Navy Lieutenant Tufts accompanies scout Quincy Wyatt into the Everglades to rout the Seminole Indians who are threatening the early settlers in Florida. When the command is forced to run, Wyatt and Seminole Chief Oscala square off in an exciting climax. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Tony Raul G (au) wrote: The picture starts off slow in the beginning, but one Talor Kitsch character get to the village it does begin to take off with a few rough edges, but it does get there in the end.
Trameka H (es) wrote: Pretty informational. Great if you love Bob.
Scott M (br) wrote: Entertaining to a point, but not great. Steve Carell has done better movies than this.
Erika G (ca) wrote: Cool superhero movie.
Shane G (au) wrote: One of our favorites. Usually watch it several times a year.
Robert L (it) wrote: Favorite vampire movie of all time definitely 2 thumbs up.
Jackson C (nl) wrote: Perhaps the biggest cast you could get at the time in Asia, as well as one of the most iconic director in the world, Wong Kar-Wai. Visually perfect as always, coupled with memorable characters, 2046 is unmistakably a Wong film. Perhaps only he could get these actors and actresses to star in 2-bit roles. Like other of Wong's films, what the story lacks, the film compensates itself with amazing atmosphere. I probably won't remember anything about the film's story, but I will definitely remember the characters and settings designs. However, I am not a fan of the setting of the 2046 world, it feels too superfluous but perhaps it is because of the lacking in technology.
Randy T (ru) wrote: Unembellished and matter-of-fact. Melville masterfully spotlights the French Resistance without martyring the Nazi regime that spawned it.
Brian W (jp) wrote: Classic Abbott & Costello!
Daniel A (br) wrote: It might be Bette Davis' name above the title but Watch on the Rhine is very much an ensemble piece. Elevated by several strong performances, the film is a rather worthy propaganda piece, with a message that sadly gets in the way of the drama. Though the film's theatrical qualities have been criticised--it's very wordy and sometimes feels a little phoney--the story itself is solid enough and told with great conviction. Likewise the characters are interesting, largely thanks to the actors portraying them; Davis is fine but far from her best, while Paul Lukas is great opposite her in his Oscar-winning turn. Overall a decent picture but very much a product of its time.
Charlene (jp) wrote: Just watch this on Youtube and sat through the entire movie, to my surprise... I enjoyed it.9:15pm thursday December 27 2012.
kaila m (au) wrote: this movie is awesome
Nick B (es) wrote: Not great. Not bad. I dunno, maybe it was a little bad. There wasn't much sacrifice in this movie. It seems that everybody got what they wanted. So I guess it was kind of boring in that sense. I giggled a couple times though.
Panta O (mx) wrote: This Swedish adult (not the type just coming to your mind) animated science-fiction movie is directed by Tarik Saleh. The interesting but very simplistic screenplay was written by Fredrik Edin, Stig Larsson, and Tarik Saleh after a story by Tarik Saleh, Fredrik Edin and Martin Hultman. I loved the animation technique which uses actual photographs been altered and heavily stylized in a computer program, to finally be animated. The visual style is inspired by the works of Terry Gilliam, Roy Andersson and Yuriy Norshteyn but it kept its originality. I will say that Orwellian element are obvious in the story about terrifying Europe where the world is running out of oil, and a private underground network is created by joining all the various undergrounds together underneath Europe. The main character is Roger (Vincent Gallo) from Stockholm and he avoids the underground because he finds it disturbing. He uses a banned bicycle for transportation but soon things are starting to happen and he has no option but to use the underground. His problem is that sometimes when he is too near the transport network, he hears a strange voice in his head... I liked the idea that ordinary people spotted on the streets were used as models for the characters. The main character Roger is based on a chef who worked at a restaurant in Stockholm where the Atmo (the developers of the story) employees were regulars, and Nina was found in a make-up store. Vincent Gallo accepted his part as the lead voice actor after having seen 30 seconds of finished animation as well as hearing that German actor Udo Kier, of whom Gallo was a fan, already was attached to the project. As a movie I enjoyed it, even with the lack of effective narration, mainly because of the dark toned photography with a unique look and excellent collage of music, animation and suspense. Metropia has been awarded the prestigious "Future Film Festival Digital Award 2009" at the 66th Venice International Film Festival, recognized as "In perfect harmony with the story". I hope you'll have a chance to enjoy it.
WS W (ag) wrote: Rather cliched, but unfunny.
CLiare P (nl) wrote: The movie had me confused from the start. Also, I'm done with these POV/shaky cam productions. I didn't like how the movie was filmed. The only thing I really liked was that this movie had a plot. But while watching, it didn't grasp my attention, I was bored throughout it. The movie had great potential but fall short of it. Not much horror about it, but decent acting throughout. This is something you watch one and never again.