The Lost Battalion

The Lost Battalion

A battalion of the U.S. Army's 77th Division penetrates deep into the Argonne Forest of France during the First World War. The battalion becomes surrounded and holds out for six long days, awaiting reinforcement and rescue.

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The Lost Battalion torrent reviews

Matthew Y (fr) wrote: Slightly dragged out retelling of the landing on the Hudson River

Boogie B (kr) wrote: I enjoyed the first Machete. I found it to be fun, sexy, badass, a cool throwback to grindhouse movies, and from the first fake 2007 trailer I thought this movie worked well. This not so much. I think Robert Rodriguez needs to move on from Grindhouse like Cinema. I never thought I would say this, but Sofia Vergara made this movie entertaining ( good job Sofia). I would just stick to the first one.

Jessica C (es) wrote: i can't believe i like it

Semmi A (ru) wrote: After Twilight I never thought I could take Kirsten Stewart seriously but Welcome to The Rileys was a pretty good movie.

Phil N (es) wrote: Low-key British father and son drama, set in the late 80s, with father Charlie (Carlyle) embroiled in some kind of cloak-and-dagger operation to retrieve $2m, his young son (Fuller) in tow. A trim piece of storytelling that focuses on the bond between father and son, this is a poignant, personal feature from Kerrigan (Human Traffic) bolstered by terrific performances from its two leads.

Alfredo S (us) wrote: A True mster piece.

Katy R (ru) wrote: I actually REALLY like this one. They did a good job adapting it to a movie.

Retta v (us) wrote: Sounds terrific. Hope I can find it!

Alex S (es) wrote: Very average western, could of been a lot better (or perhaps could of been a western classic) considering the talent involved.

Erik G (us) wrote: When I first saw 'Marooned' I sat down frozen while not knowing this was actually a dramatic thriller - in space. Like '2001' the story was too slow for me, though there is no moving orchestral music to listen to here. Nevertheless, the story of a rescue mission in space is an appealing one, a disaster to deal with and would remind me of the real-life 'Apollo 13' mission a year later.

Michael C (gb) wrote: Not only does this movie have an awesome plot, but it has every working actor and actress in Hollywood, along with every musician they could get their hands on. The crazy thing is that it all works! So much excitement and intense moments. Everybody should see this!

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Katie W (fr) wrote: A classic John Wayne "B" western movie that was shown in drive ins when it first came out (that is where I first saw it), similar to going straight to DVD today. That said, it is a very good example of Wayne's later westerns, solidly acted by everyone involved. No great thoughts here, just sit back and enjoy the ride as as Jacob McCandles (John Wayne) and company dispatch the bad guys led by Richard Boone as a murderous kidnapper. In a tongue in cheek reference to Wayne's rather advanced age for the role, various bad guys in the movie repeatedly say "I thought you were dead!" when Jacob McCandles tells them his name, to which Wayne replies 'Not hardly'!