The Victors

The Victors

Intercutting dramatic vignettes with newsreel footage, the story follows the characters from an infantry squad as they make their way from Sicily to Germany during the end of World War II.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:127 minutes
  • Release:1963
  • Language:English,French,German,Italian,Russian
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:based on novel,   world war two,  

Intelligent, sprawling saga of a squad of American soldiers, following them through Europe during World War II. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


The Victors torrent reviews

Addie A (au) wrote: Cute and moving, though not my choice for what to do at the end of the world.

Tim B (ca) wrote: Terrible dialogue, terrible bastardization of a beloved comic book icon. Cat got my tongue? No. Cat got my hour and a half of time.

Allan C (jp) wrote: This is an 80s sci-fi flick that I dearly love. It's right up there for me with campy 80s sci-fi classics "Night of the Comet" or "The Last Straighter." Serious 80s sci-fi like "Blade Runner," "Akira" or "The Terminator" are in a whole other category. This film falls squarely in the low budget scrappy type of films that found life on VHS. David Andrews loved his Cherry 2000 model robot, but when she has a meltdown and no replacement is to be found, he has to hire a wasteland tracker, Melanie Griffith, to go out into a wild post apocalyptic wasteland to locate and retrieve him a replacement model. Andrews and Griffith encounter a series of colorful wasteland characters that include Harry Carey Jr., Larry Fishburne, Brion James, Ben Johnson, Tim Thomerson and Robert Z'Dar. The thread that holds it all together is the growing relationship between Andrews and Griffith and whether Andrews will choose his red headed tracker or his Cherry 2000 robot (played by the very cute Pamela Gidley). The film was directed by Steve De Jarnatt, who'd go on to make the classic 80s sci-fi flick "Miracle Mile." It's kind of disappointing that the guy who co-wrote "Strange Brew" directed "Cherry 2000" followed by "Miracle Mile," somehow he ends his career directing episodes of "Nash Bridges" and "Lizzie McGuire." It's not at all fair and I'd really like to have seen him have had the chance to make some more feature films. Oh, and Basil Poledouris also provided the fine score, which for a while was a bit of rarity that sold for upwards of $2,000 at auction (at time I'm sure before online piracy)

Arw M (nl) wrote: Slow and dull compared to the first movie.

Ron S (ca) wrote: I honestly can't think of a single thing that "The Uninvited" did that would show even a degree of competence.Atrocious acting, lousy story, horribly shot (I felt like I spent 3/4 of the movie staring at a wall), terrible score, and FX work that could be out-done by a high school AV club.I'm honestly stunned by how terrible this actually is. It's the worst film I've probably seen in several years ... Avoid at all costs

Rebekah L (ca) wrote: This movie was cheesy but funny but cool I liked it.