An army recruit was found dead during a 24km road march. After the death of the recruit, strange things started to happen, haunting all the soldiers in the barracks. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
An army recruit was found dead during a 24km road march. After the death of the recruit, strange things started to happen, haunting all the soldiers in the barracks (Imdb.com).
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Joseph O (ru) wrote: This was a good movie. I enjoyed how it was filmed . Jesse Eisenberg was strong in this movie. Tracy Morgan and his pal in the movie were very funny. Give this film a shot.
Keegan S (au) wrote: Not very good, not very bad.
Kimberly M (nl) wrote: very cute but miss eddie M.
Quentin G (au) wrote: This movie is seriously disturbing as it makes me wonder what I would do if I were to be a civilian in the city. Great story and quite sad that the marines were just pawns in this political dispute the east and west
Eliabeth D (fr) wrote: haha cute. Heather Graham's a good, new, fresh face.
Andrew L (nl) wrote: Better than DH2, but not the same as DH1. This is more like a loud, wild goose chase around New York. At times it seems they tried to include some subplots about racism or something, but it never fully manifests. At least this made me worry about McClane and feel he was in danger again. It's not that bad actually. It's not DH1 though.
Private U (mx) wrote: Bronson seems more pissed off than any of his other flicks in this one. He forces a sleazy pimp to swallow a $25,000 watch, then lights his car on fire with hilarious results from the panicked pimp. There is also another hilariously bad scene where he fights a bunch of pornographers, and one literally roars at him before getting his leg grabbed mid-kick by Bronson and getting slammed through a dresser. In short, this is yet another campy 80s Bronson flick with equal doses of low-budget action and hilariously bad scenes. I recommend it.
Dave R (ag) wrote: two low (and i mean low) level newark mob associates get in trouble with their boss. the boss wants them dead so they head to atlantic city thinking they can get help from a connected uncle. but of course there's a complication... a pretty bad attempt at mob comedy with danny devito by a fairly accomplished director, brian depalma. enough said.
JUST S (ca) wrote: AMERICAN CLASSIC: What a good movie gives you that good ol American tail.. Love it! A bit slow to start but what a finish..
Tehsha S (de) wrote: I got scared the first time i saw it!
Martin T (au) wrote: Mizoguchi's final film revisits one of his favorite themes: struggling women, specifically prostitutes. There is a feeling of repetition here, and it lacks the stunning emotional impact of his better films, but it may be his best work technically. It looks wonderful, and a lot of the camera setups are really interesting. The avant-garde music is an unusual touch as well, sparsely used but startling. The story is also briskly paced, managing to juggle a large cast without getting too confusing.
Thomas B (mx) wrote: ***The Fast and Furious franchise has finally managed to match the quality of its first instalment, largely due to the old cast returning, less street racing, and once again, good direction from Lin.
Tyler P (mx) wrote: Un bon DTV qui aurait mrit une sortie salle.
Jacob B (ag) wrote: A-"They call me... Mr. Tibbs"This quote has been parodied in the animated films 'The Lion King' and 'Sausage Party' and remains to be one of the greatest quotes in the history of film. I have heard that 'In the Heat of the Night' is a staple of modern times for its commentary on racism, leading it to win the Academy Award for Best Picture. Sidney Poitier didn't win the Oscar for 'Best Actor', but his tense, angry performance is one worth mentioning when talking about one of the greatest characters in cinema. I admit that the film is laughable and doesn't hold up well at times, but it is still a great movie that is worth a viewing.