In the midst of World War 2, a OSS officer leads a group of female pilots on a mission to deliver a secret weapon, only to crash land on an island in the Pacific after an encounter with a deadly storm. On the island, they must not only contend with a small band of Japanese soldiers but the native inhabitants of the island as well - vicious prehistoric Pterodons.
- Stars:Jamie Elle Mann, Brian Krause, Tohoru Masamune, Shauna Rappold, Lucy Faust, Caleb Michaelson, Gizza Elizondo, Jon McCarthy, Stephanie Honoré, Dennis Nguyen, Henry Ku, Marel Medina, David Jensen, David Lee, Tsuyoshi Gotô,
- Director:Kevin Gendreau,
- Writer:Kevin Gendreau (screenplay), Kevin Gendreau (story), Christian McIntire (story), John Terlesky (story), Scott Wheeler (story)
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Warbirds torrent reviews
(fr) wrote: Might've been better with more idiomatically appropriate subtitles.
(au) wrote: A well intentioned movie with mild results. Good enough for the story and a good performance by Danny Glover.
(nl) wrote: While the pace was a little slow for me and the atrocities of the Rwandan Genocide seemed to be a little censored, the film offers a great heartfelt look at a man trying to protect his family and keep his people alive in the middle of turmoil and injustice.
(de) wrote: Some of the jokes are pretty funny and thoughtful, Some of the jokes are dumb and weak, Some of the jokes had me lost.
(au) wrote: Still such a great movie. Dark, disturbing and depressing. Williams really shines here. Actually holds up really well, even with the landscape of personal photographs being so drastically different than it was when this came out.
(au) wrote: There are some good moments with the cast, but the film gets weighed down by a three hour run time, and never fully investigates the concept of death as a character. There are so many questions and loose ends that could have been further explored and capitalized on.
(us) wrote: An almost great movie.
(mx) wrote: anything about music, i want to see.
(us) wrote: Academy Award-Winner Gene Hackman stars in this gripping behind-the-scenes look at the triumphs and tragedies of the ruthless boxing world. For Edie and Ray McGunn, life in New York's "Hell Kitchen" means fighting is never a choice, but a way of life. Dan McGunn (Hackman), an ex-fighter, coaches his two sons to fulfill his own shattered dreams of fame. But when Ray refuses to take a dive in the ring, he is brutally murdered by a group of hit men. That's when Dan and Eddie learn that their salvation no longer lies in the ring, but in the heart.
(jp) wrote: David Mamet has written some great films over his career (The Untouchables, Wag The Dog, Glengarry Glen Ross) and this, his directorial debut, is no exception.Joe Mantegna, best known for supporting characters gets a rare lead here as a con man whose allure attracts the attentions of psychiatrist/writer Lindsey Crouse and he gets her involved in one big con which lands them both in hot water.It's a superb performance from Mantegna as he practically carries the film, whilst Mamet's direction almost makes you smell the smoke and liquor of seedy bars and gambling halls.Lindsey Crouse's wooden acting is the only weak link.
(de) wrote: Bonnaire is exceptional as a young drifter, whose free life ultimately ends up as her downfall.
(mx) wrote: directed by quickie gr8 Edgar Ulmer
(de) wrote: Some interesting ideas, but not a patch on the first two films.
(gb) wrote: A slight drop off from the 1st two movies, but still very enjoyable. Obviously it had less budget. I hope we see more of Riddick in the future.