Greek Sea, World War II. An Italian ship leaves a handful of soldiers in a little island; their mission is to spot enemy ships and to hold the island in case of attack. The village of the island seems abandoned and there isn't a single enemy in sight, so the soldiers begin to relax a little. Things change when their ship is hit and destroyed by the enemy, and the soldiers find themselves abandoned there. Actually, the island isn't deserted and when the Greeks understand that those Italians are harmless, they came out of their hiding places in the mountains and continue their peaceful lives. Soon the soldiers discover that being left behind in a God-forgotten Greek island isn't such a bad thing, after all...
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Jim F (ag) wrote: Waiting around in the house scene. Good movie
Kause E (de) wrote: some parts sad but super cute i think it is the best
Damian A (fr) wrote: Wow, what's your earliest memory of art? Something you created, or a work by someone else? This film is about a group of likeminded individuals found their common ground and appreciate art. Such a good documentary.
Jean C (au) wrote: From the beginning you knew what really happened and it makes you madder and madder as you watch it.
Leif E (kr) wrote: Loved this one! This Irish Pulp fiction story is just awesome, the dialog e is first class. Brendan Gleeson is usually very good, here he's brilliant
Jonathan S (mx) wrote: Not all bad. Michael Caine adds just the right flavor.
Michael M (de) wrote: Somehow this movie has gotten even better over time. I liked it in the 80's but watching it again reminds me of just how razor sharp it is. Great writing.
Shawn W (de) wrote: John Candy as a limo driver who is brainwashed to kill his future father-in-law by a religious aerobics cult. Has SCTV alumni Joe Flaherty and Eugene Levy with Candy giving a nod to Melonville early. Liked Candy handcuffed to the dead guy.
Dave H (mx) wrote: need to see all the carry on films still.
Camille H (ru) wrote: Great acting, but the story is lacking. It's easy to fall asleep on this one.
Jonathan P (nl) wrote: The only Children of the Corn movie to not be released on dvd, it states on the box that it has "the best special effects since Terminator 2" well they were special but not in a good way. Ryan Bollmans performance was creepy and genuinely good, but the movie just didn't add anything the first hadn't already covered. Not the worst horror movie you could dig up but not one that will have you sending emails to the studio demanding its dvd release either.