En octobre 1942, à Tobrouk, un commando français fait sauter des dépôts d'essence allemands. Quatre soldats parviennent à s'enfuir et se retrouvent bientôt perdus en plein désert. Après une journée de marche harassante, ils repèrent une auto-mitrailleuse allemande et ses cinq occupants. Un seul échappe à la mort et est fait prisonnier. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Steve W (it) wrote: I'm a huge TMBG fan, but this is just so boring... the people they interviewed are so random. (Not to mention, Syd Straw is actually a huge liar so everything she says is pointless!) Get the DVD for the special features, because there are many of them... just a shame we didn't get the long lost music video for "Rabid Child."
Ben E (ca) wrote: Disappointing. Had the potential to be something really funny.
Mark S (fr) wrote: slow getting to the point, but when it does. its twisted as all french horror gets.vincent cassel is ha-larious with his character's racism and weirdness which i believe shoulda been oscarworthy.
Magnus K (us) wrote: Dont remember if I have seen it or if it was good. But my guess is: Well.........
Tristan M (ca) wrote: A movie that shows two sides of the war. Not just the never ending chaos and slaughtering of La Drang valley in Vietnam but the home front, the women back home with their husbands off killing or getting killed. It's very intense, sometimes even topping off parts of Saving Private Ryan, with some of the best helicopter scenes I've seen, something I have know come to love in Vietnam war movies. The music is also one of my favorites in a movie, and it is perfect. It doesn't really show the traditional wet, raining jungle that we are used to seeing in Vietnam war movies, and instead shows a small patch of grass with surrounding hills and trees. So if you are expcting a Platoon or Full Metal Jacket movie, look to Hamburger Hill instead, because this one is unlike any of them. There are some great actors in it to but way too many to keep track of them all. A non-stop action movie that is a must see for almost anyone. But warning the edited version for TV is terrible! So much important stuff is cut out, as are most of the more gory scenes. Other times blood is edited out, and one scene is even in black and white so we don't see the colors on a badly burned soldiers face. But the real version is amazing and is number 2 on my top 15 favorite war movie list.
Sarah B (ru) wrote: wonderful movie to watch with the kids!!
Caitlin M (gb) wrote: Much like the book, though not quite as well filmed as the novel was well written. Entertaining. Recommended to anyone who likes stories set in Victorian times or has read the original.
Victoria G (mx) wrote: This movie gets me every time....it has a very strong message.
Art S (es) wrote: Even with three of their monsters involved (Dracula, The Wolf Man, and Frankenstein's Monster), Universal Studios can't seem to create any excitement in this film. It might be the fault of director Erle C. Kenton (but his House of Frankenstein was OK and a bit zany, as I recall). Instead, it might be the script that has all these monsters seeking cures (well Larry Talbot _always_ did that anyway, I guess) and everyone basically treating them as normal. I think this is the right approach for mental illness -- we need to destigmatize it -- but these are monsters! Possibly the last in the series if you don't count the Abbott and Costello venture.
Milorad G (de) wrote: If you want to relax while watching a movie, I think Donnie Darko is not for you.For me watching Donnie Darko was a lifetime experience, probably like a teen version of Inception, maybe even more complicated.Acting in this movie is incredible, directing is also good, soundtrack phenomenal.
Richard D (de) wrote: The commercial and critical peak of Bakshi's career, and while I don't personally think it's his best film, it's a strong indicator of the kinds of films he would have made if the furor over "Coonskin" hadn't derailed his career. This is a ferociously adult film. Bakshi takes advantage of the credit he earned from the commercial success of "Fritz the Cat" to make a far more personal film. It's really the animated equivalent of the street realism on display in many films coming out of New York in the early 70's. I consider it a minor masterpiece.
Alexander J G (mx) wrote: Gotta luv N****s Wif Attitude
Miranda L (ca) wrote: Good, very good. A must see.