Let's Go Navy!
The Bowery Boys join the Navy to catch some crooks who are posing as sailors.
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Giorgos V (au) wrote: Arketa kalo thrileraki me anatreptiko telos. Mia xara
Kinohi N (de) wrote: Terrible. Unfunny, predictable, and sophomoric beyond comprehension. I felt dumber after having watched this movie.
Kashan P (ag) wrote: Walk The Line is an instantly engrossing classic with smart biographical techniques and a fun, sassy, star making performance from Reese Witherspoon and a stunningly mindboggling turn from Joaquin Phoenix. The best part of this film is the knowledge that even though Cash & Carter have left us we have a replacement for each.
Ashley K (nl) wrote: ***Spoiler Alert***I was hoping all of the teenagers would have been killed. Kind of a shame one of them survived.
Connor A (gb) wrote: The theme of Falling Down does not reside in the category of xenophobia, violence or the faults of modern society. It lies in loneliness, frustration and existentialism. Douglas' character does not rampage through the city looking for people to confront; his trail is random and his actions seem confused and spur-of-the-moment. His conflict is not with stingy store owners, Latino gang members or neo-nazis, but rather with himself and the universe surrounding him. He is frustrated with his life, and questions why things are the way they are, pointing out the faults in logic in everyday incidents and responding with violence, the only way he knows how to express his frustration. He is shot by the police at the end, completing the cycle of man notices faults, man no longer conforms, man causes trouble, man is taken out by powers that be; a realistic end to an extraordinary situation.
Ryan W (jp) wrote: You know what you will get if you are seeing this lots of action and fighting but apart from that it isn't much at all
Phil P (ru) wrote: A unique movie in the fact that it is one of the few to recognise the various Native American people as individual nations. Of all the movies he starred in, Brynner is the best physical shape of his life. Sort of a lost gem in the Brynner collection, he works well with the character though the other actors suffer in their parts, clearly not being up to Brynner's level.
Private U (de) wrote: a great movie. Joan Crawford works very well with the cast and a small bu tgood role for Rita Hayworth