The real story behind the creation of the Comando Vermelho (Red Commando), the powerful criminal organization that terrorized Rio de Janeiro for several decades. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
400 Contra 1 - Uma História do Crime Organizado
The real story behind the creation of the Comando Vermelho (Red Commando), the powerful criminal organization that terrorized Rio de Janeiro for several decades. The movie follows William, ...
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Luc L (ca) wrote: An interesting documentary.
Igor A (au) wrote: Henry Cavill+Bruce Willis+Sigourney Weaver
Casey W (fr) wrote: Most everything else about this is pretty dumb. Only one character gets any development, and there's no story to speak of at all -- the "plot" is basically Hollywood stars get lost in the woods and get hunted as game. The film depends on you to root for (or against) Eliza Dushku, Jeremy Sisto, and Emmanuelle Chriqui; their characters' names are unimportant, and the hillbillies get no backstory either. Worse, the killers make an inexplicable decision near the end of the movie that makes the conclusion an "OK, whatever" moment. I do like a lot of the actors here, but Wrong Turn is pretty disappointing.
Joey D (gb) wrote: Ano epic and gripping drama about the crew of U-96 on patrol in 1941. Wolfgang Petersen captures the filthy, claustrophobic, and sometimes frightening experience on board a submarine. One of the greatest films I've ever seen.
Kevin R (au) wrote: These men are trained to love killing Walter of Gurnie is an Englishman that has been shunned by his country when a new King takes over that feels strongly against his countrymen. The king's belief separated him from his father and they were only reunited by his father's death. Walter leaves England and joins Khan in his mission to conquer the world. As Walter sees Khan's ruthless ways, he'll have to decide if one evil is better than another. "Never talk about important matters where you cannot see who's listening." Henry Hathaway, director of Rawhide, True Grit (1969), Johnny Apollo, Brigham Young, Sunset Pass, and Now and Forever, delivers The Black Rose. The storyline for this picture is interesting and unpredictable. The subplots are fascinating and keeps the film moving nicely. The acting is outstanding and the cast includes Tyrone Power, Orson Wells, Cecile Audrey, Robert Blake, and Herbert Lom. "The chains that bind you are open but I would not leave." I have been a huge fan of Tyrone Power since watching the original Black Swan and he has always reminded me of Cary Grant. This movie is very good and reminded me a little of Sinbad without the great special effects. Overall, this is a fascinating era piece that lacked consistent action sequences. I do recommend seeing this picture if you are a fan of movies from this era. "If there is nothing of value, cut off their hair to make a pillow for my feet." Grade: B
Steve R (fr) wrote: Another film from Toho (Godzilla) Studios, featuring a giant-sized Frankenstein monster versus the first appearance of the burrowing giant monster Baragon. The fights scenes are great, but the rest of the film is pretty slow and the plot's a bit too far-fetched even for Japanese giant monster movies.
Aaron B (gb) wrote: a little long but wonderful
Matt B (mx) wrote: Cellular certainly has a few improbable action moments, but it's a tight, kinetic thriller with nice performances from Kim Basinger and Chris Evans. Very entertaining.
William W (nl) wrote: My least favourite Tarantino film by a mile but still solid and great fun. I seriously hope he abandons his wish to only do two more films (after his recent 'The Hateful Eight') and then retire, but chacun son gout, as the French would say, and everyone should be able to do whatever they want as long as they don't hurt anyone else, right? And if anyone of recent vintage (the past 25 years) deserves that, it's Tarantino, I suppose, but still, I hope he's lying.
Ifeanyi O (br) wrote: Nice movie, quite funny and educative....
Les E (mx) wrote: Great characters make this OK film noir worth watching.
Carlos M (kr) wrote: A hugely entertaining roller coaster of a movie that perfectly combines 2D animation with 3D background, dazzling us with exhilarating scenes of Tarzan surfing through the jungle trees and a classic story that offers a very nice message about acceptance and self-identity.
Callie M (ru) wrote: It held my attention.
Ian I (fr) wrote: Great story, great cast, great acting, great score. Basically characteristics of any film with the Duke. If you're a John Wayne fan you'll love it.