Set in northern Australia before World War II, an English aristocrat who inherits a sprawling ranch reluctantly pacts with a stock-man in order to protect her new property from a takeover plot. As the pair drive 2,000 head of cattle over unforgiving landscape, they experience the bombing of Darwin, Australia, by Japanese forces firsthand.

With the globe on the brink of World War II, Lady Sarah Ashley travels from Britain to Australia to inspect a cattle ranch she inherited. There she must reluctantly pact with a stock-man in order to protect her new property from a takeover plot. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Jenny W (mx) wrote: Very good story. Like the first one, sad that some characters that we learn to love have to die :( But if they didn't, it wouldn't be very realistic unfortunately.

Zack B (kr) wrote: Technically speaking, it's solid. But, their was hardly any interest during the course of several scenes of bickering.

Laura N (it) wrote: Really novel concept. Very powerful execution. I loved the pacing and how the isolation of the characters enhanced the scariness.

Golam M (it) wrote: Its a nice movie.....After seeing it i become a fan of "BANKU"......:)

Mohammed A (au) wrote: It's good movie to watch

gustavmarkovic31 (br) wrote: very, very cliche movie, is fun for the kids, a few laughs for the teens, very few for the adults. there isn't much action to be seen, although there are suspensful moments. but this movie never seems to lift from its foundations and become the hit it should have been. the three main characters seem to be grumpy in every scene, or maybe that's just their natural facial expressions. if so, they arent very pretty people. the main girl, especially, i didnt see her smile once, but i did miss a bit at the start and at the end, so... i dont know, but overall, pretty average movie.

Steve O (ag) wrote: I knew there was some controversy over the Biggie/Tupac murders but I didn't know the extent of the conspiracy. Fascinating documentary.

Brett H (mx) wrote: Pleasantly suprised that I enjoyed this one many years ago. My high school makes an apperance in this one which helped my interest.

Christina R (fr) wrote: Seen this one hundreds of times too. A good holiday movie to see with the kids.

Joshua L (jp) wrote: Although Memories is not ultimately satisfying, it is enjoyable. 'Stink Bomb' is occasionally funny. 'Magnetic Rose' is an exciting adventure, and 'Cannon Fodder' is visually stunning.

jay n (ru) wrote: Beautiful to look at, not just the scenery but the art direction as well but overlong and somewhat ponderous. Director Polanski's silent tribute to his late wife Sharon Tate at the end of the opening credits with a simple "To Sharon" after his credit is quite moving. She had left the Hardy novel with a note that she thought he would make a fine film of it when she headed back to the states just before her death.

Brad S (kr) wrote: Such a strange, surreal, interesting and humourous film. The premise is simple, a group of people at a formal dinner party realize that they can't leave. No real real reason is given. Bunuel uses this story-line to skewer the upper-class. This film won't be for everyone, but I enjoyed it.

Don S (mx) wrote: My type of movie: historical action with characters you can relate to, blurred lines between good and evil, and a little unforced romance thrown into the mix. Fassbender is terrific, Kurylenko does a great job without dialogue, and despite her unfortunate name, Imogen Poots is a beauty with acting skills. Surround all this with awesomely choreographed battle scenes and you've got a product that blew me away. Wonderful.

Gimly M (fr) wrote: One of those few movies that most people don't care for, but I personally think is CRIMINALLY underrated.

Alex A (ru) wrote: Robots is a disposable affair that's somewhat entertaining to a degree, but ultimately lands in the category of forgettable animated films overshadowed by other immensely superior entries. The voice acting is adequate and the visuals are decent, but the story was uninteresting and while the humor sometimes worked, it more often fell flat. Robots never stands out whatsoever and I found the Fender character obnoxious, but if nothing else is on TV but this, it's serviceable in that respect. Otherwise, it's a decent affair but not a must-see.

Boogie B (es) wrote: The movie is honestly really bad. However, it is one of those films in the category of so bad it is good. I know this is not good filmmaking. But I did find myself laughing, and somehow invested.