Go for Broke!
A tribute to the U.S. 442nd Regimental Combat Team, formed in 1943 by Presidential permission with Japanese-American volunteers. We follow the training of a platoon under the rueful command of Lt. Mike Grayson who shares common prejudices of the time. The 442nd serve in Italy, then France, distinguishing themselves in skirmishes and battles; gradually and naturally, Grayson's prejudices evaporate with dawning realization that his men are better soldiers than he is.
- Stars:Van Johnson, Lane Nakano, George Miki, Akira Fukunaga, Ken K. Okamoto, Henry Oyasato, Harry Hamada, Henry Nakamura, Warner Anderson, Don Haggerty, Gianna Maria Canale, Dan Riss,
- Director:Robert Pirosh,
- Writer:Robert Pirosh
The story of Japanese-American soldiers who fought in Europe during World War II. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Go for Broke! torrent reviews
(ru) wrote: Very watchable, Kevin James makes this film.
(es) wrote: 'Roads to Koktebel' is a simple and a very touching film. It may appear peaceful on the outside, but there is a lot more going on between the father and the son than the dialogue sometimes reveals. Great camerawork, top notch acting with very believable humanity. Anyone who thought that the film was cruel to the animals - the credits say that no animals were harmed in the making of the film. Besides, if you've ever lived by the sea, you'd know that seagulls are like the rats of the sky. The ending was perfect, though sad... leaving the viewers with hope of a new life for the characters.
(ag) wrote: Love the books, and these movies don't disappoint. Sofia is perfect as Eloise.
(de) wrote: It's ok, nothing spectacular about it. It's well done and all, have good shots of Rio, I like bossa nova. So it worked for me.
(jp) wrote: the beginning is by far the best part. the second half doesn't compare. but I'd say its still a watchable flick
(ag) wrote: Playing like a mishmash of Kicking and Screaming and Maurice without the former's insufferable characters and the latter's glacial pace, Another Country is both consistently funny and legitimately sad, serving as an indictment of the systemic homophobia that permeated the English aristocracy of the 1930s as well as a lighthearted boarding school romance story (although it suffers from an easy narrative bookending device utilized by countless other films).
(jp) wrote: most original Graffiti movie there is
(fr) wrote: I had to take off half a star for Hooters jokes and really the way they tried to resolve the movie.This movie was so funny to me. The Sprouse twins played their part beautifully, being a convincing mix of having fun and unbearable tantrum. Sandler felt like how I think I would handle my first child, should that ever happen.
(de) wrote: Es una pelcula entretenida, aunque esperaba ms de las canciones.
(gb) wrote: This was certainly not one of Paul Walker's or Laurence Fishburne's finest roles. Poor directing, loose plot, and laughable action scenes make this movie a bust.