Soldier of Destiny

Soldier of Destiny

In worn-torn Afghanistan, young marine Tyler's life is changed when he is saved by a fellow soldier, Quincy, who dies in doing so.

In worn-torn Afghanistan, young marine Tyler's life is changed when he is saved by a fellow soldier, Quincy, who dies in doing so. Before he dies, he asks Tyler to find his sister who works... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Soldier of Destiny torrent reviews

Cameron M (us) wrote: With familiar set ups, predictable plot points, all trudging build-up to its unoriginal twist ending, aside from its nice landscape to look at, there is nothing new or interesting about The Frozen.

jarrad b (ca) wrote: A movie with three stories. The first was freaky with a married couple getting their comeuppance. The second was with a little bit of the perils of addiction.

Bob P (ru) wrote: Great drama and stark commentary. I didn't really see the comedy in it. As critic Colin Covert noted, it really does tap "deep, cold wellsprings of dread.".

Megan N (kr) wrote: i love Amber Tamblyn! and i think wendy her character and sean her secret lover are adorable. even if their not rly together at the end. Well maybe,u dont know. Because she told him to burn the box. When he wanted her to or else the relationship was over.

Flor Eden S (ag) wrote: i've cried a hundred tyms watching this movie. truly heart breaking. proud to be pinoy once again.

Christine D (nl) wrote: kids wll like it; they,ll like the animals. parents will enjoy the message that it teaches. Fun family fare

Andy P (au) wrote: there is a chemistry between Billy Crystal's psychiatrist and Robert De Niro's gangster, who is essentially a parody of every mobster role he has ever played.

Raji K (gb) wrote: Ed O Neil stars in the John Hughes written comedy Dutch. Ed O Neil is Dutch Dooley, a working-class man that is dating a woman who used to be with a multi-millionaire. Because of this, the son Doyle (Ethan Embry) is a spoiled rich kid that feels entitles and lashes out at all of those who oppose him. His wealthy dad (Christopher MacDonald) does not make things better as he almost seems to encourage this type of activity. Dutch makes a deal with the mother (JoBeth Williams) that he will go across America and bring him home for the holidays. Dutch makes an effort to bond with the boy, only to find that he is constantly challenging him for control. The two are at a battle of wits, as Dutch is trying to bond with the boy who hates him for being a middle class individual who is not a millionaire like his father. The movie then transitions to a planes, trains and automobiles like film as they go through various plans to try and get home. This includes hitchhiking, being robbed by call girls, and being passed for homeless grifters. Dutch is a good enough comedy for its time. It is not as classic as some of John Hughes other films, but stands on its own in some regards. Like most of Hughes films, he is able to create a scene that truly gives that makes the movie endearing. This occurs when Dutch and Doyle are at a homeless shelter, and they experience the side of lives of those who truly need help. They come to realize that there is more to life than their petty squabbles. Dutch does not deliver in some of the comedic level or have as many good lines as Home Alone, Planes Trains and Automobiles and other comedies, but it is worth watching for anyone who is a fan of Ed O Neil or John Hughes films. -12.16.2016

Foong M (kr) wrote: At least the plot for this movie is not trivial and stupid. It has some suspense, romance and human factors inside. But the performance of the actress didnt impress me at all. A good one to the main actor Michel Blanc.....

John M (ru) wrote: The perfectly executed triangular love story. It is set around 1970, At that time I was up t similar shenanigans -- in the Murray Head role. That unfortunate pop-singer-turned-actor was invisible in every scene he shared with two of England's finest dramatic actors: Glenda Jackson and the late Peter Finch. As lonely middle aged singles they are supplicants to Head's youth and beauty, even while they are aware the object of their desire is unworthy of anything more than a quick fling.

Edgar C (ru) wrote: Full color arises, turmoil prevails, Shakespeare is possessed by a vengeful demon and Eisenstein, through one of his most underrated and perfectly synchronized "talkie" symphonies, makes the character of Ivan reach such state of madness that the extraordinary settings and the red color itself evokes and dances around the film's brilliance. Speechless as I may be, this is the work of a genius... So genius that he couldn't recognize himself! The third part of the unfinished trilogy was meant to reside in our imagination.---I perceive chaos...99/100

Roksia S (ca) wrote: Disturbing and a bit strange, still worth a while.