A detachment of the Polish IFOR forces in Bosnia is led by Major Keller, who is being investigated for insubordination during a patrol in Srebrenica. The investigation is to be led by two arriving officers - Lieutenant Czacki and Major Kusz who will also replace Keller as CO. When the camp's RTO receives a communication from a downed Norwegian chopper, Keller ignores his standing orders and leads a platoon to rescue the crew. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Ben G (au) wrote: Awful. And by awful I mean really really awful. Awful.
Zina N (fr) wrote: A very powerful film about an actor's struggle with heroin addiction. The music and cinematography were moving and turned such a sad story into something beautiful and inspiring. Knowing it's a true story with his actual family makes it even more touching.
rosemarie s (gb) wrote: Victoire Thivisol was fantastic...
Jim F (it) wrote: Not convinced by Rush's portrayal of a man gone crazy. It was kind of over dramatic, almost a stereotypical cliche of a performance. Had i not known better i might have assumed he only recent emerged from stage school. In fact it was general poor acting all around. Poor biopic, but enjoyed the piano pieces, at least 3 played fully to the viewer, so well done for that, and that only.
Marina S (fr) wrote: a boring portrayal of the book. i'm much disappointed
Gary H (au) wrote: Captures the time (Beatlemania) perfectly as a group of youngsters try and get tickets for Ed Sullivan Show for the US debut of The Beatles.
Stuart K (au) wrote: 8 years after the first Hammer Dracula, and 6 since the forgotten sequel The Brides of Dracula, Christopher Lee donned the cape once more to play the elusive, mysterious count, who has a taste for blood. It's dark and moody and bloody, but it's well made with good bright colour, sometimes red. :P It is 10 years since Dracula (Lee) was defeated, and in the region of Transylvania, there are 4 English tourists travelling the area, brothers Charles (Francis Matthews) and Alan Kent (Charles Tingwell) and their respective wives Helen (Barbara Shelley) and Diana (Suzan Farmer). But local priest Father Sandor (Andrew Keir) warns the party not to go anywhere near Karlsbad, but they do so. When their carriage gets a broken wheel, a mysterious carriage with no driver comes up and it takes them up to the castle in Karlsbad, which seems to be ready for them, and their luggage magically appears in their rooms, and they are waited on by Dracula's servant Klove (Philip Latham), but it's not long before Dracula is brought back to life as soon as his guests arrive, and the bloodshed starts again. It's about 45 minutes into the film before Lee appears, and when he does, he doesn't utter a single word throughout the film, but he doesn't have to, the imposing fear he brings is enough. It does have good scares and is beautifully made as well.
Robert B (jp) wrote: Awful soundtrack, Michelle Johnson's impressive breasts, Batman's butler... the end.
Richard G (es) wrote: this has got to be the worse dancing movie ever made. Horrible acting, horrible story line, bad dancing. The previews before the movie were more exciting.