The Enemy (Serbian: Neprijatelj) is the Serbian film. The film was made in co-production of Serbia and the Serbian Republic, the minority co-producer from Croatia and Hungary. It was shot on location on Mount Kozara and in Belgrade. Year 1995, 7 day after the Dayton Peace Agreement. Engineer units cleared the border between the Serbian Republic and the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina. Each soldier carries his own trauma of war experience, and each one is faced with fears in their own way. Someones tend to self-destruction, others are happy to be alive...
Writer:Djordje Milosavljevic, Dejan Zecevic (collaborating writer), Vladimir Kecmanovic (collaborating writer)
Story begins couple of days after the war has ended. A group of soldiers in charge of clearing the fields from mines discovers a man sealed inside a factory's basement. Mysterious man says ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Ravi S (gb) wrote: Lots of information crammed together, so difficult to watch at times. But it helped me appreciate the conflict.
Ada D (nl) wrote: Resident Evil: Retribution joins Alice on her hunt to seek and destroy those responsible for releasing the deadly T-Virus on the world. Directed by Paul W.S. Anderson. There is so much to say about this film, it felt rushed at times, it felt boring at times and it was short and really went no where. The Acting was still great, I enjoy Milla Jovovich and the character of Alice is still fun and badass. I think they should have left out the characters from the video game, they didn't have them in the first two movies so adding them now seems odd and can anger fans of the game. I don't like the direction the story went after part two there was so much they could have done but didn't. I do always enjoy the fun action scenes and slow motion combat but this film was really lacking that excitement. Overall it could have been a lot better.
Wiebke K (br) wrote: Your typical German documentary -- slow story telling set to beautiful scenery. The happy part eluded me, and the focus on men only strikes me as problematic for a 21st century film.
Reko K (ru) wrote: greaaaat!!!!!!! :))))
TinkerBell (fr) wrote: This is a great movie
Li O (kr) wrote: makes you wonder about the magic and if it really does exist anywhere outside of movies.
Russell S (jp) wrote: It's odd how Harold Lloyds talkies have aged much less well than even the least of his Silent features. Nevertheless, with likeable characters and some fun, inventive visual gags, it's entertaining enough. The finale fight in a movie studio is lacking a musical score, an oversight which would have enhanced that scene a lot.
Jayakrishnan R (nl) wrote: 78%Saw this on 26/5/16A role tailor made for Mel Gibson and the actor slips into the role with ease, but the script does not do him any justice by constantly being weighed down by its formula. However, the movie is still not bad, its just that the formula means that they just have to end the fun after some time and resort to melodrama.
Augustine H (de) wrote: From today's point of view, this film just has nothing special. But it's made in 1927! For a silent picture, the plane battles are just amazing. The tragic ending is very touching as well.