Dad's Army was a 1971 feature film based on the BBC television sitcom Dad's Army. Directed by Norman Cohen, it was filmed between series three and four and was based upon material from the early episodes of the television series. The film told the story of the Home Guard platoon's formation and their subsequent endeavours at a training exercise.
- Stars:Arthur Lowe, John Le Mesurier, Clive Dunn, John Laurie, James Beck, Arnold Ridley, Ian Lavender, Liz Fraser, Bernard Archard, Derek Newark, Bill Pertwee, Frank Williams, Edward Sinclair, Anthony Sagar, Pat Coombs,
- Director:Norman Cohen,
- Writer:Jimmy Perry (idea), Jimmy Perry (screenplay), David Croft (screenplay)
When World War Two breaks out, the small seaside town of Walmington-on-Sea finds itself less than ably defended by the elderly and inept members of Captain Mainwaring's home guard unit. Put... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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(fr) wrote: This is streaming on Netflix so you don't have an excuse to miss this movie. It is the most accessible movie on the subject of women's portrayal in the media to date. Media literacy is incredibly important.
(fr) wrote: Strange, disturbing, and seemingly experimental, "Dogtooth" is a foreign language social critique as hard to explain as it to watch.
(ag) wrote: I really wished he did not have to die but otherwise I loved it!
(it) wrote: A very tragic tale of a young intelligent, innocent and naive young girl Yan'ni who wastes her life away after falling for the charms of a delivery driver. She believes his lies, gets pregnant, drops out of college to live in the squalor basement flat he has with the once bright future she could have had now in ruins. The child once born is put up for adoption - making the same mistake her own mother did. Xun Zhou is brilliant as Yan'ni who finds out until it's too late what a dastardly man her boyfriend really is. The movie finishes on a downbeat ending. There's a moral to be had from watching this extrordinary story. Highly recommended.
(us) wrote: This movie wasn't too bad... especially for being a TV movie. I'm pretty sure it was a sequel to "Category 6: Day of Destruction," and I'm pretty sure it was quite a bit better. I think the storyline was fairly interesting actually.
(ag) wrote: if it wasnt for the awesome kaiju zedus a some impressive kaiju battles this would be a bad film. its too kid friendly which if released before the fantastic trilogy would be ok. its too campy for this day and age and it has a terrible excuse for a gamera toto. but i have a soft spot for monsters so it gets a pass.
(fr) wrote: One of my Favorites<3
(ca) wrote: Although the film lacks some good supporting performances and a story that stretches a bit too much, it is a very good premise with some nice action sequences, accompanied by some good performances from both Affleck and Eckhart which make this "man-on-the-run" thriller one to check out. B
(de) wrote: This one really gets under my skin. I'm not really distressed by the subject of most horror films because they are usually about things I personally have no fear of ... serial killers, the supernatural, giant bugs and the like. Films about people slipping into degradation and insanity and not really noticing it get to me because that shit really happens ... all the time. Angela Bettis is extremely convincing as a woman who is really just extremely socially awkward, but plummets into deep pits of insanity due to her inability to connect with anyone. That scares me. Anna Faris is her usual radiant self, and this time she really has a good role to play. That's all too rare for her.
(br) wrote: Actually I never even heard of this one
(gb) wrote: A hacker+heist movie that leans into comedy because it's the boringest thriller you'll find. As a dry comedy or light-hearted romp, this movie really works. But from an action/thriller perspective it's like "Hackers" by old people, for old people.Even though it's quite realistic, the whole thing fits together like something on television. Robert Redford exudes a "I'm in a movie right now" attitude in every scene. Nothing really wrong with the plot other than two very silly uses of technology in one scene involving a phone trace. There's a lot of good use of technology too for being in the pre-Internet days (at least to 99% of the population's knowledge in 1992.) You gotta wonder: Who is this movie for? The only answer I can come up with is hippies that became techno-geeks in their 40s. In other words: like no one almost.In short, seeing this movie 20 years after the fact in the year 2013, this movie is all kinds of meh. Nuff said.
(ru) wrote: Suspenseful is a cheesy kind of a way.
(de) wrote: It is a powerful film, immerses you in the life of travis that even puts you to think in and continue its history
(ru) wrote: A nurse is brought to a Caribbean island to help care for a plantation owner's wife, who has catatonia. As she learns more, though, she discovers her patient is actually under a voodoo curse.