The Dirty Dozen: The Fatal Mission
A renegade team of World War II soldiers. This time, one of the 12 is a woman and, with a Nazi spy within their midst, they're up against German wartime geniuses out to establish a Fourth Reich.
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Perura M (au) wrote: Empieza media montona pero al final se medio compone. Historia para unir a la familia. Las realidades de hoy en da.
Vivian H (mx) wrote: i love the story of friendship, esp. sisterhood. the last background music has given me a perfect close page to this story...happy but with a little bit of sorrow in it.
Hunter S (ca) wrote: Zooey Descanel and New Orleans are enough to take this from meh to not bad.
Deep P (au) wrote: It was neither Apple nor Microsoft who invented graphical interface, it was Zerox!! But those retarded guys had no idea what they had invented! Apple bought it for cheap and Microsoft stole it! Excellent movie on beginning days of Bill Gates and Steve Jobs!
gary t (kr) wrote: AWESOME.....GENIUS.....BRILLIANT....AMAZING....I HAVE JUST SEEN THIS MOVIE 4 THE 1ST TIME N THINK THAT THIS IS SUCH A GREAT MOVIE 2 WATCH......its got a good cast of actors/actressess throughout this movie......i think that peter fonda, susan george, adam rourke (.R.I.P.), vic morrow (.R.I.P.), kenneth tobey (.R.I.P.), roddy mcdowall (.R.I.P.), play good roles/parts thorughout this movie.....The film was shot in and around Stockton, California, mostly in the walnut groves near the small town of Linden, California. The supermarket scenes were filmed in Sonora, California, the drawbridge jump was filmed in Tracy, California, the swap meet scene in Clements, California and the climactic train crash was filmed on the Stockton Terminal and Eastern Railroad in Linden, California, near the intersection of Ketcham Lane and Archerdale Road. The Bell JetRanger used in the climactic chase was flown by veteran film pilot James W. Gavin (who played the character of the pilot as well), and was actually flown between rows of trees and under powerlines as seen in the film. The train collision scene at the end of the film was later used as part of the opening of the ABC television series The Fall Guy.The film was a very popular release of 20th Century-Fox's in the spring of 1974, earning North American rentals of $12.1 million. By 1977 it earned an estimated $14.7 millioni think that this is such a cult classics movie 2 watch, its got good car chases throughout this movie.......i think that peter fonda was absolutley brilliant throughout this movie......i think that this is such a cult classics movie 2 watch it is such a really well written/acted/directed movie 2 watch, its got good fight scenes throughout this movie......it got good car chases throughout this movie......i think that this is such a brilliant classics movie 2 watch with a great cast throughout this movie.....its got a good soundtrack throughout this movie.....man this movie is so so so so awesomes to watch, it is such a classics movie 2 watch with a great cast throughout this movie......
Adam R (es) wrote: (First and only viewing - 11/16/2012)
Nathaniel V (ru) wrote: City Lights is a movie that having watched it almost a century after it was made came across as being quite unoriginal with its silly slapstick humor and cliche romantic story. Of course whenever I put into perspective how this movie was one of the original originals and was one of the pioneers for the romantic comedy genre, it certainly became a bit more interesting. Charlie Chaplin, playing his famous role the Tramp, will keep you laughing and grinning, as well as feeling all warm and fuzzy on the inside. The music score of City Lights is in my opinion the highlight of the whole movie for it is what gives emotion to it and what really makes it come to life. City Lights is definitely a must watch for any person, but especially those who would like to take a journey to the past and get lost in another time.
Kristina K (jp) wrote: One of the sweetest movies I've seen. I don't get how are these movies with Robert Downey Jr. not popular? This one should be a family classic. It's a good movie, well written, brilliantly played, it's funny and so cute. Loved it.
Nick A (gb) wrote: Bad. It's predictable, uninteresting, and so drawn out that most scenes are just aimless rambles from characters we have no reason to care about. It does have stylist noir, but it's wasted trying so hard to throw its themes directly in your face
Michael R (kr) wrote: Somewhat dated, but pretty good.