A young British soldier is accidentally abandoned by his unit following a terrifying riot on the streets of Belfast in 1971. Unable to tell friend from foe, the raw recruit must survive the night alone and find his way to safety through a disorienting, alien and deadly landscape. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Roman R (us) wrote: Eric Bana ama a su auto y ama competir en carreras automovilisticas aun cuando su carrera como actor lo distraiga de su hobby. En "Love The Beast" vemos a una persona apasionada, con amigos y una buena familia pero no vemos mas que eso. Aquellos esperando un documental sobre la ingenieria de los vehiculos saldra decepcionado y rapidamente la cinta se torna tediosa, mas cuando Bana tiene conversaciones redundantes y cuando luego acude con el Dr. Phil (en conversaciones que ha nadie le importan). Me hubiera gustado escuchar mas a Jeremy Clarkson y ver la coleccion de Jay Leno pero todo es sobre Bana. Al final "Love the Beast" es un proyecto de vanidad.
Alexandra D (us) wrote: Great movie!! The director did a good job.. plus the cast was amazing!
Ryan b (gb) wrote: Great information. Made me wanting more. Interesting!
Marisa R (ca) wrote: The beginning is not very promising; it picks up and gets a bit more interesting as the character develop. I was first quite impressed with Ram Kapur; I felt he delivered a very good job as Arun. And then I was impressed with the gravity of events, and the bold message of the movie. What made me love it was the excellent climax of Shiney Ahuja. And while the ending was a bit incomplete for my taste, I still thought it was a great movie. Worth giving it a chance.
Renee S (es) wrote: Bad Pacino movie, could't even finish watching it.
Mike S (fr) wrote: A pretty slow-paced thriller, but it effectively notches up the tense creepiness as is goes up until the unnerving ending. That remodeled pink bathroom was hideous.
Mike B (it) wrote: Rotten blaxploitation trash. I paused and paid attention to the terrible dialogue for a moment and counted SEVEN "fucks" in two lines. That kind of writing is hard to watch.
Stephen T (de) wrote: Rousing yet predictable swashbuckling Errol Flynn flick. Historically inaccurate on so many fronts it is laughable at times.
Khaled M (ru) wrote: weird true story. I hope it's true indeed.