Tomorrow, When the War Began

Tomorrow, When the War Began

Ellie Linton, a teen from an Australian coastal town, leads her friends on an excursion to a camp deep in the woods, dubbed "Hell." Upon their return, the youths find that their town has been overrun by an enemy army, and their friends and family have been imprisoned. When the hostile invaders become alerted to their presence, Ellie and her friends band together to escape -- and strike back against -- this mysterious enemy.

When their country is invaded and their families are taken, eight unlikely high school teenagers band together to fight. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Rob R (ca) wrote: I can't say this the best film but I am now a fan of Jessalyn Gilsig and Graham Patrick Martin.

Gary M (ru) wrote: Cute, but not smart.

Dylan D (gb) wrote: Of Gods and Men is a testament to both the strengths of human faith and the power of focused and dramatic cinema. This is far from a traditional motion picture in terms of both story and structure, but Director Xavier Beauvois has crafted an enthralling and altogether potent film that should be recognized as the champion of story over style. Few films are as riveting as this, and Beauvois has created a masterpiece with nary any help from the more traditional cinematic elements that serve to entertain rather than absorb. Everything is present in just the right quantities, and that includes the exclusion of any and all superfluous elements that would only interfere with the story's themes. It's sometimes a difficult picture to watch, one that's far more emotionally challenging than most to be sure, but it's nevertheless one of the more rewarding experiences one is likely to have in front of a work of art.

Archibald T (fr) wrote: A great companion piece to Henry Fool. Hartley did a great job with the story, very complex and funny. What some people may not understand is that Hartley's film's play like soap opera's mixed with a few other elements in the classic melodrama's of the 30s and 40s. He goes as far to make fun of it by throwing in some quirky elements as well. He blends them together very well. Also his scripts have a great book like feel to them and He also creates his own music for his films. So, not only does hartley write, direct and produce, but also does the music. The only other director I can think of would be John Carpenter doing all those things as well. I should mention Parker Posey's performance. She is very cute and did a great job. Goldblum was surprisingly well and Thomas Jay Ryan, who is in only one long scene talking to a terrorist, is worth watching the film alone. I can't see anyone else playing Henry than Thomas Jay Ryan. Pitch Perfect.

ana v (fr) wrote: this has to be one of the most beautiful and touching romantic movies I've seen.

Darrin C (fr) wrote: Falls in the So-Bad-Its-Good genre with horrible acting from otherwise okay actors and cheesy 1980s effects. A movie to watch while laughing drunk if you can ever find it!

Fran H (br) wrote: Good movie. Pacino was superb and perfect as usual. Jack Warden was hilarious and perfect. Lee Strasberg plays his standard old, Jewish guy. Sometimes I wonder if he just shuffles from movie set to movie set with the same clothes and dialog. The movie's message is a wide broadbrush that the entire US judicial system is corrupt, insane and unjust, starting at the top with the judges. Yeah, okay. Otherwise it's a good watch, funny and sad and upsetting, and Pacino is a joy to watch. And you can't miss that famous line "YOU'RE out of order....YOU'RE out of order...this whole COURT is out of order !!!"

STCENTERPRISE (mx) wrote: I think that a lot of credit has to go to writing and Tom Hanks performance bringing such a believable and realistic reality to acting like a kid.

P P (mx) wrote: Fascinating documentary on one of music's most gifted talent managers. Highly amusing and deftly directed by Myers. Essential viewing for music nerds!

ChunTse T (kr) wrote: There is something missed in the real world, something deep, something emotional: Love.