5 per l'inferno

5 per l'inferno

U.S. Lieutenant Glenn Hoffmann and a team of commandos go behind enemy lines to steal Nazi documents from a safe inside a well-guarded German HQ villa in Italy.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:95 minutes
  • Release:1969
  • Language:Italian
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:explosion,   murder,   battle,  

John Garko is a fun-loving leader of a bunch of oddball G.I.s whose mission is to steal the German's secret attack plans from a villa behind enemy lines, where they run into a brutal Nazi ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Louis E (it) wrote: Nice documentary. Russians fighting for rights we, as Americans, take for granted and don't think anything about every day......

Tom E (es) wrote: Slow in places. But the performances of the two leads keeps you intrigued. There are some beautiful shots peppered throughout the movie. This indie is truly driven by its characters and so its a good thing that it's characters are interesting enough to warrant a watch. Not something that is essential to watch but if you have 90 minutes spare this character study is worth your time

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Mark I (au) wrote: Quite enjoyed this film, being a massive Lynch fan helps, not as bizarre as it could have been, but still lots of Herzog and Lynchian weirdness to keep the fans happy

Tim E (de) wrote: beautiful movie , a must watch !!

Kimberly W (jp) wrote: Another cheesy but cute movie in the air bud series

jumpit j (us) wrote: Rating: 0.5/5Reason for the Rating: This is why married couples can't have nice things.Pros: Homey don't play dat!Cons: the whole damn thing. But specifically (spoilers ahead):1. A loving, nurturing husband and father who provides a rich lifestyle for his family is cheated on by his narcissistic wife.2. Husband finds out, meets guy wife is doing, has a mental breakdown, kills guy.3. Wife finds out, pissed at husband, even though husband tries to console her. She shows no remorse for how this will impact her family.4. Husband turns himself in. The biggest loser? The child.Who will like this movie? Passive aggressive chicks with issues and chicks in relationships who fantasize about having an affair and most likely are making their SO miserable.

Shantel D (ag) wrote: A very sweet movie. Totoro is adorable! I felt like it borrowed a bit from, or was influenced by, Alice in Wonderland - but it doesn't hurt it at all, just made me reminiscent.

Andreas B (mx) wrote: What can I say? Max von Sydow breaks the limits of great acting!

Tim S (nl) wrote: Here we go again with another Jaws rip-off, right down to the font of the text that opens the movie explaining the plot to us before we can even get a chance to get involved in it. Day of the Animals is another in a long line of 'nature goes awry and attacks human beings' movies. However, this is a sort of reunion of sorts, as some of the actors (Christopher George and Richard Jaeckel), director and crew worked on Grizzly the year before, and they came back for more as they just couldn't seem to get enough of animals on a rampage - particularly bears on a rampage. This one also has some other interesting aspects to it. It has Lynda Day George and Paul Mantee in it, the latter one of my favorite actors, and it also has Leslie Nielsen, who turned in probably his most evil performance. The scene when he goes toe to toe in the rain shirtless with a grizzly bear must be seen to be believed. Anyway, it's not a great movie, but like always has some entertainment value for being so schlocky, so see it for that reason. I haven't yet seen the theatrical version entitled Something is Out There, but I'll put it on my list.

Ollie W (mx) wrote: Stunning. Beautifully directed. Sweet ass acting. amazing story. This "Advance Party" concept is a one to watch out for. I am not ashamed to say that I cried like a baby in one scene.Truly harrowing and real. An exceptional feature-length directional debut from Andrea Arnold.