Commander Logar fools Arif and sends him 1.000.000 years back in the time. He must civilize people from past to reach today.
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Brenda B (nl) wrote: Enjoyed with the kids tonight. Feel good movie.
Valria V (ag) wrote: I really enjoyed this documentary, and even more interpretations, very intense.
Dave G (it) wrote: Very hard viewing, in my opinion when the Japanese emperor surrendered at the end of WW2 he should have had the same done to him as these poor Nanking people. Even when the Japanese soldiers recounted what they did they didn't seem to have any remorse, sad and sick individuals.
Hadding S (ca) wrote: Frank Capra's Why We Fight, commissioned by the U.S. Army, is interesting as an example of war-propaganda, but as an ostensibly educational presentation of history it should be handled with tongs while with the protection of a haz-mat suit. The series contains a number of misrepresentations that Capra and the screenwriters certainly knew were misrepresentations. In other words it is a dishonest film. There are two alleged quotes attributed to Adolf Hitler which actually are highly distorted paraphrases of passages from Hermann Rauschning's The Voice of Destruction (which is itself not considered a credible source). There is also footage used in the section about the Rape of Nanking that is not what it is supposed to be. Capra took footage of Chinese Nationalist soldiers executing Communists and misrepresented it as an execution of Chinese civilians by Japanese soldiers. To make the misrepresentation convincing, Capra cropped each frame so that the uniforms of the soldiers were not visible, then spliced in a shot of an actor dressed as a Japanese officer barking an order. Correctly understood, what "Why We Fight" really documents is that we fight because we are told lies by our government and by Hollywood.
Paul H (mx) wrote: Great courtroom drama film. Robert De Niro did a great job in this.
Mark B (gb) wrote: summer of 42 aka hermies quest to get laid!!!
Yuka K (ru) wrote: I like Mia Farrow in this movie!!
Ian C (nl) wrote: A Native American goes on the hunt for the scum who have tormented his tribe. Ennio Morricone's 'A Silhouette of Doom' is used magnficently by Corbucci.