Babylon 5: The Legend of the Rangers: To Live and Die in Starlight
A disgraced Ranger takes command of an old, possibly haunted, ship on an escort mission that encounters deadly peril from a new enemy civilization.
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Kevin M W (mx) wrote: Another in the long line of Hollywood action thrillers that feature one guy killing machine killing scores of other guys because he's a super secret trained assassin. This one throws "cause his dad was killed" out at you like you was a dog expecting a treat.
Joo P (ru) wrote: Extremely unusual for Bollywood. Great soundtrack, and sweet story, it's major fault lies in being a bit too long...
Ccile P (us) wrote: De m (C)moire de cin (C)phile, on n'a jamais vu autant de personnages insupportables dans un mme film ! Sorte d' (C)norme clip la gloire de M (C)lanie Laurent, il n'y a que la fin terriblement pathos qui relve un peu le niveau !
Jackie S (ru) wrote: Cute Halloween movie.
Joey S (gb) wrote: Uncomfortable to say the least. It reminds you that your life isn't so bad and that there's more to it than materialistic things. Interesting.
Mohammad A (nl) wrote: Cheesy socialist indulgence at its best.
Leesa E (fr) wrote: Honestly, one of the best movies and stories to be put on film. Not a dry part in it. Oh and the dogs are cute.
FraserJay M (nl) wrote: A very literary high
Blake P (de) wrote: Often considered to be Goldie Hawn's best vehicle, "Private Benjamin" unfortunately came as a disappointment to me. Judy Benjamin (Hawn) is a spoiled "daddy's-little-girl" who's getting married for the second time, but her plans change when her husband of six hours dies on their wedding night. Unsure of what to do with her life, she answers a radio call that turns out to be from the army. The guy who puts her in makes her believe it's all glitz and glamor, but it ends up being a lot tougher than she thought, especially when it comes to being around her tough drill sergeant (Brennan), but in the end she ends up liking it. Things seem to be going her way, but when she falls for a French communist (Assante), she has to choose to stay in the army or be with him. "Private Benjamin" is considered to be one of the funniest movies ever made, and one of Hawns' best roles. I will admit, I though the first hour was hilarious-- but the second half ... not so much. The first part is filled with gags, slapstick, and funny performances by Hawn and Eileen Brennan, but in the second half, when Hawn falls for Armand Assante, that's when the laughs leave the movie. At that point, her character is matured, so we don't get all of those silly one liners we did before, and since Brennan doesn't appear much, not a lot of the absurd comedy is there, so the film goes down by then. I will recommend this movie though-- I'm just an opinion, but by what the others are saying, this is a funny movie, and it is (for a while). Hawn and Brennan are very funny and deserved their nominations. All in all, "Private Benjamin" isn't very even, but it's entertaining enough to not waste your time.
MEC r (au) wrote: I did not really like this movie.
Simon T (ca) wrote: Some of the acting is very stiff and clunky, but the photography and stoic dignity of the inhabitants of the fictional doomed Scottish island at the centre of Michael Powell's short feature more than compensate. As in so many of his films characters are always falling to their deaths from a great height. One of them here is John Laurie, in a marvellous performance that proves what a great actor he was thirty years before Dad's Army claimed him. Strangely moving.
Tom R (nl) wrote: it could have been a great movie. Awesome acting.