A group of American boys discovers a Russian sailor washed up on the coast of Florida and decide to befriend him, assuming that he is friendly and will bring them no danger and thus go against the ideas of their parents, as well as the government.
- Category:War, Drama
- Stars:Ralph Richardson, Pat McGrath, Anna Neagle, Laurence Olivier, Michael Powell, Herbert Wilcox, Tommy Woodrooffe, Whip Hubley, Joaquin Phoenix, Peter Billingsley, Stefan DeSalle, Susan Walters, Patrick Kilpatrick, Vic Polizos, Charles Frank, Susan Blanchard, Benjamin Hendrickson, Carole King, Voyo Goric, Al White, Patrick Mickler, Summer Phoenix,
- Director:Rick Rosenthal,
- Writer:Sheldon Lettich (story), Alan Jay Glueckman (story), Alan Jay Glueckman (screenplay), Sheldon Lettich (screenplay), Michael Nankin (screenplay)
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Russkies torrent reviews
(de) wrote: This zombie flick had kind of bad CGI, the script was a good idea, but in execution, it was horrible. But what really kills it is the ending. A real tearjerker.
(ag) wrote: If you like sharks, you will love this. Brilliant action from beginning to end with a few extra thrillers thrown in. Definitely one to watch. Another film recommended for the shark lovers of us is Sharknado - a must see!
(kr) wrote: Les Blank's Burden of Dreams is the documentary about the german filmmaker Werner Herzog's incredible journey into the amazon jungle to film his masterpiece Fitzcarraldo. A hard, dangerous and difficult journey, a fight against goverments, against cast and crew and against time. Blank try to focusing much on the native indians who's language and culture is near extinction thanks to a globalizing world, more precisely Americanization, and they are not careful to show us all the coca-cola bilboards and Mickey Mouse T-shirts as a sympol of exactly that. Werner Herzog let himself be interview without any problems and expresses his opinion in front of the camera extreamly good. His not only a filmmaker, but also a poet, a realistic one. The one thing I did surley missed was Herzog's struggel with Klaus Kinksi, he seemed perfectly sane, more sane that Herzog. But that's another documentary called My Best Fiend. Overall this is a great documentary in honor of the dying native people of the amazons, but it isn't great because of the lack of Kinski.
(us) wrote: Great movie, and a warning to treat your partner with a little more respect, I don't care how famous or handsome you are!
(br) wrote: The cast and subject matter had so much potential, yet the characters and a some of the story felt underdeveloped.