Sharpe's Peril

Sharpe's Peril

Our story begins at the end of Sharpe's Challenge. Sharpe and Harper are en route to Madras when they encounter a baggage train from the East India Company traveling through hostile territory. Chitu, a legendary bandit leader in control of the area, strikes fear in the members of the party. When an attack occurs Sharpe takes control of the situation, leading the group 300 miles through enemy territory and training the disorganized, rag-tag group to be proper soldiers. Despite all these responsibilities, Sharpe still manages to find time for a little romance...

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Adrian B (au) wrote: Barely average if not original comedy with some decent moments.

WS W (jp) wrote: Corny, melodramatic & dull.

David H (de) wrote: A nice Remake of the Third Walking Tall Movie with good Action Scenes, Directions and Camera

Mohamed F (ca) wrote: Pretty informative for someone like me, a first hand experience on what it's like to be an indie filmmaker, working the festival circuits, though it doesn't go too deep and the info is lacking, it's still an eye opener for lots of begining filmmakers.

Siavash (ru) wrote: a little bit of propagande I guess, but the sad looks on those childs were no propaganda. I liked the african-american one with big nose the most. he was the bitterness of war, materialized in the body of a soldier. a good documantry. liked it.

Mber L (mx) wrote: This was a GREAT church movie... Unlike Gods army, the acting is really good, and the music is good... But it has NOTHING to do with Gods army.

roger t (de) wrote: enjoyed it for the always interesting performance of Tom Wilkinson.....

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Michael L (nl) wrote: A decent story. Starts off good, but then goes south. Great cast, great story, but needs a real director. Charles Bronson use to wrap a story like this in 30 mins.

rick c (nl) wrote: i really want to see this one.

Andrew B (jp) wrote: Non-spoilers firstGreat movie.A really unique way of filming, using a digital camera of questionable quality. A really unique way of writing, giving actors new scripts each day, apparently channeling some Godard. And a narrative so twisted and surreal it makes Eraserhead look like Inception.The plot, or maybe plots, or maybe even more precisely the complete lack of plot, earns its reputation for being extremely experimental. I think I have a pretty good idea of the main themes that are being explored but I'm not entirely sure how they are meant to reacted to.*Spoilers for those who haven't seen it, I would definitely recommend watching the movie first before reading about it's contents*For me I feel like the movie is exploring the fragility of modern domestic life, and the different ways sexual liberation, and to a certain extent sexual abuse and human sex trafficking, have effected "traditional" family structures. There are also some very meta elements portraying how media portrays relationships and how a person's expectations can be shaped by what they see in fiction.