Starting in late May 1944, during the German retreat on the Eastern Front, Captain Stransky (Helmut Griem) orders Sergeant Steiner (Richard Burton) to blow up a railway tunnel to prevent Russian forces from using it. Steiner's platoon fails in its mission by coming up against a Russian tank. Steiner then takes a furlough to Paris just as the Allies launch their invasion of Normandy.

German sergeant gets involved in anti-Hitler conspiracy, and saves the life of an American colonel. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Juls XD H (it) wrote: the movie beggin i little slowly but in the middle become a great movie and without any dude the apes give a spectacular quality

Omar L (au) wrote: Surprisingly good...

Matthew H (br) wrote: Enjoyable. Keeps your attention and intrigue.

Emod L (nl) wrote: 30%Boring and unfocused, I Am Number Four suffers from illogical plotting and uneven pacing.VARITABLE: 45%

Harley Q (us) wrote: What an exhausting movie. Only because you stuff up your movie with 90s action-movie-stereotypes like a thanksgiving turkey it doesn't mean it's gonna be a good movie. Just because you're too lazy to tell everyone's backround story in an appealing way it's not a good idea to -swoosh swoosh- caption every person of this movie. It means you should have made clear changes of the script. And while at it, the super flat dialogues should have been just crossed out, too. The really really only good positive thing: Janet McTeer.

Becs D (ag) wrote: The story itself is of course a worthy tale to tell, it tried to be less Hollywood, but was still Hollywood, still very watchable

Daniel C (fr) wrote: charming little story--bebe neuwirth always rocks

Joel K (fr) wrote: Kurosawa makes beautiful pictures.

Jason H (kr) wrote: WAIT. WHAT??? 89%???? Critic's consensus is wayyy too kind.This movie is DRIPPING with "Writer's Convenience." Ruined by it.Barely a single realistic moment in the entire film- only those created w/in the brilliantly-acted relationship between Chastain & Isaac.But conflicts pop up as quickly and easily as they are effortlessly resolved, by obviously crafted plot devices that are so blatantly designed to manipulate the audience's emotions and then completely kiss their ass, as to be embarrassing to have felt any suspense over.All of the brilliantly-directed & brilliantly-shot tension that holds a chord throughout every scene ALWAYS fell flat on its face and dissolves into much ado about nothing.Dangers dissolve quickly, all challenges have convenient solutions which amount to nothing but "our hero's good luck," and every build-up is time and time again proven to be nothing worth the worry.Embarrassing, junior-high level writing, & completely unrealistic. No sacrifices, no crucible, and hardly a scar worth noting.Our hero glides through every challenge unskinned, despite the constant threat it could all fall apart.But to solve his problems, he *barely has to compromise himself, *barely has to make any hard decisions, or bite any bullets, and the criminal world he's trying to ward off never amounts to any meaningful threat whatsoever, and never takes a bite out of his soul, so his dreams never cost him a price.The only weight he's left to carry on his conscience is an extremely minor one, almost negligible and irrelevant to him.There are no lessons here we didn't already know by age 15. This movie reveals exactly nothing insightful about the human experience, and you'll get far, far more from even the worst season of 24.Whomever reviewed this so highly is a basic-ass sophomore who knows jack shit about drama or insight.I feel mislead & I want my time back. Zero thoughts provoked. Assholes.But the acting, directing, & cinematography is truly fantastic.

Jonathan B (es) wrote: This movie was interesting on one level and one level only - to point towards philosophical questions which are raised within the very existential nature of humanity's being. This movie fails though on its conceptual message - the professor is brilliant, and the students in the class fail in their very actions to recognize that. In short, this movie prevails as the clear dominating ideal of what not to do, and by suggesting otherwise brings down every relating perception which the movie pushes as actualizing promise. This movie would be better redone, with a new presenting image and message - that philosophy guides and shapes future actions by its tantalizing concepts, even if those very thoughts are what make humanity suffer to succeed.

Conner R (mx) wrote: Not particularly amazing stories on their own, but together they make for a really cool tv movie. The whole style is just so incredibly 90s, what with the crazy music and odd design. John Carpenter's segments were the best, but Tobe Hooper's was pretty interesting as well (Mark Hamill with mustache). I kind've wish the movie was just about the hilarious zombie mortician who totally stole the show, which was incidentally played by John Carpenter himself.

KARLA E (jp) wrote: He is so cute. I don't remember the story. I think I have it. I don't wanna see it to remember it.

Kade C (ru) wrote: A surprisingly charming movie, with an entertaining story. The characters are arguably the best part, with the script finding the best way to have a human interacting with a rat, both trying to accomplish a common goal.