Sergeant Joe Gunn and his tank crew pick up five British soldiers, a Frenchman and a Sudanese man with an Italian prisoner crossing the Libyan Desert to rejoin their command after the fall of Tobruk. Tambul, the Sudanese leads them to an abandoned desert fortress where they hope to find water. Soon a detachment of German soldiers arrives and attempts to barter food for water, but Gunn and his followers refuse. When the Germans attack, Gunn leads his desert-weary men in a desperate battle, hoping that British reinforcements can arrive in time.
- Stars:Humphrey Bogart, Bruce Bennett, J. Carrol Naish, Lloyd Bridges, Rex Ingram, Richard Aherne, Dan Duryea, Carl Harbord, Patrick O'Moore, Louis Mercier, Guy Kingsford, Kurt Kreuger, John Wengraf,
- Director:Zoltan Korda,
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(ag) wrote: A bit of a dogs breakfast. Probably a lot better if you have love for the game franchise.
(us) wrote: Part of this film relates to me so I find it moving. Thoroughly enjoyed this film.
(mx) wrote: This is ma favourite stallone film it is friken awesome.
(nl) wrote: one of my fav quotes in this movie
(mx) wrote: Not bad yet not comparable to Chicago.
(ru) wrote: Very enjoyable Saturday night movie. I can see that Mr Gleason was worthy of several nominations on this performance.The plot was a bit here and there trying to cover a number of pertinent topics about how the war progressed and Churchill's reaction to it. As well as showing the Churchill family in France as the results of the General Election were being readied. And Winston's feelings about how the election would pan out.Fascinating stuff to see. Churchill is a genuine hero, the Greates Briton of all time and a very interesting character to boot. I agree with some of the other comments that while the acting of Gleason was great an the character of Churchill interesting there were probably a number of historical innacuracies in the film itself. That didnt really bother me so much though. It was very watchable Saturday night fare.
(au) wrote: My dum dum hates this movie and i know why... because it sucks all time.. there isnt actually anything good about this song beside one song called JEENA, that song has amazng music but other then that, this movie sucks, it sucks all time.. hahhahaha.. they all did bad in this film.. all the cast and crew.. maisam feels sorry for them.. really..
(nl) wrote: Andre Techine's "Les Roseaux Sauvages" takes us to rural France in the early 1960's, a setting not often seen in modern cinema. Techine recreates the period both aesthetically and in mood, his camera work handling delicate close-ups and far scenic shots with care. The political and sexual subject matter requires mature actors, but Techine's young cast rise to the occasion. Of note is Elodie Bouchez for her impressive debut performance.
(kr) wrote: An alltime favorite.A stunning mix of romance,action,adventure.A chilling score and good acting make this worth seeking out.
(ca) wrote: What a bad acting and story!
(gb) wrote: my childhood favorite movie
(au) wrote: Not John Candy's worse movie...
(gb) wrote: Very sick movie. Jeremy Davies was awesome as Manson. I believed I was watching the real thing. I saw it a few years ago, but I still remember how creepy and chilling it was.
(nl) wrote: Tremendous idea, terrific film. Watched in anticipation of the new HBO series and was not disappointed.
(de) wrote: I saw this movie when I was a kid love it would love to see it again
(ru) wrote: A fairly standard western vehicle for Audie Murphy in pretty much the same vein as he'd been doing for nearly two decades with this genre.
(nl) wrote: How can you not like the ending to this movie? The poem is terrific. Cary Grant is wonderful as a very childish, gold-obsessed soldier who gets his fellow troops in trouble when he goes off in search of gold with Gunga Din.
(ca) wrote: It's probably the most progressive blaxploitation film ever made, which isn't saying much. But this flick is a lot of fun. Occasionally more serious than it should be, Coffy makes up for this with camp and some slick one-liners.
(ag) wrote: An enjoyable late-70s horror anthology, Dead of Night doesn't really hit its stride until the final tale, which is awesome. However, the whole film remains an enjoyable bit of 70s horror based on stories by horror legend Richard Matheson.