No one in high command believed that German forces would attack in the sub zero temperatures and near blizzard conditions. As the pre-dawn attack comes, with communications down Sgt. Smith is left with no choice but to make his way through enemy fire, unarmed and wounded, into town and warn of the coming attack. Based on actual accounts "Everyman's War" explores the heroic events of this decorated veterans courage and the struggle between duty and desire. Between the prospect of the life and love, Dorine that waits at home and the harsh realities of war which marks the pivotal epoch in his life as he discovers that the loss of hope can be worse than the loss of life. One man's courage... One man's hope...Everyman's War.
Mikey S (fr) wrote: I love beer I try not to the big brand beers cause they taste the same...I dink a small Canadian beer called steam whistle ...but this doc just shows you why I don't drink the big brands. This movie is well informed and should be seen BUY
Liy D (ca) wrote: A pretty corny and ridiculous movie with a half assed script and piss poor acting. It was funny, but I'll probably never see it again.
Amanda H (gb) wrote: Strike 1: The formulaic plot. Strike 2: The sub-par actors. Strike 3: The subtitles and horrible production quality. I watched less than 20 minutes of this, skipped to the middle to see if it looked like I might be missing anything good, saw that I wasn't, and turned it off. This isn't worth the hour and 45 minutes or the electricity needed to run my DVD player.
Leonardo Malacay S (au) wrote: Esta pelcula lleg en un momento de mi vida muy particular y por eso la aprecio Martin (Hache) es una reflexin sobre la vida y el como la vivimos
Tristan P (fr) wrote: Awful British attempt to create a Freddy Krueger/Chucky/ Djinn style horror icon. How sad that a legend like Christopher Lee was reduced to appearing in garbage like this... at least now he's in expensive garbage that he must get paid a lot better for.
Breanne B (us) wrote: A fine and realistic Depression-era film with solid performances by Streep and Nicholson.
Amy L (nl) wrote: Yes, courtesy of Fox Classic on cable last night, I was able to relive one of my favourite horse movies. I watched it so many times as a young girl. Tom Burlinson's acting and riding was so good in this film. Was so nice to relive this movie again last night :o)
Mike B (kr) wrote: Not bad for an early 80s TV Halloween flick.
Michael H (gb) wrote: Intelligence. I suppose that's the word. In "Klute" you don't have two attractive acting vacuums reciting speeches at each other. With Fonda and Sutherland, you have actors who understand and sympathize with their characters, and you have a vehicle worthy of that sort of intelligence. So the fact that the thriller stuff doesn't always work isn't so important.
Jeff S (ru) wrote: Did not care for this at all. Jane Fonda overacting bigtime was annoying. And the story/forced drama felt way too rushed. Trying to remember if I enjoyed reading the play in college.
Brandon S (fr) wrote: Low budget horror film released on Something Weird Video has it's moments but overall is too cheap to be enjoyed. A group of college students go into the Everglades to study an ancient Indian burial ground, like that sounds like a good idea and then get slowly picked off by the spirit of a witchdoctor that works through animals. Some decent kill scenes are lost in a minimal plot and unprofessional acting.
WK J (au) wrote: Still better than any Sci-Fi Original.
Steven S (de) wrote: As a WW2 submarine war buff this is a great movie. Several of the events of the movie are a compilation of actual events that occured. John Wayne delivers in this movie as usual.
Michael A (ru) wrote: Goofy grade B scifi flick from the early 90's
Andrew S (ag) wrote: Crazy storyline which seems to work. Some nice gun to fun standoffs. Can't imagine anyone else starring in this - Travolta and Cage are perfect. Decent direction by John Woo.
Ken S (br) wrote: I'm not sure how I feel about "Marnie". The film is a well crafted Hitchcock picture in many ways, with great cinematography, good leads in Tippi Hedren (who gives quite the performance) and Sean Connery (starring in between two Bond films), but it also has things that I find hard to digest...like a guy who takes a female thief and essentially blackmails her into marriage, and then after claiming to respect her decisions, rapes her...which I could all take in if this guy was painted as a villain or got punished in some way in the end...but he is the hero of the film, and the end of the film makes it seem like everything he did was for the good of the woman. I find that a hard pill to swallow. It is a technically well made film, with a great performance from Hedren, but I just didn't buy major elements of the storyline, at least in the sense that the ending of the film feels all wrong based on the story that is portrayed on screen.