The War Lover

The War Lover

Buzz Rickson is a dare-devil World War II bomber pilot with a death wish. Failing at everything not involving flying, Rickson lives for the most dangerous missions. His crew lives with this aspect of his personality only because they know he always brings them back alive.

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The War Lover torrent reviews

Paul D (ag) wrote: The Producers have managed to attract a few decent names to this crime thriller, but it's story is not one you can warm to, nor are there any characters that are likeable. This wouldn't be a problem if the plot was strong, but it is not.

Brad G (es) wrote: "I don't care about convictions, I care about Justice." Tom Selleck returns as the morally dubious and dismissive Paradise Police Chief, Jesse Stone. After his replacement explodes into a million billion bits, Selleck returns to an empty police station to kickstart his reign in the small town. 8 films into the franchise and there is no sign of slowing down, both the William Sadler mafioso plot & the Saul Rubinek friendly evil car dealer plots gain new heat but there's still plenty of room from fringe players like Stephen McHattie, William Devane, and Gloria Reuben. However, the standout performance has to go to Robert Carradine as the devious deer hunter tracking Selleck's moments. Their pullover encounter manages to be scary and pretty darn funny thanks to a few key eyebrow twitches from the younger Carradine. VF.

Mark James A (es) wrote: . . .a not-so-good film possessing a compelling story suffused with melancholy. But with the superb performances from Glenn Close and Janet McTeer, I can say that the film was fine enough.

Carlos M (de) wrote: An interesting film that may be too repulsive but still we never look away. With a memorable direction and camera work, it tells a cynical (and often hilarious) story about three generations of deviant men who are a reflection of Hungary's History since WWII.

Fabien K (gb) wrote: magnifique mais incomprehensible

Mike R (mx) wrote: Fun to see Paltrow not take herself so seriously for a change.

Mary N (jp) wrote: This movie is so funny and Angus was so cute in this movie. This was before he went on TV to play Jake on "Two and a Half Men". Another good acting by an animal. I just love this dog and recommend anyone who likes comedies with animals in it.

Chris D (mx) wrote: Very cute dog..but somehow I remember the book being much better. But then, I was 8 or 9. lol. Cute, bland family movie.

Paul D (us) wrote: Farcical kids movies, although the premise will capture the minds of the young audience.

William A H (ag) wrote: Best acting by a child ever.

Joe A (jp) wrote: Written by John Carpenter, Rising is a fun and sadly ovelooked 80s action thriller starring Tommy Lee Jones and Linda Hamilton. Jones plays a professional thief who's forced to hide a stolen cassette in a protoype for a revolutionary new car "The Black Moon". When Hamilton's car thief steals the prototype, Jones needs to get it back before his employers terminate his employment permanently. Rising has a good veteran supporting cast and takes itself serious when it needs to but, also knows when to have a little fun and let it's audience in on it. Jones and Hamilton have a nice chemistry together as the two thieves eventually join forces and there is a lot of fun watching them break into villain Robert Vaughn's highrise fortress to steal the title vehicle back. An entertaining little movie that has sadly been forgotten but, definitely deserves to be rediscovered if not for the 80s nostalgia alone.

Chris M (au) wrote: Worth it for Ian McKellern alone, this is a moving meditation on aging, memory and loss. He plays Holmes wonderfully in this quiet tale. It's something that, in the months since I saw this, I can barely remember the key beats of the mystery, but the look, tone and feel of the film have stayed with me far more.