Let the Fire Burn

Let the Fire Burn

Jason Osder makes an impressive feature film debut through his unbiased and thorough account of the incidents leading up to and during the 1985 standoff between the extremist African-American organization MOVE and Philadelphia authorities. The dramatic clash claimed eleven lives and literally and figuratively devastated an entire community. Let the Fire Burn is a real-life Wild West story absent the luxury of identifying its heroes by the color of their hats.

On May 13, 1985, a longtime feud between the City of Philadelphia and the Black Liberation organization, MOVE came to a deadly climax. This dramatic tragedy unfolds through an extraordinary visual record previously withheld from the public. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Let the Fire Burn torrent reviews

Stephen C (br) wrote: Average and funny in places

Mikey P (gb) wrote: excellent!best movie i've seen in a long time, it was fucking awesome.

Evan S (ca) wrote: Very sick and depraved horror film, but still very solid.

bill s (jp) wrote: Fine war/prisioner movie that's performance give weight to this movie.

Roberto B (ag) wrote: It was shot beautifully and the music was pleasant and you could see that it was directed well, however I have a few problems with this film. Firstly If you hear somebody waking you up in a middle of an empty airport, your first reaction wouldn't be to simply listen to them. You would feel nervous and unsettled especially, if somebody is talking to you about a crazy story. Secondly, if you open the door to a neighbour across the hall (whom you have met for the first time) you certainly and definitely wouldn't answer the door in a towel. I just feel that aspects like this could of certainly been avoided. Funny at times and the story wasn't too bad, just feel some things could of been avoided that could of made rhe movie so much better. it gets better mid-way and the end was pleassnt

Carlos C (fr) wrote: Mentes diabolicas, esta es una pelicula de juegos mentales en los que ocurren asesinatos en nombre de la religion, la pelicula es entretenida aunque el final es un poco predescible, le falta un poco mas de accin, en general es una pelicula para los que realmente les gusta ver cine de todas las clases.

Chuck E (kr) wrote: Nice action scenes - the fights are well choreographed and nicely done. The story and plot line are a bit shallow, but it was never meant to be a serious film anyway. The funny scenes were delivered quite well. Overall, I would recommend this movie.

Rachel P (ca) wrote: why are their so many sequels to this crappy movie

Max G (es) wrote: it's a unique film if you like Brian O'Halloran from clerks and all of the smith movies you will love this

Ben B (ru) wrote: The most ridiculous plot ever, enhanced with terribly misplaced accents, cheesy dialogue, and brilliantly contrasting characters. Basically, it's an awesome collage of hilarious medieval sci-fi fun; the Green Knight is the coolest character ever. P.S: There's a scene where people are held in church at spear point, lol.

Leena L (mx) wrote: The classic Dutch WWII film. Now I have seen it. And liked it. A bit overly long, but dramatic enough, considering it was based on real life events, however unlikely some of them seem. Fascinating to see young Jeroen Krabbe and Rutger Hauer and some (it seemed) hidden and not so hidden sexual undercurrents, even in hilarious tones. Would have been 4 stars, if it was a bit shorter. Beautiful picture.

Jonathan B (ca) wrote: Of the three Ray Harryhausen Sinbad movies, this one is probably the best and certainly has the strongest overall casting. The story is essentially the same as both the 7th Voyage of Sinbad and Golden Voyage of Sinbad in that the Arabian sailor has to go on a perilous voyage to try to undo a wicked spell. Along the way he and his crew have to battle fantastic creatures and mythical dangers before completing the quest and going home for tea. Here, Sinbad is played by Patrick Wayne, who isn't the greatest of actors but is helped by clutch of strong performances from the likes of Jayne Seymour, Patrick Troughton, Margaret Whiting and Nadim Sawalha. There's also some terrific examples of the Harryhausen art of stop motion at its very best. There's a great sequence with a giant walrus and Kassim, a bewitched baboon is an impressive character. Best of all is the troglodyte who appears towards the end of the movie. This is a stunning creation and manages to portray a whole range of believable and realistic facial expressions. The movie is well directed by Sam Wanamaker and like all of the Harryhausen movies cracks along at a pace that will keep all the kids entertained.

Samantha S (ag) wrote: ah, Carry on! Working my way through but haven't gotten to this yet. Can't wait.

Josh Y (kr) wrote: funny, good family movie

Sinem S (mx) wrote: I don't see the point in the story besides the similarity to Fethullah G 1/4len's life. If it has any other point than portraying him as an angel, it eludes me. The trailer promises more than the film delivers.

David W (us) wrote: An example of how not to do a superhero movie

Lady of the Minnesota Mounts (us) wrote: WHERE WAS THE DRAGON!? I prefer the TV serious over this movie.