Het Bombardement

Het Bombardement

A thrilling love story between the young boxer Vincent and the German Eva, who soon has to marry with the middle-aged Dirk to save her family. While the war starts in the Netherlands their impossible love inflames. May 14, 1940, the day that the centre of Rotterdam is bombed and the young lovers lose sight of each other.

In 1940, a struggling poor young man falls for a girl who must pay a terrible price to save her mentally disabled brother by marring a powerful shrewed businessman. Then Rotterdam Blitz, a devastating German bombardment, begins. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Jan P (de) wrote: ...this movie loves you...feels just like like a proper hug from a friend

Syt N (de) wrote: Woodstock's kinda cool...Mite wanna watch.....

Jay B (jp) wrote: I was a better breaker when I was a kid on the East Side of Detroit

Adam R (jp) wrote: Kathy Bates is in top form as the sympathetic title character. (First and only viewing - 9/26/2014)

Desmond R (ca) wrote: I'm watching this again tonight after I get done with my freelancing.

M Z (br) wrote: Glamorous, sunk with sharp dialogs, even though for our straithforward eyes it might seem too much, since every character is sharp-spoken, yet it has that powerful confident boldness and iconic glamour. It has many iconic scenes to rewatch.

Matthew G (jp) wrote: This film made Kevin Smith, and for good reasons! For such a low budget film, it's so well crafted. Such an unexpected hit in '94, but anyone who knows film, knows the impact that was made with this prize. Also, it's worth noting that ANYONE who has ever worked retail of some sort can relate to Jeff Anderson in this film, it's literally how we all want(ed) to act!

John K (ag) wrote: One of the most original movies I've recently seen. Well done and has a pretty solid cast.

Flying S (br) wrote: Leonardo DiCaprio gives an incredible performance in this outstanding movie about one of the most iconic figures in American history.

Joanna B (br) wrote: In addition to having regrettably pre-chosen the week of the Sandy Hook murders to release a tactless film about an indiscriminate rampaging gunman, director Christopher McQuarrie adaptation of Lee Child's novel 'One Shot' (the ninth book of his best-selling suspense series) simply pales in comparison to its inspiration.Like a jigsaw, the books twisted pieces fit together to complete a perfect image and are perfectly measured fodder for their target reader as guilty-pleasure throw-away airport material. The film however, is a jostle mess of bad scripting, uneven acting, incomplete action sequences and a lack of direction. Failing on its attempt of a B-movie with crime vibe, it suffers from the limiting PG-13 rating and would barely hold attention as dreadful inflight viewing. At a Pittsburgh parking garage, a man deposits his quarter in the parking meter before gazing out across Allegheny River to the PNC park esplanade. Bang, bang, bang, bang, bang, bang rings out as the long-range scope of the rifle in his hand finds five random pedestrian targets. The overwhelming amount of clear evidence leads detective Emerson (David Oywlowo) to promptly arrest marksman James Barr (Joseph Sikora). But instead of signing a full confession for DA Alex Rodin (Richard Jenkins), the alleged killer scribbles a cryptic note to "get Jack Reacher".Puzzled, they attempt to find ex-military inspector 'Reacher' but he is simply a ghost - living in the shadow of society's blind spot. However after seeing the news report, Reacher arrives on cue of his own accord. Although, uncooperative to the prosecution it is obvious to Barr's attorney Helen Rodin (Rosamund Pike) that Reacher is not there to save her client, but to seal his fate.Disturb by the perfection of the evidence, the indignantly Reacher scrutinizes every element to find meaning behind the seemingly random shooting and finally punish Barr for past crimes. But sometimes when you look for answers, all you get is more questions and although unbound by the law, Reacher is compelled to do what is right. Age, stature, diction and authoritative presence deficient for our incorruptible taciturn hero, Cruise just doesn't have the glum brawny X factor or sharp-wittedness required for this enigmatic character, making the gapping chasm of modern action stars all the more apparent. In minor roles, Robert Duvall, Werner Herzog, Michael Raymond-James and James Martin Kelly make the most of their one-dimensional characters whilst newcomer, Australia's own Jai Courtney's second Hollywood role (as in Bruce Willis son in the next installment of his far more memorable action franchise) will hopefully do the future-star more justice. The Verdict: Although a nice respite from this months overly in-depth Oscar chasers, Jack Reacher is too dumbed-down from its sharp biting source material. If, as the books imply, a word can be more piercing than a bullet, then give me more words to shoot a this shamelessly money-grubbing franchise. Published: The Queanbeyan AgeDate of Publication: 12/01/2013

Calum R (kr) wrote: Peter Jackson brings a spectacular vision for the first movie in The Lord of The Rings trilogy. Though this is not my favourite of the films, the characters are very beliveable and the story very emotional.