In a seedy bar in a town ravaged by war, scientist and businessman Hunt hires mercenary and former Royal Marine D.C. to assemble a crack team of ex-soldiers to protect him on a dangerous journey into no-man's land. Their mission is to scope out an old military bunker in Eastern Europe. It should be easy – 48 hours at the most. Lots of cash for little risk. Or so he says...

In war-torn Eastern Europe, a world-weary group of mercenaries discover a long-hidden secret in an abandoned WWII bunker. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Dave R (br) wrote: Well the first one was so much better then this one but this one was not to far behind it it was good but could have been a little bit more better then it was wasn't boring thow still good

Connor G (au) wrote: The last half an hour seemed strange, and unlike the rest of the movie, but it showed the fall in popularity of street art because of Mr. Brainwash, and I felt very bothered, almost disgusted by what he did to the movement. I think it accomplished what it set out to do very well.

Jaime L (it) wrote: I recognize how people can like this film but for me I couldn't maintain any interest, looking at the genres listed on this site I can't agree with it as I didn't find Beginners to be either comedic or dramatic. Lukewarm water is all it is.

jason b (ca) wrote: I have to say, isn't it interesting that often the best westerns are European? I'm not exactly saying this was '[b]the best[/b]' but think of Sergio Leone's 4 great American releases. I mean 'The Good the Bad and the Ugly" + "Once upon a time in the west"? These were fantastic films, shot not by Americans. This movie definitely opened in classic Sergio style with slow dialogue and interesting shots. I agree with others that the heart that Sergio had wasn't necessarily in this one, but, it is Polish and not Italian, so some of the high opera was definitely lost. But, I think this movie almost stands on its on in some ways as not a mere rip off of a spaghetti, or American style western, but rather it borrows from both types and adds its own eastern European touches. If you REALLY like westerns, or rather 'good' westerns, and you like different styles 'i.e. you liked Dead Man', you will most likely find this one a gem.

Jenrissa M (us) wrote: The best in a long time

Yash B (mx) wrote: It's a heartfelt and very funny movie. It's an original movie that is surprisingly very clever. It's better than I expected for sure. Among the better animation films out there that all ages can enjoy together.

Beaux C (mx) wrote: Metaphorical Perfection!

Vadim D (de) wrote: Save a few jokes, this is a pretty weak film. But I' didn't have much from beginning.

Allan C (us) wrote: I liked the cast (Paul Rudd, Casey Affleck, Kate Hudson, Christina Ricci, Dave Chappelle, Janeane Garofalo, David Johansen, Catherine Kellner, Martha Plimpton and others), the music and the look and style of this film. However, these stories of 20-somthings in 1981 New York on New Year's Eve is killed by the uninteresting characters and their uninteresting stories. Of the stories, I liked the Paul Rudd/Courtney Love one best and it would have been a much better film if the rest were of that quality. It's not a horrible film, but it's something of a missed opportunity.

Gabriel R (mx) wrote: A Cow-boy PUNK-ROCK Road trip journey in the Heart of the American Dream... Great classic Punk sound track...

Marko S (mx) wrote: an old school movie with lots of fun and adventure. somewhat epic, but also character-driven. nice way to spend an evening after a busy day.

Emily A (br) wrote: Splendidly cheesy / has excellent posters.

Alex K (ag) wrote: I Don't Like Those Kind Of Movies When Men Dress As Women In Drag.

Kevin M W (nl) wrote: Pretty rich and involving superhero tale that happens w/o the prerequisite bad guys but (as in the comics of old) with the heroes struggling with one another in an alternate universe from our own. Big fun.

Knox M (de) wrote: Ignored upon release in 1982, this masterpiece by Samuel Fuller has now joined the pantheon of great movies.

Steven S (jp) wrote: Unfortunately only excellent visual effects from Mr. Harryhausen save FIRST MEN IN THE MOON from being utterly dull. Despite an exciting finale, Edward Judd makes an unconvincing hero, and Lionel Jeffries does his best to be Peter Cushing.

John E (fr) wrote: My kids love this movie. So much better than the standard American fare for children. Plenty to keep adults amused. Delivers a few good messages without the schmaltz.