Terowongan Casablanca

Terowongan Casablanca


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Terowongan Casablanca torrent reviews

Donald B (au) wrote: great movie one of only two westerns that Wayne died in

Hitesh H (jp) wrote: The title subject lost its debate midway through the film. Anyways a decent execution !

Barney F (fr) wrote: For a TV movie this one was pretty good and Debby Ryan is beautiful as all get out. The story has been played out like a billion times but hey, its worth a view if you like the Disney Channel shows and all them teen sitcoms.

Matt B (es) wrote: Only worth watching for the sake of hearing the voice of Owen Wilson come from a goofy Great Dane

Lee (jp) wrote: To quote a line of dialogue from this movie sums this one up - "we've already been down this road... twice". But, this sequel does have some pretty good gore effects, and an absolutely stunning raven-haired hotty who's introduction to the film comes far too late on. My personal fav of the Species movies.

Jos C (ag) wrote: Chris Rock es genial

Anna J (mx) wrote: has an awesome twist

Jason D (us) wrote: One of the best B-movies in film history, Hollywood Chainsaw Hookers pretty much says it all in the title as a religious cult of hookers that worship the chainsaw go out and make sacrifices of their paying patrons. The cult is lead by the very monotone and boring Gunnar Hansen (though he's a bit monotone, his delivery of dialog is appropriate, and funny at times, just for its sheer corniness). The nakedness of Michelle Bauer and Linnea Quigley is astounding, very much worth the price of admission as those two were very hot back in the day. The film has balls; and the audacity to play itself like an episode of Columbo mixed with old school film noir movies, but when you have battling chainsaw duels or the Virgin Dance of the Double Chainsaw, it's very hard to take this film seriously. It's all in good fun though, and fun I had. Good stuff.

Mrs C (jp) wrote: seen this when I was little...my sista and I suppose to be watching this soon

Doug C (nl) wrote: This is a great, trippy, film. Widely regarded as a feminist statment prior to the Prague spring, the director denies it, but hey. Actually banned because food was wasted in the food fight scene.

Harpreet S (ru) wrote: In his review of "Bitter Victory," Jean-Luc Godard (as a film critic) famously said: "Cinema is Nicholas Ray." It's definitely one of the better war films; one that concerns two individuals rather than the mission they are on or the battle they are fighting. I found it difficult to understand its characters the first time, then read about it and viewed it again; more than anything else I think it shows the absurdity of war; Captain Leith (Richard Burton) and Major Brand (Curt Jurgens) are two British officers sent in to Libya to steal some "important" documents from the Germans, which their commander seems to have no clue of. Mrs. Brand is the former lover of Leith; the film is actually not as romantic as it seems, but does involve jealousy and cowardice in battle. Even after seeing it twice I am still a bit confused about Brand, not of what he did but why he did it; at least to me his face evokes sympathy at times, however he is the "bad guy" if you want to put a label. Richard Burton is slightly unconvincing in a few scenes, otherwise he is magnificent; considering he was so handsome as a young man I was in awe of his face structure and especially his eyes, which seem to have a fire in them when he speaks. Ray's direction is very precise, it's a minimalist work, once the film begins it completely focuses on the task at hand, there aren't any distractions. Specific scenes in the black & white desert seem as if the army officers are on a different planet; it made me wish I was in the desert, not without water. Once it is over I realize the whole situation (as a story) is justified but what the characters go through is meaningless, they were sent on a mission that cost lives but didn't bring back anything of value for the sacrifice. It made me think how many of these little stories there must have been involving so many people during war time, not just in the past but in the present; people in turbulent situations make for good cinema or art in general, but you have to wonder how much pain they had to endure. P.S. If Godard had seen his own films instead of Ray's when he was a critic he would have declared himself as cinema.

Tim S (au) wrote: I've never really been a fan of any movie or story featuring Daniel Boone. The stories all seem too far-fetched for a historical figure, and by the time they made Daniel Boone: Trailblazer, things were ridiculous. This was pretty boring and badly acted for the most part, except for when the war began with the Indians (btw, I'm calling them Indians because they called them Indians in the movie, so don't look at me funny for not being p.c.). That part of the movie started to get pretty funny, especially when Lon Chaney Jr. in red skin make-up was saying "White Man! Run!" I wish there had been more parts that funny because then I could recommend it as a funny bad movie, but mostly it's just boring, including the non-performance from Bruce Bennett who is best known as Tarzan. Not a lot of acting talent is required to play that kind of a role, and it's clear with this one that he didn't have any. It's also bizarre seeing Daniel Boone with blonde hair and without his trademark coonskin hat, which is how he's always portrayed. This is easily another skippable movie in the long list of skippable movies that make you sit there and wonder why they were even made.

Philip S (jp) wrote: You get what you'd expect with this movie. Cool dancing sequences, supported by a passable plot and decent acting. If you're a fan of dancing, you'd surely enjoy this fourth installment to the Step Up series.

Yr E (fr) wrote: Claudette Colbert and Henry Fonda make a beautiful couple on the screen.John Carradine is very good.A solid and impressive work from Ford. A must see for western lovers as well as early settlers cinema.This is a story of people who built America.