This action-packed thriller takes place on the soon-to-be-decommissioned USS Missouri. Disgruntled ex-CIA operative Strannix, his assistant Krill and their group of terrorists seize the battleship with nuclear blackmail in mind. They've planned for every contingency but ignore the ship's cook, former Navy SEAL Casey Ryback -- an error that could be fatal.
A former Navy SEAL, now cook, is the only one who can stop a group of mercenaries, led by Tommy Lee Jones and Gary Busey, when they seize control of a U.S. Navy battleship. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Under Siege torrent reviews
(br) wrote: Smart and very funny Pixar short.
(de) wrote: At first, I didn't see the point in making a sequel to Henry Fool, which was a great film. But, that's what makes this sequel so interesting. You not only get to visit the characters 10 years later, but they are thrust into this new genre while exploring many of the same elements of the first film. Also Parker Posey rocks.
(nl) wrote: For many teenagers escapism is not a pastime, it is a necessity. Iwai's visuals shift rhythmically between various shades of society and solitude, emoting hope and hopelessness (sometimes all at once). Lily Chou Chou's angelic music haunts the lives of Yuichi and his classmates, constantly hinting at an ethereal world beyond the hell of their reality. The film's greatest irony is that although they unite through the anonymity of cyberspace to celebrate her, they destroy each other at school. Ichihara's almost-mute performance as the tormented Yuichi is heartbreaking. In-fact, the entire cast is excellent, though another special mention must go to Oshinari as Hoshino, whose transformation from victim to victimizer is devastating. As a piece of art All About Lily Chou Chou is divinely bleak. As a social commentary it is painfully accurate. Few films have resonated with me more than this. The image of Yuichi standing alone in a field with his discman will never leave me.
(br) wrote: recommended by rubystevens.
(de) wrote: I enjoyed this movie as a kid and I still do as a college student.
(mx) wrote: "The sun never sets on those who ride into it." The little known sequel to Rocky Horror, Shock Treatment, is a bit of an acquired taste but has its own sort of charm. When Brad and Janet Majors' marriage hits a rough patch they go onto a game show where Brad gets committed to an asylum and Janet gets swept up by the glitz and glamour of television. Most of Rocky Horror's main cast returns, including Richard O'Brien, Patricia Quinn, Nell Campbell, and Charles Gray, but they're playing different characters. Jessica Harper takes on the role of Janet, and really shines; bringing a lot of charisma to the part. And, O'Brien's songs are energetic and quite catchy, featuring a variety of musical styles. However, the story is rather weak and the pacing is too fast. Also, the satire about television culture is overly broad and unfocused. It's a bit of a mess, but there's still plenty of fun to be had with Shock Treatment.
(gb) wrote: Selvflgelig mye opplagt vitsing med at en er usynlig, men man ser ikke gamle komedier for bli overraska. Topp matinunderholdning.
(fr) wrote: One of those movies where people keep doing the wrong thing that real people with more than an hour and a half run time would be able to not do.