Monash: The Forgotten Anzac
The story of how Australia's 'ANZAC myth' was born and the role of General John Monash in this process as soldier and statesman both during and after WW1.
- Stars:Georgie Parker, Tom Green, Vince Colosimo, Geoff Morrell, Catherine McClements, Ella Scott Lynch, Oliver Ackland, Andrew McFarlane, Leon Ford, Heather Mitchell, Rhys Muldoon, Jennifer Vuletic, Robert Menzies, Heather Bolton, Lucy Honigman, Zoe Bertram, Dennis Coard, Nicholas Bell, Ian Bliss, Stephen Ballantyne, William Gluth, James Shaw, Ian Scott, Michael Ormond Robinson, Jackie Kelleher, Michael McKernan,
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Eliabeth R (ru) wrote: Interesante pelcula rumana, de un hombre infiel que decide dejar a su esposa por la amante justo para las fechas de navidades, leyendo de la historia los protagonistas son esposos en la vida real, el final inconcluso a mi parecer, pero creo que es un esquema comn en las pelculas del este de Europa, a pesar de todo observe la similitud de muchas de sus costumbres con las nuestras, una extraa coincidencia
Roddy T (ag) wrote: Exploitation garbage.
Lars P (au) wrote: Very moving with good performances. Slightly disturbing that the main character (in his mid-to-late 20's) falls for a 16 year old.
AnnJean P (us) wrote: what a great movie with an old star cast
Matthew S (kr) wrote: Another better than expected sequel. I remember enjoying Red as a villain.
Zach Z (ag) wrote: So Troll 2 has an action movie equivalent.
David H (jp) wrote: I love Bunuel's Dark Humour and Bitter Socio-Critism what Faulkner was to the South Bunuel is to France he detected all that stucked Evilness and Perversions of the French Land Folk
Roy O (kr) wrote: Disappointing remake of the classic Jimmy Stewart movie.
Jason J (au) wrote: An enjoyable adventure of a man mistaken as a spy who has to go on the run. It's nowhere near as good as the 30's and 70's version. Why omit some of the things like the hanging from Big Ben sequence for instance. Rupert Henry-Jones does his best as Hannay but he's not as charismatic as Robert Powell. The cinematography showing the breathtaking Scottish Highlands is fantastic and the action when it happens is fairly exciting. On reflection though, this version of The 39 Steps is thrilling but entirely forgettable. There are better versions of the story available.
Emod L (ag) wrote: I remember what I said about the remake of the Crow and how it will never match the original; but I will still see it out of curiosity. Maybe it might be really good--maybe even better.