City of Steel: Carrier
Take a comprehensive, insider's look at the aircraft carriers of today's United States Navy. Marvel as a mind-boggling array of workers, materials and technologies combine to create an aircraft carrier right before your eyes. Exclusive footage captures the building of the USS Reagan - from the moment the ship is conceived to its delivery to a jubilant Navy crew. Witness the world's largest crane gently nudging massive modular units into place, technicians snaking miles of cables through the bowels of ships, weapons experts installing the latest firepower and much more. Then experience the challenge and excitement of living on one these floating behemoths as you sail aboard the Reagan's sister ship, the USS Truman.
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City of Steel: Carrier torrent reviews
(de) wrote: I have but one word...Vulgar...decided to get up and leave before the trashy movie ended.
(gb) wrote: I watched this movie and came away with WTF???????? I have no clue, it was stupid, dumb, ignorant, and all the other adjectives you can think of.
(ag) wrote: Surprisingly cute and great story. Keep it up girl!
(gb) wrote: Heart warming and beautiful. Fun also :)
(ag) wrote: This Spielberg production that launched the Hollywood Pictures Disney offshoot is an almost definitive example of the kind of "okay" movie he churned out in the 80's and 90's. It's a reasonably entertaining genre flick that couldn't possibly offend anyone in Middle America. It's got killer spiders in it, but nothing really scary happens and it's got an appealing, lighthearted tone and a genuinely good cast (except for Julian Sands, who I'm beginning to think may not be able to act at all). The film's climax is overstuffed and goes on for about 10 more minutes than it should, but that's fairly typical of Spielbergian cinema. It's the kind of film that almost everybody will kind of like and then probably never think about again.
(de) wrote: Yet again Stallone teaches us that Russians suck
(ca) wrote: A sequel that has some problems with keeping the viewers attention, but it still can be scary. 46/100
(fr) wrote: year s/b 1939 not 1940 another WB prison drama
(jp) wrote: Quite possibly the worst movie ever made by anyone other than Ed Wood. Which, coincidentally, also makes it one of the funniest cinematic messes I've ever seen. Cannibalistic bears. Enough said.
(fr) wrote: "I have good boots!" Christian was great!
(de) wrote: Great prison drama.Loosely based on a true story (many details are changed), the movie revolves around a man, Billy Hayes, who is imprisoned in Istanbul for drug possession/smuggling. Director Alan Parker and writer Oliver Stone slowly ratchet up the tension, scene by scene. Initially Hayes' predicament does not seem so bad - the Turkish police are depicted as harmless, almost buffoons - but as the movie goes on it becomes more and more claustrophobic as Hayes' position becomes more and more dire. You wonder if he gets out at all...Oliver Stone got the Best Adapted Screenplay Oscar in 1979 for his screenplay - his first Oscar.Good performances from Brad Davis and John Hurt. Hurt got a Best Supporting Actor Oscar nomination. However, Randy Quaid is a bit over-the-top and irritating in his performance.