The Enemy Within

The Enemy Within

Colonel Casey discovers what appears to be plans by General Lloyd to use fake military excercises to assist Jack Giddings in his plans to remove President Foster from office. Colonel Casey, and President Foster must find evidence that there is a coup planned and stop it, before it takes place. Unfortunately, there isn't much time

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The Enemy Within torrent reviews

Clemens H (gb) wrote: Jaha, time travel rocks

Kara L (ag) wrote: Kind of stupid, but fun.

Erin S (kr) wrote: In a series saturated with comically overwrought toughery and action sequences it's refreshing to see an entry that's more self aware. Ryan Reanolds particularly is a joy to behold in all his scenes, the dour tone only making his irreverent quips all the funnier. I would call this a solid B movie, and well worth a watch if you're into gothic action films.

Andrew P (es) wrote: quite possibly the best hockey movie ever

Namata P (jp) wrote: Julie Walters is great as usual and Ciaran Hinds is good too

Blake B (it) wrote: See the review for The Foreigner.

Troy F (de) wrote: Good hearted film, I liked it. I would say more about it, but I don't have the greatest memory of it.

Kevin C (nl) wrote: Honestly, I am disappointed so many people ignore this show. I think that this show, having been directed by anyone else, or starring anyone else, would've had a much higher rating. Why? because of the names.Carpenter is associated with horror and Chase is associated with comedy.People seriously need to pull their heads out of this mentality, because the film is fun. It's just fun. It sets out to accomplish what it wants: an action suspense partial comedy centering around a man who is trying to figure out what happened in a voice over Dashiell Hammett tone while escaping the ever pursuing Sam Neill to have a happy ending with Daryl Hannah.This movie had no directorial flaws, it had no major plot holes, it was straight forward "detective/chase/love" story. How people can hate this movie is literally beyond me.This generation, my generation, has become so enamored with themselves and 4chan style attitudes, they think it's cool to trash older movies that weren't making the big block buster bucks. I'm afraid that this Rotten Tomatoes rating represents that attitude more than it represents the actual quality of the film.For shame on you, Rotten Tomatoes. For shame.

Daniel V (mx) wrote: Nope. Non flaws. This movie is exactly what it needs to be and it does it perfectly. The goblins, the music both Bowie's and Trevor Jones, the sets, Hoggle, Ludo, Sir Ditimus, Ambrosias, the Bowie, and The Connolly... All perfect! I heart this movie just as much now as I did when I saw it at 8 years old.

Bruised Betty (ru) wrote: remember the kid who put it on his crotch? so weird for kids to watch.

Craig C (gb) wrote: Beyond description. Just as good as the book it's based on and of the Eighties finest movies.

Greg W (jp) wrote: kind of a 'network' knock off but set in the future

Michael A (ru) wrote: We thought we should watch this movie since we visited the Mackinac Island and The Grand Hotel.

Andreas R (ru) wrote: A Traumatizing and brutal experience. The story is nested inside an explicit theistical framework that legitimises the violence directed at the protagonists in advance. Partially noteworthy aesthetics.

Timmy S (br) wrote: With a combination of timeless music and dancing provided by golden age legends Bing Crosby and Fred Astaire in their most famous collaboration, Holiday Inn is a holiday treat that's sure to delight even the biggest cynics.

Ahmed J (kr) wrote: Pure mindless fun. Genius and I havent laughed that much in a while. This movie helps me get over judging a movie by critics' choices.

CB M (ca) wrote: Wonderfully captures the uplifting power of friendship and belonging during the blues of growing up. Liam James is believable as awkward teen Duncan, while Rockwell provides most of the laughs as his newly-found friend Owen.