Tides of War

Tides of War

In the cold, dark waters off North Korea a U.S. Navy fast attack submarine meets with a mysterious disaster - it's attacked and nearly sunk by an ominous stealth submarine resulting in the deaths of the Executive Officer and the Engineering Officer.

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Avishek C (it) wrote: Excellent, a must-see!

Stuart K (de) wrote: Directed by Michael Winterbottom, who can go from a film set in the North of England to one set in the American mid-west with ease, and adapted from Jim Thompson's 1952 novel, which was nearly a film back in the 1950's, but the Hays Production Code made a faithful adaptation unworkable. Winterbottom shows a nasty brutal side to small town America, but it's well made. 1952 in Central City, Texas. Deputy Sheriff Lou Ford (Casey Affleck) is a pillar of the community, someone the people can look up to. However, he is a violent sociopath, who saw his own brother go to jail in his place after Lou raped a little girl. But, after he's asked to investigate Joyce Lakeland (Jessica Alba), who is having a relationship with Elmer Conway (Jay R. Ferguson), son of construction chief Chester Conway (Ned Beatty), Lou begins a passionate, sada-masochistic relationship with Joyce. However, Lou's longtime fiance Amy (Kate Hudson), has always had her suspicions about Lou, and decides to do her own investigating. This is not a film for everyone, and it is brutal with it's sexual violence and it is quite cold too. But Affleck is a revelation in this film, and goes from kind deputy sheriff to brutal rapist at the flick of a switch. If made in the 1950's, it would have been a tame film noir, but Winterbottom doesn't shy away from the pain and brutality here.

Thomas P (br) wrote: Cool action movie the acting was good, the fight scenes were epic

Chris C (nl) wrote: Gary oldman gives you a dark slice of british life, where hard drinking Ray Winstone comes home and abuses and beats his wife Kathy Burke and there her brother goes around trying to score heroin. Winstone gets two great monologues and the dialogue is often full of profanties with F-this and F-that and calling people the C-word. So if you can stand rapid profanity and violent domestic abuse and heroin shooting up then you can make it through this movie.

Joseph B (fr) wrote: Started off strong, but took a nosedive.

Sam M (fr) wrote: You know, there's disappointment but I loved Richard Gere.

Lucas B (us) wrote: I liked this documentary.

Keith B (it) wrote: Actually made me laugh a few times

Carole T (es) wrote: Great performances from all but too long and a ridiculous storyline!