In the thick of WWII, the 1st Special Service Force unit is called to duty on a secret rescue mission. Challenged by Nazis at every turn, our band of heroes bunker in a bombed out city and race against time to relay a message that is crucial to the Allies invasion of Sicily. Cornered and caught between a rock and a hard place, they only have one option: fire more bullets!
- Stars:Scott Martin, Clint Glenn Hummel, Tony Pauletto, Brandon Kyle Davis, Johnny Kios, Riley Litman, Dennis LaValle, Alberto Frezza, Stephanie Beran, Sarmarie Klein, Andreas Lyon, Derron Ross, Daniel Riordan, Rod Halmshaw, Adam Karell,
- Director:Scott Martin,
- Writer:Scott Martin
An elite fighting unit was formed for a desperate mission. Cornered and caught the only way out was to aim, fire and stay alive. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Battle Force torrent reviews
(gb) wrote: Mee-Shee is a decent film. The great part about this movie is it opens the minds of people again about lochness, nessie, and champ and the probability that perhaps there is a creature out there while adding some efforts and hints to protect not neccesarily "sea monsters" but all aquatic animals that may be on the verge of extinction. The actors are not magnificent but there not too bad either. The little boy and girl probably could of done better, but they were okay for there ages. The film takes the legend of a sea monster to the extreme and goes a little to far at times, but it's a nice movie for kids to watch. My nephew really enjoyed it and that was enough for me too.
(ca) wrote: A good character for Snoop Dogg to play but the plot could of played out better
(br) wrote: seltsam, enigmatisch, halluzinatorisch. nicht in worte zu fassen, nicht mehr loslassend, und wohl kurosawas meisterwerk.
(br) wrote: I want to see this but I'm not sure how to find it!?
(gb) wrote: Rio Lobo is one of John Wayne's worst films but it is not because of him. It is because of bad direction from Howard Hawks even I liked his other movies. John Wayne did what he could with a script. The script is not that well written. I thought that the movie was boring. I would not recommend this motion picture.
(au) wrote: When I saw the premise for Crank and saw Jason Statham as the star I had some expectation that this would be a really fun movie. Well it's not all that really. Crank is about a guy who is injected with poison that slows him down and he has to keep his adrenaline going or else he will die. This had the potential to be a really good movie actually but this movie is far from really good. This movie starts off strong with a fun 35 minutes or so of him trying to figure out how to handle his condition and led to some good action scenes. The action scenes in general were a lot of fun actually, Statham was a pretty good hero in this movie (who caused all the action). The positives to this movie were the action scenes and Statham was pretty good but now to get on to my problems. To start, if this movie had more background in the beginning and got more character background this movie would be so much better. I couldn't feel for Chev as a character because I only knew he was a hit man and that's all the background really. Secondly some of the effects were pretty bad, the scene where the two fall out of a helicopter is ridiculously bad and not to mention impossible. Nobody bounces off of a car and then blinks through bloody eyes. There were also a ton of names to remember that got really confusing at times and some character names were only mentioned once and made it even worse. I know that this kind of movie is made for over the top action but some scenes like the falling scene were too bad to ignore. When he was falling from the helicopter and was able to call on his phone that was ridiculous. Maybe I'm giving this film too much hate but I was hoping this would be a better made movie with better backstory and maybe a bit longer. Crank had a lot of potential to be an awesome movie and it was fun at times but it just ended up being mediocre. C
(es) wrote: Best movie of the year.
(mx) wrote: Imagine Werner Herzog directing a Coen brothers' screenplay with David Lynch on editing and sound design. This movie is kinda like that. A Japanese office lady stumbles on a VHS copy of Fargo, and thinks that there is an actual briefcase of cash buried in the snow, so much so that she goes on a journey to Minnesota to find it. Hilarious premise with great execution, and it is hard not to relate to her constant frustration with how her peers, society, and strangers expect her to conduct her life. Of note here is her taking literally the introductory frame of Fargo that states "This is a True Story". The ambiguity in her ability to delineate dramatized history from true reality is indicative of the modern movie experience (and Kumiko's mental illness). There have been so many movies this year (and many on this list) that purport themselves to be based on true events. Let's be honest here, any film that has humans in a mundane setting under non-fantastical circumstances is "inspired/based on true events". I thought the fun part about movies is that they are an escape from our unremarkable, linear experience and perspective. But if a piece of fiction is just too out there to suspend one's disbelief, I suppose it is best to put up a disclaimer that lets people know it is "kind of real".
(es) wrote: The pacing isn't perfect, the end is horrible, but the action sequences are beautifully choreographed with just the right amount of blood. and over all the photography is some of the best you'll see in a 90's action film.
(fr) wrote: Very good. Could have come across preachy but was very well done.
(fr) wrote: meh....funny but certainly wouldn't watch it again..
(mx) wrote: This movie was funny and it stayed like that until the end. The animals were just to cute to see, and Kevin James was just as funny a very good comedy that a kid and an adult can enjoy. As this being a solid family movie and sometimes is cheesy but delivers the goods after, I give "Zookeeper" a B-.
(kr) wrote: The root of all evil (modern American humor).