For Whom the Bell Tolls
Spain in the 1930s is the place to be for a man of action like Robert Jordan. There is a civil war going on and Jordan who has joined up on the side that appeals most to idealists of that era -- like Ernest Hemingway and his friends -- has been given a high-risk assignment up in the mountains. He awaits the right time to blow up a bridge in a cave.
- Category:Action, Adventure, Drama, History, Romance, War
- Stars:Ingrid Bergman, Yvonne De Carlo, Gary Cooper, Yakima Canutt, ,
- Director:Sam Wood,
- Writer:Dudley Nichols (screen play), Ernest Hemingway (from the celebrated novel by)
In the Spain Civil war during World War 2, American soldier Robert Jordan fights in the International Brigades for the Republic against the fascist force. While on the way doing a desperate mission, Jordan finds romance with a Spanish girls and discovers the true meaning of the fight. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
For Whom the Bell Tolls torrent reviews
(ru) wrote: possible one of the worst films i saw :)
(mx) wrote: Classic opening scene!
(fr) wrote: It has a hot woman in it so I'm happy
(ca) wrote: Wonderfully complicated and featuring excellent performances from its cast, "Gosford Park" is a prim-and-proper whodunit from the mind of now-proliffic Julian Fellowes of "Downton Abbey".
(ca) wrote: Great performance but it lacks depth.
(ru) wrote: The characters are likeable and the plot is original so it should make for a good film. I think there are some hilarious jokes in here but sometimes Carrey is a bit too over the top with it. The finale is pretty ridiculous but the morals are good and it teaches you a subtle lesson.
(kr) wrote: You're acting like a wild animal!A father raising two boys while living and working in a hotel has promised them he'll take them on vacation. Unfortunately, a big time investor arrives at the hotel foiling their plans, as the dad will need to stay to provide special preferential treatment to the guest. The investor is actually a jewel thief with a trained monkey that helps him on his jobs. The monkey wants to escape a life of crime and there are two boys in the hotel that would love to help him!"Somebody in your kitchen has a hair loss problem."Ken Kwapis, director of A Walk in the Woods, The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants, He's just Not that into You, License to Wed, About a Boy, and Sexual Life, delivers Dunston Checks In. the storyline for this picture is dreadful and as you would expect for the genre. The acting is below par and the cast includes Jason Alexander, Faye Dunaway, Eric Lloyd, Judith Scott, and Rupert Everett. "Champagne?""Is it free?"My daughter loves animal movies so I had to watch this with her when I discovered it on HBOGO. She found it fairly funny but lost interest several times during the film. Overall, this is a below average children's film that is only worth watching if nothing else is on."He's absolutely incredible."Grade: F
(ru) wrote: A simple, yet wonderful modern French adaptation from one of the uncountable great novels that Georges Simenon ever wrote. Cute and heartwarming, yet depressing and reflexive romantic drama. Awesome ending if I might add. 70/100
(gb) wrote: "Scoop" is nothing special, nothing inventive, and even predictable. Yet the duo of Woody Allen and Scarlett Johansson is so attractive, we can't resist. This crime-comedy about a journalist trying to solve a case of serial murders, is hilarious. Does it make any difference Woody gave himself all the best lines? The master of one-liners strikes again. I'd like to add Hugh Jackman does a fine job as well, although his performance is not a stand out. And neither is Scarlett Johansson's. Whilst she was fine in the Allen persona role, it was simply OK. It is good enough to watch, but there were times we could sense someone else would be better suited for the role. Nonetheless, Allen keeps us laughing through this film, and that is it's saving grace from triteness ruining the whole experience.
(ag) wrote: A classic film which I still enjoyed watching 35 years later
(mx) wrote: This is easily the best film from Paul W.S. Anderson, and one that has held up to numerous revisits over the years with strong, disturbing visuals and a creepy attention to detail. The idea of a spaceship going to Hell and returning with a dark and sinister nature is unsettling as can be and very well-realized here.Well worth a look and recommended.
(ag) wrote: this is my favorite movies
(br) wrote: Very similar to A Nightmare on Elm Street. I enjoyed the special effects. The scene when they go inside the TV was my favorite part of the movie. If anything this is a guilty pleasure.
(jp) wrote: 141122: The NRA should adopt this movie for its pro gun stance. Marilyn should stick to singing (she does a few numbers in this movie) because she sure couldn't act, at least not during this film (and I'm not too familiar with her work, though I am with her reputation). Funny thing was, near the end of the movie, I was thinking she landed exactly where she belonged...but. I loved how the movie ended but it was a slow journey to me. I was hoping to hear Mark say "I'll take it", while proudly holding his new rifle at the end of the movie (this is not a spoiler so watch the film). Felt Marilyn's dress was not appropriate for the film either but I guess, in those days, they appreciated her assets. Anyway, other than pace, not a bad film.