Saving Lincoln

Saving Lincoln

The almost entirely true story of Abraham Lincoln and his self-appointed bodyguard, U.S. Marshal Ward Hill Lamon - a banjo-playing Southerner who foiled repeated attempts on the President's life, and kept him functioning during the darkest hours of the Civil War.

The true story of Abraham Lincoln and his bodyguard, U.S. Marshal Ward Hill Lamon. This unique film features sets created from actual Civil War photographs. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Saving Lincoln torrent reviews

Andy P (es) wrote: I liked it for Julianne Moore's performance only. Not one of Cronenberg's best to be sure.

Lilo C (mx) wrote: This Movie is so funny. Gregory Hines and V.D. make a great team.

Andy G (ca) wrote: Shame the devil is a British version of saw but without the violent torture as the police officer finds victims in different ways in England. I don't like it cuz there isn't much horror to it. C- (2014)

Flavior F (gb) wrote: Una pelicula que trata de subirse al vagon de las bodas gay y la adopcion sin mucho exito. La idea era buena pero no la desarrollaron bien por lo que recurrieron a desnudos innecesarios para llamar la atencion. Lo mejor: la actuacion de Nailea Norvind, hasta de muerta! Lo peor: sin duda el chamaco, demasiado grande para el papel que representa, soso y desangelado. Se nota que lo quieren hacer artista a huevo, por cierto es hijo del director. Lo chafa: detalles incongruentes como el sacerdote catolico, el telefono fijo en casa de la drogadicta, etc.

Scott M (es) wrote: Strange movie. The producers should have dropped the whole molestation part and just concentrated on Lindsay's oversexed character. But for some reason it seems important to them. Ruins the movie.

Ethan T (kr) wrote: daddy day camp should go in the outhouse

Ian P (nl) wrote: By far the most anemic Chow movie I've ever seen. Wouldn't necessarily be a bad thing, only nothing picks up the slack and makes this stand out. I doubt I'll remember almost anything about it in a few months.

Pedrito F (es) wrote: Animated vampire movie developed in Cuba during the 80's before vampires were cool. If you are over 30 and you like "cartoons" please watch it before some Hollywood "genious" decides to remake it. Music is sublime.

Zach Z (br) wrote: Even though the story is a recycle of the first film this film is filled with great songs and very good choreographed dance sequences that make it very enjoyable to watch and in my opinion this film stands on its own and is more of an equal then sequel because if you don't compare it or relate it to the first one in anyway its a great stand alone film in its own way.

Paul A (es) wrote: kind of a lame storyline I think it could of been much better, I think some Bewitched fans would of felt let down by this movie. Not really worth watching unless you want to watch a drab romantic movie, which is hardly funny. The acting was good though and the sets were nice.

Chris M (au) wrote: This is truly a gem of pre-war British Comedy. While Overseas had Chaplin & Keaton we championed with the Great Will Hay - With Oh Mr Porter you have his greatest Hour (and a half). From the Train Time gag sat on the tracks to The Windmill scene - The Film is Pure Gold. Buggleskelly 1937 is where the fun is at..Oh and this film..Not Thomas the tank Engine got me into Trains a 8 year old! A Steaming 5/5!! 'Your Wasting Yaaaaar Time! he he he he'

Madeline A (jp) wrote: Found the story intriguing, but was distracted by the fact that only one of the cast had a Russian accent -- the rest ranged from poor attempts which sounded either cockney or a more upper class English. Very distracting in spite of decent acting job.

Rico F (jp) wrote: I have to admit I am a bit of a documentary buff. However this one exceeded my expectations. There are some documentaries that are interesting at first but than after the first hour become rather monotonous with repeated information, but this one maintained interest level throughout. Very well structured documentary as if it were a video-game with different levels and objectives. The tone was tongue-in-cheek and as long as the audience is aware of this, provides very valuable messages. The fact that there were heavyweight celebrities that were interviewed such as 50 Cent and Eminem certainly added weight to its message. A must watch.

Martin S (kr) wrote: As a kid I thought it was awesome. As an adult I thought it was just okay. Minus the hokey special effects which do not, I repeat, DO NOT stand the test of time, the premise is still interesting. Quetzalcoatl has been summoned to snatch people off the rooftops of NYC and it's up to a cop and a drunk smalltime crook to stop it. And if you were wondering, let's just say that Michael Moriarty doesn't play the cop. It's worth a watch only for nostalgic purposes, as most movies filmed in NYC in the late 70's/early 80's always warm the cold cockles of my heart.