A Father's Revenge
German terrorists kidnap the crew of an aeroplane as they leave the airport. The terrorists demand the release of two of their colleagues, who are to be extradited to the USA. The father of one of the stewardesses decides he can no longer wait for diplomacy, and so flies out to Germany. There, frustration leads him to hire a former SAS counter-terrorism expert. Together they hunt down the terrorists.
- Stars:Brian Dennehy, Ron Silver, Anthony Valentine, Christoph M. Ohrt, Claudia Matschulla, Alexander Radszun, Angus MacInnes, Joanna Cassidy, Arnfried Lerche, Helen Patton, Matthew Burton, Deborah Dalton, Donald M. Griffith, Karina Thayenthal, Ulrike Möckel,
- Country:USA, West Germany
- Director:John Herzfeld,
- Writer:Tom Schulman (story), Mel Frohman (story), Mel Frohman (teleplay)
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A Father's Revenge torrent reviews
(ag) wrote: I actually thought this movie would be bad, but I loved it. It gave great insight into the mind of someone with PTSD. I have watched my father have trouble with flashbacks, nightmares, and the idea of being a hero for killing. We watched this movie together and I feel like I connected with him. Yeah parts were a tad boring, but it felt real and I loved it. I feel it gives an accurate representation of war hero, at least from my perspective.
(kr) wrote: For a Disney movie, this film did a fantastic job at setting itself in the 1960's. The dialogue, the costumes, the atmosphere. I thoroughly enjoyed watching this,
(us) wrote: As a documentary, it's not very good. The subject matter is quite interesting, though. I liked the part at the end... "he's not real and I am" (I really feel bad for that woman)
(ag) wrote: Watched this movie on a whim... glad I did. Low budget but the story holds. Plays off residual hauntings.
(br) wrote: I honestly expected to hate this film, but I was intrigued by it the whole time. The story was filled with highly flawed charaters trying their best to not make major mistakes. The child actor had the absolute perfect balance of childish naivete and out-and-out annoyingness--his character wouldn't have worked if the child wasn't somewhat annoying. I was also delighted to see Kali Rocha, as I absolutely love her. A decent movie.
(ca) wrote: A corny rip-off of Mary Poppins, but it has its magical moments. (First and only full viewing - 5/7/2010)
(fr) wrote: Top notch B movie. Run a deadly course with a crazy good acrobat. If your looking for good - look elsewhere. If your looking for awesomely bad - you've come to the right place.
(es) wrote: Though the film is classy and adventurous, it is too full of cliches and easy philosophy to be even considered among Kurosawa's most interesting works.
(es) wrote: Tuesday, August 30, 2011 (1943) For Whom The Bells Toll DRAMA/ WAR Based on Ernest Hemingway's book about an American fighter, Gary Cooper fighting alongside the Republic against fascists while in Spain by blowing things up! It wasn't until he was given another assignment to blow up a particular bridge is what 90% of this movie dwells on and while their meets a refugee (Ingrid Bergman)who eventually falls in love with him! Despite it's running time of 156 minutes, when it was supposed to be 170 minutes, this film still feels quite long and pointless. Viewers can't seem to grasp onto anything memorable what they can't get from other films that consist of similar themes! 2 out of 4
(br) wrote: good enough to be watched on a cold day!