A remarkable film that takes a special look at the first war to be truly reported and recorded by one of the more unsung heroes of World War II: the combat photographer. Through the unflinching eye of their camera's lenses, these courageous soldiers continually risked their lives in their brave attempts to capture history.
- Stars:Tom Hanks, Stephen Ambrose, Russ Meyer, Walter Rosenblum, Joe Longo, Doug Wood, Arthur Mainzer, Doug Morrell, Fred Bornet, Harold Kempe, Daniel A. McGovern, Norm Hatch, Johnathan Ercole, Edward Montagne, David L. Quaid,
- Director:Richard Schickel,
- Writer:Richard Schickel
A remarkable film that takes a special look at the first war to be truly reported and recorded by one of the more unsung heroes of World War II: the combat photographer. Through the unflinching eye of their camera's lenses, these courageous soldiers continually risked their lives in their brave attempts to capture history. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Shooting War torrent reviews
(ru) wrote: A very good attempt by the Chinese director Ching-Po Wong to catch up with the South Koreans who mastered the grotesque revenge film genre. Intelligently shot and written. Great actors and magnificent soundtrack. Worth watching.
(mx) wrote: A film that doesn't try. Zero effort on it's part, save for the attempt of a few actors.Script is like something I would have wrote, beyond terrible. Worst Asylum film I have seen to date.
(it) wrote: This film has some truly great moments in it. It's moody, frightening, well-acted and beautifully shot. But then it delves in to a world that is hard to understand if you are not familiar with Swedish customs and rituals. Which I am not. Not to say it's bad, just limited appeal.
(ru) wrote: The movie has good intentions but comes up short
(kr) wrote: Ama-za-zing! Really really funny. Strangely short and awkward celebrity cameos, and lots and lots of flatulence jokes. Lots! Might have become one of my favorite children's movies. And Rupert Grint, if you're a fan, is priceless in it.
(jp) wrote: Not as consistently funny as its reputation, but.... this is one of very, very few movies which can lay claim to having scenes at the same level as Monty Python and the Holy grail. The stonehenge scene in particular is one of the greatest in the history of film comedy. Spinal Tap can also be credited as giving birth to the bountiful mockumentary genre, and the members of Spinal Tap have continued the gag brilliantly beyond the release of the film.While Spinal Tap may be an ingeniously ridiculous creation the Spinal Tap movie isn't just a gagfest. It is even more so a picture of burnout, symbolic of the (big) bottoming out of rock and roll culture at the time yes, but more specifically of the physical and emotional burnout of the band members, amid an aimless playing out the string. There are entire stretches of the movie that lag, which is why I've rated Spinal Tap slightly lower than Guffman and Best in Show. The draggy pace and empty sections may be for a purpose, but that purpose isn't comedy, which this movie at its best does better than nearly any other. Other films can show how drab and exhausting being on tour can be; only Spinal Tap can produce the sights, sounds, and yes, the smells, of rock culture at its most riotously, at times almost endearingly stupid and neanderthal. When it does, it soars, head-bangs and thrusts its way down from comedy heaven
(kr) wrote: I love this movie, but mostly because I loved it as a young boy. Watching it now as an adult, it maked me squirm. And the second half of the movie seems rather pointless and disjointed to the first half. Goldie Hawn is Goldie Hawn at her best though!
(au) wrote: This movie was SO DOPE! From the Chinese guys to Muzzy's antics, you gotta peep this one, a terrif film! ^_~\m/ ps - Julie Andrews.. DUH! ~ Just .. SWELL
(de) wrote: My favorite superhero movie, very well directed, most of the cast are great in their roles, and the story is intriguing and genuine!