Flight of the Intruder

Flight of the Intruder

U.S. Navy pilot Lt. Jake Grafton and his bombardier buddy, Lt. Cmdr. Virgil Cole, are two soldiers embedded in the Vietnam War growing frustrated by the military's constraints on their missions. Despite the best efforts of their commanding officer, Cmdr. Frank Camparelli, to re-engage them, this disillusioned pair decide to take the war effort into their own hands with an explosive battle plan that could well get them court-martialed.

In the Vietnam War, a bereaved US Navy A-6 Intruder tactical bomber pilot schemes with a hardened veteran to make an unauthorized air strike on Hanoi itself. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Flight of the Intruder torrent reviews

Tom E (ru) wrote: Apart from an impressive turn from young Tony Oller there's not much to see here.

Joetaeb D (ca) wrote: Crazily violent and uneven, Kevin Smith's Red state tries to power itself through old school thrills and scares, and partly succeeds at it.

Hobie P (us) wrote: Sublime was just so awful. Didn't make any sense and its just plain out boring.

Chris B (ca) wrote: Edward Norton is outstanding in this film. This film will go down as one of the greatest in history because of how powerful the message in this movie is. I have never met someone that did not like this film. Everyone should go and watch because it is truly emmontional and heartbreaking. Also very important that everybody watch this so that everyone can accept other people's opinion and not get called a rasict or a bigot just for supporting a certain presidential candidate. Hate is a viscous cycle and we can not continue to give into it.

Ian T (fr) wrote: How to describe this film? A Mongolian goes into town to buy johnnies.

Andr D (kr) wrote: El debut como director de David Mamet es una magnifica cinta de crimen y estafa con varios giros sorpresivos y un final tan contundente que hay que ver para creer. Un clasico dentro de su genero.

Eric On His Fantasy Quest V (au) wrote: Just as I was looking at the complete list of all the Bruno Ganz movies on his Flixster profile it was no surprise that it was missing this movie title. And with no one having reviewed this yet in addition to the profile missing out the description of plot summary I think I'll make it very specific. Directed by Alain Tanner, In The White City is a haunting, bluesy mood-piece that tells of a disconnected sailor who jumps ship in Lisbon. Paul drifts through the streets of the ghostly "white city" with a movie camera in hand, filming himself and recording his unstructured search for something real. It was at the local bar when his spirit was unleashed by meeting the feisty, beautiful Rosa. I happened to have discovered this movie recently and only saw it 'cause Ganz is my favorite foreign actor at the moment, and when I saw him here he was really good in his acting performance. Beautifully photographed, In The White City is a well made film that, although hard to find, can be recommendable for the foreign film fan. (The dialogue is spoken in Portuguese, French, German, and English with English subtitles at the bottom of the screen.)

Omar S (mx) wrote: Exquisitely crafted, but just not my kind of film.

Stella D (gb) wrote: fun and funny musical with cagney and dick powell. mindblowing busby berkeley numbers in the second half. the last one includes an opium den. also i think joan blondell called claire dodd a bitch :O

Louise B (kr) wrote: An extra star because Hugh Jackman's in it

Brandon S (gb) wrote: Ranks among Van Sant's finest while Penn's performance ranks among the finest of all time.

Lucero C (mx) wrote: One of the most unique films last year!! Love the story line!!

Trent R (de) wrote: Big-budget for noir, this has some nice location shooting and well-coordinated subplots of variable interest. Lee Marvin is a standout, with not enough screen time but many hilariously homoerotic and just plain goofy lines. Borgnine is similarly underused, but gets to play an Amish man forced into homicide - presaging his full-on Amish meltdown in Craven's Deadly Blessing.