I Am Soldier

I Am Soldier

I Am Soldier follows Mickey Tomlinson (Tom Hughes), a military chef, who attempts the most dangerous military selection known to man: The Special Air Service (S.A.S.) selection. The S.A.S. Is the United Kingdom's most renowned Special Forces Regiment, tasked with life threatening missions in some of the most dangerous places on the planet. Mickey has more military experience than simply being a chef, something he doesn't let on to the other candidates... Mickey is smashed by this selection process - his mind, body and soul scream for mercy as he endures torturous speed-marches over the steepest mountains, running for his life during 'Escape and Evasion' and then facing the most evil interrogation possible, during the deadly phase known as: 'Tactical Questioning.' Even after everything, there is still only one way you can really prove yourself: in combat... Many try to get into the S.A.S. Only the elite make it.

The film tells a story about Mickey Tomlinson, a military cook who has to experience extremely miserable inspections and trainings before becoming an agent of the United Kingdoms elite troop "Special Air Service" (SAS) participating in battles against terrorists everywhere in the world… . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Rebecca F (br) wrote: Fantastic film! Naysayers seem to be likely allied with corporate interests and pseudo science. This is an entertaining and moving look at a family dealing with the modern food system. It's well done and highly watchable.

Allan C (es) wrote: Jill St. John and Claude Rains are on an expedition into the title lost world to find dinosaurs, which happen to be played by lizards with horns and spikes attached and being placed on miniature sets. Reasonably fun on an adolescent boy sort of level.

Christopher B (gb) wrote: This wasn't very funny. Disappointing

Michael A (ca) wrote: An affair with a a different twist of Romeo and Juliet! Too common? Is that the reason why this movie didn't even reach 1M in gross receipts? Hmmm.....

Rory Fyfe S (it) wrote: Thought this was funny movie With some amusing characters.

Pablo E (br) wrote: Mocumental escrito y protagonizado por Woody Allen, quien interpreta a Leonard Zelig, el hombre camalen que se habra robado todas las noticias durante 1920 en Nueva York. Eudora Fletcher (Mia Farrow) sera la doctora que intentara abordar el trastorno de personalidad de Zelig. Pese a lo poco que dura se me hizo bastante larga, y como nunca he sido muy fantico del humor gringo absurdo, no la recomendara. En todo caso, es un clsico.

Lesley N (br) wrote: 70's film about romance, relationships and welfare, as Dianne Carroll, single mum, raises her six-strong brood, holds down a job and tries to find time to hang out with James Earl Jones - minus the mask but distinctive gravellly voice intact. A quality romance-drama for people who like a little more reality with their romance.... the dialog rings true, as does the situation and the logistical difficulties of love v's paying the rent, and the kids act like real kids do in a single-mum family. Beautiful soundtrack by Gladys Knights and the Pips as well..

Kerby H (ca) wrote: Ridiculously awful. One of the worst movies in existence, which is hilarious because it was nominated for Best Picture.

Martine M (br) wrote: This film is perfect with its black and white palet. Never once did I think that the story was no longer relvant. And who could forget Bab's sassy attitude. NO DICE.

Larry G (nl) wrote: I grew up with Godzilla and it is still my favorite movie of all time. It inspired a often recurring nightmare that was always exactly the same every time I had it. It terrified me in the nightmare, but nothing could shake my love for the movie itself. I have seen it so many times that it is probably now part of my genetic code. I was shocked the first time that I realized that Raymond Burr was not in the original movie. I realized it when I noticed that Emiko's top was not the same when she is seen from behind in the "Steve laying in the clinic" scene. But, momentary disappointment aside, it is still my favorite movie.