Biloxi Blues

Biloxi Blues

During the Second World War, Eugene enlists in the US Army during the last year of the War and is sent to basic training in Biloxi Mississippi. There he must live with a variety of fellow soldiers while enduring the whims of a mentally unstable drill sergeant.

A group of young recruits go through boot camp during the Second World War in Biloxi Mississippi. From the play by Neil Simon. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Biloxi Blues torrent reviews

Holly F (mx) wrote: A recycled plot that lacks anything in the way of horror or suspense! A tedious film with a only a couple grusome parts to carry it to the end.21/7/2012

Geoff I (ag) wrote: horrid henry the movie

Joseph L (de) wrote: The Ghost rider looks is better than the one in the first movie, but in just about every other aspects, this movie manages to become even worse in quality, while tainting ghost rider's reputation even further.

Bernard N (kr) wrote: A late late review. One of my Johnny To favorites. Many stories intertwined and related, a surreal mystery in the air and something about the streets of HK, draws me into the lives of PTU.

Max K (fr) wrote: One of the most touching movies ever - Susan Sarandon and Julia Roberts at their best x

Private U (it) wrote: This film actually had me stop doing whatever I was doing and sit and watch it (doesn't normally happen with films being shown at 2am) - excellent.

Charlie M (ca) wrote: A die hard Knicks fan becomes head coach in this familiar and cliche comedy that ultimately wastes the talents of its lead star, Whoopi Goldberg.

Stefan G (kr) wrote: Without a doubt, this film is one of the most scintillating, cynical and darkly subversive films I've seen in quite a while. In an era responsible for churning out shallow, mindless teen flicks, this film tore the typical teen movie inside out. The film started out with the main character surrounded by "friends" who are completely shallow, and then she develops a conscience and decides she can't stand the people she had been with, and then she meets a guy who takes her through a path of murder and manipulation that turns out to be no different from the path she previously walked. The film's narrative highlights not only the cruelty of teenage life, but also the conniving opportunism of the adults who manipulate young people and make their lives suck to begin with. In a sense, the film's core message is that suicide is not an option, although nobody in the film actually kills themselves. However you saw the film, the narrative was so well-written that, by the end, you'll be glad you followed the story. The characters were played very well, to the point that there's depth even in the most unlikable of characters, and Christian Slater's brilliant performance as a pretentious psychopath was simply brilliant. However, the most interesting character was Winona Ryder's character, and it's not because she's the main character. To me, she's the last free spirit in this film's high school setting. She represents those who have been disenfranchised by a culture that teaches young people to be obsessed by popularity, vanity, and meaningless sex. Even though it was made it the 80's, I still think that it has some relevance today, if mainly because I feel that nothing about teen life has changed since 1988. Armed to the hilt with young talent and razor sharp wit, this is the kind of film that others of its type could only pretend to be.

Matt S (ag) wrote: In MY opinion, its the MOST under-rated high school movie of ALL-TIME. I fell in love with it the 1ST time I saw it. Its incredibly funny (Billy Jacoby steals nearly EVERY scene) & its touching. Has an amazing soundtrack & feel to it too :)

Rachael H (au) wrote: I didn't find it long enough to engage with Saya and her story is only briefly told (the central part being played by the woman with the glasses) It didn't feel like HER story and i wonder how the longer, Live action version differs because the idea was good.

Kirk B (ca) wrote: It is OK, not as good as some of the series though. The story was still fun though.