June, 1982 - The First Lebanon War. A lone tank and a paratroopers platoon are dispatched to search a hostile town - a simple mission that turns into a nightmare. The four members of a tank crew find themselves in a violent situation that they cannot contain. Motivated by fear and the basic instinct of survival, they desperately try not to lose themselves in the chaos of war.

The film takes place in the First Lebanon War in 1982, a lone tank and a paratroopers platoon are dispatched to search a hostile town. Let's follow the film to discover the development of their battle. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Lebanon torrent reviews

Al H (br) wrote: A good movie about an adolescent sexual problems in a small town.

Steve L (kr) wrote: Good movie. It made me laugh and cry at the same time at the end.

Matt G (mx) wrote: An example of the possibility of subjectivity in cinema : relies on the aesthetic, narrative structure, and Hardy's totally unhinged performance. It works on all fronts.

Shradha B (br) wrote: really hilarious in parts but way too long. all in all, a fun watch...esp. with ur beau ;P

Ahmad Z (de) wrote: only because akbar is an arab name lol

Tim B (ca) wrote: who do you watch this

Michelle P (gb) wrote: Better than I expected.

James H (ru) wrote: This comedy got better as it went along. For the most part, the performances are good but the little kid, played by Brett Kelly, steals the show. He is brilliant and the things the script has him say and do are hilarious. The premise was simple enough and I think they pulled it off. It's nice to see the lead character undergo the transformation throughout the film as he becomes more and more likeable.

Noel V (kr) wrote: Heartbreaking film, simple yet full of unspoken pain.

Tim S (es) wrote: One of the things that I've slowly realized over the years about this series is that it's not really about anything more than the puppets themselves, and less about the horror. Of course the main characters take a backseat, but the horror does, as well. Puppet Master 2 isn't the strongest entry in the series, but it does introduce us to a bit of the backstory about where the puppets and their creator Toulon originate. William Hickey portrayed Toulon in the opening moments of the first film, but Steve Welles takes over with a more sinister and creepier take on the character. The series would definitely expand on things and improve a bit as it went along, but I still find the original film the most enjoyable. The first sequel isn't bad, but it just fails to recapture the magic or make things any better. It's good, but not AS good.

bill s (de) wrote: Keaton is devilishly dastardly but little else warrants much of anything in this flawed thriller.

ollie s (us) wrote: Times Square the way it used to be -sleazy and dark!Plus its Abel Ferrerea!

Marcus W (de) wrote: It's essentially a science-fiction Rosemary's Baby...but that's no bad thing

Jon H (kr) wrote: At first about a rapist-murderer, but the movie becomes more about the two women in his life whom he couldn't love and thus turns to other women to be the victims of his pent-up frustration. Less about him, than those two women -- a strange, but crisp portrait of two very different women sadly have all too much in common.

Jason S (de) wrote: Jerry Lewis is creepy. I bet he has a large buttplug collection.

Ilsa L (es) wrote: I must say that I think Ruby's review of this film is right on the money. I had anticipated a masterpiece after reading so many good things about it. Instead I met with nauseating over sentimentality and some of the worst accents I've ever heard. I'm with you Ruby, give me the Curtiz' "Life With Father" over this mush and gush every time.

Matt B (jp) wrote: Eurotrip is intermittently funny, but my god it's dumb. The final scene is laugh-out-loud unintentionally funny. It's just trying so hard to be as raunchy as American Pie. Instead there's just a ton of gratuitous nudity of women.

Nicolas B (de) wrote: It's very dark and twisted and the performances are neat, so I really enjoyed this modern tale of Jack the Ripper. The ending is fairly dissapointing.

Zack B (br) wrote: At one point, admiring the Henri Decae cinematography because I adored it in Elevator to the Gallows, I realized that that was primary aspect of this film as it glowed both in clarity and in obscurity.

Alex K (jp) wrote: My Favorite Musical Film Is 1952's Singin' In The Rain.