This feature length documentary is a heart wrenching true life crime saga about the men and women of law enforcement and their selfless acts of courage under fire. The film takes place in ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Heroes Behind the Badge: Sacrifice & Survival
Heroes Behind The Badge - Sacrifice & Survival is a heart-wrenching true-life crime saga about the men and women of law enforcement and their selfless acts of courage under fire.
- Stars:Vincent D'Onofrio,
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Lehho R (us) wrote: Saw this in the middle of the night during HBO's middle-of-the-night lineup of B-sides, some time in the early '90s. For some unexplainable reason, I freaking loved it.
Jimmy W (br) wrote: not enough interaction with others like in other apocalyptic survival movies but great drama with two amazing actresses.
(kr) wrote: Aun cuando la pelcula sufre de una ligera sobredosis de bromas orientadas al publico gay y muestra innecesariamente escenas de sexo en un tono lascivo, tiene valor al presentar (hasta cierto punto) algunos de los problemas que afrontan los individuos y las parejas dentro de la comunidad de 'osos'.
Joel A (es) wrote: A very confronting documentary that just further cements my distrust in structured governments not like I need any more.The story of how collectively the motor & oil companies with the aid of the government destroyed the electric car.It clearly was not only a better, greener & safer option it was a lot cheaper than gasoline so it's no surprise really why they wanted 2 axe it.Full if interesting interviews & inside information scary the power the corporations have to run this world of our, truly the route of all evil is money.
Alex r (jp) wrote: A crossover made TV film with the Puppetmaster characters and Demonic Toys might be a somewhat bizarre, yet interesting affair if it would have been done right. However, like with every other sequel in this mess of a series, Puppetmaster VS Demonic Toys is one of the most awful films in horror. I've seen a lot of films, but this one is bad, stupid with poor ideas on-screen. This might have worked if there would have been an interesting angle on the subject, unfortunately this feels like the scriptwriters just didn't care about the end result, and it clearly shows on-screen. Everything about the film suffers, from the cast, to the story to the directing, everything is poorly done and this film ends up like every other sequel in the series, an awful mess that isn't worth watching. The poorly written script is one of many bad things going wrong for this film. I hated the film, thought it was a waste of time. As a horror film, it fails, if this is supposed to be funny, sort of like a comedy horror film, well it isn't. I found it appalling at how bad this film was. The film should never have been made and there's nothing to enjoy about the film. There was potential in the film, and if they would have done it in the series early years, when the sequels weren't as bad as they became in subsequent years, then maybe this film would have turned out good. Unfortunately this is yet a film that misses the mark, and isn't worth watching.
Grant H (ca) wrote: Great movie. Intense, sickening, powerful, with incredible performances from its cast. The direction and editing are fantastic as the movie progresses.
Justin M (ca) wrote: man thats a funny movie
Pete W (ru) wrote: A very enjoyable film,one for all the family,all the guest appearances like John barrow man,Kimberley Walsh and javine to name a few,the music is excellent,well worth seeing.
mirabella 1 (jp) wrote: The final offering in Lindsay Anderson's famous trilogy starring Malcolm McDowell as Mick Travis, from rebel schoolboy in the groundbreaking film, If....(1969), to coffee salesman confronting a new world of corruption & big business ruthlessness in O Lucky Man! (1973), to his unfortunate end as the antomical experimental creation of mad scientist, Graham Crowden in this 1983 grand finale.
bill b (br) wrote: A positive surprise!!!
Seth W (jp) wrote: Just watched the movie for the first time. Thought it was really good. Not exactly sure if it would really work like that lol. But deffinilty a good movie.
Lars P (es) wrote: Switch off your brain, get the popcorn out & enjoy. Stevie can not disappoint, since we all know he cannot act to save his life. And if you twitter at the same time at least part of your time was not completely wasted. Life has so MUCH to offer, but not this film.
Denislav R (es) wrote: A film that proves that a fun premise, a good director, Peter Dinklage, Pac-man and Donkey Kong are no match for Adam Sandler. An awful movie on so many levels. And I hate to say it but I like it. It has it's moments. Plus I like that the movie is one big wish-fulfillment. I like the concept of it. But damn was it awful. I can't belive they made Kevin James the president (although if he was against Trump or Hillary it doesn't seem that farfetched, now does it). And the ending was very disturbing.
Aster G (kr) wrote: Breaks the stereotypes in horror movies with reversed role of hillbillies and the typical kids-in-the-woods cliche.