During World War II, the leader of an American tank unit trapped behind enemy lines during the Battle of the Bulge makes the risky decision to save innocent children and nuns from a nearby orphanage. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
As the Battle of the Bulge rages on, an American tank unit gets trapped behind Nazi lines. With just hours before the bombs of Operation Ardennes Fury fall, the tank's commander makes the risky decision to rescue an orphanage.
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Jake A (ru) wrote: Light on its toes, short, not all that much in terms of substance but entertaining, hilarious, great voice acting and solid set pieces to make up for it.
Liy D (au) wrote: Now there was never a question of if this movie was going to be terrible it was if it would be good enough in parts. It was really not all that great and lacked all sorts of class but was somehow great.
Evan H (jp) wrote: I loved the fantastical first part of the film. The rest was interesting as well, but I'd like to watch it again to really absorb it.
Tim M (nl) wrote: Suet Lam is in so many movies! Well directed (aside from no slow-mo or double shots) and nice plot, but the sweetest part is the beginning. Good finale. Seeing how the police and media effect each other in Hong Kong is interesting, but not suspenseful. Cheung plays a great cop, and Chen a great boss.
Al M (au) wrote: A thoroughly enjoyable bit of Troma fare, Girls School Screamers (we won't debate the grammar of the title) plays out like a mix of slasher and haunted films. While the film is as low-budget as you would expect from Troma, it still manages to be a thoroughly engaging film for fans of 80s horror seeking new films to watch. Gore, seances, and Catholic school girls are just a few of the draws for this B-level horror movie.
Paul D (fr) wrote: Let's hope most people have more interesting reunions than this mess of a film.
Igor A (jp) wrote: ova mi bese omilen film koga imav 12 godini,...go nacekav pred nekoj den na MGM i go izgledav pak :)
Steve G (gb) wrote: Decent thriller with annoyingly intermittent liberal preachiness sprinkled throughout. I think that Redford is trying too hard to prove that he's sophisticated & "gets it." Will Redford ever stop trying to rehash sixties 'glory'?