Ears, Open. Eyeballs, Click.

Ears, Open. Eyeballs, Click.

There is no plot.. but rather an observation of Platoon 1141, Company C, 1st Recruit Training Battalion, Marine Corps Recruit Depot San Diego, California. From the initial bus ride to the depot until graduation.

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Dusty H (jp) wrote: Best ending ever. Even better than the Wild Bunch

Mathia L (us) wrote: A FILM FOR THE INTELLIGENT, DISCERNING VIEWERThe Seminarian is a very thought-provoking movie that challenges what love is, who God is, what it means to be a gay Christian. Great movie to watch as a prelude for meaningful discussions

Yon C (gb) wrote: Amazing stories from courageous ex North Koreans. It's true North Korea needs saved. A good time to start would be now.

Filipa S (br) wrote: Liked a lot. Nice story and ending.

Mark K (it) wrote: still not funny black people

Edgar C (de) wrote: Perhaps the best non-Miike film Miike has ever done. Its beauty and plot are undeniably present all the time. It may have some crazy typical Miike touches here and there, but the film is just plain beautiful. Excellent and unusual gem baptized with an aura of tranquility. 87/100

Wednesday T (au) wrote: Fun movie, I really loved Patrick McGoohan's acting in this. Also, cute kids and animals. It's very enjoyable, one of the best Disney from this decade.

Greg W (mx) wrote: I think a better title 4 this would b 'trains & trucks' 4 this WWII tale post WWII-Russian style.

David W (gb) wrote: The connection between Tom Cruise and Dustin Hoffman's characters really show brothers helping each other out with Barry Levinson's directing on spot

Marco F (ca) wrote: This is great entertainment for all ages. I might not have had as high an opinion of it as other people but it is still a great achievement.

Adam D (ag) wrote: It's Herbie, 'nuff said :)

Al M (us) wrote: Essentially a Canadian rip-off of Halloween 2 with its hospital setting, Visiting Hours is an at-times entertaining slasher film, but it drags a bit, partly because it is too long and partly because it gets too caught up in its drama about a reporter who champions women's rights and rape victims. The film never seems to know whether it wants to be a serious film about trauma and survivors or a mindless slasher film. Performances by Michael Ironside and William Shatner bolster the film somewhat, but it is ultimately dragged down by this conflict between tones and genres. Still, if you are an 80s slasher fan, then it is a must see...