The Hunt for Eagle One

The Hunt for Eagle One

A group of US Marines are sent to rescue captured a US Marine and a Filipino Captain while stopping a group of Al-Qaeda-backed local rebels from launching biological weapons.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:88 minutes
  • Release:2006
  • Language:English,Tagalog,Filipino
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:capture,   escape,   explosion,  

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The Hunt for Eagle One torrent reviews

Tim F (de) wrote: It wasn't very good, i was quite disappointed!

Christopher S (fr) wrote: A decent dark comedy is buoyed by its top-notch cast, particularly Steve Buscemi providing his unique spin on the leading man. Nothing all that special, but satisfyingly entertaining.

Andie F (de) wrote: If you like tits this the show to watch

bill s (kr) wrote: A skit comedy on steroids,not many(if any)laughs in this dud.

Peter F (fr) wrote: Gaspar Noe has made a name for himself as one of the most visionary contemporary directors, but he's very much an example that it takes more than vision to make good films. Told completely in reverse (just like Memento), Irreversible is obviously trying to be interesting in its design, but the format comes off as gimmicky after a while, and the film is a lot more predictable than Noe seems to think it is. Also, it's extremely gratuitous, borderline homophobic, and contains two of the most excruciating scenes of graphic violence I've ever witnessed on film. Still, the film is without a doubt a marvel in film making with its incredible use of long takes, literally swirly camera work, and ominous lighting. Irreversible is enough to label Gaspar Noe as an auteur, but certainly not a good story teller.

Michael M (ca) wrote: This movie is banned in Australia. If you see it, you'll know why.

John L (it) wrote: This documentary is so amusing, after seeing it in my biology class, I had the really bad urge to watch it again. The little girl on the cover calls the toad so many names and even dresses it up! Apparently these toads are strangly attracted to old men and vice-versa! One of the lessons is to not smoke the cane toad, talk about rediculous!

Greg W (de) wrote: not one of my fave wilder pix

Bill T (ca) wrote: A bit of an overzealous rewrite of history here, as the aging Errol Flynn plays the Spanish Don Juan, as only Errol Flynn can, and that is as Errol Flynn. No spanish accent at all. But, ah! He does romance the women! And can handle a sword! Was the original Don Juan a swordsman? Oh right, he's a FICTIONAL character. Then why is he helping Queen Victoria of Spain against an uprising? Fairly goofy in terms of historical accuracy, if you replace "Don Juan" with "Zorro" you'll get a better understanding of where this one is headed. Still, it's pretty to look at, with magnificent sets. Maybe that's what the directors hoped for, to be distracted by it's magnificent color and forget about the story.

Mackenie S (es) wrote: Greer Garson is wonderful. She is once again playing the tragic self sacrificing woman.

Jim F (ru) wrote: A performance of the humiliation of the natural male urges, in the style of a dour, feeble and perverted school teacher, played by a baggy clothes wearing John Malkovich. The affair at the beginning seems too quickly brushed through and somewhat unconvincing as the girl appears at no stage to enjoy the company of Professor David Lurie, who is also frustrated at the passive and accepting nature of his daughter towards the injustices they experience. The affair with the vet confuses me as did the the whole dog putting down business. And the story just continues with instances of humiliation after humiliation until it ends with what appears as maybe his acceptance of the whole situation, although i'm not totally convinced.