The officer (Stephen Boyd) is put in charge of a squad of all black troops charged with the mission of blowing up an important hydro dam in Nazi Germany. Their failure would delay the Allies advance into Germany, thus prolonging the war. These African-Americans a have little military training, but Captain Beau Carter has no choice. He leads the rag-tag and they turn out to be heroic.
- Stars:Stephen Boyd, Robert Hooks, Susan Oliver, Roosevelt Grier, Moses Gunn, Richard Pryor, Glynn Turman, Billy Dee Williams, Paul Stewart,
- Director:George McCowan,
- Writer:Aaron Spelling, David Kidd
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Carter's Army torrent reviews
(kr) wrote: Liked the animation, the music, the story.
(ag) wrote: eenvoudig verhaal, Romeo & Julia :p maar o zo prachtig!
(kr) wrote: WOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!!! Brilliant! Gory, hilarious, eccentric and well worth the wait! If everything you watch has to be heart-felt and understated, then this is NOT for you. But if you just enjoy a fun movie that was clearly made with entertainment in mind, then you cannot miss this!!
(nl) wrote: definitely a good story
(ca) wrote: Totally deranged and poorly made. I hated this strange movie. (First and only viewing - 3/8/2016)
(gb) wrote: the second part is even more disturbing than the first; hysteria is after all irrational. but to stand by wrongful judgements long after they've seriously been compromised is just shocking. sheer obstinacy. and irresponsibility. and well, yes, irrationality. or simply cowardice - to admit one was wrong.
(mx) wrote: A long but in depth documentary focusing on two African-American boys growing up in the slums of Chicago that are bent on making the NBA.It focuses not on their home life but the pressure in high school & university basketball & the pressure put on them to perform.This film captures the spontaneity of the boys & their heart & passion to play basketball. Rather stirring & inspiring but could have been a good 30-40 mins shorter.
(it) wrote: What can be described as "experimental", is a beautiful old school epic. The dialogue may be blatant, the script;short sided and the music over powering, but for those fanboys of the genre, this one stands above the rest.
(mx) wrote: There are many words you can use to describe Au Revoir Les Enfants, but if you aren't putting brilliant and amazing on the list, you missed something. This movie, clearly very personal to Malle, is an extraordinary look at such universal themes as youth, friendship, war, and compassion; making some kind of point about all of them in under two hours. A true masterpiece that adds a late great entry in Malle's undeniably exceptional canon.
(nl) wrote: Retold Young Frankenstein--Good Horror Mystery Spoof!!
(nl) wrote: Dumbo has touching animation and catchy musical numbers, but there are a lot of odd scenes and the tone for most of the movie is very sad and somber. The finale with the crows singing "When I See an Elephant Fly" was my favorite part of the film.
(de) wrote: A pretty good Who-Done-It starring none other then the man himself. Charles Bronson. All around good cast, and an awesome theme music from Jerry Goldsmith.
(br) wrote: From roasted Christmas trees to electrified cats and exploding sewers, this film offers on all ends. While the moralic side might be slightly swayed whereas the heart of Christmas does not lie in the gift of giving, but in that of receiving (a large Christmas bonus check), it is more of a disaster comedy than a Christmas film. Hilarious the first time and still funny the second.Although not the Lampoon's most charming performance, still worth a watching every once in a while.
(br) wrote: All I will say is, Bennett is a saint! He no doubt would dislike that though.
(ag) wrote: Most of the first 40 mins. were uninteresting and I would have stopped watching if there was something more interesting to do. It turned a sweet movie with some messages.