Lt. Franta Slama is a top pilot in the Czech Air Force who is assigned to train a promising young flier, Karel Vojtisek, and they soon become friends. When Nazi Germany invades Czechoslovakia in 1939, they both reject the authority of their new leaders and escape to England where they join other Czech exiles in the RAF. While flying a mission over England, Karel crash lands and happens upon the farmhouse of Susan, a young woman whose husband is in the Navy. Karel soon falls head over heels for Susan but, while they enjoy a brief fling, in time Susan decides she prefers the company of the older and more worldly Franta. As Franta and Karel struggle to maintain their friendship despite their romantic rivalry.
Joshua B (de) wrote: A wonderfully clever premise, eerie ambiance, and decent cinematography kept me glued to my seat and the less-than par acting, tolerable. It is disappointing to see so many blow this off as trash when it is in fact, a quality film. Whether the story-line itself blew over your head or you reached your limit with the actor's performance, I recommend you revisit 'Death of a Ghost Hunter' with an open mind.
Brent D (ru) wrote: Custom built for girls twelve and under. There's a few laughs and the scenery is great, but everything is pretty predictable.
Adrian H (ru) wrote: it certainly looks good on dual layer DVD and HDMI. Pity it's about as original as a Season 1 Twilight Zone episode.
Josh T (fr) wrote: oh I want to see this still
Daryl T (kr) wrote: A bad version of "Vacation" with one of Robin Williams' worst performances.
Jamie C (kr) wrote: Pretty funny comedy, Silly but just what we expect from a Wayans film, Worth a watch.
Hannason L (it) wrote: really long, but the end made the wait well worth it!
Brad W (de) wrote: Great movie! Classic!
Jordan K (au) wrote: Bulworth is an odd trip. It's incredibly conflicted on whether to be a silly political comedy with the rapping senator gag and whatnot and then it really wants to be a social commentary, using a musical genre to display messages of racial injustice and its social status.Senator Jay Billington Bulworth is running for Senatorial reelection but the same old song and dance has him desiring death, plotting for a hitman to kill him. He eventually finds himself living life to the fullest (in a way), taking on rapping in his speeches and becoming one in the African-American community, falling for a young activist who is secretly plotting to kill him herself.Bulworth is a fun but forgettable ride. Like I mentioned before, it's really split on its main message that the high position Senator is rapping and doing all sorts of silly stuff and then it's somewhat used as a message for racial injustice, this is really noticable in an interview scene where Bulworth raps to a reporter about some lower class issues his peers brought up with him. Politically, it's respectable but a little absurd. Beatty is great as Bulworth but as a director he's iffy. Bulworth also has trouble deciding on who to appeal to, it forgets it's still a political comedy at points. There's nothing super memorable about it, it's an odd trip while it lasted.
Andrew L (fr) wrote: "Spawn" is from Hell and may need to go back, permanently. Some of the special/practical effects are really cool and are diffidently one of the highlights, but quite of few of them are very outdated. Leguizamo's character and overacting can be entertaining but the rest of the actor are either trying way too hard or not hard enough. And the story, good luck trying to follow it.
Lanky Man P (ca) wrote: An immediate comedy classic. Mike Judge can't fail.
Laken B (it) wrote: A pretty good western with an interesting take on the gunfight at the OK Corral, and more importantly what happens afterwards.
Michael T (es) wrote: Fun Mario Bava thriller owes more than a little to Roger Corman's Poe films.
Peter P (fr) wrote: There is a spanish style villain in the cartoon The Tick named El Seed, who has a big flower to his head and is always trying to liberate the plants. I start with that because I never really got the joke until I watched this Charlton Heston movie. So, onto the movie review. El Cid is a great sweeping epic that has some great action scenes, an awesome performance from Heston and Sophia Loren looking absolutely beautiful. My only really criticism is that it is just too long, but other then that I don't think Heston has ever looked as bad @$$ as he does in the second part of El Cid. Now, I am off to watch The Tick again so I can appreciate their film educational humor.
Mithil B (es) wrote: Greatest Random film ever created...
Panagiotis G (de) wrote: I understand that this is an independent film not funded by a big production company but the outcome is a filthy mess. Terrible acting, terrible dialogue and offending effects! Even the blood looks fake which should definetely look realistic and exciting because it's a ZOMBIE movie. Has some minimum...smiles (i won't call them laughs, because you could't laugh with this thing, even if you hadn't seen films like The Shaun of the Dead, Zombieland etc.).
Dion D (de) wrote: Great fun if you can tune into the tongue-in-cheek writing.
Chynna Raye P (gb) wrote: The entire film could have existed with the first love story and ended with Gertrude traveling to live in the love she lost. The story's purpose lost its path and felt like an endless walk in the desert. At the start of the film, Gertrude is defined by her intelligence and stubbornness to simply not settle for anything in life. Once in a foreign land she lost that in her curiosity and love for Henry, who truly seemed to be her equal. Once he was lost, the men only treated her as an equal to fall in love with her and she let them. It flawed her character.The use of time throughout the film was not consistent and the audience was left to create a randomly paced timeline in their head only to be thrown off by the confusing use of both months and dates leaving an unrealistic sense of time. The film does not end back at its flashback of a start to complete the story's circle in order to explain the importance of her journey. Instead Gertrude, in a very classic fashion, rides off into the sunset as the title of the film finally is explained.