MacArthur

MacArthur

The film portrays MacArthur's (Gregory Peck) life from 1942, before the Battle of Bataan, to 1952, the time after he had been removed from his Korean War command by President Truman (Ed Flanders) for insubordination, and is recounted in flashback as he visits West Point.

The film portrays MacArthur's (Gregory Peck) life from 1942, before the Battle of Bataan, to 1952, the time after he had been removed from his Korean War command by President Truman (Ed Flanders) for insubordination, and is recounted in flashback as he visits West Point in 1962. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Carlos Z (kr) wrote: Good action, but the cover of the DVD is very deceptive.

Christopher P (de) wrote: Always interesting to see the fashion choices of the crazies.

Crissthian Manuel O (us) wrote: Muy graciosa la pelcula, que en buena cuenta es una suerte de versin gay de American Pie.

Orlok W (de) wrote: Intriguing slice of neo-noir; Pearce is captivatingly good--Getting the most out of a simple plot!!

Fhey J (mx) wrote: Iam A big FAN of JLO..shes awsome.. very charming and attractive woman..

Evan B (es) wrote: Simply put, really bad. It's a messed up story to begin with, with really poorly written dialogue that feels very unnatural, and just bad direction overall. I know it was made on a very tight budget, but better films have been made on much less than this probably took. Without Kevin Smith, I don't see this film being made.

Michael W (au) wrote: Killing Zoe: B+Sure it's Roger Avary's 1st film, and yes Tarantino was involved in the production, but this film prejudicially gets a bum rap. Critics slam the film as ugly, predicable, flat, and average in most aspects however, one great quality does prevail. The art of putting you into the film is as much of an art as you let it, and Avary did a fantastic job of drawing the viewer in... that is of course if you let him. I first watched this film without any expectations and obviously before I unfairly had Avary's or Tarantino's recent portfolios to compare. I was captivated from the start through Eric Stotlz's unassuming character Zed and led vicariously along the way. I fell in love with a prostitute, meandered through Paris's conspicuous underground nightlife, got obliterated on heroin, oh and by the way had a bank heist go worse than my hangover. Also, there is Julie Duply, Zoe, equally as alluring as Arura seducing Flash Gordon...less the bore worms. How can you not be smitten with a 19yr old strawberry French hooker who just "fits"? There has been a love it or hate it sentiment out there and either you are drawn in from the start to simply enjoy the ride or you are arms-folded waiting for the Vega brothers to save the day. Killing Zoe earned a balcony seat on my shelf somewhere near True Romance, Run Lola Run, Lock Stock and Two Smoking Barrels, Boondock Saints, Dog Day Afternoon, and Mean Streets. I'm sure there is a "better on weed" following here too, the very same that finds Donnie Darko as real as it gets and Big Lebowski funnier than Blazing Saddles. But, as I noted, Avary did a fine job of giving you that high with dark tones, panicked drama, grungy soundtrack and some unique camera work. Le Mange!

Alan L (au) wrote: Now coming to the third and final mission but this one sounds more like a spin-off than a sequel because it has nothing to do with school anymore .Despite I pinned this as the worst,it's not that bad,to be frank.The final act might gives you sufficient laughed when you see Stephen Chow deal with the villain,at list,the jokes are still there.I will put more credit to Anita Mui.Anyway,it's a worth time killer,not sure you will think the same way if you seen it.Better than several bad films that produced and directed by Director Wong Jing recently.

Ines I (us) wrote: Ada yg jual DVD nya gak yaa?

Bill M (kr) wrote: Melville is a DJ that can't decide between 27 and 39 rpm.

John M (ca) wrote: A film all about voyeurism. Hitchcock touches on this subject in almost all of his films, but "Vertigo" uses it in a way to completely hypnotize its audience and get lost in the daze of Jimmy Stewart's character, and Bernard Hermann's score drives this daze that encapsulates the overall feeling of the whole film. While it's easy to laugh at the plot and macguffins Hitchcock sets up, it's humorously done and intentionally, and there's so much more to look for under the surface of this noir-mystery drama. I don't know if the plot is constructed as thoroughly as it could have been, but I will not deny that "Vertigo" is a cinematic achievement that will truly stick in your memory more than any other film of this era, and is one of my favorite films of all time.