Fires of Kuwait

Fires of Kuwait

After Saddam Hussein had the Kuwait Oil wells lit up, teams from all over the world fought those fires for months. They had to save the oil resources, as well as reduce air pollution. The different teams developed different techniques of extinguishing the fires. Man's emergency creativity can be seen at it's best.

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Paul E (us) wrote: finally managed to get to see this after 7 yrs and it was worth the wait. Its well voiced, and a good story. Its difficult to juggle such a large cast of characters but JL:NF does it well. The animation style works too, capturing the feel of the era its set in.

Amanda A (mx) wrote: It never gets old! It was the best actor couple up!

Walfisch C (au) wrote: QUE PELICULA!!!!! LA VERIA UNA VEZ POR SEMANA

Colleen T (jp) wrote: It wanders at times, but it's still very good. Typical Coppola.

bill s (it) wrote: Just a strange.ugly script makes for the same type unwanted film.

Stella D (de) wrote: this one is better than kitano's :) why don't they quit messin with him? he seems like a nice guy!

Tara H (au) wrote: Starts off as a fairly run-of-the-mill thriller, but director fritz Lang lives up to his reputation with a great twist at the end. Dana Andrews plays the flawed hero, Joan Fontaine his girl, and Barbara Nichols the showgirl who comes between them.

Toribio H (ag) wrote: As shocking as it is enlightening. As sickening as it is encouraging. There are more sensationalization here and testimonials than cold hard facts which I think made the film's impact to me as a viewer lesser than it should have been. The opinions of the interviewees are presented at the front and the supporting facts as some sort of back-up. This might show the movie as ramblings of the over-agitated to those who are not easily converted. The movie lifted the veil but it did not go deeper than that. Nonetheless I've never thought I would be happy and blessed to be living in third world Philippines. Here eating healthier is the cheaper choice.

Gerry R (kr) wrote: Great first half but after the 'ending' is revealed half-way through it just becomes an unintentional comedy of ridiculousness- ludicrous, shallow, and just downright dumb. I haven't read it but this may be one of those cases where the book provided the depth and insight (in this case, about marriage) along with the racy thrilling story, while the film just provides the story (as is so often, sadly, the case) which story, in and of itself, is pretty stupid. After the clever mid-film reveal, and subsequent idiocy, I couldn't wait for it to end- and thus it failed in its only raison d'etre- to be entertaining. And then you realize it's just another 2 hours of your life you won't get back. Blithely misogynist, semi-pretentious crap, is all it is, in the end.

Cassandra M (br) wrote: There is only one thing negative I could say about Gregory's Girl...it makes you sad that the innocence of first love and first dates is gone forever, and also makes me wish my school had been as cool as Gregory's. Excellent performances by all and sundry, no attempts to sacrifice realism for laughs and Clare Grogan at her prettiest. Special mention must be given to the music, wonderfully twee and with a kind of nostalgic delight. Only Bill Forsyth seems able to avoid mawkishness yet still make utterly inoffensive and delectable movies. One of my top ten favourite films and one I never stop enjoying.

Jon F (nl) wrote: good for a watch but only once or twice? the carnival seen was cool. really the ending it made the movie seem pointless?

(ru) wrote: A very well written movie about certain manners we all should learn and a very nice job may I add.