Hitler's Last Train

Hitler's Last Train

The SS puts a slutty nightclub singer in charge of a train car full of prostitutes whose "services" are reserved solely for senior Nazis.

The SS puts a slutty nightclub singer in charge of a train car full of prostitutes whose "services" are reserved solely for Adolf Hitler. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Jun L (de) wrote: If the time backs fifty years, how would you choose your life

Austin G (au) wrote: A great behind the scenes look at a former Christian singer.

Dann W (mx) wrote: This was a wonderfully funny and charming movie. I thoroughly enjoyed Paul Gross as an American gunslinger lost in a small Canadian town. Loaded with laughs, broad and subtle, this is one of the better Western/Comedies that I've seen.

Justin M (ca) wrote: Predictable because it was full of cliches form movies in the past that I have liked. So if this is pieces from other movies I enjoyed how come I didn't enjoy this? Because it sucked. I don't think I would watch this if it was one of the last 7 movies on earth. Don't do it!

Dann M (kr) wrote: Sufferin' succotash, Bah, Humduck!: A Looney Tunes Christmas is a halfhearted and uninspired telling of Charles Dickens' A Christmas Carol. In this adaptation Daffy Duck plays a cold-hearted and abusive department store owner who's visited by the Ghosts of Christmas in an attempt to redeem him. The Looney Tunes characters are horribly miscast in their roles, and it all seems extremely contrived. The comedy is also poorly written, consisting mostly of cheap jokes and mindless slapstick. Bah, Humduck!: A Looney Tunes Christmas is an incredibly lazy and insincere holiday film that does a disservice to Dickens' work.

Karen R (mx) wrote: Expecting from Netflix soon

Tony L (ca) wrote: Utter rubbish. America saves the world again

Justin T (ag) wrote: This film reminds me a lot of Audition. A slow build up to a messed up film.The cinematography helps set the mood disorienting the viewer and contributes to the disturbing nature of the movie.

Leonardo Malacay S (kr) wrote: Calurosa, opresiva, tensionante...Que interesante ejercicio cinematogrfico

Ine I (jp) wrote: Are you Armed? Fire arms are useless only the word of GOD can fight the Evil that is attacking us!

mrs f (us) wrote: Donnie's great in this one! I love the fact that he's the main character:)

Alexander C (es) wrote: Could be worthwhile, will see.

Lee A (fr) wrote: Watched this for Halloween last night, it was as good as I remembered. [Spoiler Alert] It would have been better had some of the main characters got bumped off (just to make events less predictable), the maid was as close as it came. The alternate endings were pretty fun, but still a bit confusing, as it was difficult to keep track of everyone in every place. It was obviously built to be a comedy more than a mystery, but was still enjoyable.

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Emma T (au) wrote: Perhaps the best movie ever filmed. It has everything: religion, sex, medical experiments, drugs, zen, corruption, a music band, chemical weapons... and a hydrogen bomb. Absolutely perfect. I already saw it +40 times and every time I do it I see a whole new film, but always dense and disturbing like any other, on its own slow pace.

Petros T (es) wrote: In truth, for about the first one hundred minutes, "Giant" never rises above your average old-school western-tinged melodrama. But during the final hundred minutes, it becomes a masterfully lyrical elegy of gigantic sentimental proportions (pun intended).

bill s (de) wrote: Fun action adventure shoot em' up with pizzas.

Dave M (br) wrote: Many films that are set outside of large metropolitan areas, or away from other well-known places, use fictional names for their settings, but not "Big Stone Gap" (PG-13, 1:43). Big Stone Gap is a real place, thank you very much. It's a small mining town in Virginia, nestled in the Appalachian Mountains, so far west in the state that seven other state capitals are closer to the town than its own state capital of Richmond. The nearest city of at least 100,000 people is over two hours away - and in another state! Big Stone Gap has a population of under 6,000 and has only grown by about 1,000 people since the late 1970s. This might not sound like the kind of place that warrants a feature film bearing its name. Well, it helps that writer Adriana Trigiani grew up there. After some success writing for TV sitcoms, she became a novelist. In 2000, she published her first novel, "Big Stone Gap", telling about her hometown as she knew it as a young woman. Then, she got the chance to write and direct a movie based on her book.Big Stone Gap is a close-knit town full of colorful characters, who are hard-working and compassionate - simple, but proud salt-of-the-earth folks. The central character is Ave Maria Mulligan (Ashley Judd), a pretty, 40-year-old woman who never married and proclaims herself the town spinster, with pride... and just a touch of melancholy. She owns and operates the town's pharmacy, whose only other employee is the stubborn but sweet Fleeta Mullins (Whoopi Goldberg, sporting a full-sized late-70s afro). Ave (pronounced AH-vay, like the Catholic prayer after which she is named) is the kind of woman who personally delivers prescriptions to the town's residents and then returns home at the end of a long day to take care of her aging widowed mother, an Italian immigrant named Fiammetta (Angelina Fiordellisi). Ave also directs the town's annual outdoor drama. Her cast and crew include most of the movie's main characters. The show's co-stars are Ave's long-term boyfriend, Yankee transplant Theodore Tipton (John Benjamin Hickey), and the man-obsessed and self-absorbed Sweet Sue Tinsley (Jane Krakowski). Vivacious librarian and bookmobile driver Iva Lou Wade (Jenna Elfman) sells the tickets and the town's attorney and paramedic, Spec Broadwater (Anthony LaPaglia) helps out behind the scenes. Then there's Jack MacChesney (Patrick Wilson), who is one of the show's musicians. During the day, Jack is one of the town's many coal miners. He and Ave came up through school together and have remained friends over the years. Jack has been seeing Sweet Sue for a long time, but we wonder why he's 40 and still single.When Ave's mother dies and Spec gets to work on fulfilling Fiammetta's final requests, Ave learns a family secret that turns her entire self-concept and, really, her whole world, upside-down. The implications of this discovery could cost her the pharmacy and even her home, not to mention that Ave is trying to figure out how she should react to the information that she has learned about her family. But she can't just stop her life and focus on these issues, as important as they are. Real life continues to happen all around her. Ave has taken a lonely bi-racial teen (Bridget Gabbe) under her wing. Ave tries to build up the girl's self-esteem, bring some purpose into her life and help her and her mother (Jasmine Guy), who both live outside of the town - physically, socially and economically. Oh, and I almost forgot to tell you the REALLY big news that's going to affect everybody in town! (Based on a real-life incident in Big Stone Gap in 1978!) John Warner, the Republican Candidate to represent Virginia in the U.S. Senate, is going to make a campaign stop in Big Stone Gap - and he's bringing his new wife - Elizabeth Taylor!! Why that's enough to make a country hog stop rolling in the mud and learn to mind his manners! "Big Stone Gap" is a pleasant and enjoyable movie. There are enough interpersonal conflicts to keep things interesting, but none of the main characters cross over into becoming unlikeable. There's enough drama to keep the plot going, but without overwhelming other important aspects of the movie. And, most importantly for this film, there's enough country charm to give Movie Fans a good sense of time and place, but without becoming syrupy sweet or allowing the characterizations of small-town folks to become disrespectful parody. This film isn't about big issues or big events (except from the point of view of those directly involved in the goings-on), but it is about big hearts. This isn't the kind of film that will change your life, but it is the kind of film that will leave you feeling really good. "B"