When the initial Cylon attack against the Twelve Colonies fails to achieve complete extermination of human life as planned, twin Number Ones (Cavils) embedded on Galactica and Caprica must improvise to destroy the human survivors. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Battlestar Galactica: The Plan
When the initial Cylon attack against the Twelve Colonies fails to achieve complete extermination of human life as planned, twin Number Ones (Cavils) embedded on Galactica and Caprica must improvise to destroy the human survivors.
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Matt V (nl) wrote: While a lot of these reviews banter on about cliche and absurdity, I do not feel as if the movie's substance is being taken into full consideration. Yes, the plot of a criminal wanting to go straight has been done before, the psychological toll of secrets unbeknownst to the character are fleshed out and by the end of the movie remedied. The movie also examines revenge through several of its characters and what extent humans, in the extent of their worst nature, will go through to get it. I would also like to point out that Foley (Samuel L. Jackson) is wonderfully developed and quite slowly. It's a complex issue through the film to wonder if we should like him or hate him, even with the exceptional circumstances. Had I not read that this was an indie film, I personally wouldn't have known other from the IFC logo plastered on it. While the cinematography wasn't incredible, to say that it was terrible is a stretch to say the least. I will personally be viewing this film again in the near future.
Bruce J (au) wrote: Laughably bad. I can only imagine it was the failed vehicle for the lead actor who must be a wrestling star or something. In fact, it wasn't even laughably bad. Just bad
Ian W (nl) wrote: Never seen this film until now. Not as good as the original and it grows tiresome pretty quickly. I can see why they never made more.
Selene P (au) wrote: La verdad me gustan ms las de los 80's ^^
Luke E (ru) wrote: Wildly incomprehensible, and incredibly downright out of this world, 1941 has some bold satire intentions coming from the likes of Steven Spielberg. But sadly, the comedy aspect of the film is pushed way too far it almost offsets the entire narrative, that along with too many characters the film focuses on. It may as well be the biggest career low point for Spielberg, nonetheless it has an excellent cast and can be enjoyed much more when viewers intentionally do not take this film seriously as it may as well doesn't take into any of its scenarios seriously.
Sam M (br) wrote: Very enjoyable. Will recommend, I'm sure some Hoffman fans haven't seen this specific character played by the actor. Different but fits well.
John G (gb) wrote: A somewhat fictionalized account of Robert Stroud, the inmate known as the Birdman of Alcatraz, this is an excellent film starring Burt Lancaster and Karl Malden. Lancaster's portrayal of Stroud is amazing - he juggles both hardened criminal (and I would propose borderline sociopath) and quiet genius most adeptly. Malden's role as Warden in Leavenworth and lather Alcatraz is stand-up. Telly Salvalas plays a rather enjoyable part as well. The pacing of the movie is a bit ponderous and as such, will not be enjoyable to most viewers who need constant action to stay involved in a film. (And, honestly, that's the only reason I gave it an 4 stars instead of a full 5.)
Louis F (us) wrote: A very well made, intelligent film that unfortunately is a little too over the top at moments and the ending feels a little rushed. The acting is incredible, but this movie suffers from something that most french films suffer from, being absurdly, insanely french.
Sue B (gb) wrote: Fascinating look at the war in Britain while there was the actual war going on in Britain. Stiff upper lip time!
Kaleb P (gb) wrote: I wished it was longer