Bell-Bottom George

Bell-Bottom George

George is an unwilling civilian during the war. When an enlisted friend switches clothes with him in order to go to a party, George finds himself mistakenly pressed into the navy, where he gets involved with pretty Ann Firth and caught up in a subplot involving German spies.

Nazi spies are out to destroy a new submarine killer, the "Firefly", being developed by the British navy. A hapless waiter named George, after being rejected for military service three ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Bell-Bottom George torrent reviews

Peter B (mx) wrote: Except for one disturbing (and absurd) twist it's dull and uninspired.

Armando P (de) wrote: He has to stay alive by punching things

Ron C (gb) wrote: Just when I thought that each story line couldn't get any more depressing and that the lives of each character had reached their low point...BOOM the Director Alejandro Gonzalez Iarritu dumps even grief and sorrow on the audience. If you're looking for a happy ending, don't look here.

Martin P (de) wrote: Found it confusing and slow and lost interest half way through

Dmitry S (ca) wrote: unrecognized masterpiece

Josh H (jp) wrote: What a b-movie. Just a really stupid. I can't really say much more than that. Jon Bon Jovi is the lead, that should tell you all you need to know.

Sarfara A (mx) wrote: Proof of Life begins with solid bang but slowly it becomes too much of heaviness on mind. Russell Crowe bores the screen with his pathetic chemistry (with) Meg Ryan. But quite informative on Central America's crime activities in the forests!

Matt D (it) wrote: A movie about liberals? This SUCKED! I love Jennifer Connelly but man she chose a bad one.

Brandon C (br) wrote: Weird, but lovably creative film!

Jerry G (jp) wrote: a great movie from paul newman.

Samuel H (ca) wrote: Explosions and shooting make A Good Day To Die Hard enjoyable.

Ruby H (kr) wrote: Released in 1981 at the height of the sub-genres' popularity this slasher is actually one of the better efforts. There's nothing really different or clever about it, but somehow the formula seems to work out to its advantage. B-movie casting, goofy characters, beautifully grim small town, mad decision-making and most importantly a very decent pace (something that even the best of its kind seem to lack) make this, if nothing else, not boring. Gore is passable, deathtoll is okay too, any attempts to create a sense of mystery fall flat but the killer is pretty cool as is the whole concept of combining Valentine's Day with a mine. Yep.The 2009 remake is pretty decent too, gorier but less fun. If you can stand only one then I'd suggest this.

Barney o (de) wrote: WHAT I LIKED: My favourite things in the world are intellegent pieces of art that just flatout refuse to take themselves seriously. 'Shaun of the Dead' is definitely one of those things, as first and foremost it's one hell of a quirky, self-aware and satyrical take on the zombie apocalypse that will have you grinning from ear to ear from start to finish. The humour is very smart, but what takes this film up a level is the intellegence of everything else. Yes the genious who is Edgar Wright not only packs this film with plenty of inventive action and masterfully-built tension, he also deals with some great ideas in a brilliantly unique way; visually, through the tight script, as well as with two great characters who are protrayed extremelly well by Simon Pegg and Nick Frost. In the end, this could have been a hilarious satire on it's own, but because of how clever it is, it's something far more. You could easily go as far as saying it's a satire of humanity itself.WHAT I DIDN'T LIKE: Like any good artist, Wright does take his madness a little too far at times. This is particularly the case in that lengthly third act...VERDICT: A film that could probably stand on it's own as a satire, or as a serious zombie drama; 'Shuan of the Dead' is a great movie in more ways than one.