The Breaking Point
Based on the Hemingway novel To Have and Have Not. A fisherman with money problems hires out his boat to transport criminals.
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Gene A (it) wrote: one of the dumbest movies ive ever seen. what a waste of time
Paul E (mx) wrote: I thought Snakes on a Plane was bad, Snakes on a Train makes it look like a blockbuster!
Mona Y (ru) wrote: ??A must see movie, Omar el Sherif as brilliant as always
Christopher B (ca) wrote: I really enjoyed the movie
Indu R (ca) wrote: I thought this movie was funny. The cast was good and it was somewhat entertaining as it is with movies from SNL sketches.There was not much of a plot in that the movie was about their return to the home planet and then escaping back to Earth.
Noah A (fr) wrote: A true legendary comedy that is not afraid to offend everyone at the same time. A+
Tony P (gb) wrote: My review is going to be controversial in some quarters because this film based on the classic D.H.Lawrence novel is so highly regarded.I was left utterly confused.Should I read the novel?Can any English lit teachers/students provide me with info on what is going on?All I saw was two couples with a few homoerotic scenes with Oliver Reed and Alan Bates. (nude wrestling)The highlights of the film for me were a small role of a German gay who I recognised as Kronsteen off From Russia With Love.The 1920s period cinematography was good as was the acting of Glenda Jackson and the late Oliver Reed.I went to a school that didn't use DH Lawrence novels in its English lessons. Kes and Of Mice and Men were our limit I think.Im going to watch this film again in a few days and try and get my noggin round the subject.
Anssi V (gb) wrote: An enjoyable film for several reason. First of all, the main actors are terrific. They're talented, charming and fit into their roles very well. Most of the movie's good sides can be attributed to them. The story itself is relatively basic. Young officer meets a beautiful girl, they fall for each other, problems occur. Nothing wrong with basics, and seeing that this is such an old film, I could easily say that the story is a classic. Truthfully, I don't have much to complain about. The settings and the dialogue are kind of bare, but this is an old film - it's part of its charm, really. It's the ending that I didn't like. You would expect it to go one way, given the conventional clich (C)s and all, but it decides to be somewhat radical and to go another way. In this case, I would have preferred the clich (C)d ending. Aside from that, a good film.
Bob B (fr) wrote: Quite possibly my favourite movie of all time. An action thriller about a Vietnam war veteran dealing with PTSD and anti war rhetoric at home. A shame the successive movies turned into complete comic book clown shows. To me, First Blood is the only Rambo movie in existence.
Mad M (de) wrote: Classic. It's hard to say whether the first or the second was better.
Jeff S (it) wrote: Decent gore, but the rest is a joke. Horrible acting, terrible lighting, stupid dialogue, and boring characters. Lacks diversity in the kill sequences as well. Not a lot going for this one..
Qi Z (es) wrote: An ensemble piece questioning the purpose of life