During the Vietnam War [1959-1975] a special US combat unit is sent out to hunt and kill the Viet Cong soldiers in a man-to-man combat in the endless tunnels underneath the jungle of Vietnam. Suicide squads of a special kind. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
1968 Tunnel Rats
During the Vietnam War [1959-1975] a special US combat unit is sent out to hunt and kill the Viet Cong soldiers in a man-to-man combat in the endless tunnels underneath the jungle of Vietnam. Suicide squads of a special kind.
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Timothy S (ag) wrote: "Urban Justice" closely follows the mathematics of making a Steven Seagal B-movie. Take a bland, generic and completely meaningless title and mix in a routine plot (a man with a secretive past searches for his son's killers) and add in universally boring bad guys (street gangs and crooked cops). That's this film in a nutshell, and it's not too far removed from the hits he made when the action star burst onto the scene only without the spark. The direction is sluggish, and what action there is here is listless and uninspired. The film even looks horrible. There is some great looking stock-footage of flying over Los Angeles at night, but unfortunately, this was filmed in a very unsightly Albuquerque and that ugly scenery does little to improve the film much. Seagal kills a bunch of gang-bangers even though he finds out they had little to do with the death of his son, and his martial arts skills are still pretty rusty. He opts for artillery over his fists here, and every single person killed is shot in slow motion and they all loose about a gallon of blood. Every kill reminded me of Gallagher smashing watermelons. Seagal is his usual boring self, but Eddie Griffen tries to liven things up in a rare serious role apparently trying to channel a gangster rapper. He's a bland villain, but he's still better than Kirk B.R. Woller playing the dirty detective. The filmmakers pull a major coupe getting Danny Trejo in a supporting role, but in keeping with the theme, they fail to do anything interesting with him. "Urban Justice" fails on almost every level. It's dull, unpleasant to look at and very boring.
Iris L (jp) wrote: Another powerful performance by Isabelle Huppert, as judge trying to bring to justice government officials who she found were involved in bribing foreign officials, and using public funds for their own extravagant desires... While they are all saying that this is how "things are done," she does not accept that premise.. not realizing that her boss does not have the guts that she does.... What makes it doubly interesting, is that it is based on a real life story, The Elf Scandal in the 1990's in France.Available on IW till Aug. 2nd.
Kaitlyn J (jp) wrote: Very strange how the mother and daughter end up in different world than where the husband/father is. Becomes less entertaining during the second hour of the movie.
Melody B (nl) wrote: I love the series as well as this movie! Duchovny is a hottie!
bob s (au) wrote: Must be seen to be believed.
Mike T (jp) wrote: Very entertaining. Its got the 80's classic hopping vampires in it. What more could u need from a horror action movie.
Tom H (us) wrote: great movie. the best Bergman film i have seen. though i havent seen "the seventh seal" yet. good psychological war movie.
Jebus C (br) wrote: Cleo is arguably the best of the Carry On series courtesy of some fine turns, especially Kenneth Williams, and the use of sets from Cleopatra. The Carry On series is on a roll at this point!
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Ethan W (jp) wrote: Decided to watch this old film due to it being the first ever recipient of the Academy Award for Best Picture. As I've never watched a silent film before (or much of anything from this era) I didn't know what to expect and I'll admit my expectations weren't set too high. I'm glad to say that I thought the movie was great, especially considering the limitations of the time. While the backstory of two young men competing for one woman's affections came off to me as fluff that never really seemed important, the awesome aerial combat footage more than made up for it. The movie was directed by William Wellman who was a WWI combat pilot himself so I would expect nothing less. I found Jack and David's characters likeable and I didn't mind Clara Bow's part, Mary, though I did think she was a sort of a pathetic creature. And speaking of Jack; just how drunk, exactly, do you have to be to see bubbles shooting out of women's faces and bed posts? Damn man.Overall, great movie. The dogfighting and combat were engaging, action packed, and had an amazingly authentic feel like you were really watching First World War combat footage. I recommend.
M C (gb) wrote: Charming fun, very enjoyable. 74/100