Lines of Wellington

Lines of Wellington

Passionate romance, brutal treachery, and selfless nobility are set against the background of Napoleon’s 1810 invasion of Portugal in Valeria Sarmiento’s intimate epic.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:127 minutes
  • Release:2012
  • Language:Portuguese,English,French
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:epic,   battle,   19th century,  

On September 27, 1810, the French troops commanded by Marshal Massena, were defeated in the Serra do Buçaco by the Anglo-Portuguese army of general Wellington. Despite the victory, ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Lines of Wellington torrent reviews

Rudeboi D (ca) wrote: one boring long slow chick flick disguised as a football movie

Melissa H (nl) wrote: Firefly's Simon is in it! Fun movie & terrific premise.

Torion O (gb) wrote: Before Kristen Stewart was Bella in Twilight... Before Corbin Bleu was Chad in High School Musical... There was this mediocre bank robbery movie.

Dopey T (gb) wrote: Its a good smoking movie for all stoner?s and it gots some good shooting scence in it..

Maria G (gb) wrote: carino, forse un po' ridicolo in alcune scene

Andy P (es) wrote: I love this movie! Granted this isn't for everyone but for me and my group of friends, this was/is a cult classic. It's a silly film, take it for what it's worth and the time at which it was made.

Jason S (fr) wrote: i thought it was pretty good movie on pearl harbor

Grant S (it) wrote: Interesting, lesser-known Hitchcock WW2 drama.It is World War 2 and a merchant ship has been torpedoed and sunk in the Atlantic. However, it managed to destroy the U-Boat that sank it. A group of survivors is huddled together on a lifeboat. Soon they are joined by an unwelcome guest, a survivor from the U-Boat...Written by John Steinbeck (of Grapes of Wrath and Of Mice and Men fame) and directed by Alfred Hitchcock this has, on paper, the makings of a great examination of how humans act towards their fellow man, especially enemies, during times of war. The movie does go down that path, but is forced into cliched, predictable outcomes due to when it was filmed.While the plot is interesting and there are some good twists, there is a great deal of anti-German propaganda present in this film. It was made in 1944, after all. The finished article thus hardly feels objective at all.Overall: interesting as a survival movie and war story, just a pity about the propaganda.

Michael R (br) wrote: Jesus What A Terrible Movie, From The Outfit, The Cat Humanoid Moves, The Trying To Be Original Bad Script....

Jayakrishnan R (es) wrote: 82%Saw this on 18/5/15Dirty Harry is all style and especially when it's from Clint Eastwood, you can watch it if you like him. It's got plenty of goofy dialogues are interesting and it surprisingly remains something more than just your average action film.

Ryan V (kr) wrote: As much as I live the video games, watching someone play one of them is a Shakespearian exercise in well character driven drama compared to watching this.

Clay B (au) wrote: OPERATION PETTICOAT (1959)

Campbell P (gb) wrote: Stripes is a perfect example of a solid comedy. It provides a lot of good laughs and a good plot to go around it. John and Russell have nothing to do with their lives so they decide to go enlist in the US army. Along the way we meet funny characters (most notably Ox) and get treated to a really funny training session. All the people who enlisted in John's group are nutjobs and get themselves into more trouble with their sergeant than anything. Bill Murray plays the same guy he used to play and is really good at what he did. Harold Ramis (R.I.P.) plays his hilarious partner in crime who plays out his humor to the maximum. Although the story was very funny there wasn't enough to take from this movie. The only thing you really learned was that determination gets you places which is a bit overdone but that kinda thing doesn't especially matter here. Stripes was a very funny and clever point of view on a war training and war zone environment and gets comedy geniuses to play the lead parts. This Bill Murray classic has a very high rewatch value too and will hopefully get to see it more. B