La battaglia del deserto

La battaglia del deserto

A small group of British and German soldiers is trapped in the desert and has to try to work together in order to survive back to their own lines.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:87 minutes
  • Release:1969
  • Language:Italian
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:world war two,   tobruk,  

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La battaglia del deserto torrent reviews

Brian K (ru) wrote: A disposable piece of fluff disguised as a laconic "thinker".

Cabot F (us) wrote: Wow. Everyone in the room is now dumber for having seen this. I rate this 1/2 star above a Donald Trump speech.

Ojas V (es) wrote: An interesting film, which shows how an earnest pursuit of justice can become confused with an excuse to escape justice. This story follows a young muslim man who suffers injustice from rioters in Mumbai india. He escapes from a terrorist training camp, and instead pursues a law degree in order to fight the injustice of the Indian legal system. He decides to focus his practice on defending those accused of terrorism.This film was good because it allows the viewer to come to their own conclusion regard the morality of his behavior. Although some moments drag the film down into melodrama, I appreciated the distance the film maker provided so that one could form their own conclusions.

Dorianator F (fr) wrote: Very boring movie. I liked the dark style and the acting was okay. But the movie could've been dramatically shortened.

Matthew O (nl) wrote: James Cameron takes audiences to the depths of the ocean to encounter some of the strangest life forms on Earth, while inviting us to imagine what future explorers may someday find on other planets.Beautifully shot and there are moments of stunning cinematography, both the jelly fish scene and the octopus scenes are stunning.Still there are issues here, James Cameron can not resist a theatrical approach to the documentary, the build up to the dive is similar to the opening scenes of the film ?Titanic? and some of the dialogue is obviously staged and scripted, this is not Cameron?s fault he is a film maker at the end of the day, but this approach takes the edge of the realism of the film, and one cannot help but think there is a slight ego in Cameron's approach and reasons for making this documentary. The narrative of the documentary also goes off track, computer generated animation of space travel and exploration is interesting but nothing to do with what has come before, in investigating the earth?s seas. There is just not enough of the earth?s animals and too much on off track storylines and the Earths crust.A stunning visual feast, and the scenes of the Earths wild life is amazing but an attempt to expand the narrative of the documentary and the theatrical approval leaves the film in limbo somewhat.

Candi (de) wrote: anyone who plays pool will like this one!

Joshua L (br) wrote: An interesting mystery Drama about an autistic little boy who is the only Witness to the murder of his parents. The boy rarely speaks at all and when he does, he mimics the voice of another person.Its kinda weird and predictable but the movie is interesting enough to make you wanna watch it play out. Liv Tyler is really good in this aswell.

Terri H (ru) wrote: No thankyou - Not interested

Matty S (ag) wrote: If you love the experimental work of John Cassavetes, you may really enjoy this film. However, you may not. His skill for creating an atmosphere of creativity and psychological exploration should never be denied. And, his skill as a thoroughly unique voice in American Cinema should never be disputed. All of this does not mean he didn't sometimes make an off-step. HUSBANDS, is for me - an off-step. There are some magical moments -- particularly for Peter Falk, but those moments are separated by dated and rambling overtly quirky scenes that go no where of any real interest. And, unlike most of his films this transgressive bender goes too far beyond the reach of reality. It seems excessive to spend over two hours with these three men just to drive home a point about the societal restraints that prevent male friends to actually grieve over the loss of one of their best friends and to mourn the passing of their youth. The theme is over-worked and muddled by subplots of one bad marriage and a never fully explored sexual ambiguity of another. But, I'd much rather watch a Cassavetes off or miss-step than mediocre turns by other filmmakers.

Michael N (ag) wrote: It's a slow burn which eventually reaches a breaking point that pits the two old friends against one another, building to a wonderfully tragic climax.