Top Line

Top Line

A down-on-his-luck author makes the find of a lifetime in the remote Columbian jungle, in the form of an alien spacecraft . He sets off to announce his find to the world, but finds that a mishmash of government agents, organized crime members, neo-Nazi extremists and extraterrestrials are all out to prevent him from revealing his discovery.

Author Ted Angelo discovers an UFO in the Columbian jungle. When he tries to spread the word, he earns more than the usual disbelief: suddenly he's hunted by almost every organization, like... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Top Line torrent reviews

Farouk A (de) wrote: Nice movie.. Fun to watch!

William I (jp) wrote: In terms of ghetto/gangsta flicks, I've seen a lot worse.

Jon S (kr) wrote: let otar go already.

uncle walty (kr) wrote: funny documentary, two words that almost never go together. Check out big-shot producer Elie Samaha being a jerk

Allan C (us) wrote: I was kind of hoping this film would be better considering you have decent Euro-horror director Pete Walker ("Die Screaming, Marianne," "House of Whipcord," "Frightmare," "Schizo") and an all-star horror cast (Vincent Price, Christopher Lee, Peter Cushing and John Carradine). Desi Arnaz Jr is pretty weak in the lead as an author who must stay in a spooky haunted house overnight on a bet (you've never seen that plot before, right?). If you view the film from a campy point of view, it's enjoyable enough, but don't expect an actually scary or original here (the main tip off in quality should have been that the film was produced by Yoram Globus and Menahem Golan).

Jennifer S (mx) wrote: I don't understand what all the hype was about this movie. Maybe because it was controversial at one point? I agree with a previous reviewer that the editing was terrible. The ending didn't seem to make much sense.

Casey B (de) wrote: A switch in perspective at the end hampers an otherwise beautiful film.

David W (br) wrote: Blade Runner is a must see cult classic for everyone with a musical score and science fiction grit