Dramatization depicting the events surrounding Adolf Hitler's last weeks in and around his underground bunker in Berlin before and during the battle for the city. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Dramatization depicting the events surrounding Adolf Hitler's last weeks in and around his underground bunker in Berlin before and during the battle for the city.
- Stars:Vlasta Burian, Rudolf Kadlec, Karel Dostal, Helena Busová, Antonín Novotný, Bohus Záhorský, Míla Reymonová, Theodor Pistek, Jaroslav Marvan, Cenek Slégl, Jan W. Speerger, Josef Steigl, Václav Mlckovský, Milos Subrt, Václav Menger, Anthony Hopkins, Richard Jordan, Cliff Gorman, James Naughton, Michael Lonsdale, Martin Jarvis, Michael Kitchen, Andrew Ray, Piper Laurie, Susan Blakely, Robert Austin, Geoffrey Bateman, Graham Bishop, Kevin Bishop, Nathalie Boulmer,
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Nathan C (nl) wrote: It's Johnny Blaze playing Nicolas Cage.Death is Undiscovered with him and his vengeance...Who even gets the point?Nicolas has never been a good actor and won't be again, This movie is more than Disappointing, It's Decadently Awful! I want everybody's Apology for making this movie!Score: 0/10
Troy M (us) wrote: Horrible movie. Gale Harold is a hot rod though.
Marcos N (nl) wrote: Primeiro filme argentino que vi entre tantos outros depois que me cativaramRecomendo, uma aula de cinema
Kevin C (au) wrote: Hipster Marc Vincenti's opinion is invalid
Aj V (gb) wrote: An interesting documentary about the making of one of Herzog's movies, and about him in general. If you're a fan of his you will enjoy this more than I did.
Stefan G (gb) wrote: As far as cinematic adaptations of comic book characters go, Superman comes across as a superhero who's only good in one film, but then slowly descends to the realm of bloated self-parody. Thankfully, in this film, he hasn't reached that point yet, but Superman II is ultimately inferior to its predecessor, primarily due to the fact that it seems like a campier rehash of that film. In all honesty, I think the plot suffered because the writers tried to focus on Superman's relationship with Lois Lane. At this point, I'm probably going to sound like the only person around here that doesn't care for that character, but I find Lois Lane to be a very bland character with little personality, and I can't escape the feeling that she only seems to be holding Superman back. The stupidest part of the plot is where Superman apparently relinquishes his powers so he could be with Lois. If you were a superhuman who could get whatever you wanted, shouldn't it stand to reason that you wouldn't have to sacrifice your powers just to spend time with the woman you loved? Whatever the intent was, it makes even less sense when Superman somehow gets his powers back, thereby undoing the point of having lost them to begin with. The characters themselves aren't too bad, but that's mainly because of their performances. The acting is pretty good, although it tend to run the risk of hamming it up on occasion. The special effects, once again, are really good, but unlike in its predecessor, it seems as though the special effects here haven't aged as well, mainly because the producers used the exact same approach. I've lost count of how many sequels have suffered purely because the producers committed the crime of wearing out the same approach repeatedly. Lastly, the fight scenes seem more like ridiculous slapstick than comic book action, not that it matters since they're all laden with CGI anyway. Though it's not a bad film by any means, it's not as good as people tend to think. It's essentially a mindless, repetitive follow-up to the original Superman film, but at the very least it's a competently made sequel.
Lee M (au) wrote: In no way can it be said that this film really works, despite the cast's cultish distinction, but it still knocks most of its quasi-radical contemporaries sideways as an index of doomed '60s/'70s causes and confusions.
Kevin R (es) wrote: He fell for the "one last blowjob" offer.After World War II most of us thought we were done with the Nazis; unfortunately, in 1945 they set up a base on the dark side of the moon to research and develop alien technology and return to the planet to take over the world. In 2018, the day has arrived when the Nazis return with spacecrafts like we've never seen. A secret spy organization tries to infiltrate the Nazis and take them down."Washington. James Washington."Timo Vuorensola delivers Iron Sky in his first major motion picture debut (a sequel is reportedly in development). The storyline for this picture is dreadful and very disappointing. This wasn't clever or well done at all and the character development and script is lazy. The cast delivers mediocre performances and doesn't really include anyone notable. "If you kill me that's just a really fucked up situation."I came across this film on Netflix and was hoping it had some potential in a Starship Troopers kind of way; unfortunately, this falls flat and disappoints. Overall, this is a lame attempt to mix comedy with science fiction that isn't worth your time."Time to fuck back."Grade: F
michiel s (de) wrote: this is one fucked up movie but nobody told the movie
Chakubuta M (gb) wrote: The ending killed, a fine plot, great turns all through!
Matthew W (ca) wrote: This movie is a fun action suspense thriller.
Benjamin N (ag) wrote: A step above the first. Great sequences, but man are they milking it. Smaug is great.
Mike P (nl) wrote: Weird but profound. Worth watching and thinking about carefully.
Jacob S (nl) wrote: When Beth goes to a sorority house for a fun weekend she has nightmares about a killer trying to kill her but when her dreams become a real it's up to her and the sorority sisters to fight for their lives.