The Frogmen

The Frogmen

The new commander of a Navy Underwater Demolition Team--nicknamed "Frogmen"--must earn the respect of the men in his unit, who are still grieving over the death of their former commander and resentful of the new one.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:96 minutes
  • Release:1951
  • Language:English
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:cannon,   explosion,   ocean,  

The new commander of a Navy Underwater Demolition Team--nicknamed "Frogmen"--must earn the respect of the men in his unit, who are still grieving over the death of their former commander and resentful of the new one. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


The Frogmen torrent reviews

Higor T (gb) wrote: A love story between a stupid young arab gay into the closet and a jewish drunk lawyer gay...

Vincent P (kr) wrote: As a tour documentary, it's rather uninspired -- but as a 3D glimpse of a building pop culture phenomenon, Never Say Never is undeniably entertaining.

Maverick M (br) wrote: This was a terrible movie. I feel that it tried to have super deep meanings, but it was horrible and unfunny

Paul F (de) wrote: Oh dear, what's occurin'? I really shouldn't have had that third glass of wine; I don't know what's going on with this film really. So, right, anyway, this is a Japanese horror/thriller which appears to be about a family, the husband/father from which (who's also the headmaster of a local school) has a somewhat unnatural relationship with his young daughter. But don't worry, because after half an hour it's all revealed to simply be the plot of a book being written by a writer of erotic novels. Phew. So instead we now find ourselves immersed in a film that's basically about an eccentric writer. But then it all starts to get very weird, as what's real and what's not all get very mixed up. This film should come with a very high 'huh''? factor warning. Still, one good thing is that it's got a chainsaw in it. Even I can understand what they do, wine or no wine. Overall it is a clever film and looks nice, but trying to work out what actually happened is going to take me a while.Recommended for people who aren't put off by the story line and like to put their own interpretation on things.No cats and no decapitations.Top badass moment: Let's go for Mitsuko (in her wheelchair) stabbing herself lots of times in the legs with a big kitchen knife, because her father is too busy having sex with someone to take her to the toilet. Taking positive action to ensure you don't commit the social fax pas of pissing yourself is probably badass; this particular example is maybe just a bit over the top, although it certainly does put him off his stride, so to speak.

Alex r (jp) wrote: I never really enjoyed Artie Lange, but I gave this film a shot, thinking it may be good. I was wrong. This is a bad film that has too many jokes that fall flat, and just isn't that funny. Lange's brand of comedy really doesn't shine here, and it really brings the film down. If it had a better lead actor who actually is funny, then maybe this film would have been good, however it wasn't. This film suffers from everything that can go wrong with a comedy. I felt that Beer League was a very forgettable film, and it didn't stand out either. I felt that there was wasted potential in making a good film, and the filmmakers seemed to just rush to make this film. Everything goes wrong with the film, as the story just isn't good, and most importantly the jokes are unfunny. I really didn't enjoy this film, and I felt that it missed the mark on many occasions. There were times where the film could have been very funny, but it just had mediocre humor that wasn't funny. This film could definitely have been much better if it had a better cast and script. Artie Lange is a horrible comedian, and Beer League further proves it. I think it's a shame that the film like this turned out the way it did, because this film really could have been lots of fun with great comedy, instead the film just ends being a bad comedy with some washed up actors. Avoid this film and watch something else, you'll be glad you did. The only thing this film did for me is want me to avoid Artie Lange's future films.

Hannah M (us) wrote: Starting out quite slow, a bit random, and lacking depth, Charlie Bartlett is still a fun and enjoyable ride.

Private U (us) wrote: awesome movie with an unexpected twist.

Carlos I (ag) wrote: A little scattershot and unsure of where it's going, but there's some great visuals and atmosphere. Great score and gore, as usual with Fulci, what's with his obsession with eyeball destruction though? Awesome ending.

Kinch K (ru) wrote: What a fun romp through the lands of movie nerdery, hammy acting, and slightly cheesy explorations of artistic obsession.

Sandra S (ca) wrote: A friend had me track this bad boy down in the early 1990's on laser disc. It was unique but not terribly great. The best part was seeing everyone in it.

Robert B (ca) wrote: Panic views like a stage play and is a window into the morals and fears of fifty years ago. Great for lazy Saturday / Sunday afternoon viewing.