Vanishing Waves

Vanishing Waves

Lucas is a scientist who works near the European experimental project that focus on advanced ‘human neuron research’. The project is to transfer neuron information from one human mind to another. Lukas is chosen to connect his mind with a comatose woman he named Aurora.

A neuron-transfer scientist experiments with the thoughts of a comatose young woman. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Vanishing Waves torrent reviews

Leonardo C (us) wrote: venom coming to 2016 I'm watching it!!!

Mayank A (es) wrote: Another telling of beginnings of Batman, while satisfying it's not among the best due to lack of originality. The graphic novel was amazing, the animated movie does a faithfully adoption but a little too late. Felt it's more a Jim Gordan movie then a Batman movie.

Giuseppe L (ag) wrote: Story of a 64y.o., chef and owner of the best indian restaurant in London, who falls in love for a 34 y.o. (unmarried?! :-p) indian girl. All the usual issues from the age difference, plus the issue of two indian people out of marriageable age (her father is 6 years younger than him). And oh, no dancing scenes at all. This makes for a rather unconventional Bollywood movie, and therefore original in its own way. The two actors are brilliant, and the sideswho kitchen crew, as well as his mother, add to the humour. The part in Delhi is less convincing. The dialogues too are very unconventional for a romance story, where a lot of things are not told but assumed from glances and expressions. One question pops to mind: how much do they spend in intercontinental mobile phone calls between London and Delhi? are these so cheap? :-o All in all, a movie to recommend.

Jenn T (kr) wrote: Wasn't horrible, wasn't the coolest thing I've ever seen though.

Fallon O (nl) wrote: Not the worst movie I seen, but it's way ass long. A lot of useless crap. I got it because it came with the original for under $10 so can't complain there, lol.

Vicki N (br) wrote: This is one of my favorite movies. Really fun to watch and so nice to have a career woman as the protagonist. Great cast. Love the strike scene.

Jeremy M (de) wrote: A tale of genius gone mad, The Luzhin Defence does an excellent job showing the mental strain and breaking of the fictional Aleksander Luzhin.

Alejandro M (br) wrote: para quien le gusto el submarino amarillo con los bitles, deberia de ver esta obra paicodelica hecha en hungria podrucida por la marca de perfumes faberge y con musica de los osmond

Scott R (us) wrote: Pretty bizarre, but it did capture the glamorous aspect of the 60s well.

Lara B (nl) wrote: This was a lot better than I had expected but, having said that I do love Alan Bates so I was never going to dislike an hour and twenty minutes of him dressed in finely tailored three-button suits. It's a finely acted piece and the theme song is a sensation.

Jacob B (de) wrote: Remember the Titans isn't void of the cliches that one would usually come to expect in a Disney sports biopic but with its inspiring real-life story, terrific performances from Denzel Washington and the rest of the cast and touching drama help make the movie succeed in entertaining viewers of every generation.

Rohe G (nl) wrote: This movie isn't great buy isn't a total disaster either. The movie was meant to be over the top. It's at least watchable for me .

Camille L (de) wrote: Les annes 90 taient la grande priode de Spike Lee. Son dernier film de la dcennie n'est pas situ dans son quartier de Bed-Stuy mais dans le Bronx, pendant l't 77 et les exactions du Fils de Sam. Plus intress par l'atmosphre dltre (qu'il distille aussi bien par la musique que par ses cadres) que par l'enqute en elle-mme, Spike Lee nous fait suivre quelques personnages durant cet t parfaitement interprts par un ensemble cast excellent (John Leguizamo & Michael Rispoli en tte). La mise en scne est parfaite, la bande-son exceptionnelle, le scnario aussi outrancier que passionnant, renforant l'impact du film. Spike Lee clt donc la dcennie 90's avec une nime russite.

Phil H (mx) wrote: The second H.G. Wells story to feature encounters with alien lifeforms after his most famous sci-fi story 'The War of the Worlds'. Obviously a more fantastical story from Wells and this British made film certainly has that outlandish angle that's for sure. Although it seems this film isn't as surreal or fantastical as the original story surprisingly.The whole story is narrated by the main character as an old man. It tells the story of how his eccentric inventor neighbour creates a substance that defies or eliminates gravity thus allowing them to fly to the moon in a homemade space sphere. There on the moon they encounter insect-like aliens hungry for knowledge.Interesting to note that this film was of course made before man actually reached the lunar surface (1969). This of course doesn't mean people in 64 thought there were aliens running around up there but back when the original story was published in 1901 I'm guessing people could of thought it possible. The whole idea that the two main characters in this film use deep sea diving gear on the lunar surface is cute. Whether or not this was an actual belief of the era or just Well's fantasy I don't know (I'm not even sure if this is accurate with the original source material). I think its fair to say back in the early 1900's the knowledge on resources/materials required for space travel/space crafts in general was probably very limited and underestimated, so what we see in this adaptation could well have been real concepts of the time (maybe not the moon bugs though).Putting aside the real science plot holes (of which there are tonnes), the film itself is highly enjoyable. This is my first ever viewing of the film and straight away you can see many little sequences which have been homaged by other sci-fi films, mainly 'Mars Attacks'. It seems Mr Burton liked this particular sci-fi film. The big bug idea could also have spawned the likes of 'Starship Troopers', mainly the huge centipede-like insects that roam the lunar surface. The alien creatures known as 'Selenites' are bug-like in appearance, bipedal and live underground like ants. These guys are mainly men in rather cheap basic looking rubber suits but some of the main aliens are animated by Harryhausen including the wonderful lunar centipedes.Visually the whole film is very striking offering some lovely matte paintings, sets, models and that typically smart dapper 50/60's sci-fi attire. Even the inside of the space sphere is lined with that diamond shaped leather upholstery effect, I think that concept was started by the 1960 film 'The Time Machine'. The small space flight sequences at the start of the film are a joy to behold, so dated but so good (not too far from reality either), surely everyone can appreciate them.The only downside to the film for me was the bland characters. 'Bedford' (Edward Judd) has that stereotypical male chauvinism about him but comes across as rather unfriendly and rude in this film. He's always shouting at his fiance 'Kate' who does pretty much nothing accept look pretty and shout back. Then you have the main character of 'Cavor' played quite oddly by Lionel Jeffries. His performance was a strange one as it comes across as though he's improvising, it doesn't feel like he's in character or simply he can't act too well.At the time this film was made space travel and reaching the moon was not far away, so to go backwards and make a film so 'medieval' must have been hard to sell, despite being an adaptation. This film is pure and utter silly fantasy (no further explanations required for that), its not a film for actors and its not really about the characters either. Its a visual spectacle, an effects film, an early 60's blockbuster if you will. Take all the gigantic scientific plot holes and complete lack of realism as part of the fun (as was intended) and you can't fail not to enjoy.