World War II: When Lions Roared
Based upon the actual cables between Washington, London and Moscow during the Second World War, this TV-movie examines the relationship between the leaders of these countries throughout the conflict. Franklin D. Roosevelt (John Lithgow), Winston Churchill (Bob Hoskins) and Joseph Stalin (Michael Caine), spring to life as real but imperfect people who nevertheless are great leaders fighting a great war.
This TV Movie is about the Tehran Conference between FDR, Winston Churchill, and Joseph Stalin. It shows the interaction between the three leaders at the close of the Second World War. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
World War II: When Lions Roared torrent reviews
(br) wrote: This movie was awful. it was cliche, poorly acted, and every joke included bodily functions. a 5 year old would laugh, but that's it.
(br) wrote: This movie on its own makes no sense, as a sequel it makes less sense. Most characters and story archs are stupid and don't fit in with the first two movies. And the comedy is just awful, not even Kat Williams and Terry Crews couldn't save this peice of shit.
(br) wrote: Excellent Mafia movie that is based off of a true story. 'Donnie Brasco' is quotable, intense and provides a nice mix of comic relief mostly from Al Pacino. Both Pacino and Depp are immensely realistic and attention grabbing. Also praise for Michael Madsen who is fantastic with his 'asshole/bad guy' persona.
(ca) wrote: Rollin' around the East Coast with a pessimistic Irish Catholic bible salesman who loves show tunes. You can practically smell the fog in the dingy motel rooms from all the chain-smoked Marlboros. Best moment: A creepy fellow blasting a muzak version of "Yesterday" to flush the salesmen from his house, while his wife signs away money for her brand new $50 bible. Once the crew leaves, he plays the song again, even louder. Arthur Miller could never invent this stuff.
(es) wrote: Wtf...Australia Is One Seriously Messed Up Place...So Is America...
(es) wrote: The first half is a little slow but it picks up in the end. As usual Del Toro does a superb job.