Max Manus: Man of War

Max Manus: Man of War

Max Manus is a Norwegian 2008 biographic war film based on the real events of the life of resistance fighter Max Manus (1914–96), after his contribution in the Winter War against the Soviet Union. The story follows Manus through the outbreak of World War II in Norway until peacetime in 1945.

The true story about one of the most brilliant saboteurs during World War II and his battle to overcome his inner demons. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Max Manus: Man of War torrent reviews

Kathie H (gb) wrote: They shouldn't have made it 'tongue in cheek'- it needed to be real and scary.

Heather M (kr) wrote: Against my better judgement I tried to watch this and it didn't keep my attention. I will definitely not be watching this one.

Nick M (fr) wrote: has some really thoughtful moments, but also drops the ball with some crucial story integrity stuff. if it held it together a little tighter, this would be a real gem. instead, it's a fun but fairly forgettable adult comedy.

Brian B (de) wrote: Fashioned more as a twist-heavy mystery than a straight-arrow fright flick, the movie is plot driven with the mythology of the ultimate vampire Vlad looking to kill both humans and vampires working pretty well. Unfortunately, the big reveal at the end fails to surprise.Overall, the film is interesting but far from perfect. The pacing often drags with the talk-heavy nature of the storytelling, the script falls flat here and there ("Even now, you think you can still save me") and the soap-opera-like music feels like a complete misfire.

Richard H (ca) wrote: An above average horror movie that works for a while before the dumbed down average ending when the "truth" is revealed. There are some very unsettling moments in this movie and the acting is actually quite good. Kris Lemche steals the show as cynical loser Rex. Worth a spin

Henry H (es) wrote: So I'm watching the ending now with Val Kil -- oh, I'm sorry. I don't mean to give anything away. Or do I? Do I even care? Is this movie even worth the trouble of giving away the ending to...? of...? I don't know how to end that sentence. Okay, so that Matrix Chickie is in this movie. What's herrrrrr... Carrie-Anne Moss! That's it. So.. she's in sexy space outfits inside a lot of tunnels and various rooms with views of space outside the windows for the majority of the movie. I think that was probably my favorite part. All those scenes. Although, another part of thinks seeing her with *anyone* outside of Keanu in *anything* futuristic is just.. cheating. In a nutshell, this film didn't really do anything for me. It may have been fun to think about (spoiler alert!) us landing on Mars and, oh my god, we can breathe! But... yes. I saw it on the SyFy channel which, appropriately, viewed more like a SyFy Channel-created movie than a big budget theatrical release sci-fi motion picture. If you must see this, check your local cable listings before you go renting any DVDs or pony up $5 (Why???) at the local Walmart video bin.

Steven C (br) wrote: Whether or not you find the conclusion satisfying, the sheer psychedelic madness and mesmerizing animation of this movie earns it a near-perfect score.

Lee M (br) wrote: Between a 7/10 and 8/10, it's inventive, witty, illuminating: about a contemporary staging of the Passion play, the institutional church's reverence for the status quo & the false gods of secularism.

mitalee c (ru) wrote: aamir khan looks good in any role,even as a IPS

Pawel S (ru) wrote: jednym slowem zajebisty film!!

Quincy T (es) wrote: Fair princesses aside, everything else here is vile It's obvious that the familiar title is meant to lure unknown people as they assume this is a big budget title with fine presentation, while the fact is Avengers Grimm is barely the level Halloween play. It uses mythical princess' tales and translates them into modern world but the execution is far from magical. Acting is incredibly bad, graphic effect is from two decades old and no attractive princess can save it from the abysmal production.No in-depth analysis requires. From the first couple of scenes it's clear that the acting suffers significantly. Delivery for most of these princess is outright overly dramatic or rigid reading. The actresses fit the look, but as they speak the illusion of glamor falls almost immediately. It has some decent costume and set, although most of the scenes are shot in random warehouse or street. If anything, it's probably worth just to see mature version of the princesses for brief amusement, you don't need magic mirror to know there's not much else here.