Away All Boats

Away All Boats

The story of USS 'Belinda', a U.S. naval ship, and its crew during the battle of the Pacific 1943-1945, as it prepares for action and landing troops on enemy beachheads.

The story of a U.S. naval ship and its crew in the Pacific, 1943-1945. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Frecissimo S (it) wrote: U GONNA LOVE THIS...

Tawsif R (it) wrote: B- r u kidding.....it was barely C+...........well 13 ppl rated on yahoo, so it make sense..........totally bullshit!!!!!!!!!

Christopher Z (us) wrote: Kind of like an Australian version of a Coen Brothers film. It is depressing, but it constantly holds your attention.

Stewart W (ca) wrote: Lurid, pulpy and short of ideas in the final third.

Frances H (jp) wrote: When you tell a story in a movie that is just "based on a true story," how accurate the script is really doesn't matter. It's a movie. They are not known for historical accuracy. But the point is that this is a good movie. Although the critics, as usual, didn't like it, I did. The cinematography was wonderful and the story and acting good. In my opinion, this was a much better film than Sideways, which garnered so much praise.For one thing, it was actually about wine and vineyards. For another, I really liked the characters and story, especially the underdog-come-from-behind-to-win theme. It is definitely worth a watch.

Shanee S (jp) wrote: very funny..........

EM V (kr) wrote: this movie sucks.i love chris pine. but not in this movie! pft :|

Stuart M (fr) wrote: An amusing farce with relatively little plot beyond getting to sneak a glimpse of the Beatles, either in their hotel room or live on the Ed Sullivan Show. The characters promptly split in four and engage it typically outrageous antics to get in. It's harmless fun and not too deep.

Matthew S (kr) wrote: George Roy Hill's 1977 comedy about an aging hockey player and his minor league team remains just as rude, crude and inappropriately funny as it must have been at the time of it's release. Paul Newman is outstanding, but it is Nancy Dowd's script and Hill's adaptation of it that makes it shine. The humor here often verges on sophomoric, but the insights are fairly potent. Great film.

Matt G (mx) wrote: I knocked off one and a half stars for affected dialog (although some might prefer the Jack Webb/noir school of acting) and a slow first hour, but this film does a nice job of exploring the more cynical aspects of what love and marriage are truly all about in a meaningful and important way. This one _is_ for the faint of heart.

Jordan J (kr) wrote: This was an ok movie. This movie was a lot better than the other Halloween sequels. The suspense wasn't really great to me. The suspense was great at the end of the movie. The theme wasn't as good as the original. Most of the horror that was used in other movies was just recycled. B-

Eric J (it) wrote: Enjoyed the action of it a lot more than the acting, good film.

Knux E (ag) wrote: One of my absolute favorite movies. Definitely deserves a spot in the Halloween classics section despite it's flaws.

Paul B (nl) wrote: Fantastic underrated western.