Lt. Col. Robert (Dutch) Holland was a third baseman for the St. Louis Cardinals, not a pitcher. While at spring training a B-36 flew over the field and Dutch was standing on third base. ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Strategic Air Command
Air Force reservist Lt. Col. Robert (Dutch) Holland is recalled into active duty at the peak of his baseball career.
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Jax R (br) wrote: Hear Hear Matthew Castillo! (Previous rating).Shia LaBeouf does a great job in portraying a marine suffering from PTSD. For all of the critics out there who say the movie doesn't give justice, my husband served in the Gulf War and reckons it's a pretty good portrayal. How many of the critics served?
Luis F (br) wrote: Good movie, all an agony so this girl goes by the ravages of society and fanaticism.
Vincent L (us) wrote: Beautifully shot Australian country. Characters are well developed but would have loved more development in the relationship between the leads. Alex Dimitriades is getting old... as with all of us who was born in the 70's.
Adrian B (it) wrote: Tragic documentary that paints a real brutal picture of the U.S. Army during the Afghan War. It seems that during the war between 2002 and 2006, there were a number of scandals that were arising with the detainment and torture of potential war criminals during the early to middle stages of the war. Several of the detainees had subsequently been released and were interviewed to be part of this movie, of which they were actually innocent and had not ties to criminal activities. Others died during the process, including other ones who were innocent. This caused a stir in the U.S. Congress and emphasized how ugly the war was from a completely different angle than the bloodshed and suicide bombings. Certainly defamation to the U.S. Army's character and deservedly so. Sad and very, very effective. Even the soldiers who were involved in the torturing process, either directly or indirectly, were psychologically damaged during this process.
Aquiles V (it) wrote: A simple, but interesting story that's told like memories from the protagonist. It has a stylish direction and good cinematography, but despite being a relatively short movie it feels longer than it is. I enjoyed it, but I wouldn't see it again.
Walter H (br) wrote: It has a pretty slow 1st half buth then this flick went to a higher gear and was quite engaging. You really wanted to see the underdog win, and then make a comeback and win again. Kids can skip it until it gets to the part right before Seabiscuit and Red are matched up. That's where they'll start to enjoy it. Me too.
John A (fr) wrote: Clint Eastwood, Directs, Produces & Stars In This Classic Western About Faith & Hope. The Film Follows Miners In A Small Village, Which Are Being Threatened By The Major Of A Neighboring Town. A Preacher (Clint Eastwood) Is Passing Through, While Spending A Few Days In The Village He Inspires Both Faith And Hope Into The Community. But When The Villagers Enemies Hire A Crooked US Marshall & His Deputies To Inflict Death, The Preacher Puts Down His Collar, And Picks Up His Guns, To Help Save The Small Community. This Classic 80's Flick Features Quite A Few Similarities To The Classic Western, Shane. Pale Rider Delivers Excellent Performances With A Well Written Script, A Decent And Uncomplicated Plot, Beautiful Cinematography And Great Character Development This Is A Great Piece Of Cinema, From An Era Where Westerns Had Died Out.
Muffin M (de) wrote: At the height of the frontier era, a locomotive races through the Rocky Mountains on a classified mission to a remote Army post. But one by one, the passengers are being murdered! Their only hope is John Deakin (Charles Bronson), a mysterious prisoner-in-transit who must fight for his life - and the lives of everyone on the train - as he uncovers a deadly secret that explodes in a torrent of shocking revelations, explosive brawls and blazing gun battles.also stars Ben Johnson, Jill Ireland, Richard Crenna, Charles Durning, Roy Jenson, Casey Tibbs, Archie Moore and Joe Kapp.directed by Tom Gries.
iain m (kr) wrote: much closer to the audience than the critics - not really my cup of tea, but not a bad film
john (kr) wrote: Awesome movie, able to tell story without words and be entertaining.Great for all ages, Loved the ugly dog Slip.
Ralph R (gb) wrote: Pesci: Why do they call you the Milkman? Milkman: I shot the Milkman. This film has its high spots, but it has a terrible message in that government can decide what is efficient.
Lauren S (de) wrote: I love movies and I love art. This is the first movie I've seen on forgery in the art world. Could have had a better plot. But I enjoyed this movie alot.
Robert S (mx) wrote: It's the story of war in Afghanistan that Hollywood just won't make. 100% Recommended!