Buffalo Soldiers

Buffalo Soldiers

Set just before the fall of the Berlin Wall in 1989, Sgt. Ray Elwood is an American soldier stationed at a German army camp. A soldier because a judge gave him a choice between the army and jail, Ray spends much of his free time cooking cocaine for the MPs. When a soldier dies and a toxicology screen shows an alarming level of illegal narcotics, someone is sent in to investigate.

A criminal subculture operates among U.S. soldiers stationed in West Germany just before the fall of the Berlin wall. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Buffalo Soldiers torrent reviews

Ed T (ru) wrote: A heart-warming film about family, culture; the struggles and bittersweet moments within a family. Nice cast, flowing script and that nice touch of Puerto Rican culture. Salud !

Cale L (ca) wrote: A great movie with great laughs

Rafa H (jp) wrote: HE IS FIGHTING FOR A LOVE

Dimitris S (ag) wrote: For sake of comparison to the Black Book and only,Soldier of Orange is one of the primary illusions of the WWII aristocratic prosperity,a feast of irony and nostalgia amongst the company of friends in the beginning,dementia and agony in the end.Krabbe's performance crushes Pianists and juvenile Readers.Placed in 1977 greatest films.

Maisam M (de) wrote: UGH!!!! good beginning... rubbish most of this movie..

Veniea T (mx) wrote: All CLASSICS are GOOD

Allan C (ca) wrote: Routine John Wayne western about The Duke as a cavalry scout who helps a single mother and son living on their own in the midsts of an Apashe uprising. Like a lot of cavalry westerns, the depiction of Native Americans is pretty offensive and one sided. If you can get past that, there are a some positives to the film, mainly a nice relationship that slowly developed between Wayne and the single mother, Geraldine Page i her film debut (who was reportedly horrified by the conservative political views of co-stars Wayne, Ward Bond, James Arness and director John Farrow). There's also some enjoyable scenes where Wayne teaches the boy to "be a man." John Ford reportedly did uncredited director work on the film's final battle scenes, which is good, although most of the film's action is quite good. Originally filmed in 3-D, the film does feature quite a few silly moments of spears, horses, dirt , wagons and actors lunging at the camera, but it's not as bad watching it in 2-D as some 3-D films. Overall, the Shane-like short between Wayne, Page and her son (based on a Louis L'Amour novel) is enough to overcome the offensive and routine cavalry portion of the picture. And look fast for Leonard Nimoy as an Apache on the left side of the screen just prior to Wayne killing the latest chief.

Corey S (nl) wrote: This film is soooo good love denzel such a good actor carries this movie to greatness the technology is also awesome the Snow White system especially thanks tony Scott love u alwaysHonestly have to see this it is so great and super underrated

LYNN H (fr) wrote: a hillarious take on the zombie genre. then again its damn near impossible for a movie with john c. reilly, cheryl david, paul reisser, molly shannon and aubrey plaza as a soft jazz loving zombie. Lots of fun. "all I ever wanted to do was shoot people" Best zombie movie since pontypool