In the midst of World War II, the battle under the sea rages and the Nazis have the upper hand as the Allies are unable to crack their war codes. However, after a wrecked U-boat sends out an SOS signal, the Allies realise this is their chance to seize the 'enigma coding machine'.

A German submarine is boarded by disguised American submariners trying to capture their Enigma cipher machine. Forced to take the crew hostage, the Americans lay their explosives and prepare to destroy the German vessel before the Nazis can send naval backup. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


U-571 torrent reviews

Chris B (us) wrote: some duff movies on at the minute. this is one of them.

Kenny O (kr) wrote: Some Aussie movies shouldn't be made!

shashank b (us) wrote: Neil Nitin Mukesh is so much better when he talks less. His narration in particular sucks. This is just below above average. A bad performance by almost all, except Bipasha who did relatively better than others around her. Some things in the film are way too cheesy for me to stand! This just does not have any depth at all. Just when I thought that Bollywood was ready to make good thriller, here goes another disappointment. What I thought was a promotional song, actually turned out to be in the film. Some things just dont make sense in the film, absolutety blunt. These people have no idea what thrillers!

Anthony W (nl) wrote: Don't believe the negative surrounding this movie and watch it for the experience.

Susie B (it) wrote: I love Ryan Reynolds in strong roles.

Jackson B (br) wrote: haha. i never finished it. but it was lame

Ayan V (de) wrote: love everything about this film

Eric O (us) wrote: This is one of the greatest movies I have ever seen. Jim Carrey is a five minute side-note, but Steve Oedekerk delivers fantastic seamless monologues that make a 90 minute movie seem like 15 golden minutes I want to watch over and over. Oedekerk portrays a disgruntled life-o-phobe who complains about everything and wishes for death at the slightest inconvenience. The genius is in the complaints and their catalysts. The last time I watched the movie was about nine years ago and to this day I think of it and smile every time I pour milk in my cereal.

Fawn R (gb) wrote: i think this may have been the oNLY movie Bruce and Demi made together..weird...

Wes S (us) wrote: The story is confusing despite being utterly insane with a mask. There is a lot of meat in the film, and eventually it makes you want to give it up all together. Nothing makes a lot of sense, and the film gets a bit hard to explain.

Petros T (de) wrote: "Predator" is a welcome twist to the war/action genre. John McTiernan orchestrates the film's first part - essentially a fascinating mix of a military operation and hints that something's crucially different - wonderfully, building up the tension masterfully till Predator is finally revealed. Props should also go to the confrontation between the titular creature and our hero, crucially presented as a battle of wits rather than merely of strength or armory.

Joseph E (de) wrote: Oh The Horror in which this movie encompasses, brings, and tries to give to your mind. Oh How this director, and whatever the hell is going on in his f*****d up mine, Should be shot in the head.

Jonathan C (gb) wrote: A stylish and sexy musical with an excellent cast, great numbers, and a surprisingly good story. Well worthy of it's Best Picture win.

Ashley B (mx) wrote: And this is why I'm a vegan.

Michelle H (fr) wrote: when you think of chick flicks, you think of mean girls. A total great movie to boot