Hutton is a leader of a group of military students who determine to fight in an armed revolt against authorities. They are eager to save their school, but an terrible accident occurs which leads to a tragedy. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Bella A (ca) wrote: There was no lack of Buck in this movie. In fact, this movie showed everything that Buck was, whether it be his love of horses or his bond with his daughter. This movie truly captured every point and perception of Buck as well as his own perception of himself, and that was a beautiful thing.
Matt L (fr) wrote: This movie sucks horribly. Josh Holloway what are you doing in this piece of crap with the awful Chris Brown.
Moya W (nl) wrote: I have mentioned before that I don't like directors that starr in their own movies, for me that's selfishness to a level that I can't really tolerate, especially when they starr as the main character. It's one thing if it had been a bit part, but when it's the actual main character I find it quite egotistical. But aside from that it was an okay and humorous comedy. All the actors did great and all the stories had depth. It was an enjoyable movie with humour and emotion but I probably woudn't see it again.
JohnnyLee T (kr) wrote: Rarely do violence and comedy/satire go well together. This film is not the exception.
Omar S (jp) wrote: Pretty good, from what I remember. Hey, its Ralphie (or Messy Marvin). Still a good 80s movie. Everyone watned a bike like that. :D
Adrian B (nl) wrote: Title character Norma Rae (Sally Field) works a sewing mill and has changed positions from seamstress to monitor of duties performed by her colleagues. She soon becomes frustrated with the working conditions of the facilities for which she is part of and becomes intrigued by a union member from the east for wants to help her protest the major issue. Now Norma is at the height of controversy in her small town. The actress, Field, also succeeds at being the height of annoyance perhaps within this film. This is what the Academy deems as Oscar worthy acting? Ugh! The film takes too long to get to get going and when it does, the viewer, me, does not want to watch it. Pretty pretentious, irritating, and forgettable.
Stuart K (it) wrote: After making his directorial debut with Oh! What a Lovely War (1969), Richard Attenborough followed it up with this epic adventure about England's most famous Prime Minister in his early years, from his 1930 autobiography My Early Life: A Roving Commission. It makes for a good film, mixing British aristocracy, heroics in the battlefield and entry into politics. It has an all star cast mixing drama with a little dry wit too. This tells the story of Winston Churchill (Simon Ward), or rather his early life and his rise to school, which was tough, especially under his strict headmaster (Robert Hardy), and how the death of his father Lord Randolph Churchill (Robert Shaw) affected him deeply. But, he remained close to his Anglo-American mother Jeanette Jerome (Anne Bancroft), and Churchill ended up as a cavalry officer in India and the Sudan, where he ends up serving under Lord Kitchener (John Mills), and then his travels to South Africa to fight in the Second Boer War, and Churchill's subsequent capture and escape to Portuguese East Africa, and then his entry into politics at the age of 25. You couldn't tell Churchill's life in one film, but his early years make for an entertaining watch, with Attenborough getting the best from his cast, and even Ward manages to do the great man justice, and has a bit of fun along the way. But, the appearances from greats like Anthony Hopkins, Ian Holm, Edward Woodward, Patrick Magee, John Woodvine, Norman Rossington and Jane Seymour compliment the film.
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