Red Ball Express

Red Ball Express

Story of the military truck drivers who kept the Allied armies supplied in Europe during WW2.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:83 minutes
  • Release:1952
  • Language:English,French
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:red cross,   ambush,   driver,  

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Red Ball Express torrent reviews

Dan T (ca) wrote: This is a fucked up film.

James H (us) wrote: So corny, no more than a weak television made movie. The cast tries, but with material like this it doesn't much matter. Nice location setting though.

Sherwin L (nl) wrote: Sadly, this movie didn't do it for me. A few scenes here were noteworthy and well made, but overall I just didn't care much for the characters.

Andy C (au) wrote: I'm sorry, but some of the dubbing on the VHS copy really annoyed me and makes it hard for me to judge, it's kind of painful to watch some scenes, although others are fine. But also, the first stanza with Olmo and Alfredo as young children did not particularly interest me that much, felt overly long. Seeing them naked was also not really on my to-do list, but then it happened and I was like, "Thanks, movie." The movie did not detect my sarcasm and showed more naked people later, fortunately they were at least adults. But you know, once Depardieu and De Niro show up, it's pretty good, outside of the lousy dubbing. Edit: holy shit, I didn't even notice my copy was missing an entire hour. 315 minutes of this does not sound appealing.

Tristan P (ag) wrote: Without a doubt, the WORST DRACULA MOVIE I HAVE EVER SEEN!!! (Although Gerard Butler in DRACULA 2000 remains the worst Dracula performance ever) I'm tempted to say "Worst Dracula movie EVER!", because although I haven't yet seen every Dracula movie, I can't imagine one worse than this. Poor David Suchet...

Alex F (ag) wrote: Not a great execution, but the ending is pretty nice and pretty good for a directorial debut but certainly there's a lot more Levitt could have done.

bill s (de) wrote: This is a finely acted(esp.Fiennes) movie and one of if not the best directing work from Redford.