During the final days of WWII, chaos ruled. The German submarine U-461 went down along with its entire crew just off the coast of Denmark. U-461 however, was no ordinary submarine. 50 years after the war ended, two brothers go scuba diving for fun and discover that their every move is being watched and that some things should just be left alone.
- Stars:Robert Hansen, Ralf J. Hollander, Otto Brandenburg, Baard Owe, Laura Aagaard, Jytte Abildstrøm, Jesper Asholt, Ove Christian Owe, Bjørn Floberg, Bjarne Henriksen, Ditte Gråbøl, Rasmus Haxen, Michael Meyerheim,
- Country:Denmark, Sweden
- Director:Åke Sandgren,
- Writer:Anders Thomas Jensen, Bent E. Rasmussen
One day while scuba diving off their grandfather's boat, teenage brothers Christian (Robert Hansen) and Ask (Ralf J. Hollander) discover the infamous German submarine U-461, which sank off ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Beyond torrent reviews
(jp) wrote: Completely trashy and amazing; like the unloading of a 13-year-old girl's subconscious... albeit one really fond of slow-motion and deliciously womanist.
(ca) wrote: Mostly aimed at kids, but not for adults, if you could suffer through the painful attempt at comedy in this feature.
(au) wrote: this was a good movie. people give it a hard time 'cause it's not "accurate," but if every movie out there had to be completely realistic we'd lose many of our favorite movies, lol. I enjoyed this movie, it made me smile! I love the innocence of Elisabeth Shue's character, Molly. It was interesting to watch her transformation, and to see the innocence of Molly even after she was "changed," to see her admiration for truth and honesty and pure human emotion - to see her plain innocence, she'd been untainted by the world. It was a good movie!
(nl) wrote: i used to like it and im still for sure i do and want to see it again.
(ag) wrote: All Dogs Go To Heaven is an unmemorable movie that I always want to like more than I actually do. (First viewing - Childhood)
(gb) wrote: 7/29/2012: Very witty and charming. Pretty good flick.
(ag) wrote: GREAT!!! the fat boys rule!
(br) wrote: The Ipcress File is one of my favourite films, so I had to naturally check out the sequels. Funeral in Berlin is a bleaker and simple spy thriller in which Harry Palmer must go to Berlin and get out a defecting Russian Colonel, along with some twists and other groups involved. Michael Caine is solid in the film, but its a very low key thriller that doesn't seem to play up the thrills when it can.
(de) wrote: Delightfully vicious (and rightfully so) in the way it condemns old world values of "honor" and patriarchy. Worth a look, but overall not quite as funny as Divorce Italian Style.
(ru) wrote: Terrible. Not worthy of the franchise. I've never seen a worse movie. It just plain sucked.