The Ottoman Lieutenant
Lillie, a determined American woman, ventures overseas to join Dr. Jude at a remote medical mission in the Ottoman Empire (now Turkey). However, Lillie soon finds herself at odds with Jude and the mission’s founder, Woodruff, when she falls for the titular military man, Ismail, just as the war is about to erupt.
The movie tells the love story between an idealistic American nurse and a Turkish officer in World War I. Now, with invading army forces at their doorstep, and the world about to plunge into all-out war, she must decide if she wants to be what other people want her to be, or to be herself. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
The Ottoman Lieutenant torrent reviews
(it) wrote: You shouldn't mess with American people! I love her revenge!
(de) wrote: Very endearing. Good story. Cute cast & even fun when there's much dramatic scenes.
(es) wrote: The best comedy pic in a long long time,brilliant,just brilliant!!
(fr) wrote: 4 out of 5 stars! I finally got around to seeing this and all I can say is WOW! A movie hasn't kept me that on the edge of my seat and made me feel real fear in a long time. Maybe it was partially due to the found footage style that made it feel real and like you were in the mix. The lack of a happy ending made me realize why almost every other film ever made has a happy ending. It's necessary! I felt terrible at the end and was left with my jaw wide open in disbelief. That was a RIDE! A terrifying and heart stopping one.
(ru) wrote: songs are really good!!
(gb) wrote: Behold this little ditty of a film entitled Bone Sickness. The story concerns concerned wife Kristen (Darya Zabinski) who is caring for her terminally ill husband who has been suffering from a degenerative bone disease. The film also concerns their best friend Thomas (played by the film's director Brian Paulin), a county medical examiner who works to steal bones from corpses to grind them up and use them as a form of medication for his dying friend. This eventually leads to the uncovering of a cult-ish group of zombies that crawl out of their deathly tombs and begin (literally) ripping people the fuck apart. Once you get over the expected hump of super-low budget, independent D-I-Y filmmaking, bad acting, etc, die-hard gorehounds and gross-out horror fans wind up having a field day with Bone Sickness. Many people shamefully throw around the bold statement of "goriest film ever" when in fact they're being idiots and clearly showing that they've not seen many films. Well let me tell you...I think Bone Sickness may tie (or possibly even outdo) with Peter Jackson's Dead Alive (aka Braindead) for a couple of the goriest films ever. I'm not kidding. It looks as though the film's creator, Paulin, really put all of his eggs in the effects department as they are fairly commendable. Aside from the recent rise of the mass vomit horror subgenre, Paulin manages to pack a effective gross-out punch without the usage of "too" much vomiting, but I will say there were moments when I definitely felt sick to my stomach...especially when it involved worms (that's all I'll say). Also, we see a young Ruby LaRocca (Flesh For the Beast) in a small, nudity-filled role. She looks great, but I promise she looks even better these days! Most people will detest Bone Sickness, but there is a small fanbase that this film strictly caters to, which I'm a part of, and I can confidently say that this movie would more than exceed this small group of weird film lovers' expectations. Watch at own risk, weary horror noobs.
(au) wrote: very very well made! tabu is just awesome!
(kr) wrote: The movie starts well enough, and the make-belief story didn't make me uncomfortable enough to enjoy the strategy making process!! The humor played a significant role there (why so serious), I guess. But come second half of the flick, and the suspension of disbelief becomes sort of a challenge to overcome. (No loose ends!!!) It simply keeps descending thereafter, with the end hitting the nail to the coffin. Besides, the performances too were terrible. Having said that, it's a tolerable one (maybe specifically on a fine day) that doesn't call for repeated viewings.
(jp) wrote: Just in time for Halloween. I LOVE this claymation feature. It rocks! A must for every horror fan.
(it) wrote: decent western from Burt Lancaster and robert Aldrich.i found it to be amusing seeing Lancaster as a blue eyed indian.
(ru) wrote: My fave of the Road pix. The beginning fifteen minutes is priceless.
(kr) wrote: It's quite nice and pretty cool. It goes on our hearts and we must cry. In a nutshell it's fantastic!