Professionals for a Massacre
Major Lloyd, having stolen the cargo of gold needed to purchase weapons, is heading towards the Mexican border. Three soldiers condemned to death are promised freedom if they recover the precious load. The intervention of a criminal Mexican band and the accompanying officer complicates the situation. Source: SWDB www.spaghetti-western.net
- Stars:George Hilton, Edd Byrnes, George Martin, Milo Quesada, Mónica Randall, Gérard Herter, José Bódalo, Gisella Monaldi, Claudio Trionfi, Bruno Ukmar,
- Director:Nando Cicero,
- Writer:Roberto Gianviti (story), Jaime Jesús Balcázar (story), Enzo Dell'Aquila (story), José Antonio de la Loma (story), Roberto Gianviti (screenplay), Jaim
Hilton, Martin and Byrnes are three bandits who have joined the Southern ranks during the Civil War. They're caught selling guns to the Union and are sentenced to a firing squad. A general ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Professionals for a Massacre torrent reviews
(mx) wrote: A beautiful tale of love, sacrifice and family. Recommend watch.
(fr) wrote: Really enjoyed the character that John Abraham plays. He did a good job with playing the role and is a perfect girly movie.
(ca) wrote: A gut-wrenching portrait of life in a regime dominated by oppression and fear, 4 Months is a tour de force for Romanian cinema. Intimately shot and deliberately edited, director Cristian Mungiu exercises inspired restraint, allowing his writing and actors to speak for themselves. The film's sustained long takes will frustrate audiences who are used to fast-paced storytelling, and Mungiu's minimalism reveals both enormous trust and self-confidence. Totally devoid of the glamorous trappings of cinematic style, 4 Months feels more like a cold splash of reality than a piece of fiction.
(mx) wrote: Lovely ... nostaligic and true...
(mx) wrote: kristen stewart will always be kristen stewart. the most emotionless actor ever. ever!!
(br) wrote: well done Jeff daniels is great.
(es) wrote: all the ingredients of a feature film 's there with well balanced/perfect work by all. i really like this movie.watch n enjoy.
(us) wrote: Arguably the greatest military naval film of all time, as well as one of the greatest war films. I recommend "The Director's Cut" as the definitive version of this film.At its time, this was the most expensive film ever produced in Germany. However, this was a pittance relative to Hollywood budgets. Despite this, Das Boot conveys it message precisely. Certainly, it is dated from a special effects perspective. It would be fascinating to see this made with today's special effects.The film demonstrates the claustrophobia, danger, tension and prowess of the German U-boaters of WWII. These men were in their early 20s. The captain was 30 and chief engineer 27. However, the maturity of the leadership is astounding to see under various circumstances, especially in life and death situations.This is a film that brings you on the ship and makes you feel like the plot unfolds as you are one of the crew. The ending is one of my favourites in cinematic history. The parallels between ship and captain manifest throughout the film right through to the final scene.
(it) wrote: This is sheer charm.
(ru) wrote: All kidding aside, this is one of my favorite movies ever.
(fr) wrote: pre-code hollywood films are fascinating to me and this is a great example, with a story like one found in some racy old romance magazine. a great cast. unapologetic villain. end of story melodrama. sex and sin. snappy dialogue. so interesting to see films from that era made without the constraints of the code.
(ca) wrote: Likeable, often amusing and unashamedly immature film about immature people waiting tables at a low-grade US food chain. Sure there's a plot of sorts about self-discovery but if you're a fan of Ryan Reynolds' early smart-ass comedy style, this will be right up your alley.
(fr) wrote: A decent slasher with a nice background music in its highlights..!