Von Ryan's Express
Von Ryan's Express stars Frank Sinatra as a POW colonel who leads a daring escape from Nazi Germany by taking over a freight train, but he has to win over the British soldiers he finds himself commanding.
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Andrew S (fr) wrote: Decent enough movie, plenty of seal action and a plausible story.
Fernando C (ag) wrote: lets say I liked it
Huw G (us) wrote: Nothing new, but fun and much more likeable than most mainstream summer movies.
Aidan H (ag) wrote: Although I am a big fan of Carlos Saura and his flamenco films, I felt, while watching this, that I'd been conned into viewing an over-extended music video for the local gypsy bands. Self-indulgent in the extreme, Vengo's refusal to comply with standard entertainment techniques had me throwing tantrums within 20 minutes of the credits as lengthy and pointless scenes of musicians and dancers doing their thing dulled any appreciation I had of the genre (see King of the Gypsies instead). 1 star for the music.
Darren H (ru) wrote: a great film showing that all people have m ore than one side to them!
Brett C (de) wrote: Review In A Nutshell:I started Jim Jarmusch's filmography with Down By Law, and that film left me kind of disappointed due to it's emotionless and lack of drive during the first half of the film. Though left underwhelmed, I still had faith on Jarmusch as there is something about his style and storytelling that makes me want to come back for more. I came into Night on Earth with small expectations and surprisingly, it succeeded in surpassing it and delivered an experience I wouldn't forget. The film doesn't feature a plot or a even a clear connection or similarities between each of the five storylines, aside from the fact that it tells the story of a cab driver and a passenger. I enjoyed the film all the way through, with each story coming off as beautiful managing to evoke something out of me. Each individual segment explores different themes and I was surprised how much Jarmusch was able to focus on so many and not have the film feel messy and directionless. The film's simplistic and character-centered photography was appealing, and the film's optimistic and sometimes quirky music makes the stories feel light and accessible even when things get dark. The film featured great acting with standout performances from Winona Ryder, Beatrice Dalle, Giancarlo Esposito, Armin Mueller-Stahl, and Matti Pellonpaa. Night on Earth is an example of showing what would be down to earth stories and making something significant out of it.
Tanner B (nl) wrote: good thriller, and all around fun.
Kevin R (mx) wrote: I've got a bad habit of losing my temper A town informs their long time, old school sheriff that they have decided to modernize and his services are no longer required. The sheriff feels that there's something fishy going on for him to be mysteriously let go; however, he now has time to settle down and raise a family. Will the sheriff go quietly into the night or will he try to uncover the rationale for the town's decision? "I am not keeping you from anything important, Frank, like crawling under my sheets with my wife am I?" Donald Siegel, director of Escape from Alcatraz, Dirty Harry, Two Mules for Sister Sarah, The Beguiled, No Time for Flowers, and The Verdict, delivers Death of a Gunfighter. The storyline for this picture was interesting with a unique spin on a common premise. The action scenes were average and the acting was okay. The cast includes Richard Widmark, Lena Horne, Carroll O'Connor, and Jacqueline Scott. "You're a bad liar. If you want to succeed in this world, you've got to be a good liar." My wife DVR'd this film due to its plot and our love affair with westerns. The premise was solid but the film was a bit stale. The execution did not live up to the film's potential and Widmark didn't have the charisma of a Clint Eastwood or Lee Van Cleef. Overall, this is above average but nothing special. "What's the price of your cheapest funeral?" Grade: C+
James H (us) wrote: Not very accurate and quite overlong, but it is a good story and very entertaining. If you can over look it's inaccuracies on John F. Kennedy's service in World War II, it's more enjoyable. Cliff Robertson is well cast. Good as a war film.
Martin T (ru) wrote: The first three episodes are very touching, intimate stories. I really loved the first half of the movie. The second half of the film is a slight letdown. The 4th is okay, but lacks that personal touch and feels more like a simple adventure story. And the last episode is fairly typical war stuff. It's the fifth that confounds me. Either Rossellini is being ironic, or it's a celebration of Catholic intolerance. The musical score is bombastic and overbearing, but the cinematography is admirable.
Richard L (mx) wrote: It is hard to believe that Liv TYLER actually plays in this movie. There are some decent parts but everything is so slow and unexplained that it kills the suspense instead of building it up. And the camera is always shaking -- this is really annoying.