Long Dark Night

Long Dark Night

"Long Dark Night" follows the life of the fictional character Iva Kolar: his experiences as a Croatian University student, his role as a Partisan fighting Hitler's troops during W.W. II, his involvement in his nation's post-war government, and his eventual downfall.

"Duga mraèna noæ" is a story about Croatian partisans fight Hitler's troops during WWII. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Long Dark Night torrent reviews

Arjun N (es) wrote: Good thrill. Highly recommend ir

Panos M (ag) wrote: The film ends and lets you find out the outcome. But the director has already helped the viewer a lot to understand what will actually happen.

Andy B (de) wrote: Last Train meets 28 Days Later... without the horror, thrills, or storyline... Don't bother!

Heidi K (gb) wrote: This was sad, and very touching. I haven't lost a parent yet, so I guess the film didn't hit close to home for me. I did cry a little at a few parts, but I still thought it was a good movie. Sally Field was great; this is a movie everyone needs to see.

Phillip D (gb) wrote: Rules of Engagement isn't the greatest legal war film ever, but it carries an effective and powerful message on the challenges of combat and the decisions made there. Although many liberals might view this as a propaganda film, I have to disagree, as Rules of Engagement is a powerful looks at the incredibly hard decisions that have to be made by soldiers in the field. These decisions are rarely perfect and often reflect more on the stress of combat then on the character of the soldiers involved.

Corey Q (us) wrote: This movie is silly, but it makes me laugh every time I see it. The cast is incredible, and a few of my all-time favourite lines are from this film. Silly, frothy fun!

Dean K (kr) wrote: Nuthin' better after five beers... than cool cheesy king fu movies like... The Perfect Weapon... with unknown Jeff Speakman... co-starring Mako, James Hong, Mariska Hargitay and Cary Hiroyuki-Tagawa... This might also explain why I own almost the whole collection of the Deadly Hands of Kung Fu...Reminds me so much of Bloodsport and Kickboxer too... except with a better cast...

Zach M (ca) wrote: This movie was a basic plot with decent acting.

Bubba M (fr) wrote: Nice sequiel to Mister Roberts.

Laura M (it) wrote: This is my favorite film. It is outstanding, very dramatic. The story, the action scenes, everything about it is brilliant. I like the setting of the film during the Civil War Era and how John Dunbar helped the Sioux Indians.

Ivn L (fr) wrote: Bizarra , gore y repleta de accin ; todo un homenaje al cine de serie B .

Colby H (gb) wrote: (sigh)Where do I even begin?Back in 1993, people were excited to see if the Super Mario Bros would stay true to its source material. (1985 NES video game) Much to everyone's disappointment, it wasn't close at all. In a matter of fact, I'm not even going to explain the plot. It is too complex compared to the video game. The game was about an Italian plummer who must save princess peach from Bowser. (aka King Koopa) In the feature length film, it goes in depth in why he kidnapped her and how they got to this land with mushrooms, enemies ext. The actual film-making is almost even worse. It's jam-packed with horrible acting, terrible CGI, choppy editing, and an over-developed story. Also, please tell me why King Koopa is Dennis Hopper. Tell me why he is a germophobic business man with a flame-thrower, and last but not least, why was this movie made? This film destroyed peoples childhoods and much, much more.Over all the movie sucked 0 stars out of 5

Faisal M (nl) wrote: Interesting premise if not formulaic production. Ethan Hawke & Lena Hedley play well but the movie is a tad predictable at times. However in this day and age of cinema when all movies play out pretty much the same, the purge is a refreshingly original premise, albeit playing against a twisted political narrative.

Leo S (es) wrote: This is a true classic! Very funny and not for the PC of heart!

Walter H (nl) wrote: You could say that this is a snapshot of late 60's lifestyle, but its so Hollywoodized and filled with multilayered dopiness that anyone seeking a capsule summary of the era's drug culture would be sadly misinformed. It is, however, a great source of Playboy-grade T&A, sex before AIDS, pre-funk hippie jargon and fairly typical 60's music, all encased in a road movie. Literally a road movie, as the map is a screen overlay as the tale begins.