"An ordinary man, but the circumstances were extraordinary…" The film tells the story of an unassuming young lawyer who leads a fight against the Nazis near the end of the Second World War. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Melissa D (es) wrote: John Cusack is awesome, so I might give this a shot.
Alex F (es) wrote: Awesome acting in a nonsense story.
Saad U (gb) wrote: Very rare I can't sit throughout a whole movie, but this one I just did not have the appetite to finish. It is incessantly boring and tried too hard to be comedic.
Chey F (es) wrote: i love u no i love u (me wispreing an being evil with sniper rifle) I KILL U!
Robert M (nl) wrote: what's not to love, this IS America in the early 90's
Melanie C (au) wrote: This was the first rated R movie I ever saw. My mom took me to see it. Why, I don't know. I was 8 years old (almost 9). It haunts me still.
Curtis H (nl) wrote: Who names a car ocho because its numbers add up to 8? This is one of those off-the wall, not very funny, cliche comedies, and it just happens to have Herbie in it, well fancy that. The best thing about it is the inimitable, Harvey Korman, and all those classic wacky Herbie moments. The worst thing about it is everything else.
Yannick M (mx) wrote: Sc (C)nar' classique...simple mais efficace. Bien jou (C), bonne r (C)alisation. Un bon film du genre...Et c'est franais.
Isadore H (ru) wrote: Point Break features Keanu Reeves, Patrick Swayze, and some good ol' 80's cheese. The plot is pretty good, the script is well written as well, and the acting is not too bad either, the two leads do a great job, and Gary Busey is always a plus. There were definitely a few corny moments and some parts that were questionable, and the second half of the movie featured everyone screaming through their lines while pulling off extreme stunts. In the end though, it sort of worked towards the film in a strange way. It kind of features the good-spirited attitude that Independence Day offers, even if it fails to to totally work all the time. Point Break is more of a cult classic, but still one I enjoyed