Angels One Five
The summer of 1940, Pilot Officer T.B. Baird arrives straight out of flight school to join a front line RAF squadron at the height of the Battle of Britain. After an unfortunate start and a drumming down from his commanding officer, Baird (nicknamed 'Septic' due to his initials) must balance the struggle to impress his Group Captain, regain his pride, fit in with his fellow squadron mates, and survive one of the most intense air battles in history. This is the story of just one of "The Few" and how they managed to fight off the might of the Luftwaffe, despite overwhelming German air power.
The film is a look at life in an RAF fighter station during the Battle of Britain. Instead of taking viewers up in the planes, it places them in the control rooms that use plotted maps, flashing lights and giant boards to follow the deadly flights. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Angels One Five torrent reviews
(br) wrote: Slow, and contrived. One of the leads is fine, but not the other.
(br) wrote: Cool movie! Finally an awesome skateboarding movie!
(mx) wrote: thought this would have been better,good to see Jonathan Silverman again on screen and Mandy Moore masturbates with a cucumber so its not all bad
(au) wrote: Donald Sutherland just amazes me for the whole show. He is so into the character, and he is so believable. This show really give the twists and turns of a normal young guy, facing the world with his job, his interest, his family and his love.
(it) wrote: It's outstanding. Beautifully made, edited, etc. The issues raised by this film will linger long after the film is over. McNamara doesn't shy away from most of them. He doesn't answer certain questions, probably because they have no answer. I recommend this film to anyone interested in history, politics, war, money, power, ethics, the big questions, etc. It should be required viewing before graduating from high school. Fascinating in every respect.
(kr) wrote: Not as exciting as I thought it would be.
(jp) wrote: Really good documentary on probably the most infamous hip hop label ever
(es) wrote: Monday, November 15, 2010 (2000) Maelstrom (In French with English subtitles) DRAMA/ MYSTERY Marie-Jose Croze as Bibiane Champagne tired and while driving on a dark cold street hears somebody or something banging against her car while driving and continues on driving! Upon the next morning she tries to reavaulate what had happened and as the film progresses, viewers get to be "entranced" by the all the parties involved that she intertwines connected with whatever happened at the beginning in an odd and very strange kind of way. Somewhat of an unpredictable film which has similararities to "The Headless Woman" released in 2008, David Cronenburg's The Naked Lunch released in 1991 and David Lynch's "Mulholland Drive" released in 2001 except "Maelstrom" has a soldified resolution! 3.5 out of 4
(jp) wrote: What the flying fuck is up with chick flick dramas? Autumn and the sick woman wit an unknown ailment. OK... she dies and the guy left behind changes because of her positive influence over him. How about a chick flick that destroys everyone when she lives and leaves things even worse after she dies?
(ag) wrote: Julien Temple gets an "A" for effort in creating a modern musical recreation of the 1950's British Teen scene. The problem here is that the movie is too dark and risque for the family crowd and too light-hearted and tame for the adult crowd. It catches momentum in its third act, has a star making performance from Tony Hippolyte and Patsy Kensit, a great musical numbers by Bowie, Davies, and Sade, but would have benefited more by sticking closer to the source material of the Notting Hill Riots, instead of turning it into a cartoon.
(au) wrote: Nowadays nobody who wants a legitimate career in the film industry would dream about starting in porn but that wasn't always the case. Back in the seventies the technical specs of skin flicks were pretty much on a par with regular movies, they were shot on film and required a knowledge of lighting that non-professionals simply didn't have. If you were a director with a list of porn titles on your cv you were taken seriously by producers of exploitation fare. Tom DeSimone, director of titles like "Swap Meat" and "Heavy Equipment", was taken aboard by Irwin Yablans of "Halloween" fame to direct this slasher. He should have stuck with porn. Having never attended college in the United States I didn't realise that Hell Night was an actual thing, the night when pledges are put through ordeals in order to be accepted into fraternities and sororities. Blair is one such pledge and to prove her worth she and her slutty English friend must spend the night in a purportedly haunted mansion with two guys who look like they belong in a "Hardy Boys" porn spoof. The fact that the guys in this movie are prettier than the girls is a clue to the directors previous career in gay porn. You know straight away that Blair will survive the night as she instantly shows no interest in sex, in fact she seems completely disinterested in anything, mumbling her way through the script like she's hypnotised. Goodwin is doomed from the start as she takes drugs, drinks, and jumps straight in bed with a guy who seduces her by using surfing as a sexual metaphor. As far as easy lays go she's right up there with Jamie Lee Curtis in "The Fog", the early eighties must have been a great time to be a horny young man. As slashers go this is particularly tedious, the kills are bland and badly shot, the attempts to build up atmosphere amounting to tedious scenes of characters walking through poorly lit corridors. Aside from a few amusing lines of dialogue there's little of interest here. Screenwriter Randy Feldman didn't get another script produced for eight years after this but it was worth the wait, the buddy cop classic "Tango & Cash"!
(gb) wrote: Ed Cornell: "When I get all my evidence together, I'm gonna have you tied up like a pig in a slaughterhouse."
(gb) wrote: I found this to be a little weird and slow moving, but I enjoyed Kristen Wiig and Hailee Steinfeld's performances.
(ru) wrote: Talk about rushed origin stories. The issue with animated superhero films, is that sometimes they have TOO much fun with them...and they lose a sense of being a standalone movie. The voice acting is cheap, the dialogue is cheesy...and in the end you almost know nothing of the characters.
(de) wrote: Fantastic movie,really liked it.load of mysterious moments u feel when u watching the movie ;)
(gb) wrote: One of the best kid's sci-Fi movies I've ever seen. Animation is so good. Really captures that 50s drive in feel.