Dawn Patrol

Dawn Patrol

A surfer-turned-Marine held at gunpoint in a distant desert tells his tragic story of revenge gone wrong to stall his execution.

After the brutal murder of his beloved brother, a small-town surfer seeks revenge against the gang of merciless thugs he holds responsible. However, when another tragedy brings him face to face with the consequences of his actions, he must seek forgiveness from the very people he despises most. He discovers he killed the wrong man by mistake and joins the Marines to escape his past, only to face it at gunpoint in a distant desert, where he must survive a captor bent on revenge. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Rahul B (kr) wrote: amazing movie .....must watch.....no words

Greg R (fr) wrote: To simplify this movie: this is a dark, gothic, colorful, imaginative stop-motion film directed by the great visionary Tim Burton. I'd understand if someone didn't think this was a good movie, but I think there are enough good things to really overshadow its problems.

David S (fr) wrote: Engrossing tale of two WWI women searching for their loved ones and the major who is tasked with the job of cataloging the missing and the dead. Well-made tale does a nice subtle job of exploring the trauma of those left behind and the ways in which governments and society try to lessen the reality.

Patrick J (us) wrote: I think of it as a comic parody similar to the Gremlins, failing in all aspects of comedy and horror.

William W (kr) wrote: One of the most intriguing coming-of-age stories in cinema, and this tends to be overlooked, both as a Stephen King story and horror film, in place of the more sensationalized frolic and mayhem of works such as 'The Shining', 'Carrie', 'Misery' and 'The Shawshank Redemption', which is a crying shame, because: a) John Carpenter is probably the finest director (at least Top 3) ever involved with King adaptations; and b) it perfectly conceptualizes, like earlier short experimental films by the likes of Kenneth Anger, the downright uncomfortable sleaziness and fetishism that has existed, mainly in America, between men and their cars.Keith Gordon does some really fine acting here (as he did previously for Brian De Palma in 'Dressed to Kill') as all possible dynamics along the range from nerd to psycho. It's impressive that, while growing up in film, he obviously learned some of the tricks of the trade from such cinematic greats (at least of American film of the past 50 years) and ended up becoming a decent film helmer himself.9/10 for me; Grade A Carpenter. It simply isn't top-tier for me, of his oeuvre, because I know he, like Sir Alfred Hitchcock, De Palma and other greats, is capable of cinematic perfection (Halloween, The Thing, etc.).

Alex S (es) wrote: I had high hopes for this movie, but I have to say that I was disappointed. The plot is a little different from the original 1930s Hitchcock version, and not only does it pale slightly in comparison, it is rather confusing as well. The ending especially is not satisfying. Nevertheless, I did like Rupert Penry-Jones as Richard Hannay - he really made the character his own.

Diane D (jp) wrote: let's see *how* over the top we can be! very funny acting farce.

JamesMasaki R (jp) wrote: One of Keaton's earliest features, which is based on the Hatfield/McCoy fued, Buster shows his chops on a much bigger scale than this short films. The waterfall scene and the train scene are huge standouts, and the train scene is an obvious precursor to "The General", made 3 years later. Also sadly, this was the final film starring Buster's favorite heavyweight Joe Roberts, who died just a few weeks prior to release.

Stephen B (es) wrote: Robin Williams performance in this movie, while truncated, is brilliant. Annette Bening is sensational in the role as is Ed Harris. If you have never lost someone you love, this movie may not get to you. But, for those of us who have, the emotions here are as real as you will ever see on screen. Arie Posin, who directed the movie uses timing so effectively that emotions can be felt. It's a great movie.