Heartbreak Ridge

Heartbreak Ridge

A hard-nosed, hard-living Marine gunnery sergeant clashes with his superiors and his ex-wife as he takes command of a spoiled recon platoon with a bad attitude.

Heartbreak Ridge involves the actions of a small group of U.S. Marines during the American invasion of Grenada in 1983. A hard-nosed, hard-living Marine gunnery sergeant clashes with his superiors and his ex-wife as he takes command of a spoiled recon platoon with a bad attitude. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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lion o (de) wrote: very very good film 9.5 out of 10

Ryan V (es) wrote: This vulgar comedy focuses on a director (played by actual director Lloyd Kaufman) trying to make a crude B-movie as his set is under siege by a brutal serial killer. Terror Firmer has all the crude humor, gory special effects, and tacked-on nudity that marks such Kaufman efforts like The Toxic Avenger and Tromeo & Juliet. I, however, do not think that the shenanigans of this film add up to the likability of those other cult classics. This film is skippable for everyone except the most devout Tromaphiles.

Greg W (mx) wrote: It is one of the few late Truffauts to muster any weight and complexity.

Patrick W (ru) wrote: This was a decent adaptation to Stephen King's novel (where the story comes from). While it does not touch on important plot points in the novel, it still is effective in its story of an outsider girl with special powers. It was nice to see the film explore more into Carrie realizing her powers than the original one. Also, Moretz is actually a teenager (like Carrie) in this film. In the previous version, Sissy Spacek was in her mid-20s when she shot the film. Not the best Stephen King adaptation and only a decent re-make.

Jacob D (it) wrote: Pretty good retelling of the Manson murders, although he himself never actually killed anybody. It was mostly 'Tex' and 'Sadie,' one of the three insanely hot yet insanely--insane--girls who brutally stabbed and murdered several people, including pregnant actress Sharon Tate. the movie itself is well acted on a good scale, mostly by that wimpy translator from Saving Private Ryan who portrays Manson.

Andrew I (br) wrote: The first 20mins were quite fun, bringing a few chuckles, before it descended into a kind of long, slow craziness that annoyed me intensely. After an hour, when they started waxing lyrical about the poetic nature of bullfighting, it became too much and I turned it off. Fellini films are definitely an acquired taste.

Dylan W (ru) wrote: Wow, what a weird movie. This is a basically a toned down version of a Bronson movie. It pre-dates In the Line of Fire, in which Eastwood basically plays the same character. It is better than it's imitator. It also really reminds me of the Clinton presidency. Sadly (and a Bronson fan), it is really toothless. Bronson is still super tough and Jill Ireland is still a total freakazoid (her acting style). But the story itself isn't weird enough. Bronson has a really weird sexual relationship with a co-secret service agent and he manages to give the shitty script a boost. The soundtrack also kind of tanks this movie. It isn't bad (one guy on a Casio) but the music itself doesn't fit well with the film. Jill Ireland's hair is a real bright spot in this film.

Michael M (jp) wrote: Gripping, enlightening, moving. Maziar Bahari is a true inspiration. Now to read his book "Then They Came for Me" !

Andrew S (nl) wrote: Three men, three different paths, caught in conflict but brought together to save lives: a highly skilled sniper who can't think of his targets as human; an intelligence officer who has never killed while on duty; and a legendary Afghan warrior who left war behind but gets pulled back to battle.