A British mercenary arrives in pre-Revolution Cuba to help train the corrupt General Batista's army against Castro's guerrillas while he also romances a former lover now married to an unscrupulous plantation owner. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
A British mercenary arrives in pre-Revolution Cuba to help train the corrupt General Batista's army against Castro's guerrillas while he also romances a former lover now married to an unscrupulous plantation owner.
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LYNN H (ru) wrote: Awesome Movie Great Job! But seriously. It's sad but Tim & his friends are ridiculous & funny. You don't like his character. But he's hilarious
Jesse O (ru) wrote: I thought this movie was fun. Predictable and sometimes formulaic but at least it was fun and it had likable characters. It also deals with a 'sport' that you don't normally get to see portrayed in movies and it does a good job at not making it look dumb or like anyone could do it, so it's obvious that whoever wrote this film had a lot of respect for synchronized swimming, because others wouldn't have cared and just tried to be entertaining so props to whoever wrote the movie. One thing I didn't like was how they tried to portray this all-male synchronized team as something so out of left field that a woman wouldn't let them use her pool to practice just because they were male. Is it really THAT big of a deal for an all male group synchronizing team? Quite frankly I don't really I know anybody who would really care that much about it to try and put a stop to it because it's only for women or whatnot. So I have NO idea why they made such a big issue of it here. It's cool to have that sort of reversed gender discrimination thing, to show that it can go both ways, but this wasn't the type of thing that, at least in my opinion, would lead to that. Especially since they don't even touch on it once they find a place to train. It was completely out of place. But still the movie is pretty fun, even with the unnecessary social commentary.
Private U (ru) wrote: Gol dang this is a bad movie. How could fx be this bad? Worst I've seen since the beautiful days of C64...
Steve B (us) wrote: "Movies have to be finished, even if you do it blindly." - Harry Caine
Cesar T (us) wrote: Le doy dos estrellas por las tomas majestuosas de la ciudad de Mexico, el saludo ala bandera en la explanada del Zocalo capitalino.El sexo es el principal motor que mueve la pelicula, la trama es algo buena, predecible por momentos.
Niki S (us) wrote: A good doc to knit by. And as a reader it was interesting to hear the many discussions about successful first time novelists who never publish again.
Summer C (us) wrote: romance in the world of drugs!
Alex W (de) wrote: this guy plays piano like a korean, crazy apm. geffrey rush deserves all the credit he gets. it seems when fathers push there sons to hard they become very successfully and mentally unstable.
Chris H (it) wrote: When a horror spoof makes "Saturday the 14th" look good, you know you're in trouble.Unfunny, "everything but the kitchen sink", type parody filled with sub-par acting, innuendo jokes that don't work, body double nudity, and a bunch of blood splatter effects.Now I know why for all those years I passed this by on the video store shelf...
Grant S (jp) wrote: Interesting movie on a less well known and fairly unglamorous part of the US Navy's efforts in WW2: the amphibious assault ships. Decent plot, though has a few minor unnecessary detours. Good action sequences, well filmed.Decent performances, by a cast of relatively unknowns (well, unknown to me). Does feature Clint Eastwood in a very minor role. So minor, he isn't credited (except on IMDB). At the time, he was only about one year into his cinematic career. Look out for him at about 1:33 - he has one line.
Konrad A (ru) wrote: This is a true story I was not a fan of the movie. But I did like where it took place and I like the dogs I thought they looked nice. So it was just a ok movie I think. But see what you think!!
Jason T (jp) wrote: one of the best films ever. A pinnacle of film making.