Hell and Back Again
What does it mean to lead men in war? What does it mean to come home? Hell and Back Again is a cinematically revolutionary film that asks and answers these questions with a power and intimacy no previous film about the conflict in Afghanistan has been able to achieve. It is a masterpiece in the cinema of war.
- Stars:Nathan Harris, Ashley Harris, The Marines of Echo Company, Christian Cabaniss, Eric Meador, Ted Hubbard, Terry Roberts, Doug Webb, Robert Gaines, Matthew Swibe, Chris MacDonald,
- Country:USA, UK, Afghanistan
- Director:Danfung Dennis,
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Hell and Back Again torrent reviews
(kr) wrote: The most outrageous movie I've ever seen. With as sensitive as society is I'm very perplexed how ppl didn't boycott this movie. Its good for the audience that likes this kinda stuff. It took South Park, Family Guy, Simpsons and other social commentary shows to an insanely new level. It does particular have the same intellectual approach tho which is the flaw to this movie is it kinda makes no actual sense theres no bigger underlying message or true criticism to society. It takes hits to veganism, racism, sexism, "homophobia", pollution, human greed, etc etc etc but theres no real point to the story.
(au) wrote: A realistic insight to the realm of public education.
(nl) wrote: A nice romance with a slightly different twist to it, I enjoyed it and the soundtrack was beautiful. Moretz' acting was ok for the most part, but it was enough to make me cry. The main guy's singing voice is great, but I didn't understand the reason behind some of the conflict between the two main characters, mostly because I don't understand that angst LOL
(es) wrote: A friend's recommendation reminded me that I saw this stunning documentary-style-film on PBS's Independent Lens. The literary world of the Harlem Renaissance is more central to this than homosexuality amongst African American men (see Paris is Burning for the best film on that topic). It's admirable unabashed reality and as result, quite depressing at moments with an overall tone of bittersweetness.I think this is a very important film for young artists, especially writers, to see.
(us) wrote: Really promising start-first 5 minutes were epic. From then onwards the story became confusing and complicated and I quickly got bored. A long film too.
(ca) wrote: Brilliant script that was well executed.
(ca) wrote: dull plodding biblical epic
(nl) wrote: Yeesh. What a mess.......
(br) wrote: What a misconceived exercise in science fiction. Perhaps the makers were solidly assured that no matter what they did, people would laugh at it. Their grave mistake: comedic interludes, painful like severe sciatica.They should have stuck with sincerity, and it would have saved us from laughing with derision. There are some excellent visuals, however.
(es) wrote: This really didn't do much for me. I admire Jack Hill's attempt at making a more meaningful film than just a T& A exploitation flik. However, I just didn't think its Shakespearean themes meshed well with the hammy dialogue and absurd street life scenarios. Also, I really don't like Robbie Lee. She talks between her teeth. Ugh!
(ru) wrote: This is actually one of the more deserving Best Picture winners--beautifully produced, stylishly written and acted, with one of Meryl Streep's stronger performances. If you love, as I do, Hollywood's historic potential for romantic epics that are both lush and intelligent, you won't be disappointed. None of the film's "flaws"--a lack of appropriate accent here, a 162-minute running time there--distract from the telling of the story, "a story told well," to borrow a line from the movie. Especially notable is John Barry's grand score, maybe his best work since "The Lion in Winter" (and every bit as poignant as that score was forceful). At the very least, at its worst, it beats the heck out of "Titanic."