The Arrow

The Arrow

This series tells the story of the world's fastest fighter plane ever built, in 1950's Canada, and how the project was dropped due to political pressure from the United States.

The true story of how Canada built and destroyed the world's most advanced fighter plane back in the 1950s. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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The Arrow torrent reviews

Kenna R (es) wrote: A sequel to an already bad movie? No thanks.

Luc L (gb) wrote: Not an effective film.

Matt M (de) wrote: Following an episode of gun violence in a small town high school, outsider Alicia is practically forced to spend time and help a girl who survived the shooting while being investigated on the episode. The film also has heavy dramatic backdrops in the history of the individual characters. While it inevitably looks like the less stylised version of Gus van Sant's Elephant, and has a dull pace and a screenplay often filled with clichs, one cannot deny that it has its dramatic impact and also find the conversations between the two girls compelling and thought provoking.

Lilo C (kr) wrote: Actually its a slow Action Movie. Action? I dont know if the word Action is right for this Movie. Its maybe a Thriller. What I loved and can never forget about the Movie ARE the last 15 Minutes. Really Fantastic. Boom Boom Boom. I wont rate it as Adventure. ehh?? Well I love when Lundgren plays Soldier or well a tough Characters. Even when he plays a Priest he is tough. Action where Lundgren appears. Gina Bellman was so Sweet lookin in this Movie. She is such a cool Actress, I like her acting and even her real personality. She is AWESOME. :DAND NOW LILOZ Final thoughts abt Lundgren as Actor. I use to lub this guys acting and hope he goes on making some great Movies, but I think he should take roles which suite him and his age.

jesse m (au) wrote: A mainstream entry in the slasher genre, here we have a politically outspoken gender prejudiced serial killer bent on killing women. Pretty well made, with big stars moving things along. Not for fans of Gore or the more schlocky slasher pickings.

Torgeir N (fr) wrote: HEHE. Viss ein har sans for ei blanding av det ekle og det hysterisk morosame. Har du sansen for denne, likar du nok meir av filmmakar Ettore Scola. Alt han har laga er storveges.

Private U (ca) wrote: Beautiful cinematography, interesting story, bizarre setting - this film has some of everything. It's ultimately more than a simple exploitation (or "nunsploitation" as the case may be) film - it's lovingly crafted.

Jesse M (mx) wrote: What started out as a cool strut in Eleven suddenly became a stumble in Twelve. Thankfully Thirteen is not an unlucky number in this case as the third film in the fun heist trilogy picks itself back up, dusts off it's leisure suit and concludes it's cool strut to the much more satisfying finish line.

Doug K (ru) wrote: not a normal movie. not a bad thing, but i suggest not being hopped up on pain meds while watching. focus needed.

Alexander P (ru) wrote: Kubrick's gorgeous period-piece brings tears with visuals, not story. If Da Vinci had a camera, this would've been his masterpiece.