Dad's Army

Dad's Army

A cinema remake of the classic sitcom Dad's Army (1968). The Walmington-on-Sea Home Guard platoon deal with a visiting female journalist and a German spy as World War II draws to its conclusion.

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Bill T (ag) wrote: Not a bad movie here, though you can't help but compare it with Badlands of course. Brent Lucio is no Martin Sheen and Shannon Lucio isn't Sissy Spacek, but both of them, especially Lucio, do a pretty good job. Too bad I can't say the same about the actors playing the cops, who seem to have based their porttrayal from the cops in the Dukes of Hazzard. Director Wener handles it all pretty good, though it does get a little repetitious for a while. The best thing about this one is the cinematography, also by the director. An interesting movie, though definitely not one to rush out and see.

Jerrod O (es) wrote: Hilarious! Pure comedic genius! Classic, GOAT comedies.

Mary H (ru) wrote: My mom made me watch this, and it was actually good. Thanks mom.

Private U (ru) wrote: Can't really remember what it's about, only that I love watching the songs, and of course, Aamir strut around

Tracy F (br) wrote: Awesome movie. Freaking intense.

Walter M (ag) wrote: [font=Century Gothic]"Goyokin" starts in 1831 as a clan steals gold from a shipwrecked boat that was intended for the shogunate. In order to cover their trail, they kill everybody in a nearby fishing village. Unbeknowst to them, there is an eyewitness(Ruriko Asaoka). Magobei Wakizaka(Tatsuya Nakadai), a high ranking samurai, is so disgusted at what he sees that he leaves his old life behind, including his wife Shino(Yoko Tsukasa) and her brother Rokugo Tatewaki(Tetsuro Tamba). Three years later, Magobei has hit rock bottom, working at a carnival where assassins try to kill him.[/font][font=Century Gothic][/font] [font=Century Gothic]"Goyokin" is an atmospheric samurai film with great set pieces, set at the end of an era.(To mark this, there is a brief display of firearms.) In trying to desperately stave off the inevitable, the clan is doing the unthinkable by resorting to theft and murder. So, the ends never justify the means, right?[/font]

Jen M (ru) wrote: Why do people even like this dumb Murphy movie? Ages 14+