Fortunes of War

Fortunes of War

When Canadian diplomat Carl Pimmler sends his friend Peter Kernan and his wife Johanna to deliver medicine to the deep jungles of Cambodia, but Peter gets more than he bargained for when the journey ends in a fight for survival. Peter must use his experience and knowledge of South East Asia to get them out of this dangerous mess.

When Canadian diplomat Carl Pimmler sends his friend Peter Kernan and his wife Johanna deep into the jungles of Cambodia to deliver a truck load of medicine, he fails to tell him about true... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Fortunes of War torrent reviews

Dave N (it) wrote: didn't expect to enjoy this as much as i did!

Nishlank J (mx) wrote: This is an intelligently composed, crisply edited, sometimes amusing, but otherwise unremarkable cross/double cross gangster picture.

Pablo C (br) wrote: Pobre perrito del espacio

Angelina C (au) wrote: It is an interesting but true fact that that other nations like England, New Zealand, Russia and some other countries all gave women the vote before America did. A truly remarkable story with an impressive casts. Strong performances from its leads, and Hilary Swank and Frances O'Connor. Swank portrays an American feminist who risked her life to fight for women's citizenship and the right to vote. Swank certainly proves she's got what it takes to play this indomitable spirit. This HBO feature is an inspiring but also an excruciating look at what women were willing to sacrifice and what humiliations they were willing to endure to secure a woman's right to vote even as America stood on the precipice of WWI. The movie does not flinch away from the brutality that women suffered while in prison. Lookout for Vera Farmiga.

Crystal W (ru) wrote: classic X-mas movie. I watch it every year.

August C (us) wrote: This is one of this reviews I half to finish laughing about before I type, Genetically engineered Chicken give birth to blood thirsty dino, also virus causes women to give birth to Dino eggs, Wtf? best Special Effects was the blonds makeup, and thats more credit than due.

Landon V (es) wrote: I really don't know which is better the original or this out of the original 80s Friday the 13th movies. These are the best 80s, not whole franchise just 80s. Back to the movie, the kills are well done and can be freaky in lots of ways and make it unique. Even if its not really scary the kills are still good in any time. The cast is not relevant today but meh they are cheesy acting so its okay. The plot is the same old cabin in the woods teenagers get murdered and yadaydadyada but its how its is. This is also Jason Voorhess first time as the slaughtering maniac which is really what its iconic for. However the plot twist is so bad its good or the ending is... never-mind. The mask is just a bag but it actually makes seance Jason cant find anything else to cover his face. Enjoyable, fun, cliched, cheesy, meh scary, and recommended to slasher fans. 4 stars 82%

Jeffrey F (us) wrote: this is one of my top 5 comedy movies of ALL time along with Spaceballs and Monty Python's Holy Grail. Also, Harvey Korman my be one of the most under-rated actors of all time. I can watch this at any time <3

Becs D (nl) wrote: After years of battling about which is the better Actor, De Niro and finally appear together for a full film. It's not either of the veteran Actors best movies, but it is very watchable to the very end and worthy of a watch.

Ken F (it) wrote: I LOVED this movie. Why isn't it rated higher????????!!!!

Dan G (ru) wrote: The best and most theatrical of Gray's 3 available filmed monologues, this is a rare film I find I am able to watch over and over without growing tired of it. Gray's energy is nothing short of astonishing and his storytelling prowess is nothing short of monumental. The balance between Gray's ranting with lighting cues and shadow plays going on in the background makes what one would suspect would be a very visually static piece instead something full of life. Considering that this is just a filmed one man show, that it is full of energy and is utterly captivating even to watch and not just to listen to is a huge accomplishment.