Kokoda: 39th Battalion
A bitter battle is fought between Australian and Japanese soldiers along the Kokoda trail in New Guinea during World War II.
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Alex N (kr) wrote: bright, terrible, awful, irritating, poor etc etc
Hyrum F (br) wrote: One of John Wayne's best, a man who has children becomes a father to those who need him most.
Mayank A (de) wrote: The movie is ambitious but a disappointment lead by the lead role of Kristen Stewart's snow white, her acting is terrible and most of the other cast seemed to follow her. Add the uneven pacing and the tangled plot, the movie is boring and without any charms. A waste of production effort which is the only decent thing the movie had, the acting, direction and the script were just awful.
Robin E (br) wrote: Not your typical love story but I really enjoyed it, it was very real to me and that's what I really like in a love story.
Joe F (ca) wrote: A film that seems lacking somewhere. It is not because there is no action - there is, but not in excess. Nor is it because there is no drama - there is, but again not in excess. As an introverted story it does not really work either. But even if the ending is in some ways predictable, there is still several sides of the film which were moving - which gives it three stars in my book. Plus a great supporting performance from the great actor Bruce McGill.
Dolors J (gb) wrote: Sarah Polley is superb.
Mark S (jp) wrote: Rejection of materialism seems to be a common theme in movies. Will Ferrell and a strong supporting cast manage to keep Everything Must Go fresh with subtle humor. Sincere Will Ferrell is much more compelling to watch than the goofball characters he usually plays.
Jake P (ru) wrote: Its funny sometimes but other times it just goes out of control and just isn't that funny anymore.
Matthew M (au) wrote: I seriously love this film. One of my favorite movies of all time.
Reno V (gb) wrote: "THE COCKER SPANIEL AND THE MUTT" - One of Disney's most known love stories is the 1955 animation film 'Lady and the Tramp'. Based on 'Happy Dan, the Whistling Dog' by Ward Greene, this 15 Disney Classic is pure nostalgia and takes a person back to his childhood due to the unforgettable characters and catchy songs. The film tells the love story of Cocker Spaniel Lady and stray mutt Tramp. It was listed 95th in the most romantic movies ever made. Who doesn't remember the spaghetti and meatball scne? The spoiled Cocker Spaniel Lady lead a happy life with the couple Jim and Darling. But when they are expecting a baby, Lady feels pushed aside. She finds comfort with her neighborhood friends Jock the Scottish Terrier and Trusty the old Bloodhound, but gets interrupted by stray mutt Tramp who overheard the conversation. He believes that when the baby moves in, the dog will move out.Luckily all Lady's worries seem to disappear when she's introduced to the newly born. But shortly after that, Jim and Darling go on a trip and have asked their aunt Sarah to look after the baby. The fat woman has brought her diabolical Siamese cats, who cause trouble. When Lady gets blamed, she runs away from home.