When the crew of an American tugboat boards an abandoned Russian research vessel, the alien life form aboard regards them as a virus which must be destroyed.

When a typhoon cripples their boat, the crew sails into the eye of the storm, where they discover a high-tech Russian communications and research vessel adrift. Only one Russian crew member is still alive, raving about "intelligent lightning." They soon discover that an alien life form has taken over the ship's computers and is churning out mechanical warriors. With their own boat destroyed, the crew must battle the creature as the ship reenters the storm. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Spencer S (it) wrote: It cannot be stated enough that the water struggles of the world are not talked about as often as they should by the media. This documentary covers the water shortages that permeate Third World Countries, as well as pollutant leaks from medical companies in commercial waterways, the issue of recycled water, and the benefits of conservatism in places that see water as a right rather than a luxury. The film covers every extensive issue of water shortage in the world, including right here in the United States, where conservation, and a heeding for regulation of water in dry and agrarian communities, has come under fire by many groups in the country. Even Erin Brockovich gives some face time for the cameras, going back to the town she initially helped twenty years ago, where pollution is still high. The call to arms is very strong in this film and it's as informative as it is shocking.

xniquet L (ag) wrote: Tucker Max is officially my hero, a charming asshole who likes to fuck deaf chics, blind chics and midgets. They crap spilling all over the hotel lobby thing was awesome.

Jp D (us) wrote: Tabu is a great actress, i loved her in Namesake, this is a great film for those interested in the restaurant business and the ego one must deal with great chef.

Robert F (br) wrote: It works as a ridiculously over the top parody of superhero movies, something that's welcome nowadays, where there seems to be a new Superhero movie every other month. Still, it'd be lying to say it wasn't trying to be a superhero movie in its own right, and at that, it failed, spectacularly. Also, although it works as a parody, that's not really what the source material intended. Still, I think it's better than average for movies similar to its type (Dick Tracy, Scott Pilgrim, Sin City, etc), and worth it for Samuel Jackson and Scarlet Johansson alone, who steal every scene they're in.

Trent20 H (de) wrote: I laughed occasionally, but overall this comedy was unfunny gross-out humor that was stupid for the sake of being stupid.

Mike S (us) wrote: In the end, this was a pretty bad movie. It started off good and had all of the right elements to be a good movie but completely botched the ending. The movie starts off with some huge "suspend your beliefs of reality" moments right off the bat. There is a series of unlikely coincidences that make it difficult to fully engage in the story. The rest of the movie you are trying to figure everything out. It's pretty fun, but the final conclusion was completely ridiculous for me to accept.

Chad L (ru) wrote: best freaking movie its hilarious:-)

Michael W (ru) wrote: High schooler nearly triggers nuclear war by hacking into gov't defense system. Opened our eyes to the power of the computer with Broderick doctoring his grades. Adapted to video game by ColecoVision--similar to Atari's Missile Command.

Russell S (jp) wrote: The most thoroughly entertaining Bond film for many years - Not as edgy or grounded as Casino Royale, which I still think is Craig's best. However Skyfall is a delight to watch from start to finish. Just don't force yourself to think too hard about some of the plot contrivances and the madness of final act, which gets a pass due to sheer entertainment value and it's sad ending.