An Enemy to Die For
Despite the threat of war in the fall of 1939, the Germans decide to launch a sea expedition in search of evidence for Pangaea. Although the multi national geologists embark enthusiastically on their research mission, the growing political tension between their countries soon affects their work. With Britain and France declaring war on Germany, the civilian scientists now find themselves mere pawns in a global power struggle.
- Stars:Tom Burke, Allan Corduner, Jeanette Hain, Sven Nordin, Axel Prahl, Richard Ulfsäter, Lukasz Simlat, Juha Sorola, Piotr Polk, Matthias Buss, Donald Douglas, Anna Kurkinen, Kai-Birger Sünram, Godehard Giese, Veit Stübner,
- Director:Peter Dalle,
- Writer:Peter Dalle
A German expedition with a international crew is in the remote Arctic ice when the 2nd world war starts, and they are commanded to take active part in the war. Soon they find themselves in a fight of life and death. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
An Enemy to Die For torrent reviews
(ag) wrote: it was fine; similar to any of the "can you survive the night" type of film
(au) wrote: the fat cute rabbit impressed me :D
(es) wrote: B grade horror goodness.
(au) wrote: This a brilliant depiction of a melodramatic, moving yet meek look into the poignant life and mind of a retiring insurance actuary. A great mixture of bleak and light-hearted moments with an outstanding, passionate performance by the great Jack Nicholson.
(gb) wrote: A really great film that is, in fact, 4 films in1. I think multiple watchings will be required to follow all the stories, but a truly awesome piece of film-making.Loses out on an extra star as it is a little difficult to follow at times, but I think that may be part of Figgis' plan, to cause disorientation.Good film, and definitely will be getting further watches!
(us) wrote: It's more than three hour long but Paul Thomas Anderson's direction expands the story thrillingly by letting several episodes go on at the same time.Not only performance of Tom Cruise who was nominated for Academy Award for Best Actor for Leading Role but performances:*of Julian Moore acting as a unstable wife facing his husband's coming death,*of Melora Walters acting as a drug dependent woman with a trauma,*of Philip Baker Hall acting as a host of a popular quiz coming close to death,*of Philip Seymour Hoffman acting as an honest and kind nurse,*of John C. Reilly acting as an honest and sincere policeman and *of Melinda Dillon acting as a wife of the host of the quiz showare all great.In the script, Melora Walter's character was made first and other characters were added afterwards. It was originally planned for a short film but the script became bigger and bigger and, finally, to be a long film exceeding three hours. Director Paul Thomas Anderson told it's too long and he would cut it when he was asked what he would do if he could improve 'Magnolia' in an interview.Director Paul Thomas Anderson made this movie being inspired by Aimee Mann's songs. He told he wanted cinematize her musical world. Nine Aimee Mann's songs are used in the sound track of the movie. It's impressive that casts trolls 'Wise Up' in their own scenes.
(nl) wrote: nominated for best picture by NBR
(us) wrote: Christmas laughs. So this is about a hard working father (Arnold Schwarzenegger) that has been swamped at the office, and hasn't had Christmas shopping in the forefront of his brain. When finally dawns on him that he forgot to buy his son the hot new "it" toy on Christmas Eve, he has to do whatever it takes to make sure his son gets this action figure. This movie is one that is a bit of an enigma for me; I've watched this multiple times now, and have experienced mixed emotions each time. That said, I can usually go with my gut in figuring out my underlying feelings about a film. I am still no closer to figuring out whether I love this film or hate it. Right off the bat, Jingle All the Way starts off with a trope that is one of my biggest pet peeves to see in a movie: the working father that is busting his butt to provide for family, but they resent him for it because there aren't enough hours in the day to attend karate competitions. It's a clich that is all to common in family films, and it is an instant turn-off for me in a movie, making it rare for a movie to work its way back and win me over. As obtrusive as that may be, it isn't long before Jingle All the Way is showing its true colors, which is this absurdist comedy about what this mad-dash holiday has turned into. Is it intelligent commentary? No, not really, but everything doesn't have to be Shakespeare. You can have a silly movie featuring one of the largest action stars alive and come up with the most ridiculous things for him to say without breaking a smile. This is filled with comedy buffoonery, and not everything in here makes me laugh. In fact, a lot of it leaves me flabbergasted as far as why anybody would think that this is a good idea, but I have to say, it leaves an impression and I will never forget Jingle All the Way. I don't think this is something than anybody will ever defend as a classic, but for what it is, it's entertaining in a slipping-into-an-alternate-dimension sort of way. The great Phil Hartman is great in this odd and slimy role, and for me, he's one of the standouts of this. Even after multiple viewings, Jingle All the Way really still stands as one of those movies that I have no idea how to rate, because while it is inarguably a dopey comedy, it is one that I am able to laugh at because of the absurdity factor.
(mx) wrote: If you want to see everyone from the ViewAskewniverse in one honkin' movie, catch this one. Everyone makes an appearance. Like everyone in high school and early college, I used to love Kevin Smith. Now, that I'm an old fart, I appreciate Kevin Smith in a new way. (No not that way. Golly, Kevin Smith fans always with the gay jokes.) I love Kevin Smith as a vocal blogger. His stories and Q&A's have dwarfed his movies in terms of quality. Now, I'm aware that Kevin Smith didn't actually direct Drawing Flies, but he sure had his hand dipped in them. Now, don't get me wrong, I still enjoy pretty much everything he releases. I got a big kick out of Clerks II, but one of the worst things on the planet to watch is a Kevin Smith produced film. Pretty much the concept behind these movies is that all of his little buddies want to make movies too. Unfortunately, they just don't have the talent behind them to back it up. But I will say that Drawing Flies is significantly better than Vulgar. Drawing Flies most suffers from the environment when it was made. Right when alternative ruled the earth (the best time in music), independent film was really starting to become hip. Everyone released these low budget, lame indie movies about nothing. Drawing Flies is no exception. It is just another tale of pseudo-intellectual burnouts in a longwinded tale about avoiding responsibility and spouting off high school philosophy by the spoonful. These movies aren't terrible, but they aren't great. But people think that they are absolutely awesome because they really are dumbed down versions of antiestablishmentarianism. (I think.) Yes, I do enjoy the occasional Kicking and Screaming, but Drawing Flies brings nothing new to the table outside of Jason Lee rubbing himself down with moose sh*t. The best part of this movies, outside of the very few chuckles, is the quick-paced runtime. The movie only runs about 76 minutes and that includes an introduction by producers Kevin Smith and Scott Mosier, which was perhaps more entertaining than the movie as a whole. Yes, there were some good things. The camera moved every so often, which gave it a leg up over its contemporary Clerks, but not a lot screamed decent in this movie.
(us) wrote: Es rica de la manera que se lo propone, pero tambin pesada y no siempre inspirada. / It is rich in the way it intends, but also heavy and not always inspired.
(ag) wrote: I love these Omen movies.
(fr) wrote: Haven't watch this in years, I remember enjoying it, need to watch it again.
(nl) wrote: Excellent Classic Hammer Horror Film with the very best Baron Frankenstein, Peter Cushing. 1969
(de) wrote: Gino and Giovanna are complex (if not wholly likeable) characters... sometimes a little too complex, with sudden or unclear shifts in motivation, but Visconti uses them to cover a lot of thematic ground. The story itself is familiar territory but except for being a little slow in the first act, it's compelling. So far I haven't seen a Visconti film I would count among my favorites, but I'm glad I watched this one.
(es) wrote: groovy as he'll but a strange ending. one for the hippies and fans of the swinging sixties. great british film.9/10
(jp) wrote: Very average animation. I fell asleep as the story was too dull to grab my attention.
(kr) wrote: In my opinion, "Mission Impossible: Rogue Nation" is one of Tom Cruise's best performances of all time; with a thrilling plot, astounding sound & effects along with a thought provoking story.I just keep wondering if Tom Cruise will ever get tired of making these types of movies...because they're AMAZING!
(ru) wrote: i love this movie alot!!!!!!!! it's a day at a LA Car Wash and it was vey funny!!!!!!!!!!! i love the title song too alot!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
(it) wrote: 5/20/2016: Ok at best. A forgettable movie.