By the late 1920's aircraft designer R.J. Mitchell feels he has achieved all he wants with his revolutionary mono-planes winning trophy after trophy. But a holiday in Germany shortly after Hitler assumes power convinces him that it is vital to design a completely new type of fighter plane and that sooner or later Britain's very survival may depend on what he comes to call the Spitfire. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Sean S (fr) wrote: Waiting for Rogue cut, but a great sequel worth the wait for sure!
Josh C (gb) wrote: This movie was amazing. Great acting and amazing comedy. A classic chick flic (for anyone to watch). It is predictable, but what movie inst. A fun movie for any age and a must see.
Zachary G (us) wrote: I came to Rotten Tomatoes to look something up about Nacho Libre to find an abysmal score from critics and audience alike. How does this movie have such a low score? The comedy is slapstick ridiculous genius at its best. Jack Black takes this movie to the next level. Dare I say, it is even better than the much more liked Jared Hess film, Napoleon Dynamite. The comedy between the two is so similar it is hard to imagine a person can like one and not the other. This is the kind of comedy movie that you cannot look away from. You have to pay attention to every little nuance in Jack Blacks expressions and tone of voice or you will miss some of the funniest parts of the movie. By the second or third time watching this movie I knew that in twenty years I can come back and watch it again only to find funny parts I never even noticed before. Nacho Libre and School of Rock are the movies Jack Black was born to act in.
Robert W (ca) wrote: Loggerheads is a sensitive, intelligent film about three seemingly unrelated stories that all tie together rather murkily in the end. One of the main plot points is left ambiguously hanging at the end, and another is dropped altogether. When it was all over, it really just struck me as another "Gay man with AIDS" movie. Though, Tess Harper really can't get enough praise for her performance. It would have been really easy for her to turn Elizabeth into a simple, bigoted caricature, but instead, she opted to play a complex, interesting and conflicted character. That extra 1/2 star is for her.
Nefer 1 (jp) wrote: Moins bon que English Patient mais meilleur que NoteBook !
Doctor S (nl) wrote: Futuristic/apocalyptic adventure with BA Woods looks like it could entertain.
Maggie F (us) wrote: Being a 2 year old and having "scary" movies such as this being played does leave some strange childhood fears.
Grant W (es) wrote: What was this depraved crap?
Dan M (kr) wrote: Ridiculous, over-the-top melodrama with scenery-chewing actresses and I loved every second of it!
Nigel W (ca) wrote: Where it all started. Compare this with the very loose remake - The Boyfriend by Ken Russell
Gabriel C (kr) wrote: Smartly written and wickedly funny.
Gary S (ru) wrote: I've watched this movie several times but I don't think it's very good at all. The plot makes no sense. Both Penn and Bacon's character simply have no empathy for Robbin's character. The character is victimized twice and it doesn't mean anything to anyone...not even his wife. Stupid!
kurt n (mx) wrote: Saw this documentary at the Sundance Film Festival. Great film.
Patrick L (fr) wrote: "45 Years is both a daring and provocative look into the dramatic effects of a long-term marriage. Courtenay and Rampling give terrific performances in this heartbreaking drama"Movie Review: 45 YearsDate Viewed: April 22 2016Directed By Andrew Haigh (Greek Pete and Weekend)Screenplay By Andrew Haigh, Based on the short story "In Another Country" by David ConstantineStarring: Charlotte Rampling, Tom Courtenay, Geraldine James, Dolly Wells, Max Rudd, Sam Alexander, David Sibley, Richard Cunningham, Kevin Matadeen and Hannah Chalmers."45 Years" is a beautiful small drama about an elderly British couple going through a crisis in their marriage. They are about to celebrate their 45th wedding anniversary but a devastating secret threatens to destroy their marriage. Tom Courtenay and Charlotte Rampling (who received an Oscar nomination for Best Actress for this film) give terrific performances in this heartbreaking film from writer and director Andrew Haigh (Greek Pete and Weekend). This shattering drama is both a daring and provocative look into the dramatic effects of a long-term marriage.Mostly set in the English countryside, "45 Years" is about an elderly British couple, Kate and Geoff Mercer (Rampling and Courtenay) who are about to celebrate their 45th wedding anniversary. A week before they can celebrate with their friends and family, Geoff receives a letter in the mail from Switzerland. It says that the body of his first lover, Katya was discovered in the frozen icy glaciers of the Swiss Alps. Geoff told Kate about his relationship with Katya years earlier but soon Kate begins to uncover secrets from Geoff's past and those secrets alone could put their long marriage in jeopardy.Superbly acted by the two leads, "45 Years" is a perfect acting showcase for Courtenay and Rampling. It maybe an emotional lightning rod but "45 Years" is a terrifically quiet adult drama.
Deadly V (kr) wrote: Screenwriter John Guare and director Louis Malle give tribute to people in transition, set to the back drop of a city in transition.