White Ghost

White Ghost

July '72. Vietnam. Lt. Steve Shepard missing in action. Presumed dead...15 years later he's still there.

An M.I.A. US soldier nicknamed White Ghost lives in hiding in the jungles of communist Vietnam. The US army finds out about him and sends a black ops team to rescue him. However, the team is lead by a man who wants White Ghost dead. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Robin S (fr) wrote: True and wonderfully done.

Jim H (ru) wrote: A young girl is recruited to join a child army, and when she escapes and forms a relationship with a fellow soldier, she tries to find solace in a dangerous world.Tense and depressing almost to the point of cliche, every horrible thing that you can imagine happening to a child does without fail. Portraits of desolate and uninviting worlds are always better when the characters have a hope the audience can share (think Midnight Cowboy's "Florida" or economic security in They Shoot Horses, Don't They). These hopes don't have to be tangible or even practical, but they have to be there otherwise we're stuck in Lars von Trier-hellscape. So War Witch is just one woe after another, and while the performances were natural and strong, the plot makes the film a downer in all the wrong ways.Overall, if you want to hate the planet for a while, watch this film.

Adrin M (au) wrote: One of the most brilliant, daring, inventive and fresh movie's I've seen a very long time !Visually marvelous, top plot, great actors ... this queer, dramatic, bloody yet touching film has become one of my all time favorites, no matter how stupid or disturbing it may seem !Awesome ! You've never seen anything quite like this !

Cole F (fr) wrote: It wasn't as funny as I'd hoped it would be mostly reliving on potty humor, but it was still a pretty cute story with a fairly original plot that kept me engaged for the most part...

Rico F (au) wrote: Back in the day this film was considered a classic. The effects for the time were second to none. Nowadays they are almost comedic. I am surprised that Casper Van Dien didn't make a bigger impact in Hollywood as after this, I would have guessed that he would have gone on time bigger and better things. Denise Richards is as appealing as ever in this. On the flip side one would never have expected Neil Patrick Harris to make the breakthrough that he has had many years after this film aired. His role was demure to say the least. Worth watching to see how Hollywood effects have developed over the years.

Joel A (de) wrote: A very likable film that despite its many many weak points is simply fun & entertaining. The story of a pet alligator being thrown down the sewer & with the consumption of chemicals becomes mega.The film is silly but fun at the same time, the actors are clearing having a lot of fun in the film. The relationship between the main detective & Scientist is awkward but hilarious.As soon as the Alligator attacks they laughs start rolling in. It's trashy it's 80's & it's a monster movie what's not too like.

Jason J (ru) wrote: The first of 6 movies starring the assassin for hire Itto Ogami and his 1 year old son Daigoro who roam the lands looking for revenge after his wife is brutally slain. Those who love old school Japanese samurai flicks don't need to look elsewhere as this has a good storyline and plenty of swordfights with body parts being cut in fountains of blood. The babycart that Ogami wheels around looks innocent enough apart from the fact that it's loaded with weapons from which he can kill some more bad guys. A really fine and entertaining movie.

Eric R (ca) wrote: A film that I respect and appreciate more than outright love. Godard's Two or Three Things I Know About Her pretty much abandons the restraints of narrative, instead opting for an cinematic essay on the ever-expanding consumer culture, and it's effect on the individual and the world as a whole. The film is absolutely loaded with ideals, and while some of the sequences are great- 'the sequence at the gas station where Godard talks about image and perception, I found the film to be a little too overloaded for my liking. There are some very profound points but the film is essentially Masturbation, though I don't necessarily mean that as a bad thing. I really loved the scene in the coffee shop also, where the cinematography contemplates an expresso, as essentially our universe around us, a swirling whirlwind of bubbles and foam. To me it's sum doesnt quite equal it's individual parts but I still found sections to be quite fascinating. I really need to watch more of Godard's later work, cause of the ones I have seen, I think I much prefer them to his 60's efforts...

Clint W (mx) wrote: Dumb, Stupid, Idiotic, Horrible! Might be the worst movie I've seen in recent memory. Unbelievably bad!