The men of Bravo Company are facing a battle that's all uphill… up Hamburger Hill. Fourteen war-weary soldiers are battling for a mud-covered mound of earth so named because it chews up soldiers like chopped meat. They are fighting for their country, their fellow soldiers and their lives. War is hell, but this is worse. Hamburger Hill tells it the way it was, the way it really was. It's a raw, gritty and totally unrelenting dramatic depiction of one of the fiercest battles of America's bloodiest war. This happened. Hamburger Hill - war at its worst, men at their best.
- Category:Action, Drama, Thriller, War
- Stars:Dylan McDermott, Don Cheadle, Steven Weber, Courtney B. Vance, Anthony Barrile, Michael Boatman,
- Director:John Irvin, John Irvin,
- Writer:James Carabatsos
The movie is a very realistic interpretation of one of the bloodiest battles of the Vietnam War. Hamburger Hill not only underlines the futility of the war but also the pressures brought to bear upon the troops by an insensitive, often hostile media. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Hamburger Hill torrent reviews
(nl) wrote: Kinda hard to believe where this film went but it was ok for a free viewing. I don't believe in aliens...
(de) wrote: Weird yet mildly entertaining. Worth a look if you like these actors but definitely nowhere near their best work.
(jp) wrote: Aside from the incredibly ludicrous plot, a lot of the puns and metaphors make the film damn near unbearable minus a couple decent ones, except for the one they can't make because it's a kids movie. I think the DreamWorks executives had a little beestiality on their minds. (I regret nothing) 2.5/5.
(jp) wrote: Its fair share of Mickey Mouse bullshit, but levels out toward the end.
(ag) wrote: This movie is soooo good. It is really sad. I got choked up several times. A must see!!!
(de) wrote: Chilling ,,disturbing and haunting ..
(br) wrote: interesting; yet weak. i hate the mopey voice of the lead actress - it sounds like she is constantly depressed [maybe she was?] at least there was a bit of a story behind this movie; but not substantial enough to inspire me.
(fr) wrote: this is clear postmodernist v marxist dialogue to me. the acting is a bit cryptic on the part of the student/woman and that is ok, it sends a message in itself. the professor antagonizes everything. almost nihilistic, a great truth-teller always referring to how people feel, relying on the emotional truth about people, referring to a kind of intangible truth that the student cannot understad. she referrs to the equally intangible HUMAN RIGHT, but forces fact upon the professor, destroying his life with words and claiming rightiousness as a revolutionary. the central point is ambiguous as it should be. the end is faar more complex than it seems and i highly recommend this to any student of philosophy and feminism.
(us) wrote: Makes you wonder if this could happen today. Players loathing cheap owners, throwing games, etc.
(jp) wrote: Constantly entertaining with a heavy sense of nostalgia.
(fr) wrote: Illuminated by wonderful acting led by Jeremy Davies and Clea DuVall, this Helter Skelter remake offers a more fascinating look at the inner life of the Manson family rather than the dry procedural of the trial that locked them away.
(us) wrote: Love love love this movie!
(mx) wrote: From Hammer, who around this time made a series of psychological thrillers, to try and get away from the gothic horrors they were becoming renowned for. This one was directed by Freddie Francis, (Paranoiac (1963), The Evil of Frankenstein (1964) and Dracula Has Risen from the Grave (1968)) and produced and written by Hammer veteran Jimmy Sangster. It's a very stylish and compelling thriller, done with panache. It has American Chris Smith (Robert Webber) who was found on the side of the road after a bad car accident, and is suffering a nasty case of amnesia. He has been having sessions with Dr. Keller (Anthony Newlands) to try and see if he can remember anything, but with no luck. Chris only has one clue, a photograph of model Denise James (Lelia Goldoni), but private investigator Hemmings (Maurice Denham) is having no luck finding her. But a mysterious benefactor has given Chris a luxury penthouse apartment to live in, although Chris seems to be hearing noises coming from next door, even though the flat next door is unoccupied and derelict... It's a good thriller, and it does have a very jazzy flavour to it, it's a different kind of Hammer film, and their thrillers certainly had more style. However, Hammer have blood on display in this one, and a few cheeky references to Psycho (1960) along the way. But this manages to be complex and a very engaging film.
(kr) wrote: Not as good sequal to trancers, seems to be a even lower budget then before. Its good that they have pretty much the same cast as the original including helen hunt. megan ward is also a welcome addition as deth's old wife trapped in the past. But the story isnt as interesting with the bad guys brother from the first film is now making trancers in the past.
(kr) wrote: I just watched this film and I thought it was a very touching story about grief and guilt. It may have been a little on the slow moving side but to me that made it feel realistic . I felt like I was watching a novel come to life but as far as I know this was not based on one. I thought James Franco was brilliant in this film. When I cry at the end of a movie it means I was very moved and that's why I think this was a very good film.