The Germans Strike Again
4 years after the Nazi occupation in Greece, the Greeks are involved in a Civil War and they are killing each other. Theodoros, a quiet and modest man, disgusted and disappointed, falls asleep and has a nightmare. Hitler is alive and the Nazis strike back with new, more powerful weapons.
- Stars:Vasilis Logothetidis, Nitsa Tsaganea, Ilia Livykou, Marina Smyrnaki, Ora Vaza, Georgia Vasileiadou, Hristos Tsaganeas, Dinos Dimopoulos, Lavrentis Dianellos, Vagelis Protopapas, Loukianos Rozan, Mimis Fotopoulos, Theofilos Asimakopoulos, Nikos Fermas, D. Hatziantoniou,
- Director:Alekos Sakellarios,
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The Germans Strike Again torrent reviews
(de) wrote: What an amazing film/documentary, showcasing all kinds of life forms through the stages of mating rituals, pregnancy and birth. Cinematography is breathtaking, such a wonderful piece of film demonstrating how life on Earth is pretty damn amazing if you stop to take a look. Only downer is I wish that they had named each animal (especially the birds), I was curious to know the species' names. Hardly any narration at all, but the music isn't over-bearing and it's just cool to listen to the different sounds of nature in it's rawest form
(es) wrote: Horrible movie, with a very bad graphics and with an weak cast. Bad screenplay and nausty images that don't fascinate anybody
(nl) wrote: Julie Taymor and Shakespearean tragedy were made for each other. She captures the beauty of his work as well as the disturbing violence of it with a steady and detailed hand. Every frame is important and every square inch of the screen is used to its fullest. As with all her work Titus is visually impeccable. Stunning and horrific in equal measure. Elliot Goldenthal's score complements Taymor's visual sense mirroring the beauty and horror of the image in the soundtrack. A stellar cast complements the visual mastery, each giving fantastic performances, led by Jessica Lange's brilliant portrayal of Tamora, blending the vengeful temptress with a mother's love for her children. Overall Titus is a visual triumph and worth watching solely for the artistic value of the work. Fortunately it is more than just nice to look at with every aspect of the production working in perfect synergy.
(it) wrote: Takes place shortly after mankind has effectively lost a war with robots leaving only a few survivors in hiding. Meanwhile a robot whose prime directive of destroying the human race has malfunctioned spars with different groups of droids afraid of a human reprisal if they find a hidden cache of weapons. I'm fairly sure bit of music used in this film was ripped off of Ennio Morricone. Stars two of my all-time favourites - Rutger Hauer and Shannon Whirry (although there is simply not enough Whirry).
(de) wrote: So Glenn Close is in this coma, yet she's narrating this movie in an on-again-off-again kind of sucky Eastern accent. But the movie's not really about Glenn Close being rich, drunk, and glamorous; it's not even about Jeremy Irons having an affair or marital discord or attempted murder. No, it's about this team of sleazy lawyers who are trying to overturn Jeremy Irons's conviction who keep having uninteresting, amoral legal spats about how it doesn't matter whether Jeremy Irons did it. Additionally, it's so boooooooooring that after an hour and a half, it had felt more like a day and a half, and I just couldn't do it. Also, the oldest daughter from the first 5 minutes of the movie, about whom I had high hopes because she was making such a pissy face at Jeremy Irons, disappears for most of the running time, and when I wasn't being totally bored, I was distracted by this. I just really could not connect with the characters, and I didn't care enough to hate any of them, either.Grace said it best when she commented, incredulously, "We just watched a movie starring Glenn Close in a coma."
(ag) wrote: A cliched, terribly acted, disorganized mess of a sci-horror film. It essentially tries to rip off "The Thing" but in such a half assed way that it makes it almost unbearable to watch. Also Peter Weller dishes out one of his least enthusiastic performances I have ever seen. Still I give this film props just for having Richard Crenna in it and also because this is one of my favorite genres. Still I could not possibly recommend this film for anyone.
(es) wrote: Absolutely brilliant. Vittorio De Sica does it. MASTERPIECE, oh goosebumps!