This WW2 epic was one of the last movies of that kind made in former Yugoslavia. It tells the true story of great transport of Partizans from Vojvodina to Bosnia in 1943. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
This WW2 epic was one of the last movies of that kind made in former Yugoslavia. It tells the true story of great transport of Partizans from Vojvodina to Bosnia in 1943.
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Ciaran M (gb) wrote: It's a jarring, pretentious journey that wastes a premise with so much potential on a protagonist that exhibits the same personality traits as a paralytic and a villain who's unnerving quality is squandered by editing that's about as stale as the NHS' dessert menu.
Juan A (ca) wrote: Real good documentary of an artist at work.
Nicola W (ca) wrote: Not bad. I laughed out loud quite a few times :)
Dave A (ag) wrote: Gamera goes back to being a friend to children everywhere. Best described as a family-friendly monster movie, but still entertaining.
Sharon S (gb) wrote: Excellent murder mystery
Joe C (mx) wrote: want to see. i proboly have seen it but i can't remeber
Nica S (gb) wrote: I am not a fan of the slow-motion effects and frequent freeze frames and I did not appreciate the first story very much, but the second story was really quirky with interesting characters and a seemingly natural plot development.
Tim S (us) wrote: As with the last film, Maniac Cop 3: Badge of Silence picks up where its previous entry left off. Again, a little time has passed, but not really that much. Just enough for people to forget about the maniacal policeman so he can go on his homicidal rampage once again. This time around, we're treated to a Bride of Frankenstein-type situation. A female officer is gunned down and framed as a heartless and careless cop while she lies in a coma. Cordell, the Maniac Cop, learns of this and attempts to set things straight for her and take her as his bride via a creepy shaman. Robert Davi returns to the lead, and actually has a little more to do this time around. Robert Z'Dar also returns, and keep watch for small roles by Jackie Earle Haley and Frank Pesce, as well as a cameo by Ted Raimi. The film is infamous for having a lot of problems behind the scenes, with original director William Lustig walking out in the middle of production, but the film still has some merit to it. It's not terrible, but just by putting the films up in a line-up and judging them one by one, it's definitely the least of the two sequels. I'd still recommend it though.
Brian H (mx) wrote: Shirley Temple was adorable (although slightly cloying at times) and that's the reason most of her movies were made in the first place. Curly Top is not a great movie and if Temple was not the showcase, it would be boring and pointless. The plot is incredibly thin and a bit far fetched. It doesn't make sense that her millionaire foster parent decides to pretend she was adopted by somebody else so she will not feel indebted to him, but yet she never meets the supposed adopter. And then the love story is silly and borderline creepy. But the musical numbers are usually fun to watch - especially Animal Crackers in My Soup. And Shirley Temple certainly had spunk and it shines here, even if the rest of the film is lacking.
Thomas W (au) wrote: Crooked Arrows is one of those films you feel bad for because you cannot give it a good review to help its chances as it is NOT that good of a movie ... even though it tries really hard to be. Joe Logan (Brandon Routh - Superman Returns, Scott Pilgrim vs the World) is a mixed-blood Native American who is trying to modernize the reservation. Joe has already built a new school and the casino on the land is getting a face-lift; but all his father really wants of his son is for him to prove his worth to the tribe by coaching the high school lacrosse team. Although Joe played in the past, his glory days are behind him and this becomes a standard, not-so-surprising fish-out-of-water tale until Joe's mastery of the sport (surprise!) kicks back in and it then becomes an athletic underdog story we have all seen countless times as the impoverished Crooked Arrows eventually battle it out with an arrogant and bullyish, top-of-the-line team who think they are going to win the state championship. While Routh is extremely personable, laid-back and like-able here, he cannot do anything to personally save the sad, little movie. The acting is stiff and rehearsed and the dialogue is howl-worthy (awful!!). Many of the scenes feel forced; but when something is as predictable as Crooked Arrows it doesn't really matter. The movie does try in earnest; but it IS one of those movies with NO surprises. One could read the synopsis now and know how this movie ends without watching a single scene.
Borhan K (mx) wrote: A mind tripping movie. A simple story that is told from different view points and different outcomes. A low budget movie with some semi big Hollywood names.I don't know what to think of this movie it was for me a combination of watching vantage point meets Crash.This movie teaches us how our actions can have repercussions and how those effect us and other people in our lives.A small movie on a budget with a powerful message.