#123movies #fmovies #putlocker #gomovies #solarmovie #soap2day Watch Full Movie Online Free – Helios World Inc. aims to solve the world’s energy crisis by gathering and transmitting energy from solar flares. Despite warnings of a design flaw from the developing scientist, company head Jonathan Kane pushes the project forward and unknowingly unleashes a free-ranging and self-perpetuating magnetic vortex. Only Michael Edwards, a leading scientist on the company team, thinks something might be amiss when a sizable portion of their harvested energy simply disappears. The general area thereafter discovers itself endangered by a roving and unprecedented problem growing rapidly in strength – unique, unpredictable and potentially unstoppable. As if this isn’t bad enough, the Paris branch of Helios World is set to run the same flawed program and thereby birth a second voracious monster in Europe.
Plot: The HELIOS PROJECT is a high tech facility tasked with storing and converting solar rays into an endless supply of renewable energy. After years of research and millions of dollars, it is now time to test the system out.
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OMG. Peeing my pants.
I’m rolling on the floor still laughing my guts out. Thanks for the HUGE laugh. Bad acting, bad computer generated graphics, bad story plot. I bet any money that director is out of work. LMAO.
Update: I tried to save the above to the point review, but this site said my review wasn’t long enough, which only added to my wet spot in my pants from laughing so much from the movie. Just what more can I say about the worst movie I ever saw. Poor Richie must be hard up for cash these days. Anyhow, I’m going to try and save this review again with this new paragraph in hopes it will make it to the review section.
Another Update: Oh My Freekin God. I have to have 10 lines in order for this review to be valid? I’m on muscle relaxants now to calm my pulled gut muscles from laughing so much.
Better than you might think!
I would like to rate this at 7.5, but since there are few reviews and it needs a slight boost, I am rounding it up to an 8. Compared to other disaster blockbusters of spurious scientific plausibility, I actually dug this movie! The special effects, although I am not an animator or anything and love cool effects no matter what generation of film making they are from (e.g. Star Trek TOS & Star Wars), were actually rather cool.
Lou Diamond Philips did a good job, and I thought the soundtrack was reasonably well done as well. In fact, in my opinion, the soundtrack exceeded B-movie standards. Don’t get me wrong – this was not a Burwell, or a Zimmerman soundtrack but hey – it was pretty good!!! Also, a lot of the scenes had great composition visually, and were very clear and detailed. I don’t know that much about the technical aspects of filming motion pictures, but I do recall that there had been some advances in the 80s that allowed for a greater range of color or something, but that resulted in an overall darker feel. This movie was apparently made with the latest filming technologies and the quality of the footage produced was extremely good in my opinion.
Overall, the movie had a good solid plot, and its pace was quite good. I would have to say that both the director and the composer worked well together in this regard, and that if anything could be improved, with regard to the current budget of the film, that it would be the overall script.
SPOILERS: The humorous bits were things like when this garden hose hovers in the air like a cobra & when a girl in high heels helps lift a concrete pylon off of some kid’s leg a little too easily (something like that would weigh easily over 200 pounds!).
Original Language en
Runtime 1 hr 30 min (90 min)
Genre Action, Sci-Fi, Thriller
Director Gordon Yang
Writer Jason Bourque (screenplay), Andrew C. Erin (screenplay), Travis Stevens (story), Gordon Yang (story)
Actors Lou Diamond Phillips, Nicole de Boer, Greg Evigan, Stephen MacDonald
Production Company N/A
Sound Mix Dolby Digital
Aspect Ratio 1.78 : 1
Film Length N/A
Negative Format N/A
Cinematographic Process N/A
Printed Film Format N/A