Army of Shadows
Betrayed by an informant, Philippe Gerbier (Lino Ventura) finds himself trapped in a torturous Nazi prison camp. Though Gerbier escapes to rejoin the Resistance in occupied Marseilles, France, and exacts his revenge on the informant, he must continue a quiet, seemingly endless battle against the Nazis in an atmosphere of tension, paranoia and distrust.
- Stars:Lino Ventura, Paul Meurisse, Jean-Pierre Cassel, Simone Signoret, Claude Mann, Paul Crauchet, Christian Barbier, Serge Reggiani, André Dewavrin, Alain Dekok, Alain Mottet, Alain Libolt, Jean-Marie Robain, Albert Michel, Denis Sadier,
- Country:France, Italy
- Director:Jean-Pierre Melville,
- Writer:Joseph Kessel (novel), Jean-Pierre Melville (adaptation)
A account of underground resistance fighters in Nazi-occupied France. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Army of Shadows torrent reviews
(it) wrote: This is an awful picture from start to finish -- a cruel cinematic joke perpetrated by two filmmakers who've turned failure into daily business. I say SKIP IT!!!
(jp) wrote: I'm a usual movie-goer as I enjoy movies 2,3 times a week at movie theatre. Actually,I was not so interested in musicals and I thought this film was just one of [movies] before I saw it.But, NOT!This is very very special,brilliant, gorgeous!!After all,I saw this film six times at movie theatre. Now, I enjoy DVD at home.I've not lost interested in all of casts's acting, particularly leading actor(Ramin Karimloo)is amazing!!
(br) wrote: Excellent doc that offers a real life mystery & we go along on the journey to discover the truth. There's dead ends & red herrings along with a slow reveal of clues. Really well done.
(it) wrote: ok baarl bi uyarlama olmu.
(jp) wrote: Beautifully photographed and acted; the length of the film is its only drawback.
(ag) wrote: It's actually funnier than I thought it was going to be. I'm a high school student, so I could relate to some of this (even as exaggerated as some of it is).
(kr) wrote: this movie scared the hell outa me!! i was watchin it with brie and it made us both scream. definatly crazy! thats hard to do!
(gb) wrote: Enjoyably tense if a little forgettable. Vacancy is Hitchcockian to a fault, relying heavily on slow burn suspense over the more commonplace jump scares, bolstered by strong performances and stroller direction, destined to exist within a better script; as it stands this is a solid, standard spook fest that tries really, really hard, to be utterly unspectacular.
(it) wrote: This movie is AWESOME!
(es) wrote: First and foremost Howard's End is a finely-tuned drama film with wonderfully developed characters, all of which the actors do an excellent job at brining to life. If you can't handle "slow" films and couldn't care less about character development and dramatic weight, then this definitely isn't the film for you. If, however, you are interested you will find a wonderful and beautifully filmed drama which is both touching, moving, and most importantly, relatable. The actors involved all give spot-on performances that truly bring their respective characters to life. The cinematography is visually arresting and does a wonderful job at conveying the emotional impact of a particular scene with it's use of angles and close-ups. The luscious landscape and architecture of the estates and other homes are lovingly detailed and captured on film very nicely as well. Howard's End is smartly written, has well developed characters and beautifully shot. It happens to be arguably the best of the Ismail Merchant/James Ivory films based on the E.M. Forster novel written in 1910, showcasing the British class system and the division it causes. In 1993, Howards End won three Oscar awards - Best Actress in a Leading Role (Emma Thompson), Best Writing, Screenplay Based on Material from Another Medium (Ruth Prawer Jhabvala), and Best Art Direction-Set Decoration (Luciana Arrighi and Ian Whittaker).
(es) wrote: Great movie and one I hope most kids will see at some point. Watched it alot when i was growing up
(gb) wrote: Good in terms of color, proportion and contrast...
(kr) wrote: I saw this one several times when I was younger and have always liked it. It's a light, entertaining story that moves along nicely and has strong performances from Brown and Dennehy. Worth a watch.
(mx) wrote: Adding nothing new to the genre and featuring a middling performance by Osment, #illfollowyoudown longs to be as inventive and enticing as it's finale, but it's not.