Saints and Soldiers: Airborne Creed

Saints and Soldiers: Airborne Creed

A group of American GIs work their way through war-torn France during the final days of the Second World War.

On August 15, 1944 the 517th Parachute Regimental Combat Team (PRCT) jumped over the south of France. Their mission was to support and protect the Allied Troops marching to Berlin. Landing ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Saints and Soldiers: Airborne Creed torrent reviews

Hot F (ru) wrote: It started promising, then by the end I was falling asleep. First one was better.

Carlos M (us) wrote: Despite its minor flaws, which includes a clumsy beginning that relies on many coincidences, this bittersweet drama surprisingly grows to become quite mature and revealing, making natural even the seemingly contrived relationship between the character and her husband.

Timothy S (nl) wrote: Most weather-related thrillers like "2012" glorify the destructive power of Mother Nature in all her grandeur, but that is clearly beyond the abilities of the makers of "Ice Twisters". Evidently, that kind of spectacle is not in the budget here, and what special effects that are here are lazily generated by computers and have no impact whatsoever.In fact, the movie itself is so lazy that much of the run time here is dedicated to a lot of mindless chatter that makes such little sense that I tuned most of it out. And if it does actually make sense or have even a sliver of authenticity to it, the only people who would find it interesting are meteorologists. The actors are bland and the dialogue is ridiculously serious, and all that might be worth a laugh or two if the rest of this wasn't so dull. Still, it's those awful effects that kill this faster than anything. "Twister", the big budget film this emulates, had the same hokey acting and dialogue, but at least it had the marvelously exciting tornado sequences that sold it. This is low rent in every aspect there is, and it isn't even fun in a bad way.I suppose there's an audience out there who finds junk like this entertaining, but you can count me out of that club. In my opinion, CGI represented the death of the genre film because the effects look terrible and it made garbage like "Ice Twisters" a lot easier to produce. Anyone with a Mackintosh and a video camera could get a movie on the Sy Fy Channel.

Joo Miguel R (ru) wrote: Dead Snow is a ok - nice movie. I liked it. After many years of horror movies i never thought zombies could actually fight with punches and kicks. But, hey, that's the fun in these movies. These one have Zombies With Attitude. Two things first: the plot is bad and the characters are empty. The a main actors have no clue of what it's representing (or supposed to be like this?!). I kind of liked the obviously stupid scenes (really stupid) with some bad special effects, but then again I think they were intentional. Dead Snow have in my opinion the best death I've seen in movies of this genre, in quite some time, besides having blood and guts all over the place.. very well executed with nice special effects. I recommend this movie for the horror comedy fans. Looking forward for the sequel....

Marlene M (it) wrote: I don't get why this movie has such bad reviews...I thought it was well-made, had ambiguity and a certain mood going on which made it dark and mysterious. Maybe the plot makes some uncomfortable, but without doubt Jonathan Glazer has an incredible talent and shouldn't EVER be underestimated.

Kevin E (de) wrote: This is a very funny film and always makes me laugh. The storyline is good and is always worth a watch. I would definately buy this on DVD. I recommend this to people who like a laugh. Hilarious.

John R (us) wrote: October 2012February 2017

Luca D (au) wrote: Ci sono alcune battute carine ma non esalta mai per via della troppa ingenuita' e superficialita'.

Debbie S (au) wrote: Great movie watch it over and over

Jude P (nl) wrote: Predictable and too macho !

Michael T (gb) wrote: One of the best. MGM's Technicolor delight features the only onscreen pairing of Judy Garland and Fred Astaire - both stars are given a chance to shine; solo ("Drum Crazy," "Steppin' Out with My Baby," "Better Luck Next Time") and together ("A Couple of Swells"). Ann Miller (in her first MGM film) also wows with her solo dance number "Shakin' the Blues Away."

Jay F (us) wrote: Very good overall with a few week scenes here and there.

Torion O (au) wrote: Josh Brolin and Javier Bardem's characters were the only ones that gave this movie the drive I wanted, and when Brolin's character died off-screen it was pretty anticlimactic, and very disappointing. It jumps from various points of view, which adds to a sort of inconsistency prevalent throughout. Despite Javier Bardem's thrilling acting, it couldn't really take away the sense of not caring much for any of the characters, even himself. This sense I describe can only be labelled as a Coen Brothers' specialty that I think is much more honed and better used in movies like Burn After Reading and Hail, Caesar!, but here it's not used in the same spunky way and instead makes for a slightly disappointing movie.

Igor A (it) wrote: eden neverojaten film za eden neverojaten covek :) odlicen pet!!!