The Red and the White

The Red and the White

In 1919, Hungarian Communists aid the Bolsheviks' defeat of Czarists, the Whites. Near the Volga, a monastery and a field hospital are held by one side then the other.

In 1919, Hungarian Communists aid the Bolsheviks' defeat of Czarists, the Whites. Near the Volga, a monastery and a field hospital are held by one side then the other. Captives are executed... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


The Red and the White torrent reviews

Udayalaksmanakartiyasa H (es) wrote: Beautifully depicts the up and down of a long-lived relationship. It's quite interesting how the movie turns from Ushio to Noriko in such a smooth yet inspiring way. This great plot plus the artistic side from both the artist make the movie so enjoyably weird.

Harrison S (gb) wrote: It's not going to win any awards and it's rather cliche at times, but it is a totally watchable movie that WWII flick fans will enjoy.

Harrison M (kr) wrote: This movie was terrible, poorly written, historically inaccurate and boring, I would not recommend it to anyone.

Megan H (ru) wrote: Girls Against Boys was full of entertainment and had the potential to have a twist of an ending but failed overall in my opinion. Panabaker and LaLiberte were perfect choices for the roles (especially LaLiberte for the role of Lu) but the plot as a whole was lacking and left the audience unsatisfied.

Matt C (ru) wrote: So, you got Morgan Freeman huh? His iconic voice isn't enough to make this film worth watching. This movie is just cheesy. It reminded me of "the day after tomorrow". Very cheesy. There is some gore, but stuff you could probably get away with in a tv movie. They spent a lot of dough on this! This movie is not suspenseful either. It uses a familiar Stephen King cliche' that has the audience getting to know each of the main characters individually. Its hard to identify with any main character at first/\.

Dean M (nl) wrote: This is an entertaining enough triad action-drama movie that succeeds due to the presence of Louis Koo Tin-Lok, who should forevermore be known as Hong Kong's new triad leading man. His intensity and charisma serve him well in this role and he manages to overshadow Andy Lau, who turns in a relatively unremarkable performance. Wong Jing does his usual work with this genre, bringing us lousy police, evil bad guys, and affecting though hackneyed plot twists.

Mandy P (ca) wrote: Haven't decided if I want to see this one. I love Gerard Depardieu but he isn't the most reliable when it comes to picking scripts. Ridley Scott is also a hit-or-miss guy.

David S (ru) wrote: Inside this coming-of-age story, there are some surprising moments that work. But too often either the more surreal moments come off as contrived or the day-to-day realities of physical abuse or illiteracy don't resonate emotionally.

Ken S (kr) wrote: "Martin" is a film about a young man who thinks he is a vampire, even though he has no real vampiric powers or even fangs...this is why his attempts at getting blood are very difficult. It is a solid horror effort from George A. Romero, the man who brought the dead to life in "Night of the Living Dead". Martin is a genuine creep, who drugs woman in order to more easily extract their blood, although he fantasizes in black and white that it all goes much smoother than it ever actually does. I enjoyed "Martin", I thought it was a good horror effort, and anyone who enjoys a good 70s horror flick and liked Romero's zombies films will probably like this as well.

Kendal P (gb) wrote: it's an audrey film, obviously it deserves all the stars