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Manish B (it) wrote: Arjun: The Warrior Prince is perhaps the most worthy animation to have come out of India. Based on the mythical hero of Mahabharat (The Great Indian War)- Arjun, it tells the story in a unique fashion, narrated by the maid to a young prince while the Pandava warriors are in hidden exile. It is a fresh take on a story that has been told countless times to every Indian child. Even the visualisation is starkly different. As an Indian, I am quite proud of this one, and would implore everyone to see it.
Natalie D (au) wrote: I hope it come out on dvd, RIP River I miss you xx
Unknown H (it) wrote: It pains me to give this movie two stars but as a great advocate for Abbie Hoffman and the Yippie movement in general, I cannot condone such an inaccurate representation of the great mans life. Although this movie, on the surface is energetic, informed and entertaining, after reading Hoffman's autobiography and his own book "Steal This Book" I cannot say that this movie represented the man he truly was, more than represented an over illustrated and almost cartoon like version of one of the most inspirational people of the twenty first century. Abbie Hoffman - five stars. Steal This Movie - two stars. Enough said really.
Nadiia A (it) wrote: This film was possibly the worse film I have ever seen, as far as I'm concerned it was a blatant attack on the Middle East after a time when the West was feeling vulnerable. It's obvious glorifying of the American soliders was almost laughable and a mockery of an excuse to try to justify the killings of innocent women and children. The acting was at best bearable, but even that would be a stretch too far. 1/5 stars, I would give less if I could.
Marcus W (ag) wrote: Tighter editing - especially at the end, and this would be twice the film. Still worth a watch.
Amanda C (gb) wrote: Fans of the series may find the movie slightly disappointing, with recycled skits and lines, but it is still good for a laugh. Any viewers new to the series who enjoy British comedy will enjoy this movie as well.
Augustin C (ca) wrote: "Do you shovel to survive or survive to shovel?"
Alexander T (nl) wrote: Kurosawa tiene que ser mi director favorito. El mejor trabajo policial que he visto en ninguna pelcula hasta ahora. Excelente.
Hina A (mx) wrote: while the story is predictable, once again Stewart delivers an impressive performance - this movie is well worth seeing for the acting alone, but the story is troubling to digest
Ty W (us) wrote: best 1 of whole series
Robert B (it) wrote: It follows the first movie the was released this year - and let a hook to another one, like a mini series made of filmes. Low budget production, but with nice figurine and ok actings, around the theme of phantasy (RPG style characters). This time I found the story to be weak, and a little confuse. 4,5 / 10,0
Scott C (gb) wrote: Lori Petty was a really quirky cool actress - I miss her. But this movie was just super weird - in a bad way. They've got the wrong release year listed here - came out in '95. Again, Flixster/Rotten Tomatoes needs an editor.
Patrick K (us) wrote: "Between the morphine injections from soldiers and the close air support evacuation attempt by American forces, a heart-pounding and emotional true story of heroism unfolds. Emerging from the dusty minefield in Afghanistan is a graphic portrayal of war and the "Never give up" mentality of brothers-in-arms. For that alone, "KILO TWO BRAVO" is a must-see film!" - Patrick King, REEL BRIEF"KILO TWO BRAVO" captures the intense true story of British paratroopers pinned down in an Afghanistan minefield during 2006. The gripping events of that fateful day are meticulously played out, as valiant attempts are made to save lives while sparing others from injury. The utter chaos of battle-"the Fog of War" as it's called in militaryspeak-develops over this platoon attempting to sort out what's happening and deal with deadly threats at their austere combat outpost.This awe-inspiring film, originally released in Great Britain as "KAJAKI", masterfully showcases the platoon's rapid transition from routine day-to-day operations in the Helmand Province to the group's engrossing all-out fight for survival. A masterpiece narrative on the Afghan landscape and the remnants of decades at war for that country, the film points out the serious hardships felt by these Brits along every step in their combat mission.One of this film's best attributes is in how it highlights the team's relatively peaceful daily mission, providing over-watch of enemy Taliban movements atop the hills surrounding the Kajaki Dam. The soldiers all playfully kidding one another with a banter and camaraderie found throughout our military history. Wisely, "KILO TWO BRAVO" focuses on this strong brother-in-arms bond and its crucial part it played in this true saga. As repeated challenges and difficulties face the soldiers to find help, the film keenly points out how tempers and patience get exhausted over time.Shrewdly, "KILO TWO BRAVO" takes the audience from watching a mostly passive military operation in the Helmand Valley, into a hornet's nest of unforeseen threats accompanied by acts of heroism and selflessness. The movie's daring realism underscores the complicated life posed on any battlefield--and how quickly and dangerous one's circumstances can change.The biggest star of "KILO TWO BRAVO" is the advanced combat medical devices and expertise found at even remote locations during war. Immediate actions and placement of tourniquets are saving lives on today's battlefields-lives that would be lost within a minute or two if those same injuries were sustained during a traffic accident in any U.S. city.Easily the film's biggest drawback-and yet authentic trait--is the thick British accents and terms used by the cast of characters. U.S. viewers will have some difficulty following the script's British dialogue--just as real American and British military forces commonly do down range finalizing mission details to support each other. There's a reason Zulu time and the phonetic alphabet are used as much as possible by allies in modern warfare communications-to minimize confusion and find common ground. Despite this hurdle, the film's plot continues dramatically and unabated."KILO TWO BRAVO" will leave audiences tip-toeing and pushed outside their comfort zones. Director Paul Katis and Academy Award winning film producer Gareth Unwin ("The King's Speech") deliver a powerful, inspiring look inside a battlefield and at a very special group of soldiers and airmen. Between the morphine injections from soldiers and the close air support evacuation attempt by American forces, a heart-pounding and emotional true story of heroism unfolds. Emerging from the dusty minefield in Afghanistan is a graphic portrayal of war and the "Never give up" mentality of brothers-in-arms. For that alone, "KILO TWO BRAVO" is a must-see film!Grade: B+