The Great Battle
Two great armies duel to the death with a million guns and ten thousand tanks - THE GREAT BATTLE.
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Jeramie K (nl) wrote: Amateurish and unmotivated, Touchback attempts to bring a lot of real life emotions to the forefront of the film as it tries to convey some form of life lesson.Unfortunately, it all kind of just flopped. The emotion isn't strong enough to make the audience care about it's characters. It's known, in a weird way, that Brian is facing difficult decisions that just might change his life forever -- yet we still don't find reason to root for him or pull in his favor to figure it all out.The plot is weak and lacks depth while the performances from the cast seem mailed-in and pre-packaged. An all around disappointment that you will regret running out of the endzone.
Jennifer S (de) wrote: it may not have been the best movie, but it was still great! I'll own it when it comes out.
Adhepiitbull D (us) wrote: i need script film about this fil,any person have that ??
Danny M (ag) wrote: Great film, I really enjoy this guilty pleasure film
Gaurav K (ag) wrote: The most romantic Thriller of all times in Indian History. Love it.
Michael A (it) wrote: would have better without the lame ending
Lui Alfredo S (nl) wrote: Great movie!"Sometimes you have to lose yourself before you can find anything."
Sean G (br) wrote: MST3K version is very amusing. Long live MegaWeapon.
Tim M (de) wrote: Classic Sammo Hung weapons flick where he plays a spear student and a sword master. Which weapon is the best? Magnets. "Extraordinarily versatile fight sequences and weapons work."
The Critic (kr) wrote: An amusing parody of the Elizabeth Taylor epic 'Cleopatra' (1963) that doesn't quite live up to expectations. Some gags work, others down't in this rewriting of history which, despite the title, focuses more on Julius Caesar and Mark Antony than the ditzy Queen of the Nile. Watch out for Kenneth Williams in top form.
Steve W (de) wrote: Based on a play, this dialogue centric story is pretty good. At a dusty and lonely gas station diner, a young woman named Gabby dreams of someday going to Paris. She meets soulful drifter named Alan, an intellectual artist without a penny to his own name. Their lives all get twisted into a ball of tension as notorious gangster Duke Mantee (Bogart, in his debut) and his gang take everyone hostage. Themes of nature vs. man and never surrendering your true dreams are the main course of this meal, and the side dishes are hefty doses of tense suspense. If it weren't for the strong performances of Leslie Howard and Bogart, the movie would fall apart.