A unique documentary about troops' experiences in Iraq and Afghanistan, based on writings by soldiers, Marines, and air men. Some writings were published in the New Yorker in summer 2006. A... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Operation Homecoming: Writing the Wartime Experience
A unique documentary about troops' experiences in Iraq and Afghanistan, based on writings by soldiers, Marines, and air men.
- Stars:Michael Gempart, Leander Lichti, Tony Leung Ka Fai, Kate Tsui, Suet Lam, Maggie Siu, Siu-Fai Cheung, Ting Yip Ng, Yiu-Cheung Lai, Samuel Pang, Suet-sum Tse, Sunny Wong, Hin-Wai Au, Chung Him Law, Frank Michael Liu, Kung Chan, Lluís Homar, Blanca Portillo, José Luis Gómez, Rubén Ochandiano, Tamar Novas, Ángela Molina, Chus Lampreave, Kiti Mánver, Lola Dueñas, Mariola Fuentes, Carmen Machi, Kira Miró, Rossy de Palma, Alejo Sauras, Amala Akkineni, Tinnu Anand, Kumar Gaurav, Aruna Irani, Sameer Kakkad, Bharat Kapoor, Ranjeeta Kaur, Akash Khurana, Raj Kiran, Kiran Kumar, Roopesh Kumar, Sudhir Pandey, Yunus Parvez, Sharon D. Allen, Beau Bridges, Colby Buzzell, Richard Currey, Robert Duvall, Aaron Eckhart, Paul Fussell, Christopher Gorham, Edward Parker Gyokeres, Joe Haldeman, Sangjoon Han, Ed Hrivnak, Justin Kirk, Yusef Komunyakaa, John Krasinski,
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Nicki M (ag) wrote: I bought this dvd while on holiday in Singapore. It has a different title "My phone sex partner". I have to admit, "Whatcha Wearin'" is a more apt title. This is a cute little movie. Girl dials boy by accident thinking she is talking to her boyfriend. She tries to spice things up with some phone sex, not realising her error until it's too late. He is on the rebound from his ex, who has moved on with another guy, and quite honestly, her boyfriend is a jerk who cheats on her. The two continue to talk and eventually meet. It is obvious they belong together, but it just doesn't happen due to the other people in their lives. This is a really cute, light little rom com. I really enjoyed it. The scene at the wedding with that song is hilarious too. It's so disgusting and wrong, but the guy is so damn likeable it didn't matter.
Taylor M (ag) wrote: Very fascinating insight to one of the most reclusive authors.
Bruno V (br) wrote: Not really much great action , bit to slow , liked the story between Sonny and Isabella . Because i was awake enough i could see this movie in 1 piece now ! SOMDVD
Kevin C (ru) wrote: This movie uses camp to allow the audience to find their own connection to beauty, familial relationships, the need to win, and friendship. The movie's absurdity allow the viewer to think critically about these issues or simply have a laugh.
Jordan P (es) wrote: In an attempt to showcase death itself as the true antagonist of horror, unrealistic gore and uninspired, predictable plotting overwhelm the promising setup and thought-provoking message Final Destination has to offer, squandering an intriguing concept for a unique franchise as a result.
Robert C (au) wrote: Loved how Batman was the one with the detales on everyone made the movie very in sightful .
David G (br) wrote: The most clunky, unsmooth film I've ever seen! The "best" thing that can be said about this movie is at least a rich producer obsessed with a giant spider got to put it in this movie.
Jake N (mx) wrote: Wanted to see this for awhile, as it was talked about a lot during awards season. It's a nice little indie based a memoir that tackles some seriously heavy and taboo subjects. It features great performances, led by impressive newcomer Bel Powley. But the story itself meanders and repeats itself and ends in somewhat unsatisfying way.