So refreshing to find a family movie that is British and not a cartoon! I watched this in a cinema packed with kids and they where laughing and cheering all the way through as Tim figured out how to spend the last 2 hours of his life. Tim's father has died and has left him hurt and confused about what is important in his life. When he discovers the Vitaltron, built by a suitably batty scientist (Siobhan Redmond), it's a chance for him to work out who he wants to spend the last 2 Hours of his life with.Also loved the twist at the end...
2:Hrs (2018) 1080p YIFY Movie
2:Hrs (2018) 1080p
2:Hrs is a movie starring Harry Jarvis, Ella-Rae Smith, and Alhaji Fofana. Slacker Schoolboy Tim is an expert in wasting time. So what happens when he discovers he has two hours left to live?
IMDB: 6.70 Likes
- Genre: Family |
- Quality: 1080p
- Size: 1.62G
- Resolution: 1920*1080 / 23.976 fpsfps
- Language: English
- Run Time: 84
- IMDB Rating: 6.7/10
- MPR: Normal
- Peers/Seeds: 3 / 6
The Synopsis for 2:Hrs (2018) 1080p
15yr old Tim Edge is a budding graffiti artist and an expert in selfishness. When Tim and his two best friends, Vic and Alf, bunk off from a school trip at the Natural History Museum, they stumble into a Press Conference being held by Lena Eidelhorn, a mad scientist who is unveiling her latest invention, The Vitalitron. The Vitalitron is capable of predicting the time of death of any living creature, and when Tim sneaks inside, he discovers he only has 2:Hrs left to live. Chased across London by tabloid journalists Tooley and Graves, Tim and his mates agree on a bucket list that will cram a lifetime into the next two hours. Meanwhile, Lena makes plans to ensure that the Vitalitron's prophecy becomes true no matter what.
The Director and Players for 2:Hrs (2018) 1080p
The Reviews for 2:Hrs (2018) 1080p
A good old fashioned British comedyReviewed bykevin-h-boydVote: 10/10
High concept British comedy sci-fi film with gorgeous teen cast, set to be stars of the future. They are a terrific team on screen and so watchable.
Great music and a snappy script from Roland Moore take us through an enjoyable ride with some really surprisingly heart touching moment.
Cameo roles of faces known and others rising make this an easy to enjoy family film, connecting predominantly with young teens but charming all ages.
Simple story line, instant well predictable ending. Most actors don't bother to actually act (Ella-Rae Smith, Fabienne Piolini-Castle, and Alhaji Fofana actually did a good job). Home made visual effects. Only watch this if you like 60's style cinema.