Based on real-life events, Lt. Col. Michael Strobl, a volunteer military escort officer, accompanies the body of 19-year-old Marine Chance Phelps back to his hometown of Dubois, Wyoming. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Lt. Col. Michael Strobl, a volunteer military escort accompanies the body of Lance Cpl. Chance Phelps to his hometown in Wyoming.
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Tony L (es) wrote: After a long line of failures a boxing movie is finally worthy to be mentioned in the same sentence as Rocky!
Alex M (mx) wrote: It's hardly any kind of documenting masterpiece, but as a fan of the Williams sisters and as a tennis fan, I thought this was both informative and entertaining. I was rarely ever bored, and the documentary kept up a great pace, switching between their initial training and the challenges they have been facing recently. I wish there had been more footage and time dedicated to their teenage years, but regardless, it's still a balanced and highly entertaining documentary that any tennis player should watch.
Matt M (br) wrote: A woman is convinced there is more behind her mental disorder than her husband tells her and a detective gets help from an expelled cop in looking for a serial killer among France's Turkish community. Somehow, the two stories have an underground organisation in common, but the film obviously opted for the visual appeal rather than the narrative one, as the screenplay feels deeply flawed and the pace of the film contributes to its absolute mess.
Kathy L (it) wrote: Looks like Quentin Tarantino stole a scene from this movie for Django Unchained. They keep shooting each other and blood is spurting everywhere , but I the end they are all alive.
Luke T (nl) wrote: This film is a really good example of film-noir. There are lots of shadows to keep you on the edge-of-the-seat. The movie also made Rita Hayworth a huge star. This is the role for which she is probably best remembered for, and she is perfectly cast as the woman who begins a dangerous affair with a drifter in South America (Glenn Ford). Ford, here in his breakthrough role, gives a really good performance as Johnny Farrell, the man who will do whatever it takes to make sure he gets the woman of his dreams. Hayworth's dance numbers are really impressive to look at, because it has nice music in the background (Hayworth's singing voice is dubbed by Anita Ellis). The only thing which lets this film down in Charles Vidor's directing. Vidor did well with Cover Girl (1944), which also starred Hayworth, but here he could have done an awful lot better. However, this is film-noir which should not be missed.
James S (ca) wrote: Even with the addition of Lucile Ball (who never really gets to show off her comedy acting chops in the film at all) this proved to be one of the least funniest Marx Brothers movies I've seen. It's got some good lines scattered throughout the movie courtesy of Chico and Groucho's back and forth one liners, but it doesn't make it high up in the catergory of my favorite Marx Brothers movies. But for the avid fan of the brothers or just old comedies in general, you'll find something to enjoy and it'll be worth the watch for you. "I still think it's a terrible play, but it makes a wonderful rehearsal."
chris c (br) wrote: I like the soundtrack too. The testimonials from real rap artists (and the butthole surfers) made me laugh. A guilty pleasure.
Bill T (ru) wrote: Pretty standard horror fare here, showing almost no originality, almost just going through the paces. The only thing scary in this one is Alexis Arquette's goatee.
Benjamin B (it) wrote: Funny if you liked the twins in the movie with the funny scene of about their daddy then watch problem child 2
Ellen G (kr) wrote: Helt suvuren! For noen effekter de hadde p den tiden. S denne filmen da jeg var en svrt liten pige og er en av de filmene jeg alltid kommer til huske og som fr hrene p armene til reise seg...
Jenifer M (jp) wrote: If you like Christian Slater then you will enjoy this movie it was pretty good!
Tiffany M (au) wrote: Really cheesy 80's dance movie. So basically, it was amazing! :p So much fun to watch with my 9 year old. :)