Three buddies set out on a relaxing weekend of drinking and target practice, when a sergeant mistakes them for Army Reservists. Subsequently air-dropped over Mexico due to pilot error, the clueless, wannabe war heroes become convinced that they're actually in the Middle East and set out to save a rural village from what they assume to be an insurgent uprising. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Three bumbling Army reservists are hustled onto a plane headed for combat in Iraq -- but the fact that the plane drops them in Mexico doesn't stop them from "liberating" what they believe to be the Middle East.
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peter g (us) wrote: While the film lacks in depth and originality, it still delivers with heart and some fine acting by Burstyn and Harden. Toby Regbo brings depth and soul to his character and carries this film. Hope this young man will find future roles suited to his potential.
John C (fr) wrote: An over-wrought, partially staged, Spinal Tap-esque sap story about never-was' trying desperately to become has-beens, "Anvil!..." has a heart but it also has embarrassing levels of cloying sentimentality that makes it even harder to watch.
Matt D (ag) wrote: A rip off version of the Bourne films....just not as good!
Mikaela C (jp) wrote: Corbin blue... do you need another reason :)
Hunter W (us) wrote: The Coen Brothers accomplish an impressive feat with one of the most intense and visceral films of the last decade. Featuring minimal dialogue, a foreboding tone, and one of the best villains potrayed in recent memory (Javier Bardem). No Country for Old Men is simply unique, and that is hard to come by in the Western Genre.
Leonardo Malacay S (kr) wrote: Una peli bien echa. visualmente es buena pero sin dudas lo mejor es la historia el descubrir tradiciones, amores y rencores tres personajes que veran influenciadas sus vidas por un cuarto personaje que no vemos por que ha muerto es una peli madura, seria, conmovedora y hermosa
Phil G (it) wrote: Although I must agree with all the critics here, this movie, like all Steven Seagal movies, has all the ingredients needed to make a Steven Seagal movie! Not many actors have a movie category named with their own name!
Jesse M (gb) wrote: An insightful look into the study of an amazing gorilla named Koko. Koko is an absolute star, who after years in the care of Penny Patterson has become truly immersed in the skill of sign language. Koko's range of emotion is humbling and awe-inspiring. Yes, ethical questions are raised. It's a bit of a dilemma when we see all that this beautiful creature is capable of and at the same time recognize this may not be Koko's intended environment. The fact that man butchers these beautiful beings and has them on the brink of extinction in the wild is shameful to say the least. "Koko: A Talking Gorilla" will open eyes, hearts, and minds alike. Thank you Koko, I am humbled.
Seth F (ag) wrote: Wow. This film had a powerful emotional impact on me. If you get sucked into it you'll most likely forget that you're watching a psuedo-documentary. Goes well with "Winter Soldier".
Elyse E (ca) wrote: I wasn't a fan of the plot, but it has to be one of the most visually beautiful films i've ever seen.
Edgar C (kr) wrote: Kalatozov constructs an opera of striking visuals, cinematic wonders and groundbreaking technical qualities, featuring the most magnificent camera work on celluloid. The spirit of revolution and rebellion is vivid and alive throughout, but the superb poetry displayed in every frame accentuates more the meaning of true cinema construction rather than the intoxicating Communist propaganda that the Soviet Union wanted to spread in the 60s through the Cuban ideals and their great strength of will to die for an ideal (which, in my honest opinion, was bigger than themselves). 100/100
Russ B (au) wrote: 3/30/2017: An excellent action film with a great cast.
Vince J (br) wrote: This is the ultimate bike movie. If you ride,you have to see this movie!!
Jack G (it) wrote: Without its actors and its director it wouldn't be anywhere near as enjoyable as it is, but its dated-80's-ness gets in the way at times (David Byrne even did the music!) It's a clumsy screwball farce that has too many laughs to be ignored.