The "Memphis Belle" is a World War II bomber, piloted by a young crew on dangerous bombing raids into Europe. The crew only have to make one more bombing raid before they have finished their duty and can go home. In the briefing before their last flight, the crew discover that the target for the day is Dresden, a heavily-defended city that invariably causes many Allied casualties
- Category:Action, Drama, War
- Stars:Sean Astin, Billy Zane, Eric Stoltz, John Lithgow, Matthew Modine, Tate Donovan,
- Country:UK, Japan, USA
- Director:Michael Caton-Jones,
- Writer:Monte Merrick
The story of the American bomber crew of the "Memphis Belle", the first US airmen to complete a full tour of 25 missions during the air battle of Europe during the Second World War. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Memphis Belle torrent reviews
(es) wrote: what a disappointing film by MANI RATNAM !!! dont expect this form mani ....
(gb) wrote: Not going to waste anymore time on this movie. One word, CRAP!
(fr) wrote: So dang hillarious One of the funniest Ferrell movies
(de) wrote: I been around the world and it was great this film is fine.
(kr) wrote: i freaking cannot believe i watched this movie.
(fr) wrote: Fantastic old-fashioned family viewing with engaging themes, humour and fun characters.
(mx) wrote: This remake is truly slow, boring & frustrating but i'm sure girls & women around the world will go crazy for this type of films...i'm sorry this isn't for me at all.
(gb) wrote: Dan Akroyd what are you doing???
(kr) wrote: Gregg Araki's breakthrough film about two HIV positive gay men going on a bizarre rampage feels like a nineties time capsule. THE LIVING END was made in 1992, right around when rock n' roll stopped being about living fast and having fun, and started being about teen angst and dying young, and that change is reflected here in a big, bad way. The movie opens with one of the protagonists, a drifter named Luke (Mike Dytri), spray-painting the very-nineties slogan "fuck the world" on a wall while he listens to KMFDM on a walkman. This does not bode well for someone like me who couldn't suffer through THE DOOM GENERATION. Thankfully THE LIVING END is unlike Araki's later forays into nihilistic teenage sex and violence, as there is something underneath the ugly exterior, as it seems honest and sincere in a way that bad art can sometimes be, elevating it above its face value.In THE LIVING END, Luke finds himself in a lot of bad situations, but being a guy living with HIV, he approaches them with mild apathy. A couple of man-hating lesbians pick him up with the intent of shooting him in the face (after they belt out a long, painful list of synonyms and euphemisms for the word "penis"), a dude picks him up for a Tennis racket spanking session only to be stabbed to death by his jealous wife, and a gang of homophobes with bats tries to beat him up in a parking lot. In a contrived plot turn, he meets up with Jon (Craig Gilmore), a (pretentious) movie critic and fellow homosexual who has just "joined the club" of those living with HIV. Luke pulls Jon out to the fringes of society with him, using their disease as an excuse to let loose their inhibitions and do as they please. You're not going to find people behaving like victims here, instead they use it to rather irresponsible ends, which makes sense given that Araki has declared this an "irresponsible movie."THE LIVING END has most of Araki's irritating artistic tics, from acts of extreme violence that are perplexing in their randomness, to corny nihilistic dialogue that seems to be stuck in a juvenile mindset. And yet there is an earnestness to THE LIVING END that is endearing. Neither Mike Dytri nor Craig Gilmore are particularly talented as actors, yet their scenes together have an intensity that is hard to capture, an intensity that is elevated by the four-by-three videotape look the cinematography has. After seeing this movie, it's easy to see why Araki has the following that he does, I don't think anyone was making films in the New Queer Cinema movement the way he did, and certainly no one treated the subjects of homosexuality and HIV with such youthful swagger and fuck-all bravado. While I don't love his work, I can't help but admire the guy. I can honestly say there isn't another director out there who makes films the way he does.
(br) wrote: Loved it! it's Tati's world!
(gb) wrote: Ahhhhh my two fave people.
(kr) wrote: Call Robert Crumb what you want. Pervert, rascist, sexist, pyscho. But there's no denying that Crumb's art is something special. "Crumb" is a perfect documentary. Hell, it is the definition of a perfect documentary. It never run's out of steam and keeps you interested the entire time. The real star of "Crumb" isn't Robert Crumb, but his brother Charles (who tragically comitted sucide before the film was even released). There's not one negative thing I can say about "Crumb". It's that good. If you ever get the chance to see this film, do it. Otherwise, you're missing out on the greatest documentary you'll ever see.