this documentary is the Afghan version of American Idol, which is a terrible show. It shows how the Taliban holds back the voice of the people by means of fear and totalitarian rule. While insightful, it's not really interesting.
(it) wrote: This is a movie which leaves you wondering why didn't they do it better. The jokes are good, the scenes are good, the story is equally good or bad as you would expect from this type of movie - but it's just not funny. Poor directing by Leiner. The funniest part of Seann William Scott is his face, and he doesn't have a chance to do his thing and make you laugh because he's filmed from far away, or from behind - in a situation where he should be in a close-up. The screenplay writers did their job well - Scott found a job as an engineer. A custodian engineer. That's funny enough, but in this movie it isn't as Leiner didn't make it so. If Scott can steal the whole movie Cop Out with Bruce Willis, despite having just a cameo role, why couldn't this director exploit Scott for a couple of laughs with a lead role? In the end, it's disappointing, but there are a couple of memorable jokes.
(kr) wrote: "Here's come a big bad wolf big bad wolf"
(jp) wrote: This had some laughs, but not enough.
(gb) wrote: I watched this recently and it is so bad that it's not even 'so bad that it's good'. The film is incredibly dated, tasteless and sexist. Nothing looks right - the effects are terrible and the scaling's all over the place. The acting is worse than a bad soap opera (even from Linda Hamilton) and the script is execrable. Avoid, even if you do like giant apes.
(br) wrote: Beware of quiet strange men!
(fr) wrote: Maybe the best Peckimpah movie
(fr) wrote: I'm sure given a second go they could make this much better than it is, as it's a fairly fresh take on a gambling movie. However the acting is not top notch, the comedy is too light to be comedy, and the betting side of things are hard to fathom if you don't already understand what's going on with that side of the plot.
(au) wrote: Better than the live action movies. Good cg, action and plot. The voice acting could be better.