Spoils of War
Five SS soldiers infiltrate Austria near the Italian border in the autumn of 1944 to kidnap the ehad of Operation Bernhard - a secret German plan devised to destabililize the Allied war effort by flooding its economy with counterfeit currency.
- Stars:Preston James Hillier, Krash Miller, Russell Whaley, Jerry Facchini, Chad Kodiak, Michael G. Kehoe, Jeff Warner, Ingo Albrecht, Mark Alkofer, Thomas Anders, Ambrose Andersen, Kurt Berntsen, Connell Brewer, Eddie Caldwell, Stefano Callini,
- Director:Jean Liberté,
- Writer:Patrick McManus, Hal Olofsson
Five American soldiers enter Nazi-occupied Europe on a covert assignment to kidnap the head of Operation Bernhard. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Spoils of War torrent reviews
(kr) wrote: Pish, not even a C movie..waste o time n money
(es) wrote: Please remove this film from my memory.
(br) wrote: It's like the GAME, only a whole like wacker!
(de) wrote: This is a really enjoyable horror series. In terns of tone, it's best comparison is probably "Evil Dead 2" or "Dead Alive". Gleefully gory but charmingly funny at the same time. None of those films have preconceptions that they are anything more than pure unadulterated entertainment. This film in particular does a good job of not wasting time on exposition and gets right into the gory action picking up right after the second film. This film is is some ways better than part two, which kind of bogged down a bit in the middle, as this film never lets up and constantly introduces new interesting characters and new monsters. Overall, a really fun film in a very underrated horror/comedy series.
(mx) wrote: WHAT A SLOW MOVING AND BORING MOVIE. JEEZ, IT SEEMED LIKE IT WAS THREE HOURS LONG. RATHER BIZARRE STORY, TOTALLY UNCONVINCING. I UNDERSTAND AN ACCIDENT AND THE DEATH OF A CHILD CAN BE TRAUMATIC, BUT THIS IS WAY TOO EXTREME. THE PERFORMANCES ARE OKAY. O DOUBT THE STATE OF ARKANSAS IS AMUSED AT IT'S PORTRAYAL OF THEIR CITIZENS.
(es) wrote: Not too bad as far as ghost films go.
(nl) wrote: This is a really good movie no ones even heard of...reccomended
(us) wrote: YO QUERIA LA DE IL CASTRATO,MAS ESTA ESTA BIEN
(mx) wrote: During the Cultural Revolution in China in the mid-1960s, a French diplomat falls in love with a singer in the Beijing Opera. Interwoven with allusions to the Puccini opera "Madama Butterfly", a story of love and betrayal unfolds 6.7 rating on IMDB 3700 people rating. I have been watching the movies of David Cronenberg--considered a cold emotionless director ( Some what true but I basically disagree) He has made some of the most emotionally devastating films I've ever seen, from the romantic tragedy of The Fly to the human wreckage of Crash & Spider & the heartbreaking Dead Ringers. He has an ability to touch the emotions & still be intellectual which makes him stand out among contemporary directors. Similar to David Lynch he is particularly good on the subject of one person's desperate need for something or someone & their yearning for requited love, meaning, redemption or some other kind of closure. Covering almost twenty years in the life of a tawdry French diplomat (Jeremy Irons), the story of M. Butterfly seems to depict the lengths to which people will maintain their delusions to stay happy. After seeing a lead performer (John Lone) in Puccini's Madame Butterfly, the diplomat falls in love with the star singer. Though the object of his love is cross-dressing actor, the diplomat seems oblivious to the truth and begins an affair of some chasteness for years in China. When the Communist Cultural Revolution separates the would-be lovers, the actress Song is sent off to prison and the diplomat is recalled to France. When they re-connect years later at Song's urging, the Irons character may be the victim of a spy plot to gain sensitive information for the Communist government and Song may be the key manipulator. The issue for the lovers is how much each knows about the other-and how much each keeps secret from the other (if anything). Film is Cronenberg's least-known & most underrated work, far superior to his great cult hit- Scanners. However the film is not as successful as the Broadway play--the film is never truly convincing. The film moves away from the play's stylistic elements, then works better as a fascinatingly cold-blooded assessment of love. Intense as Gallimard's longing is, it emerges more & more clearly as a product of his imagination as the story moves on. Inspired by the true story of a French diplomat in China during the 1960s who conducted an 18-year affair with a native man he always thought was a woman & who was later convicted of espionage, Film worked onstage because the plot device worked due to the distance created by the theatrical setting so the audience could accept the rather far-fetched premise. Cinematography is breath taking in China & other parts of Asia. The film is idiosyncratic as Mr. Cronenberg's work always is. However I do not PAN this film like all the other reviewers in fact though the film is slow I enjoyed this film. (You can also enjoy if you suspend your beliefs for 2 hours)
(us) wrote: A wonderful, and heartwarming story, with Barbra's beautiful voice as a definate added treat. A bit of humor to boot, but shows the determination one can have when they want something bad enough.
(ag) wrote: One of the best Big B movies. Awesome throughout.
(nl) wrote: A delightful ensemble comedy written by the amazing Neil Simon. This is one of Simon's best works. Jane Fonda, Alan Alda, Maggie Smith, Michael Caine, Bill Cosby, Richard Pryor, Walter Matthau, and Eliane May are exceptionally hilarious and sometimes heartbreaking depending on the storyline. I loved this movie so much I will watch it over and over for years to come
(kr) wrote: Weird, saddist Alfred Hitchcock plot involves a sick brother and sister act that has police looking for a daughter. While the brother and sister behave unusually like husband and wife, they report lost their little girl after enrolling her into a school. Sir Lawrence Olivier is the British detective that almost immediately wonders why no one, besides the two relations, have actually seen this little girl. Directed by the famous Otto Preminger.* Suspenseful with a maddening brother-sister relationship bordering on incest. If they had sex it would have been worse, but you get the idea of how abnormal this relationship appears. (I have never liked Keir Dullea (the brother) in any film I have seen of him. He plays dispicable characters who are psycopaths or worse. With a name like Keir, is it no wonder?) NOTE: * Dismissed by both critics and Preminger as insignificant upon its release in 1965, the film later earned a following as a cult classic, along with strong reviews by critics such as Andrew Sarris. Columbia Pictures wanted Otto Preminger to cast Jane Fonda as Ann Lake, who was eager to play the role, but Preminger insisted upon using Carol Lynley. Director: Otto Preminger Writers: John Mortimer (screenplay), Penelope Mortimer (screenplay) Stars: Keir Dullea (the brother) Carol Lynley (the sister) Laurence Olivier (the detective)
(ca) wrote: Saw the trailer to this and it looks pretty scary. Maybe something I should watch this Halloween perhaps.
(es) wrote: Excellent movie with good storyline. Beautiful scenery too!
(fr) wrote: Well this was a movie.