Based on a true story, during World War II, four Jewish brothers escape their Nazi-occupied homeland of West Belarus in Poland and join the Soviet partisans to combat the Nazis. The brothers begin the rescue of roughly 1,200 Jews still trapped in the ghettos of Poland.

Defiance centers on Tuvia Bielski, an ordinary citizen turned hero who turned a group of war refugees into powerful freedom fighters. Tuvia, along with his unyielding brother, Zus, motivate hundreds of civilians to join their ranks against the Nazi regime. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Defiance torrent reviews

Julian O (es) wrote: Really Really Great for design nerds, but probably not for anyone else

Joshua F (kr) wrote: I couldn't even finish the film. Once I got to the Howl scene, I couldn't take it any more, it was that painful.

Rami S (jp) wrote: An incredible story--with great special effects--about a Lebanese boy who immigrates to Sweden after he loses his family.

Carlos M (it) wrote: Casual as a coffee break and with Jarmusch's delicious offbeat humor, this unpretentious collection of vignettes in black and white is curiously entertaining and sometimes even hilarious, flowing by from one chat to another as its celebs savor their java and smoke.

Tim J (ag) wrote: If you get chance - see this movie - It'll be hard to find in the States, but you'll be amazed. A coked out mother, brilliant but way on the skids , is being buoyed by her 10 year old, and the support of some friends and neighbors, who all have their own problems. The men in the film are hopeless and ridiculous. The women are , well, "kept and dreamless", but not beyond hope. It really is a Marxist/Feminist film where class and history inform the situations. And most incredibly , it is a comedy really. Even in the most desperate states the director finds the absurd angle, which gives rise to the hope and sustenance of the film. It is also shot in great pop colors, particularly shades of green and pink (reflecting the earth and women ?) Finally the performances are as good as anything you'll see. The little girl,Lucia Snieg, is really really unbelievable. Where do these little actresses come from?! She's not even in the credits listed here, and she ought to be rich and famous!! Vera Fogwill as the mother is so real, so touching with the little girl, it grounds every scene. The bonding between all the women is heartening. The movie gives no easy answers, but in it's critique of gender, class, and Argentinian society, it manages to balance hope, laughs, and inspiration.

MEC r (it) wrote: This movie had potential, but fell through the cracks. To bad.

Adam R (au) wrote: (First viewing - In my early twenties)

Jason O (ag) wrote: "Shipwrecked" is a pretty good movie. A young boy sets on a journey to become a sailor. He makes the team, but everything changes when the captain dies and some British Navy sailors take over. The boy finds a female stowaway and everything changes from that point on. Eventually, a storm rises at sea and the boy ends up on an uninhabited island. He soon finds some treasure and finds out that the British Navy sailor in charge is a pirate. Therefore, he must find a way off the island and find his friends before it's too late. "Shipwrecked" is a cool movie. At times it has some suspense and it'll keep you interested throughout the whole movie. If you like adventure movies, I'd recommend getting "Shipwrecked." NOTE: That was my Amazon review from the year 2000.

Brad S (gb) wrote: One of those movies from my childhood that I just feel the need to watch every once in a while. It's silly but makes me laugh. Just learned today that one of the supporting actors is Bill Murray's brother. Give it a shot, features a young John Cusack and Demi Moore.

Andrew B (ca) wrote: So stupid but so fun.

Luke M (fr) wrote: Beyond all definitions of crude, its hard to stop cringing long enough to laugh. But that's never a risk of happening either.

Jon C (mx) wrote: A final fascinating monologue in this video collage of Spalding telling the life story of Spalding, told the way that only he could.