Stones Fot the Rampart

Stones Fot the Rampart

Based on a well-known Polish novel with the same title the movie re-tells a true life story of a group of scouts called ''Szare Szeregi'' (Gray Ranks) during the Nazi occupation of Warsaw ...

Based on a well-known Polish novel with the same title the movie re-tells a true life story of a group of scouts called ''Szare Szeregi'' (Gray Ranks) during the Nazi occupation of Warsaw ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Stones Fot the Rampart torrent reviews

Kit T (mx) wrote: Jason Bateman is awesome.

Stephen B (br) wrote: Great movie, I definitely recommend.

Jason D (us) wrote: Another by-the-books, Nature-Rum-Amok, Killer Snakes movie where generic madman lets loose a group of cartoon snakes that gather around a generic small fishing community where they begin to feast no generic characters. Had the potential to be something special with a developing story and notable actors (Corbin Bernsen, Don S. Davis), not to mention an excess amount of blood (thanks in part to the snakes being carnivorous), but the movie quickly goes downhill thanks to bad effects, bad acting (especially the failtastic Tara Reid), and a very anticlimactic climax, along with a predictable ending. The Maneater series is getting better and better with each movie, but rest assured, that isn't saying much.

Gabriel K (ag) wrote: Started off passable, but quickly became too melodramatic and cliched, to the point where some scenes looked like they were taken from other movies. The plot was contrived, with too many clumsy sub-plots, and downright not plausible.

Jessica H (fr) wrote: A younger actor, a few shirtless scenes and it would not look like great gramps needed extra cash, so he's trying to be an action star.

Jacob K (nl) wrote: While having the originality to call it a prehistoric crocodile and not some genetically modified beast makes the movie less of a movie to come from this decade. But still has the indecency to steal from really what could have just been a jurassic park but it got let loose.

Anshuman S (fr) wrote: Gr8 comedy one of my childhood fav

John B (au) wrote: An Allen film that is seldom mentioned. It pales in comparison to Annie Hall but it is a very strong film thanks to the ladies involved.

David D (de) wrote: Not a terrible film but also not a particularly good one. Not even Hammer Studios at their best but still not entirely disappointing. In other words, a just so-so horror film. The settings and costumes are up to the usual Hammer standard and the performances are generally quite solid but the characters are not really believably written. Eric Porter, for instance, does his usual workmanlike job in the lead but the character is simply not one I ever felt was real. The film blends Hammer's style with the increased gore required of horror films in the Seventies and an attempt at an intelligent story that fails only in its failed human motivations and some rather absurd murder weapons.

Brian R (mx) wrote: A nigh on perfect film with brilliantly naturalistic performances by adults and children alike, particularly the two Alans: Alan Bates as 'Jesus' and Alan Barnes as Charlie.

John M (ca) wrote: Although the plot might sound a little sappy and sentimental, the performances, especially those of Jack Black and the children, ensure that it never falls into that trap. But, don't make the mistake of thinking that lack of saccharine sentimentality means lacsk of heart; Black brims with a kind of electricity and joy, which, even the most world-weary and cynical amongst us would find it hard not to get swept along with. As this type of movie goes, School of Rock is just about the best there is, with the exception, maybe, of Sister Act. And, for a music-based film to be mentioned in the same breath as Sister Act is very high praise indeed.

Sharon S (au) wrote: The critics missed what the audience saw. This can be a slow starter, but there is plenty in the bleak landscape to capture attention. So does Cillian Murphy, as always. Murphy totally pulls the whole thing off and gives it meaning with his performance when he confronts his mother when he returns as a grown man. His grief is palpable. With so much grief - on all sides - the question is, how can anyone heal? This is a universal human theme and one beautifully presented in this movie. A little hard to get at? - the critics didn't bother and any audience will get a better picture if they are willing to get beyond the usual Hollywood blockbuster, explosions and gunfire that gets dumped on us as "entertainment" elsewhere. Aloft is a good movie, subtle, but beautifully done.