Tomorrowland

Tomorrowland

Bound by a shared destiny, a bright, optimistic teen bursting with scientific curiosity and a former boy-genius inventor jaded by disillusionment embark on a danger-filled mission to unearth the secrets of an enigmatic place somewhere in time and space that exists in their collective memory as "Tomorrowland."

Frank Walker, former boy genius and Casey Newton, a bright, optimistic teen bursting with scientific curiosity. They';;;;;re embark on a mission to unearth the secrets  a place somewhere in time and space that exists in their collective memory known only as "Tomorrowland." What they must do there changes the world-and them-forever. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

LinksNameQualitySeedersLeechers

Tomorrowland torrent reviews

Kelsey M (br) wrote: I randomly picked this film to watch on Netflix and I was absolutely blown away. Even though most of the movie consists of the same two characters, the development of their relationship is what makes this a truly compelling story. I was drawn in from the very beginning. The ending of the movie is highly effective and really ties this story of a relationship stretched to the breaking point to a wonderful, albeit, tragic close.

Tim U (ru) wrote: A very sad story, but overall a very good film.

Alenor L (ag) wrote: 5 stars, Not because it was perfect, but because it went right through me.in these three hours I believe I have shared Sybil's world and Sybil's emotion of pain and anxiety.. I can simply say it was a wonderful experience

Arti D (es) wrote: Watched this last week, got it from hackney library for FREE! Was moving and gutting what happened...Was one of his best! fucking stalinists..lets make do, lets fucking do! I feel the pix axe shadows hanging over...

Michael T (fr) wrote: I got an idea: let's recycle the Silence of the Lambs poster for Mute Witness!

Dan L (jp) wrote: A minimalistic piece with a folksy flavor that rises above thanks to great acting and directing. There are multiple interwoven story lines, but I have always described this piece as being "about the integration and disintegration of cultures." I gotta agree with Megan M: the little girl totally rocking the accordian is one of the most memorable scenes.

Kevin M W (nl) wrote: The plot is well known by now but the inventive execution's the thing here, still fresh after so many years. But in addition to whatever entertainment or cinematically historical value contained within, here is out and out immersion into Parisian life circa 1930, before the nearly universal acceptance of the thought that "all the world's a stage" and so a look at our planet before our obsession with mirrors ("... and what's wrong with that!") changed it.

Kurt B (ag) wrote: Based on a H.G. Wells novel of the same name, Empire of the ants offers what would seem an insect version of Godzilla. What's responsible for the enlargement of these ants isn't very original because it comes in the shape of the good old toxic waste leakage although some may argue this is original in its own rights if the novel was wrote in 1905 before the idea had been used before. A group of people touring an island in search of buying plots of land stumble across the beasts but can't escape because their boat is already infested with ants. After the party travel through the jungle to reach safety they realise that the human inhabitants of the island are also in league with the ants but have to pay them a tribute of vast amounts of sugar to insure their survival. The acting was seriously atrocious but for me that was about as bad as it got, contrary to what allot of people think about this movie I loved the special effects. The effects themselves mainly contained actual footage of real ants edited into filmed jungle and any close up shots are plastic ants covering the helpless individual, I never really look at the effects of films much because I believe it leaves more room for the imagination and story unlike films like Avatar which do everything for you. You can really see the story is the work of H.G. Wells, the idea was superb and the only other time I have seen giant ants is in films where people have been shrunk as opposed to the ants being enlarged. A concept I admired allot is how the movie points out how smart ants are and how much of a threat they can pose, it's a fact ants herd Aphids like we herd cattle and they grow fungus deep underground much like we cultivate crops, in my opinion they are much more intelligent than Dolphins and actual have been classed as ' Nomadic ' by experts. Some bad points I couldn't help but laugh at were the scenes that included the ant vision and in most of the stock footage you could see the ant's put their legs on the side of the glass tank in which they were being filmed. As this is a rather original story then it must be considered fresh in a sense but I would sure like to see a remake of this.

Jennifer H (gb) wrote: This is a lovely film and I'm floored that it was so panned by critics. The cinematography alone make this film worth watching! It's touching to watch this man's journey both literally and figuratively to happiness.

Kurt C (ag) wrote: A perfect blend of comedy and action. Twas an entertaining movie, that's for sure.

Ollie W (es) wrote: I have no criticism for it (albeit I haven't seen it in years). This was one of my favourite films growing up and so I definitely advise this as a film to watch.

Britany A (kr) wrote: Terribly wrought with unnecessary raunch