Serving in Silence: The Margarethe Cammermeyer Story
The true story of a decorated officer's legal challenge to her involuntary discharge when she admitted she was homosexual.
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Shannon T (es) wrote: hollarious moving story.
Emod L (ru) wrote: 61%By far the bloodiest movie I've ever seen.
Tom L (it) wrote: Want to see this, looks good and reminds me of the old ones.
Sarah F (us) wrote: I wonder what this is about, i think ill see it!
Emil (it) wrote: Lol very cool special effects
Amethyst v (ru) wrote: Funny film about a self overated actress trying to scheme her way into English nobility only to be exposed big time. Interesting plot .
Reiyan B (ru) wrote: The stoner's guide to winning any argument that would involve "the unjust decriminalization of marijuana" or "why it should be legalized."
Brian R (au) wrote: One of the finest cult classic movies of the 80's.
Simon D (ru) wrote: One of the better 80's sci-fi films but, like a lot of them, the story isn't very deep at all.
Matthew T (ru) wrote: Perfect adventure comedy. George Hamilton's Zorro is more than mere spoof. His Zorro despite the jocular humor is as sincere a performance as Tyrone Power and more charming than Antonio Banderas and both Zorro's were excellent on film. Of course I speak of Don Diego as for Bunny Wigglesworth (or Ramone, the flamboyant twin brother their father shipped to the British navy) thats a whole different creation. The British dandy when disguised as the rogue approaches the character with all the flare of a fashion designer. Actually in truth this hyper stylish Zorro could be compared into some sense the Scarlett Pimpernel. The humor in this film of course centers arounds stereotypes but they are never coarse or mean spirited and all is done in equal measure. The humor is somewhat akin to a Mel Brooks film or Looney Tunes. Which in this day of gross out humor, sugar coated/potty mouth kids flicked, and ultra serious remakes and reboots we could use a bit of lighthearted fun back into theaters.
Carlos M (nl) wrote: This uneven post-war animated anthology - the third of Disney's six package films released in the 1940s - feels more like a popular version of Fantasia, with pop music in lieu of the Classics, yet none of the segments is memorable, not even as shorts, much less put together.
Timothy M (gb) wrote: A fun to watch old swashbuckler about the Spanish armarda. Olivier is good as the lead, and Flora Robson is quite good as the Queen. Worth A Look.
Valerie R (it) wrote: Good Movie...very nice images.
Denny T (ag) wrote: In my opinion, this is an excellent "Rocky Balboa" hero type movie in a marshal arts setting starring Jean-Claude Van Damme in his 1980's prime.
Jamie R (ag) wrote: Nothing special to the Rom-com genre, but She's Out of My league is funny enough to last through its running time.
Kenneth L (gb) wrote: This felt like a remake of the first film, but without the originality. Good as a stand-alone film, but not sure why it was necessary.
Christophe C (nl) wrote: Home invasion plutt faiblard qui suit des codes sans chercher les dpasser et qui peine instaurer une ambiance... Mieux vaut (re)dcouvrir THE STRANGERS