Battle

Battle

The Earth is attacked by unknown forces. As people everywhere watch the world's great cities fall, Los Angeles becomes the last stand for mankind in a battle no one expected. It's up to a Marine staff sergeant and his new platoon to draw a line in the sand as they take on an enemy unlike any they've ever encountered before.

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Zackary W (es) wrote: great comedy special

Taichi K (kr) wrote: takenaka naoto makes me laugh. he is too funny

Kevin R (mx) wrote: He didn't make the moment easy on any of his friends Wild Bill has problems with gambling, money, women, keeping friends, and his eyes. Bill drifts through life doing what makes him feel good and being told how great he is. One of his former pleasures has a son that does not believe in the way Bill lives his life and may strike revenge for some former misdeeds. "He said you were a horse molester." "Did he say what horse?" Walter Hill, director of Last Man Standing, Trespass, Supernova, 48 hrs, Another 48 hrs, Red Heat, Brewster's Millions, Johnny Handsome, and Streets of Fire, delivers Wild Bill. The storyline for this movie is interesting and well delivered. The primary character's unruly manner was well portrayed and presented and this is an interesting modern western. The acting is solid and the cast includes Jeff Bridges, Ellen Barkin, Christina Applegate, David Arquette, Diane Lane, Keith Carradine, James Remar, and John Hurt. "It is bad luck to kill an Indian in a religious state of mind." Wild Bill was a film I remembered seeing when it was first rleased and hoped it would be similar to Tombstone; while it is not as good as Tombstone, it is an interesting presentation of Wild Bill. Bridges delivers a solid performance but the end is a little melodramatic. I do recommend seeing this picture. "I don't apologize." Grade: B

Corbin R (jp) wrote: Utter incomprehensible trash. 4 and 5 were decent but this movie takes a nasty fall off a cliff. The theatrical cut is incomprehensible and considering this is the end to a trilogy is leaves you wholly unsatisfied and bewildered. Interestingly enough everyone has raved that the Producer's Cut is a vast improvement and the true version of the film. I have seen both and the Producer's Cut is sadly worse in my opinion. Yes, the Producer's Cut fills in some gaps and plot holes but when judged the overall result leaves it as inferior due to the ending. Either version feels extremely disconnected to 4 & 5 especially since Daniel Harris does not return. This installment can thankfully be completely skipped and you'll not be missing out on any story or conclusions.

Chris N (it) wrote: Fantastic piece of cinema.

Joo P (fr) wrote: Um filme que nem sempre (C) bem sucedido, apesar de existirem momentos fascinantes, quase hipnotizantes.

David B (nl) wrote: Mel Brooks and the Vaudeville humor keeps the laughs coming.

Indira S (us) wrote: "To Be,,, or Not To Be.. =))super hilarious war comedy :D

Jim P (gb) wrote: Muni was a big star in the 30s but has been mostly forgotten, in my opinion, because of his tendency in later years to overact. Here is one of his best performances, understated and at times very effective.

Riccardo R (jp) wrote: Spassoso, ma non eccezionale.Si pu vedere senza controindicazioni particolari, ma non aspettavi un film cult sulle arti marziali.

Pen T (au) wrote: Racist, sexist, homophobic. There's no Bond movie, I despise more than this one and that from a Bond junkie. This movie is just deeply flawed, disturbing. One star for the idea and a general ok-start.

Harrison W (it) wrote: Now that's some good fightin. Some decent politics. Contrived af. Did the movie give us any reason to LIKE the protagonist other than he's not the bad guy? "I'm doing this for my dead wife whom I'll see in the afterlife, but let's makeout!" Did Romans even believe in an afterlife?DOES Russell Crowe's character have superpowers? Reverse headbutt from kneeling position with a sword above him, sword-throwing, seeing his family killed from far away. How did the dad die? And the wife and kid?Does anyone else think that Joaquin looks, acts, talks, and has the same plor as Ramsay Bolton?!This bugs me in so many movies but we see many cultures and they all speak English, but only the bad guys speak a foreign language?!