Whiskey Tango Foxtrot

Whiskey Tango Foxtrot

In 2002, cable news producer Kim Barker (Tina Fey) decides to shake up her routine by taking a daring new assignment in Kabul, Afghanistan. Dislodged from her comfortable American lifestyle, Barker finds herself in the middle of an out-of-control war zone. Luckily, she meets Tanya Vanderpoel (Margot Robbie), a fellow journalist who takes the shellshocked reporter under her wing. Amid the militants, warlords and nighttime partying, Barker discovers the key to becoming a successful correspondent.

Whiskey Tango Foxtrot follows television journalist Kim Barker (Tina Fey) as she decides to shake up her routine by taking a daring new assignment in Kabul, Afghanistan during Operation Enduring Freedom in 2002. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Whiskey Tango Foxtrot torrent reviews

Brandon D (es) wrote: One of the most riveting movies I have ever seen.

Alexander Z (nl) wrote: Probably the most impressive, most fun feature film I??ve ever seen about fandom. The result is a movie experience whose intimate intensity recalls an old-style Agatha Christie play, in which the gradual reveal of the character??s backstories is so well structured that the unity of setting is a blessing..

Augustine H (nl) wrote: Isabelle Huppert can master all characters with ease, but she is most good at playing sinister women.

Andy P (us) wrote: A bit of a let down for Seagal in this over the top film even for his standards.

Michael K (kr) wrote: Tremors is directed by S.S Wilson and Brent Maddock. It stars Kevin Bacon, Fred Ward and Finn Carter. It is a very cheesy but enjoyable monster movie. It is set in a small desert town in America. The town is attacked by strange snake like monsters that can sense people from their movement. The monsters are incredibly well done, the practical effects are very realistic and make the movie feel like this could actually happen. The movie has some very tense moments, which is good but they are eventually ruined by a bad script. The movie doesn't know what quite to do, it doesn't know if it should be serious or not. And that's where the faults lie. It should really be a funny movie, but it isn't. And that's not say it doesn't have funny moments, because it does. It just has too few of them. It is much too serious for what it is. But the performances are very good and the concept is also very good, and it is one of the better low-budget monster movies. 2.5/4

Adam S (nl) wrote: You don't go to the films of Finnish auteur Aki Kaurismaki for belly laughs and action comedy, but in his own deadpan, carefully framed critiques of romance on the outer fringes of society, he's one of the world's great comedic directors. In this somewhat famous film, the first of a proletariat trilogy, a lonely garbageman meets a cynical grocery store bag girl, and sparks fly, but in Kaurismaki sparks emanate not from sex, nudity, or innuendo, but from the healing of a bloody hand, the dark dinginess of a bingo parlor, and the plastic consumerist pastel of a men's outerwear department. Not much happens in the sparse 74 minutes, filled with a static but not boring mise-en-scene punctuated with dark light and American blues rock, but by the end you feel you understand these characters down to their very being, and understanding the human condition, for tragedy or romance, isn't exactly an easy thing to pull off.

Paul W (au) wrote: If you can see past what seems to be the oddly intentional stagily bad acting, it's an interesting chronicle of the mid 80's. The eponymous laundrette serves as allegory for Thatcherite Britain - shiny, sparkly, seemingly the product of nothing more than entrepreneurial elbow-grease, but look closer and it's all set up with dubious underworld capital, and on the doorstep theres a class and racial war raging. Meanwhile there's a rather non-conformist love triangle playing out - exactly the sort of thing which a decade later people were calling brave in "This Life". The film sets it's sights high - not content with dissecting capitalism and interracial bisexuality, a series of subplots explore the generation gap, immigration, fascist gang culture and drug dealing. Plenty to think about then, and a memorable early film from Stephen Frears, who went on to explore British immigration issues further (and much more lucidly) in 2002's Dirty Pretty Things.

Ryan N (nl) wrote: A fun film, with crappy acting, a dubbed Harvey Keitel voice (since the director didn't like his voice), and a somewhat suspenseful feel. But hey, it had a bad ass scary robit that killed and stalked people, so screw the negatives!

Pete S (au) wrote: Like Exorcist, but not as convincing.

James T (au) wrote: One of my fave Elvis movies