Skeleton Coast

Skeleton Coast

A retired Army colonel attempts to rescue his imprisoned son in this action packed thriller. To save his CIA operative son from terrorists, Col. Smith (Ernest Borgnine) and a group of mercenaries head to war-torn Angola's Skeleton Coast, where they must infiltrate an armed compound run by a sadistic East German officer before Smith's son is tortured to death. Robert Vaughn, Oliver Reed and Herbert Lom costar.

An elderly American soldier arrives in Angola, where he has organised an audacious mission to spring his son, an imprisoned CIA agent, out of a heavily fortified stronghold. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Skeleton Coast torrent reviews

Akii M (de) wrote: The Drawn Together movie is a great way of saying goodbye. The movie is even better than the tv show. You can now hear everything. Its funny and sometimes sad because you know its the end. Id give it a B thought it has its stupid moments its a really good movie

Matt B (us) wrote: Biutiful (and it's pronounced "beautiful" by the way) is without a doubt a step down from Alejandro Gonzlez Irritu's previous dramas. It's just too messy. There are too many useless characters and too many themes Irritu is trying to bring about. I am still recommending the movie, however, for Javier Bardem and Javier Bardem alone. His performance is real, gut-wrenching and certainly Oscar-worthy.

Anne S (mx) wrote: Cute, but.. really.. that's about all I can say for it..

Eduardo S (fr) wrote: Excelente! de lo mejor que vi en mucho tiempo.

Asif K (es) wrote: this Golem character !!!! i have seen him somewhere else !!!! well i may see this movie

Tanner B (ru) wrote: Bad Lieutenant (1992) C-96m. ??? D: Abel Ferrara. Harvey Keitel, Victor Argo, Paul Calderon. Drab, bleak, but effectual look at immoral policeman's investigation of young nun's deflowering. How much you enjoy this film will depend on how much you sympathize with Kietel--and how much you stomach his wrong decisions; not entirely successful, but still interesting. Rated NC-17 for full-frontal Keitel.

Eduardo R (it) wrote: Unlike other movies, 'Holding the Man' offers a beautiful view of a very sad story.