The Battle of Culloden

The Battle of Culloden

A reconstruction of the Battle of Culloden, the last battle to take place on British soil, as if modern TV cameras were present.

The film portrays the 1746 Battle of Culloden, the final act in the attempted Jacobite Rebellion and among the first major steps in Great Britain's near-genocide of the original Highland clans of Scotland. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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August M (mx) wrote: I was absolutely floored by this film. A dissection of not only the documentary genre but of storytelling in general. Polley has crafted a beautiful film that, as the layers are peeled back, feels like the closer you get to the truth, the further you travel from it. An important film, no doubt about it.

Christopher C (nl) wrote: A shameful and embarrassing expos about a corrupt justice system . A must see.

Maria H (br) wrote: Awesome movie! This movie will convict you right to your knees!

Randi C (gb) wrote: Very contagious film, middle was dragged out, dissapointing ending . they should have instead reunited her with her birth parents or her son

Rick D (jp) wrote: Onrealistisch geschiet. Tja

Larry Y (br) wrote: 8 movies for $4.99 compilation from Sears

Scott W (au) wrote: I just read the book, so I thought I'd give the movie a try (despite the presence of Nicole Kidman). And it's pretty good. It's for the most part faithful to the book. One change that I like is it expanded on the early scenes between Ada and Inman so it made you understand more why they have this longing for each other during the war. The whole movie feels very bleak, but in a good way - there is a sense of dread throughout. One thing I did not like is the added scene where the neighbor's family is killed. It's a bit gruesome and doesn't really add anything to the story. Jude Law is pretty good in this, he has this innocent quality about him that captures Inman pretty well. I can't believe Renee Zellweger won an Oscar for this though!

John A (fr) wrote: An achingly beautiful film, Cyclo(TM)s strengths are formal more than narratival. I especially appreciate the elliptical editing, particularly the way this stylistic choice invites the viewer to engage the film. Of course, the look of the film is consistently stunning, presenting this world in a way that contrasts with the harsh realities on the screen. I find such contrasts productive here, yielding insight rather than obscuring the difficulties of the poor.

Ben C (gb) wrote: Poorly cast and difficult to understand without knowledge of its source material, Ethan From makes for a tedious and typical piece. The writing lacks the original darkness and other mind-boggling motifs, as well as adds scenes that totally deform character's intended personalities, truly ruining Wharton's vision.

R Charles S (kr) wrote: A chaotic, absurd farce. Its humor (if any) was lost on me.

Justice F (mx) wrote: Extremely funny filled with actions this is one of Eddie Murphy's great film A-

Robert H (ag) wrote: An exceptional tale of two aging people during the years leading up to, during, and after the Civil Rights movement. Typically we see most films of this era boast young players like Martin Luther King, high spirited and energetic, but in this film we see how issues of race were perceived by the elders. Though it starts light and frothy, the film develops into a much darker tone but still hangs on to its warm foundation. Freeman, Tandy, and Aykroyd are all top notch in this must see film, and Hans Zimmer score is outstanding.

VJ B (fr) wrote: But why the lame final scene?

Jennifer T (au) wrote: Great chemistry. Nice cinematography. 2 stories in this movie and they're both good. Very nice.

Bryce M (us) wrote: I tend to watch movies as a single event. I know nothing of the story and I don't look at pedictability as a negative. Every plot line has been exploited to no end so why should I make it an issue?As described, a group of individuals go on a trip to Brazil and end up stranded and in desperate need of help. Kako is a local who recruits people for a man who does organ harvesting. While on expedition Kako has reservations on what he's setting these group of friend up for and although he tries to convince them to turn around the friends elect to continue to the house. While resting and gaining their strenght, the good doctor comes and begins the process of elimination starting with one of the femal friends; her boyfriend is tyed up and will be next. Meanwhile, the other friends are in dog cages as the rain poors and poors. Once they all escape the race is on and, IMO, the "chase scene" is very original and very good. Unconventional so don't expect cars as its just swimming and navagating. I found this movie very entertaining, well acted, a solid plot and story line. I disagree with Rotten Tomatos assessment and would recommend this to anyone.

Kevin C (mx) wrote: So dated especially the comedic dying aka acting. But the characters are two - dimensional and you can't help rooting for them. It is an unbelievable story that dras you in. Caine displays his early promise and Baker is at the top of his game. For its time also pretty even handed - this is no Colonial apologist.