Josef Gabčík and Jan Kubis are two soldiers from the Czechoslovakian army-in-exile. Their homeland is occupied. And the main aim of them is to assassinate SS officer Reinhard Heydrich. On their way to complete the mission, many dangers as well as difficulties are waiting for them. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Andrew B (gb) wrote: This is the first reporting that has actually made me feel concerned about the future of books. Subtle yet very powerful reification of the importance of ideas and communication through books.
Edward C (de) wrote: Paranormal Activity: The Marked Ones (2014)Starring:Andrew Jacobs, Jorge Diaz, Gabrielle Walsh, Renee Victor, Noemi Gonzalz, David Saucedo, Gloria Sandoval, Richard Cabral, Carlos Pratts, Juan Vasquez,Directed by Christopher B. LandonReviewHello Kiddies your pal the crypt-critic here, with a snore-fest unfortunately. This is the strangest and most screwed paranormal activity film of them all I mean, I wasn't sure that would get worse the two but apparently it can.This paranormal activity film has two buddies who of course film everything together cause if they didn't you wouldn't have a movie. His neighbor is this creepy old lady and she dies. They decide to go down there and investigate on what happened and Jesse becomes marked, he gets marked to some sort of entity and it actually gives him superhero powers.I had a plan before I watched this movie. My plan was to sleep for one hour go to church, come back watch the film, write a review and sleep again. But I got to tell ya this shit-fest was so damn boring and stupid that I feel asleep for a couple of minutes my alarm went off and I'm like"what,something interesting happened yet?"When I say this movies stupid, I mean this characters are so retarded, there first initial thought when there downstairs neighbor is murdered is after the police leave to go inside and touch every damn thing in the crime scene just touch everything and they incriminate themselves in the process, of course they don't need to worry about any of that though this is a shitty paranormal activity movie where nothing makes sense. When Jesse gets his super powers he thinks it's amazing like he's fucking superman or something, he never actually questions it he's just like whoa this awesome. He even at one point starts talking to some computer controlled game called Simon and it's talking back to him which sounds pretty dumb, they all just think its so cool, they think it's the greatest thing ever, and they never seem to question the fact that this is not normal my friend.There really isn't anything about the movie that's scary, your just anticipating a very loud booming noise that will jolt you cause it's loud as hell and that's not scary that's just sound effects.I would never recommend this to anyone and if there is a paranormal activity fan who likes this one or actually found it enjoyable or good I'm going to tell you your on drugs. I'm this piece of shit a half out of five.
Chee T (br) wrote: Harry Chapin's "Cats in the Cradle" kept running through my head...all actors gave great performances and each were very believable. I really enjoyed the movie it does not get stuck in Hollywood's rather boring formulaic neat happy movie.
shaun f (au) wrote: love it!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!1awsome!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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Dylan L (ca) wrote: Maybe it was just the Explosions in the Sky tugging at my heartstrings, but this is a really well put-together analysis of the weird bonding between a man and his car, that has grounded, reasonable insight from... Dr. Phil? Wow. Not necessarily a car movie, even. But as an analysis of passion for a hobby (it's almost an insult to call it a hobby) this is very level-headed and convincing.
Matthew S (ca) wrote: Masterful Southern Gothic film featuring expert work by all involved.
Gemma A (au) wrote: This movie is amaze balls... Don't know why people are marking it down cause of history? It's a movie! Not a documentary.
John W (au) wrote: A trilogy of 'horror' in the Creepshow style. More tongue-in-cheek than scary, it's a decent time waster with a few laughs and a bizarrely funny ending.
Jesse D (jp) wrote: Someone watched 2001
Private U (ag) wrote: 3 niveaux de r?cit, ? la fois purement cin?matographique, litt?raire et personnel...L'Homme qui aimait les Femmes est une exp?rience unique, un coup de foudre et beaucoup de v?rit?. L'un des sommets de la magie Truffaut.
Hunter D (br) wrote: If you like Val Lewton productions, I would definately recommend this movie, as it's remarkably frightening for a film made in 1945. The final act of the film had my skin crawling and sent chills of terror down my chest. I live for that shit. Unfortunately, aside from the great Boris Karloff, most of the acting in this movie I found to be very weak, especially for a Val Lewton production, and a lot of the movie's themes could have been explored in a more efficient manner.
Graham C (it) wrote: The ending twisted a knot in my stomach
Joy E (jp) wrote: Quite a piece of entertaining and suspense, engaging, totally enjoyable,...
David F (ag) wrote: The most underrated film of the 10's
Eric H (nl) wrote: Touching the Void is a mountaineering thriller as much as it is a documentary about a now legendary climb up the western face of Siula Grande in 1985 by two young British mountaineers. Both Joe Simpson and Simon Yates came out alive and the documentary is based on the book by the same name by Joe.Joe comes across as an amazing man fighting a battle between life and death and calling up every reserve of energy that he could muster. The format of this movie shows actors re-enacting the scenes (very well done and quite thrillingly filmed in the Alps) intermixed with interviews of Joe and Simon plus the caretaker at base camp.I'm not a mountaineering fan and watching this didn't make me want to ever attempt mountaineering! but it is very interesting even for someone who doesn't know or care about the subject much.
Darci M (br) wrote: It was a good money and kept me engaged, but not something I would rave about. The acting was good and story wasn't boring.