Canadian Mountie Steve Wagner captures a German Luftwaffe officer on a spy mission, who later escapes from the prison camp. To catch the spy ring, the Mounties employ a ruse so that the spies, believing Steve to be sympathetic, enlist him in their plans.
- Stars:Errol Flynn, Julie Bishop, Helmut Dantine, John Ridgely, Gene Lockhart, Tom Tully, Bernard Nedell, Warren Douglas, Monte Blue, Alec Craig,
- Director:Raoul Walsh,
A Canadian Mountie of German descent feigns disaffection with his homeland in hopes of infiltrating and thwarting a Nazi sabotage plot. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Northern Pursuit torrent reviews
(ag) wrote: It was an okay movie, everything was pretty expected and predictable. Meh.
(ru) wrote: This documentary about the woman who spilled hot coffee over her legs and sued McDonalds and about other cases will make you rethink what you "know" about frivolous lawsuits and will give you a perspective of how businesses are protecting themselves against law suits and the people they hurt in the process. A bit one-sided, but definitely an eye-opener.
(gb) wrote: Loved it. It's the other side of the coin for criticism on filming.
(br) wrote: Stupidest movie EVER
(jp) wrote: si hubiera sido mucho mas corta llegara puede que 4 estrellas. La escena en que Sergio y Gerardo se encuentran en los baos con el aria de fondo ha hecho que me empezara a interesar por la pelcula.
(au) wrote: Fun holiday film with some horrendous acting. Starts off slow but gets better towards the second act. Overall it's okay and Tim Allen is great as always.
(gb) wrote: This sort of sucked, not nearly as good as previous efforts from the franchise.
(ca) wrote: I adore this movie!! It is just so unbelievably heart-felt. It's all filmed by hand-held camera... Mostly by the main actor, which gives it the reality of it really being Etienne's life on video diary. The main actor is an amazing ice skater and gives a great performance. Seriously... Check it out. You won't be sorry!
(br) wrote: One of the worst Chritmas movies i've ever seen.
(de) wrote: Really fascinating to watch but I wish that everyone would come back each time and not drop out now and again
(ru) wrote: I've always founds this movie more funny than scary. Can't beat the dirt bike scene.
(ru) wrote: Don't watch (unless you enjoy pain)
(jp) wrote: i love racing so i love this movie
(br) wrote: Booklover11's Mini Reviews: To show my diversity from movies, I'm going to decide to review a music video today. So, without any further ado, it's time for The Thriller: Thriller has a huge fan base, and I love this video more than most of those people! It definitely is high up on my rankings:Best Music Videos: #1Best Songs: #2Best Singers (Michael Jackson): #2Scariest Music Videos: #1Best Directed Music Videos: #3And the list goes on. So yeah, as much of a movie buff I am, this is definitely one of my favorite pop cultural videos ever. If it was a full length movie with no songs, it would probably be a 2 star film at best, but the fact it's all fit into 10 minutes, the dancing was excellent, the video itself leaves a huge impression, and the song is one of my favorites ever, it has to get 5 stars from me. The excellency of the video can't be explained, you just gotta see it. Vincent Price was awesome, Michael Jackson was awesome, the zombies were awesome, John Landis DID awesome, and the ending was a nice little twist. What else is there to say, but it's just an excellent music video. I recommend it to anyone over the age of ten who likes pop music or Michael Jackson, as you will not be disappointed, at all. 5 Stars.
(fr) wrote: A sweet movie with Cooper and Stanwyck having superb characters.
(jp) wrote: Critics way too harsh on this one, compared to all the other predictable mainstream crap out there this is miles better and funnier. Not every film has to re-invent cinema.
(jp) wrote: i think the weirdest sequel ever not 2 mention Roger Ebert co-wrote the script