Based on true story about a Lufthansa Flight 181 that was hijacked in 1977 by palestinian terrorist who flew the plane to Somalia and demanded the release of imprisoned Red Army Fraction ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Trey B (mx) wrote: The Tom Cruise stunt where he's scaling the Kremlin, nuff said.
OwO M (ca) wrote: it looks like a fairy tale. when i saw the ugly girl turns to be a beauty with wings, i start to believe that everyone can be really beautiful.
Whowants T (es) wrote: The Texan boy from Blue Collar Comedy Tour gives an outstanding, hilarious show.
Marissa K (de) wrote: I feel this was half as good as it should have been. enough said.
Michael P (de) wrote: Really great movie. The acting was very good and it learns what families go through.
Brian J (ca) wrote: one of the very best basketball movies ever made.
Tammy M (ca) wrote: This was my first ever viewing of Hamlet, and I never realized that Shakespeare performed well is this entertaining! I doubt if I would have discerned half the humor and double entendres just from reading the text.So many famous sayings come from this play -- I wish I had watched this a long time ago!
Mattias E (mx) wrote: In this HK-franchise of Lethal Weapon Ti Lung plays the mad cop and Chow Yun Fat the calm one. Both of them act painfully silly most of the time though, but I guess that's just the eighties for ya. Nevertheless, City War is rather entertaining. A bit slow at first but when the violence kicks in it's well worth it.
Besanon V (au) wrote: Nice story and movie :)
babak g (mx) wrote: Add a revieAs a second wave of blaxploitation flicks that emerge out of the 1970's,the movie Penitentiary is still bedeviled by the uncomfortable contradictions of its macho forebearers,which made it a huge boxoffice hit when it was released in 1979. It's basically the servicable yarn of a young stranger on a bum rap,sentenced to an institutional hell-hole,and eventually bucking the terror regime with two righteous fists. And daubed onto the screen with the vitality of all around excess,teetering craziliy between heavy amounts of gore,rough language and all outright farce. But its assumptions for the better of its sake,either worked beyond the comprehendsion of some of its scenes which were very honest and sometimes brutal. This was a grand film that looked into the life of a penal institional system as seen through the eyes of his character,played by Leon Issac Kennedy. Another example of black cinema that was still standing at the end of the decade with some of the most replusive stereotyping ever imagine while the audience cheers on the victor who must fight in a system to stay alive at all costs. Done on a low budget,it was consciousness. A sequel followed in 1982 with Leon Issac Kennedy reprising the role. Another sequel followed in 1987 with Leon Issac Kennedy again reprising the role that made him successful in the first two installments. w...
Scott R (us) wrote: Great acting and story. Sad, but true.
John A (de) wrote: Picking Up 3 Years After The First Film Left Off. This Sequel Reveals The Second Part Of The Abominable Dr. Phibes' Plan, By Taking His Wife To Egypt To Resurrect Her. Explorers Get In The Way, & He Has To Dispatch Of Them. Sadly His Method Of Killing Isn't As Planned Out And As Well Done As In The Previous Film. But This Price Driven Veichle Does Not Fail To Entertain.
Charlie G (mx) wrote: Knights Templar fight to defend a castle from a murderous King. A King bent on taking control of others lands.