Major Benson Winifred Payne is being discharged from the Marines. Payne is a killin' machine, but the wars of the world are no longer fought on the battlefield. A career Marine, he has no idea what to do as a civilian, so his commander finds him a job - commanding officer of a local school's JROTC program, a bunch of ragtag losers with no hope.
- Stars:Damon Wayans, Michael Ironside, Scott Bigelow, Joseph Blaire, Orlando Brown, Peyton Chesson-Fohl, Stephen Coleman, Mark Conway, David DeHart, Joshua Todd Diveley, Robert Faraoni Jr., Michael Gabel, Albert Hall, William Hickey, Ross Bickell,
- Director:Nick Castle,
- Writer:Joe Connelly (story), Bob Mosher (story), William Roberts (earlier screenplay), Richard Alan Simmons (earlier screenplay), Dean Lorey (screenplay), Da
Maj. Benson Payne lives, breathes and sleeps war. But after being honorably discharged from the Marines due to a lack of wars, Payne, the natural-born killer, he has no idea what to do as a civilian... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Major Payne torrent reviews
(au) wrote: An interesting and captivating western with an Oscar worthy performance from Sam Shepard. He's had a lot of great roles over the years, but this is his best since Days of Heaven.
(us) wrote: There is nothing special in this movie (typical Jackie Chan one:comic fights,no stunts) till the last 15 minutes when he tries to save the baby's life with the defibrilllator even if there's a chance him to die and can't even save the baby.This scene is really touching for me and deserves 1 star more than I would rate it anyway.
(es) wrote: Til Schweiger raconte sans baisses de rythme une histoire a la trame certes cousue de fil blanc mais agreable a suivre et qui contient aussi son lot d'etrangetes et de masochisme qui la rend sympathique. Dommage que certaines scenes soient si attendues et que l'utilisation des chansons soit si illustrative et calibree, c'est enervant... Le ton constamment sepia de l'image peut aussi etre redhibitoire.
(jp) wrote: nothing very memorable about this movie but it wasn't bad
(jp) wrote: Super Troopers, created and starring the Broken Lizard comedy troupe, is a film that has gained cult status, mainly from its scenes filled with catchphrases ("meow", "ramrod", "mother of god"), but is really nothing special, no new ground has been broken.5 irresponsible prankster highway patrol officers in Vermont duel with the local city police to see who solves a marijuana smuggling case first to avoid the highway patrol office being shut down by the governor.Super Troopers builds itself up way more than it is in reality. There's good fun in it, I especially grew fond of the idiotic drunken loudmouth Officer Rod Farva but the rest are pretty bland. There's some instances where the plot barely moves along and the highway games the officers play on unaware travelers get old. The characters aren't so much unlikable, just so bland you can't know them as a whole, I think this could best be demonstrated in Anchorman where the characters leave a lasting impact still with humor that lasts. Super Troopers demonstrates some fun but can grow idiotic and childish in some portions.
(it) wrote: Uninteresting to the eye......
(br) wrote: Very good, I don't understand those people who didn't like this. Social Service agent Sam Simms is assigned to protect the president's son, Luke. At first, they seem to not like each other at all. But when he notices he is being bullied at school by tough kid Rob, he tries to teach him how to fight, how to impress a crush, and how to dance. But a previously fired agent attempts to kidnap and kill Luke, pretending to be an online "friend".I liked it, it was a good movie. Filled with laughs, so I don't understand why people said this was a giant failure. I definetely suggest it, fun for everyone with good humor.
(es) wrote: A biting satire on the 90s media hype of serial killers, true crime stories, conservatism and of course the televised trials that transfixed the nation. From Dahmer to OJ, the 90s had it's share of tv entertainment. John Waters does a great job with the morbid humor surrounding an everyday housewife who kills people that harm or insult her and her family. Kathleen Turner should have won an award as the Leave it to Beaver mom from hell.
(gb) wrote: Great Eighties comedy about friends, diversity, reminds me of the Goonies a bit, very funny...
(mx) wrote: A great funny movie with Jack Lemmon and Marcello Mastroinni. Jack and Marcello play two World War II buddies reunited in modern day Naples, but this isn't a simple reunion. It seems that Antonio (Mastroianni) has been sending his sister forged letters from Robert (Lemmon) since the war ended. Originally, it was his way of helping his sister forget the American who left her behind. But after a while, Antonio got into it and kept it up for forty years. Now it's up to Robert, a jaded ulcer-ridden American executive, to try to live up up to the legend Antonio has created. This movie brought back memories of when I was a young sailor in stationed for two and a half years in Naples. That's not the reason that I rate it highly, but it is the reason that I watched it in the first place. You won't be disappointed if you watch this one!
(us) wrote: A strange film that I just loved!!!
(kr) wrote: Andy Warhol's Dracula is just as NUTS as Andy Warhol's Frankenstein. The sex is a lot stronger in this one and The Guy at The Video Store (MEL'S PHARMACY in BROOMALL, Pennsylvania) wouldn't let me rent it in 1982 . . . I saw it when I rented it from Erol's Video Store in on Chestnut Street in Philadelphia in 1987. this even aired on USA-TV in 1989! To Edit it for Television, they zoomed-in on the screen to screen-out the gore and sex.
(ru) wrote: True Grit is a classic John Wayne movie, and is almost as good as the Coen brothers remake. This will always be remembered as one of the best American westerns.
(it) wrote: Meryl Streep is a stand out in this otherwise uneven, oddly paced drama that interweaves her character's journey in post-WWII Brooklyn and her time in Auschwitz. Many of the current day scenes are oddly light, with the length of the flashbacks and "present day" scenes being unpredictable. Steep's monologues describing her ultimate impossible choice are heart breaking, but her relationship with her American boyfriend who guilt her for surviving as a Catholic Pole, rather than a Jew, is unbearable.