Engineer Johnny Munroe is enlisted to build a railroad tunnel through a mountain to reach mines. His task is complicated, and his ethics are compromised, when he falls in love with his ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Engineer Johnny Munroe is enlisted to build a railroad tunnel through a mountain to reach mines. His task is complicated, and his ethics are compromised, when he falls in love with his boss's daughter
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Erin C (mx) wrote: I had this one pretty much figured out.
Filippo V (br) wrote: Dopo aver visto il primo capitolo non vedevo l'ora di vedere il sequel e devo dire che ha superato nettamente anche le mie pi rosee aspettative. E' stata un esperienza incredibile: scene d'azione di un altro pianeta, una fotografia curatissima e una regia chiara e pulita. Il punto di forza del film sta proprio negli aspetti pi tecnici e solo chi sa guardare potr notare con che maestria venga dedicata la massima attenzione anche ai minimi dettagli. Se solo avesse avuto una trama pi snella e chiara avrei dato il massimo dei voti, dato che avrebbe reso il film pi veloce e agile. Si tratta solo di un piccolo particolare che di certo non mi blocca ad affermare che The Raid 2 uno dei migliori film d'azione che io abbia mai visto.
RajanSatish P (au) wrote: A revenge saga well scripted and directed by Anurag Kashyap.
Greg W (de) wrote: really pretty crappy and that's being generous
ernesto a (ag) wrote: what is this rocky ???
PJ P (ru) wrote: The beautiful and talented (sorry but it's true) Iranian director Samira Makhmalbef directed her first movie 'The Apple' when she was 17 (she had already directed two video productions) and when she was 23 made the extraordinary and inspirational Afghanistan-set 'At Five in the Afternoon'. If you haven't seen them, do so. 'Blackboards' was made when she was 19 and is something else again. Its setting is after the chemical bombing of Halabjaby by Iraq during the Iran-Iraq War (do you remember when we use to call this 'the Gulf War'?) and shows a group of Kurdish refugees - the script is entirely in Kurdish. It focuses on one of a group of young teachers. Each of these young men has only one possession, an old-fashioned blackboard carried on his back.One of the teachers finds various uses for his blackboard - as a stretcher, and as dowry - he has nothing else. Another falls in with a group of young boys who make their living out of smuggling - no need for education here then. This is one of the most striking movies that I have ever seen. Almost entirely devoid of optimism, eyeball-searingly bleak, it defies classification and intelligible synopsis, or perhaps I mean, by me anyhow
E L (us) wrote: Just hilarious. Deftly combining silly and observational humour, this is highly enjoyable.
Nicholas A (au) wrote: It's sleazy, it's cheesey, it's Ferrara's Fear City
Lindsey R (es) wrote: I'm not a fan of romance movies, but this one had a pretty good story and kept me interested.
Nicolas B (es) wrote: The directors cut is way to long to be really exciting. I expected a lot more.
I dont know w (jp) wrote: Looks pretty good, but nothing I would watch over every single movie ever.
Mel L (jp) wrote: Shirley Temple rocks! I don't remember seeing this one though.
Alex K (de) wrote: I Like Oliver Stone.