Surviving D-Day

Surviving D-Day

Recent study shows that the chance of surviving the invasion beaches was 25%. Then how is it possible 50% of the men survived? This documentary which has been recognized as the best D-Day documentary ever tells a different story. A beautifully made detailed reconstruction shows what happened on that day on the beaches. In the first hour of the attack one third of the American soldiers dies. This battle will be decisive in the further course of the war. Survivors tell about the factors that made it so hard to conquer the coastlines. The animated images show it all.

Recent study shows that the chance of surviving the invasion beaches was 25%. Then how is it possible 50% of the men survived? This documentary which has been recognized as the best D-Day documentary ever tells a different story. A beautifully made detailed reconstruction shows what happened on that day on the beaches. In the first hour of the attack one third of the American soldiers dies. This battle will be decisive in the further course of the war. Survivors tell about the factors that made it so hard to conquer the coastlines. The animated images show it all. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Aaron C (au) wrote: Enchanting and endearing, both grey scraggly beasts. Nice soothing cinematography that's a delight from start to finish.

Ashley S (ag) wrote: Pretty budget movie but good to make fun of. Joey Lawrence is in it too. WHOA!

Drake L (it) wrote: Belly of the Beast is a movie about a guy named Stevan Seagal, who kills people. Then a man attacks him and kills him with a pistil (9 MM). And after that, steven seagal gets in a car and chase down the bad guys and kills them. a classic movie!!!!!!!!!

Darren P (us) wrote: You'll be on your phone so much they should call it Event VERIZON.

John A (de) wrote: This Entry Continues The Leprechaun Legend, Again With Another Decent Entry To The Series. This Film Has A Twist To The Stealing Gold Story Seen In The First Movie. Warwick Davis Returns As Te Darkly Comic Monster, With More Limericks To Laugh At.

Bradford G (it) wrote: I saw this years ago and only recently saw it again. While it doesn't quite have the punch that it once had, it is still an intriguing look at a subculture within a subculture. What once may have shocked or thrilled now tends to sadden as you realise very few of the people made it through this alive (for a variety of reasons). As much a look at tribal culture (and how people who have been marginalised and cast aside can ascend to "legendary" status) as anything else.

ManIsh A (mx) wrote: Robin Williams is the heart and soul of the film, and his comedic timing is unlike any others.

Michael B (de) wrote: TROMA films has produced and distributed some seminal trash, unfortunately the trailer for "Surf Nazis Must Die" is more entertaining than the entire film. It suffered from the thing that afflicted "Make Them Die Slowly" surf Nazis just would not die soon enough. Instead the film drifted through several illogical fire in an abandoned garage and ugly people having sex sequences, as well as extended surf footage. Not even Leroy's Mama can save the film with her firearms, hand grenades and stereotypical sass.

Edith N (ru) wrote: Step One, Ask Out the Girl There's a certain kind of high school which really only appeared in '80s teen movies. However, this high school had a bit more realism than most. There is more crossover between social circles than you saw in most of these movies. Not that you could slip from one group to the next in most of them, but certainly you would know people from another group. Life was wider than high school, after all. You would know people from church, or your parents would know each other. You would have known each other in childhood and switched into different groups as you got older. Your siblings might have been friends. Things like that. And that never quite showed up in most of these movies; about the only other one I can think of off the top of my head where that was an issue was [i]Heathers[/i]. In general, each clique in a school was in perfect isolation, interacting only when they actually went to classes, and that was never shown much anyway. Lucas (Corey Haim) is a freshman who is a science geek and musician in the band. One day, he is poking around, looking at bugs, when he sees Maggie (Kerri Green) playing tennis and falls in love. He's fourteen and she's sixteen, but he doesn't see that as any kind of problem. He loves her, and he is inexperienced in the ways of love enough so that he assumes that she'll just fall for him right back. He also doesn't notice that Rina (Winona Ryder) is in love with him. Or that Maggie is in love with Cappie (Charlie Sheen), the captain of the football team. Even if he knew that last, he'd figure it was safe, because Cappie is dating Alise (Courtney Thorne-Smith). Only Alise isn't blind, and she notices that Cappie is paying a great deal more attention to Maggie than her, so she dumps him. He finds solace in the arms of Maggie, so Lucas, in an attempt to get Maggie's attention back on him where he thinks it belongs, goes out for the football team. It's your basic high school melodrama, in short. It's sweet enough; Lucas is a likeable kid, though he is also fixated on the concept of everything that isn't going his way being "superficial." He also doesn't know that he doesn't know very much about girls, which causes more problems for him than anything else in the plot. He tries to show off for Maggie, thinking, I guess, that she'll never find out where he's lying to her. Only that never works. In many ways, the plot doesn't work if Lucas isn't inexperienced. However, the movie makes it clear that he's inexperienced and wrong, whereas in other movies, the story lets the person have things right. Other movies let people be impressed by the stupid thing the kid is doing. This is one of the things which elevates it above a lot of other terrible movies of its ilk and its era, not just the fact that it has a surprisingly good cast, even in minor roles. Lucas is wrong but lucky, I guess is what I'm saying, and that works out in the long run. And hey, how about that cast? Even some of the people in minor roles went on to have pretty decent careers. This is also the kind of role where I like Charlie Sheen best. He's gentle and kind and thoughtful. Yes, he's cool, and yes, he knows it. He stands up for Lucas even though he's the kind of person who, in real life and most movies, would be making the kid's life miserable just like all the other jocks. He doesn't want to fall for Maggie, because it's not fair to Alise or Lucas, but he can't help how he feels. In the end, he just stops pretending. Kerri Green didn't go on to do much, but Courtney Thorne-Smith was a "Hey, It's That Guy!" of the '90s and also appears in one of my Ultimate Summer Movies. (As does Charlie Sheen. So, you know, there's that.) Heck, Gary Cole even plays the minor role of the assistant coach, and Jeremy Piven is running around as one of the evil football players. If you're my age, lots of these moments are exciting and fun. Oh, I don't know if I need to add this movie to my collection of '80s classics. I'm not entirely sure it qualifies as a classic. It isn't as good as [i]The Breakfast Club[/i] or [i]Ferris Bueller's Day Off[/i], for example. However, I think there's a place in this world for genuinely sweet movies. It also teaches us that you need to be careful about the way you treat girls. It's entirely possible that Lucas might have had the chance to go out with Maggie if he had just asked her out. His dancing around the issue pretty much guaranteed that she didn't even know what was going on. And, of course, Rina was a cute enough girl herself, and she was genuinely interested in Lucas over and above the football players, even if she'd had a chance to hook up with one of them. It's high school. That's kind of how high school works. There's a great scene where the characters are in choir, and all of them are watching the object of their affection across the room. High school. Especially given that only Alise and Rina see where the next person is watching.

Michael M (ag) wrote: I usually don't like slow-paced films, and this is a REALLY slow film, but for some reason I have a soft spot for these period piece Japanese films. There's better ones out there, but if you're a fan of this type of thing you'll probably enjoy it.

Cindy V (nl) wrote: watching this movie, I had to wonder if David Lynch was influenced by John Frankenheimer. Rock Hudson is phenomenal. great movie - a hidden gem!

Patricia B (jp) wrote: A jewel which set the standard for excellent film making. Keep trying--I have never seen a film that compares.

Anna L (br) wrote: This is the best romance I have every watched. Period.

Paul D (br) wrote: This movie has a few decent parts, but I found the pacing to be a little slower than my childhood led me to believe. Watching it all these years later seemed like a bit of work. For what it is it is alright, but not quite the super hit I mistook it for when I was 10.