Sharpe's Waterloo

Sharpe's Waterloo

Based on the novel by Bernard Cornwell, "Sharpe's Waterloo" brings maverick British officer Lt. Col. Richard Sharpe to his last fight against the French, in June of 1815.

Based on the novel by Bernard Cornwell, "Sharpe's Waterloo" brings maverick British officer Lt. Col. Richard Sharpe to his last fight against the French, in June of 1815. Sharpe is assigned... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Xavier T (es) wrote: Felt real uneasy after watching this. Felt worst after finding out this was based on a REAL event...

David S (mx) wrote: After you learn what nothing is (or isn't?), and after watching the funniest cartoon shorts ever, you're given voiced dubbed hilarity over the cheesiest movie I've ever seen. The Rifftrax geniuses hit another one out of the park, spoofing Jack the Giant Killer. Everybody should watch a Rifftrax film before they die. You'll probably get hooked and continue watching them from then on out.

Kostas P (au) wrote: I liked the first part somewhat and that's why I kept watching the movie. But it went on to be predictable and even boring at times. And then, along came Monica... (sigh)

Kalvin N (ru) wrote: The beginning was ok, but got too bloody at the end. A porno turned into a torture/killing movie at the end.

Mat D (ag) wrote: Really enjoyed this. It's a story that's been done plenty of times before but the lead acting is superb and it's rare to see a film that manages to be so funny in some parts and so moving in others. Excellent.

Brando R (fr) wrote: It's hard to pinpoint what goes wrong with this movie for me. If I had to guess, it could be that there seems to be some sort of disconnect between the acting and directing. Perhaps it's the fact some strange choices are made in the making of the film, such as the scene where the grandmother is alone in her bar and apparently is listening to "Boss DJ." It's probably just the fact that it's hard for me to get into a movie where the characters are just so gosh darn unlikeable and unsympathetic. Unless we're supposed to think that a good way of tying up loose ends before skipping town is armed robbery at your friend's dad's store.On the other hand, I do think my teacher from film school would LOOOVE this movie, and it's kind of interesting to watch the girl that works at the bar I go to be in a movie.

Matt M (mx) wrote: A documentary painting a picture of Ireland and what became of it since its 1916 rising. An interesting documentary making important and daring comments, among others, on the grip the Catholic Church had on the country and for which it was initially condemned. Today, it stands as one of the most important early Irish films, able to rise above the non existing Irish film industry.

Craig B (de) wrote: Interesting movie. Exactly as the title suggests. A lady is in a cage!! [Well - not by choice]

Wes S (ag) wrote: Poorly paced with a uninteresting story despite a neat concept. The characters and dialog are bland. Simple plot, simple ending, and a very simple villain.

Bill T (mx) wrote: Two of cinema's greatest racist charactures-that got away with it because they're so good, Charlie Chan and Stepin Fetchit are put into a film together! Charlie Chan is called into Egypt for one reason or another, but, as usual, he finds a murder on his hands. A lot of the other actors do all the meaty work while Oland just stands around burbling proverbs lol. Still, this is one of the more entertaining Charlie Chan vehicles, primarily because of the bizarre addition of Mr. Fetchit.

Greg H (it) wrote: An eloquent and raw rebuttal to Brando's misunderstood place in popular culture, narrated by the man himself. Lovingly labored over by the director of Everything or Nothing at All (the definitive James Bond film retrospective.) fascinating.

Stuart K (us) wrote: One of the first Blaxploitation films to make it big, based upon Chester Himes' 1965 novel, the 6th in a series of Harlem Detective books, and co-written and directed for film by Ossie Davis, (best known as John F. Kennedy in Bubba Ho-tep (2002)), this is a down and dirty cop movie but with a black streak of humour throughout. Two New York detectives, Gravedigger Jones (Godfrey Cambridge) and Coffin Ed Johnson (Raymond St. Jacques) are on the tail of a huge bale of cotton, filled with $87,000 of the life savings of poor black families. The detectives go looking for this bale of cotton but it always seems to be one step ahead of them, and it brings trouble wherever it goes. While investigating, they keep coming across black nationalist leader Reverend Deke O'Malley (Calvin Lockhart), who had planned to use the $87,000 to help some of the poor families reunite with distant relatives in Africa. But, Gravedigger and Coffin Ed don't have a softly-softly approach to solving crime, and they don't trust the Reverend one bit either, as he has an agenda of his own. A very ambitious film for it's time, combining urban humour with the gritty hardships of the ghetto of Harlem, but it has some memorable moments and some good action too. A sequel followed 2 years later, but that's rarer than hen's teeth sadly.