Tunes of Glory

Tunes of Glory

Major Jock Sinclair has been in this Highland regiment since he joined as a boy piper. During the Second World War, as Second-in-Command, he was made acting Commanding Officer. Now the regiment has returned to Scotland, and a new commanding officer is to be appointed. Jock's own cleverness is pitted against his new CO, his daughter, his girlfriend, and the other officers in the Mess.

Major Jock Sinclair has been in this Highland regiment since he joined as a boy piper. During the Second World War, as Second-in-Command, he was made acting Commanding Officer. Now the ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Tunes of Glory torrent reviews

David H (ca) wrote: It is a great movie.

Jordon J (au) wrote: A bittersweet portrait of two people, who, in the process of helping their children choose a college, confront the emptiness of their respective marriages. I say RENT IT!!!

Scott J (au) wrote: first off i love pearl jam and this was very informative that being said unlike other documentaries theres no reason to re watch it also it seems to go off on random tangents that dont seem relevant or interesting at all

bob j (us) wrote: not much better than your average family movie

Rachit M (gb) wrote: Its a full length office-office, very well directed with good acting. Over all a nice movie to watch.

Frdric B (de) wrote: Un film idal pour remonter le moral des banquiers comme moi car on y parle d'une profession encore plus impopulaire : celle des publicitaires !Le film est une bonne adaptation du roman ponyme, avec des trouvailles originales dans la ralisation. Jean Dujaradin est trs crdible en Beigbeder. Pour moi le dfaut principale rside dans les deux fins alternatives proposes, aucune des deux ne me convient...

Jason J (nl) wrote: This movie tells the story of two girls as they struggle their way into the world of love and sex. This story is told at a slow pace and that works very well. It gives plenty of time and space to get to know the different characters and to grow somewhat attached to them.Using a small cast puts some extra pressure on the people playing as they all have some more screen time than normal but the people playing in this film handle that well. Everyone is completely believable. Visual setting is great, especially the underwater shots in the swimming pool add a nice effect.Many movies have been made about the same subject though and this one does not really stand out above any of them. It pulls some "standard" pressure methods out of the high hat and works on them. It isn't bad, not at all, but it surely isn't fantastic either and I do feel it could have done better if it had taken some what less explored angles. It's still an interesting movie to watch though and well worth checking out.

Evan K (fr) wrote: Again Bruce Campbell Is The Only Reason To See It And He Makes The Movie.

Jay T (nl) wrote: sadly, this is one of my favorite Christmas movies. Billy Bob is just a perfect scumbag.

Felicity Y (mx) wrote: Love this kind of movie for no reason

Jammie S (kr) wrote: The music gave it higher ratings. I miss 80s music.

Sara T (de) wrote: I loved it as a child!..:)

Akash S (jp) wrote: Ingmar Bergman's 'Fanny och Alexander', originally intended as the director's "swan song", is a five-hour five-act epic which explores the lives of the different members of the Ekdahl family. The First Act beautifully explores the family's get-together at Christmas, and sheds some light on the individual families of the three brothers as well. Then the remaining acts go on to follow the ups and downs of the two siblings, Fanny and Alexander, and their mother Emilie, and how everyone in the Ekdahl family tries to cope with it.Each of the characters in the movie is so uniquely fascinating, and really have something to offer to the combined family as well as the movie. The rich colours and cinematography, the in-depth exploration of the characters' lives, the movie is filled with heartwarming and hilarious moments; there isn't a single dull moment in it.All the actors involved with the movie have done a brilliant job, especially the beautiful and charming Ewa Frling delights us with her talented performance of Emilie Ekdahl. I wonder why I haven't seen her in many movies; she really has the ability to captivate you with her eyes and emotions. Helena's conversation with his son's soul and Isak Jacobi's monologue with the children were really entrancing.'Fanny och Alexander' is an ornately shot period piece that beautifully studies both childhood and adulthood (not of the same character). As critic Aaron Hillis from 'Village Voice' says so aptly, 'nothing else in his (Bergman) oeuvre addresses so directly his childhood escapes into fantasy as the by-product of a harsh Lutheran upbringing.' It explores many themes like loss, prison-like childhood, polygamy, etc., but the story is essentially about the importance of family. Overall, the movie is quite life-affirming and memorable. Please watch the five-hour long cut to get the director's intended vision and proper impact of the epic.

Alex K (br) wrote: My Favorite Science Fiction Film Is 1968's 2001: A Space Odyssey.

Karen P (au) wrote: Anyone who has had or lived with someone who has had mental illness will recognize the chaos of their apartment and the frustration and anger Ruffalo feels when it all gets past him at times. But his character's great charm and offbeat approach to the world gives his daughters a richness to their lives which in the midst of all the stress they are just beginning to understand and appreciate. And we root for their mother, who with an MBA in hand, could elevate this resilient family financially and make their lives far less stressful, though never less interesting. It tackles these issues without a heavy hand and manages to get points made without getting too overwhelming emotionally. It's a fine balancing act.

Jennifer W (fr) wrote: John Wayne always can rely on one of his films to be good