American troops storm ashore on a Japanese-held island and push inland while their enemies plan a counterattack in this look at warfare. Soldiers on both sides are haunted by memories of home and the horrifying, sickening images they find in combat.
- Stars:Cornel Wilde, Rip Torn, Burr DeBenning, Patrick Wolfe, Jean Wallace, Jaime Sánchez, Dale Ishimoto, Genki Koyama, Gene Blakely, Michael Parsons, Norman Pak, Dewey Stringer, Fred Galang, Hiroshi Kiyama, Michio Hazama,
- Director:Cornel Wilde,
- Writer:Clint Johnston (screenplay), Don Peters (screenplay), Cornel Wilde (screenplay), Peter Bowman (novel)
As a US marine unit fight against the defenders of a Japanese held island, both sides are haunted by their own thoughts and memories. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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(de) wrote: In short: Leap!" doesn't have a good story to tell and that's a shame.This feature is bogged down by characters, entire scenes and dozens of elements that leave one asking "WHY?" They do nothing to further the story of two French orphans with American accents chasing dreams that are given little foundation and silly fulfillment. Flat and uninteresting villains, too much goofing around and "WHOA!" pratfalls.
(br) wrote: Cliched it is, but quite a decent Indie with some catchy lines.
(gb) wrote: Good acting. Could have been better---pace of the film was a little slow, but all in all a movie worth watching.
(jp) wrote: Although the Greek interludes are annoying and the cinematography doesn't quite dazzle as much as it does in some of Allen's films, there's enough pathos and hilarity in Mighty Aphrodite to make it more than a worthwhile watch. Still a million times better than anyone else.
(kr) wrote: There's two versions of this movie There was the Mirmax Version 2 starsit has fantastic animation and Vincent Price was good but the songs and the voice actors are bland and forgetableThe Recobbled cut version was way better 4 stars it was better than the mirmax version because it had no songs no annoying monologues from the main characters but the way how the animation tells the story, Shocking-ly Sean Connery is the voice of the main guy :o (he only had one line)Mirmax version D-The Recobbled cut A-
(nl) wrote: Has some pretty scary moments. I think it was a pretty entertaining horror film.
(it) wrote: In 1878 a band of Cheyenne, tired of the conditions that they were enduring, broke the reservation and started north to their native homelands in Wyoming. They were led by their three chiefs played by Victor Jory, Ricardo Montalban, and Gilbert Roland. Jory dies along the way. The army goes after them and Captain Richard Widmark takes command after Major George O'Brien is killed. Widmark has another reason for pursuit. It seems as though school teacher Carroll Baker is with the fleeing Cheyenne. Baker gives poignancy to her portrayal of a young Quaker woman, who considers it her Christian duty to look after the orphan children of the Cheyenne. Richard Widmark and Edward G. Robinson enact Americans with a conscience, none too happy with the assignments required by their government and reluctantly lead his troops in pursuit of the tribe. Envision a journey on foot against hostile terrain and enemy soldiers, and this will make anyone appreciate just what these people did to maintain their honor and freedom. However the story is bizarrely interrupted by a lengthy James Stewart and Arthur Kennedy as Wyatt Earp and and Doc Holliday scene in the middle of the film that is not remotely connected to the main theme and left me just a little confused.
(au) wrote: It's not that funny, the jokes are tired and overall it's a boring movie.
(es) wrote: Whale Rider is a film of beauty and emotion that really works well visually wise
(kr) wrote: Lots of fun. The more serious tone in the second half works better with Dowse's editing rhythms, but it's pretty funny when it's trying to be, so that's good. Music is pretty dope too.
(au) wrote: Most pointless film ever made, biggest waste of time.