A group of Vietnam War veterans re-unite to rescue one of their own left behind and taken prisoner by the Vietnamese. Led by his father (a retired Marine Colonel) and supported by a rich ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Bhisham M (jp) wrote: This changes everything.
Gavin R (kr) wrote: Really want to watch ig so bad !!!!!!!!!
Marta R (br) wrote: Beautiful movie... Palestinian and Jewish Babies accidentally switched at birth... boys (and parents) just find out when they are almost 18....
Lau K (fr) wrote: A beautiful slow thriller.
Kevin L (it) wrote: The ruthless, moneyed Hubbard clan lives in, and poisons, their part of the deep South at the turn of the 20th century.
Bob L (ru) wrote: Emmanuel Mouret does triple duty, writing, directing and starring in Un Baiser, s'il vous plait, a sharp romantic dramatic comedy focusing on friendship, love and how a simple kiss can blur those lines. Serious at times and light at appropriate times, Mouret places his character in a story told by a woman (Julie Gayet) who is only peripherally involved. The initial sex scene between Mouret and best friend Judith (Virginie Ledoyen) is delightfully and mechanically absurd, but of course, it leads to trouble. While the trouble is predictable, Mouret still manages to give the viewer something to think about.
Jens T (ag) wrote: Peter Greenaway's The Pillow Book in many ways a creative movie, but sadly enough it's also a very boring movie full of clichs you not only seen in other movies, but also in Greenaway's The Coock, The Thief, His Wife and her Lover. It's basicly romeo and julie all over again, but now only as a difficult ma thematic calculation. It's the story about the Japanese woman named Nagiko (Vivian Wu) who's is told by her mother how to make a pillow book (basically a diary) and she shows such passion for it that he wants other peoples to write on her naked body as well as she does towards others and starts her own kind of modern art, and even writes full novels on people's entire bodies. She meets and falls in love with the English translator Jerome (Ewan McGregor) who falls dangerously in love with her, very dangerously in love with her that it will get consequences.The Idea for the movie is OK, but to more out of a book than it's already is and involve murder in it, that once more involves a form of cannibalism. Plus the movie plays an very irritating song over again many times. It's like I drowned at the Turkish bath. It's hideous. Thumbs down.
Scott A (ag) wrote: Decent thriller deals with a bored housewife basically having an affair with the dude's doppelganger. But when she decides to just start getting it on again with her hubby, they new guy goes nuts. MacFayden is okay, but man if Ford super fine. And it helps that she gets naked an awful lot. Nothing new or original here, but not a bad watch.
Leong C (ag) wrote: Gene Hackman and Willem Dafoe proved to be the dynamic duo in this fantastic movie about racism...
Michael W (de) wrote: Home truly is where the heart is as Big Bird discovers when he is moved away from Sesame Street. Although aimed at children, I still find the Muppets entertaining with terrific characters like Cookie Monster, who has no self-control.
Kristina K (gb) wrote: after I had rented that movie I was afraid of watching it because I expected a bad b-movie - I love vampires. surprisingly Dracula captured me immediately! because it is only "based on" Bram Stoker's Dracula I didn't have any problems with the fact that there are characters missing or added. the whole movie was pure fun. Marc Warren as Dracula was sexy for me, even the wizened-greenish-before-I-drank-blood-Dracula succeeded in transferring a sex-appeal (later: black hair and blond breast hairs - unbelievably great). Sophia Myles who I know from the vampire series Moonlight was great, too, and looks very sexy in vintage dresses. luckily there is no disgusting splatter. the actors are very good, Van Helsing is just sweet. There is a pinch of erotic and some shocking moments. one time I even screamed although I never do that when I watch a movie alone. very often I got goose bumps (sometimes erotic, sometimes horror, sometimes because of monumentality). a very impressive movie! ps: in my family I am infamous for the fact that I like movies which nobody else likes. They just touch me.
Private U (nl) wrote: was a good vintage flick
Peter W (ag) wrote: Good Giallo, slightly predictible if familiar with the genre.
Audrey H (es) wrote: This movie is a great love story. I love the main character's name!
Ashley H (nl) wrote: Westbound is an excellent film. It is about Captain John Hayes who goes to Colorado to take over the stagecoach line. Randolph Scott and Virginia Mayo give amazing performances. The screenplay is well written. Budd Boetticher did a great job directing this movie. I enjoyed watching this motion picture because of the action and adventure. Westbound is a must see.
Patrice F (it) wrote: funny and delightful....
Scott C (gb) wrote: I found this a bore.
Trey W (kr) wrote: Resident Evil is a movie about people escaping a giant research center full of zombies. I'll have to admit this was pretty bad. First thing I didn't like about it was the costumes. I mean do these people look like they're in an apocalypse?!? Well a skirt, mini shirt, and leather boots and jacket don't cut it. Second is the storyline. I felt as if this was written by a twelve year old. It was just so random. Zombies popping out of nowhere. It's as if they magically spawn. Last is the punchlines and suspense. The punchlines are really cheesy. After the hacked the door open I saw a S.W.A.P soldier say "Checkmate!". And the suspense. The music feels a bit more energetic than creepy. I wouldn't even call this horror. The action and blood and gore was cool, but after a while it was tedious. Grade "C+