Major Daniel Kirby takes command of a squadron of Marine fliers just before they are about to go into combat. While the men are well meaning, he finds them undisciplined and prone to always finding excuses to do what is easy rather than what is necessary. The root of the problem is the second in command, Capt. Carl 'Griff' Griffin. Griff is the best flier in the group but Kirby finds him a poor commander who is not prepared to the difficult decision that all commanders have to make - to put men in harm's way knowing that they may be killed.
- Stars:John Wayne, Robert Ryan, Don Taylor, Janis Carter, Jay C. Flippen, William Harrigan, James Bell, Barry Kelley, Maurice Jara, Adam Williams, James Dobson, Carleton Young, Michael St. Angel, Brett King, Gordon Gebert,
- Director:Nicholas Ray,
- Writer:James Edward Grant (screenplay), Kenneth Gamet (story)
Major Kirby leads The Wildcats squadron into the historic WWII battle of Guadalcanal. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Flying Leathernecks torrent reviews
(es) wrote: Encantador, potico, triste, generoso.
(au) wrote: great feel good film with fantastic soundtrack
(kr) wrote: 3/5 It was okay, but I was expecting it to be even funnier and it was pretty funny as is.
(gb) wrote: Funny and cute. I would watch this movie with my nephew.
(de) wrote: Jeff Garlin uses his experience on 'Curb Your Enthusiasm' to craft this quirky romantic comedy. While nowhere near as awkward or as funny as an average episode of 'Curb' this is a sweet little movie that doesn't reach for audience approval by delievering an idyllic resolution. It's truthful and bittersweet.
(nl) wrote: sucked to me...went on and on and on...and just cause kristen stewart is a big name now she's barely in here though she gets a credit in the info on cable and i thought i would see more of her because of that...
(fr) wrote: Military exercises for the pre-adulescent.
(de) wrote: Right after church, everything went kablowee Emmett Foley is a veteran of the Korean War who suffers from post dramatic stress symptoms from the war. He flips-out on Valentine?s Day and begins shooting a pistol around his neighborhood. He is arrested and sent to a mental institute in Chattahoochee Florida. Foley quickly discovers the treatment of patients in the institute is worse than anything he experienced in the war. ?He didn?t kick himself in the balls.? Mick Jackson, director of LA Story, The Bodyguard, Volcano, Traffic, Strange World, and Temple Grandin, delivers Chattahoochee. The storyline for this picture is based on the real life events of Chris Calhoun. This was a fascinating film with brilliant character development. The cast was remarkable and included Gary Oldman, Dennis Hopper, Frances McDormand, and Ned Beatty. ?Did I win?? ?You don?t smell like it.? This film initially grabbed my attention while flicking through the channels due to its unusual name (I had never heard of Chattahoochee Florida) and the remarkable cast. This film was wonderful and reminded me a little of Brubaker. While there are a ton of these films based on mistreatment in prisons or insane asylums, this was an interesting depiction of the struggles of a war veteran with the mistreatment of prison inmates. I do recommend seeing this movie and reading the brief wikipedia article on Chris Calhoun. ?Maybe I am stupid like everyone says.? Grade: B
(jp) wrote: An earthbound Avatar. Haven't seen it for a while, but used to watch it over and over. Beautiful.
(it) wrote: A fun exploitation film with sparks of brilliance. Unfortunately it also has its fair share of moments that drag. Overall, it's enjoyable, but it could have been trimmed down.
(nl) wrote: Two men with their motorcycles.Fine characters and the theme, but could not get the best out of it. The film was slow, though that's the way of it. The story seems very interesting, but that continued from the earlier event which the film did not cover. So it was built on that about a native American who avenged his mother's death and now on the run, chased by an FBI agent. At some point they are going to encounter and what happens then is what puts the end to this narration.Jason Momoa starred, written, produced and directed the film. I'm really impressed by the attempt, but the film is not going to be enjoyed by everyone. It's a road movie, cross country journey, but filled with more drama than the bike ride or the roadside views. That's fine because it was about the family, and the native Americans who are still suffering from the outrageous acts committed by some of the white men.The narration lacked the appeal, because of the dullness in its scenes. But still there some very good scenes. So it feels more like a TV film and the viewers with no expectation could have a decent time. The end disappointed me, because the rest of the story was developed from the one side, that makes you are forced to believe whatever the film says. You will never have your point of view on what the film deals. If you compromise on that, it will be a better film for you.6/10
(br) wrote: A great musical about the life of the vaudevillian theater actor, writer, dancer, musician and singer of the early 20th century, George M. Cohan, "the man who owned Broadway", and played memorably by James Cagney, who gained fame playing gangsters, but won an oscar singing and dancing in this fantastic movie. This is another film made at the start of WWII, and contains several well-done patriotic songs as well. Irresistible music.