Fury in the Pacific
Documentary short film depicting American Army, Navy, Marine, Air Forces, and Coast Guard joint assaults on a Japanese-held island.
- Stars:Richard Carlson,
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Matthew L (gb) wrote: Following in the grand tradition of films such as 'Godzilla Vs Mecha Godzilla' and being nowhere near as entertaining as it should be.
Nick L (fr) wrote: Not bad for a direct to dvd sequel
Rhonda W (fr) wrote: it was a good movie, you knew what was going to happen, but it still had you on the edge of your chair
Keith M (ca) wrote: Pants. Not good at all.
Rich B (nl) wrote: His Secret Life (2001) - An Italian widow finds out that her husband had a secret male lover for the past 7 years. She soon finds, through her husband's lover, an extended "family" of gays, transgender, and other social outcasts, a family she finds herself drifting towards as she deals with her emotional loss. A friend of mine once asked if being gay was like "Will and Grace." I laughed. Too bad I didn't know about this movie or I would have told him that this was what it was like to be gay. A movie of discovery and revelation, a different world, and brilliantly portrayed.
Michael A (gb) wrote: Below average "Noir" thriller that rips off just about every other crime thriller that came before it
Kyle P (us) wrote: If you want to see a movie about grunge, the music scene in Seattle...this is the best choice to choose. It had everything. It a good experience of the music history. Two thumbs up.
Margaret K (kr) wrote: 1991 movie about a wine everyone wants from Napoleon's time. A love story too
Brandon W (jp) wrote: One of my favourite James Bond films and yet, "License to Kill" does not feel like a true bond film. It feels way more like a motion picture version of Miami Vice with James Bond as the title character. It is darker than the other James Bond films but does contain some of the classic James Bond tropes. Sexy women, cool gadgets and excellent action scenes. Some of the best I've seen on film! Timothy Dalton plays a intense more bad-ass version of Bond instead of the smooth talking lady killing Roger Moore or Sean Connery and it definitely worked for this story. Robert Davi plays a menacing villain and I really liked both Bond Girls especially Carey Lowell as Pam Bouvier. Unlike most bond films, this had a very easy plot to follow about revenge and loyalty. I really liked this movie, but what made me love it, was the great score and amazing opening title song, "License to Kill - Gladys Knight". Definitely near the top of my favourite 007 films list!
Bill B (kr) wrote: Another selection from the heyday of Argento that I had somehow never watched before, I was able to get into this during a recent Halloween marathon.I really loved this one, it's kind of up there with films of the same era like Deep Red and Suspiria as far as my top Argento titles would go.A novelist finds himself embroiled in a series of brutal murders when he travels to Rome to promote his latest novel, and boy are you in for a ride.Recommended.
Hrant B (gb) wrote: It has been a while since I last watched Blazing Saddles. Mel Brooks is a very comedic actor, director and producer. In this movie he created a very racist impact that you can't believe the words used in any kind of style. One of the biggest brawls heads into a sound stage and transforms somehow into the future. Overall it was a good movie. I had downgraded the number of stars I had given from my original review.
Ben N (fr) wrote: The beginning sucks, but it gets pretty good.
Walter A (us) wrote: One of the greatest comedies and maybe one of the greatest films if all time. It has a well written script with an unforgettable speech from Stan Lee. Filled with a great cast and great director. Kevin Smith makes you want to go to the mall after watching its a pure classic. It was truly underrated film it came out and flopped at the box office and now it's getting a little of a following but more should watch.
Leonard D (es) wrote: Kevin James trying desperately to be Chris Farley! No way!