Breaking the Sound Barrier

Breaking the Sound Barrier

Fictionalized story of British aerospace engineers solving the problem of supersonic flight.

Tony successful fighter pilot during World War II marries into the family of a wealthy oil magnate who also designs airplanes. The movie traces the company's attempt to break the sound barrier, as well as tensions between father and daughter. Lots of footage of early 50s jet aviation in Great Britain as well as shots of the Comet airliner, world's first jet passenger plane. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Nicole F (nl) wrote: Ok so this movie is horrendous! However it's probably the best they could have had with Pudsey. It was very disappointing that Ashleigh wasn't featured within the film, however this is understandable as she is currently training another dog. Also the fact the film wasn't set where Pusaey actually lives in Wellingborough was disappointing. Overall this film is awful but would please the children on a rainy day in the holidays/weekend, not a total crowd pleaser

Hugo G (fr) wrote: This was a pretty surprisingly good little movie. It's one of the few found footage movies that is actually good and that works pretty well, using its concept in a very smart way. Therefore, I was extremely surprised at how suspenseful and intense the movie was and even scary as the whole tension builded up. The performances were also really good and on point with the story and credibility. The only negative thing about the movie would be that maybe the ending felt a little predictable as to what would happen to the characters, but aside from the actual ending which was pretty intriguing and confusing which kind of left me more fascinated with the whole story and origins, and also extremely lost. But overall, it was a great intense horror movie that felt very innovative and creepy to the maximum. ~October 11, 2014~

Mike M (br) wrote: Regional rather than national, doing its best to conjure up an entire scene with maybe three dozen extras, it's an inherently modest proposition, and - at barely 75 minutes - perhaps more soundtrack than movie at that: again, you may start to wish British filmmakers would take the time to develop their ideas properly, rather than rushing to film whatever they can before the money runs out. Still, whether cueing Gloria Jones's monumental original "Tainted Love" or The Tams' "Be Young, Be Foolish, and Be Happy", Marcus - like his Rolling Stone namesake Greil - at least understands the power of music to encapsulate a mood or a moment. During one of his more clueless interludes, young Joe happens to let slip to his boss that the Tom Jones LP he's given away "was just a record". The boss's response is immediate: "Records say things" - and "SoulBoy" is content to let its songs do most of its talking.

Graham C (kr) wrote: A Saturday night filler

Delora B (es) wrote: i love watchin this movie. True story...hell yeah! Love the way it has been directed and the music. It KICKS ASS!!

James L (br) wrote: A misunderstood gem, True horror fans for this specific genre will absolutely love the style and art that this film produces. Another Amazing Rob Zombie movie to stay as the best in my book.

Siddharth K (au) wrote: pretty confusing.. but the basic premise is really good..

Bill T (it) wrote: Really horrible version of Black Beauty here. I mean, the story is there, but it gets blown away by the third grade Japanese Animation and the truly HORRID songs. No no, do not approach this under any circumstances.

Rajiv P (fr) wrote: Linda Fiorentino plays a great vamp

Patrick M (nl) wrote: Though it's entertaining in that old-fashioned fantasy sense, this just isn't a good movie. The special effects suck and I'm sure a decent amount of them actually sucked at the time this was made. The acting is bad, the costumes are straight from the local Renaissance Fair. Though I must admit the last act was pretty cool.

Richard L (mx) wrote: A well-made yet at times too theatrical and stereotypical tale of neverending everyday psychological pain (as if there weren't enough in the modern world, somebody felt compelled to write one into an overly artistic movie) and of the lead character's nakedness.

Kyle F (de) wrote: One of the best films ever made and one of the best war movies

Cookie b (au) wrote: This is why I adore Italian comedies!