The Dawn Patrol

The Dawn Patrol

World War I ace Dick Courtney derides the leadership of his superior officer, but Courtney is soon promoted to squadron commander and learns harsh lessons about sending subordinates to their deaths.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:108 minutes
  • Release:1930
  • Language:English,German,French
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:explosion,   medal,   1910s,  

World War I ace Dick Courtney derides the leadership of his superior officer, but Courtney is soon promoted to squadron commander and learns harsh lessons about sending subordinates to their deaths. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


The Dawn Patrol torrent reviews

Bill W (de) wrote: Very funny with lots of action

Alec L (es) wrote: Another excellent vehicle for Ferrell's comedic style, Blades of Glory is unique in its subject matter (even if it traffics a bit too much in homophobic comedy) and in its sense of humor. Ridiculous and entertaining, Blades of Glory will satiate the viewer's desire for simple, strait forward and simple comedic entertainment. The timing and chemistry between the entire cast is excellent, and Amy Poehler and Will Arnet's turn as an incredibly unique pair of psychopathic skaters is perhaps the highlight of the film. But this film is also a vehicle perfectly suited for Farrell's comedic skills as the overly large, bumbling and deluded male interested only in himself.

TheRantingAnchor R (au) wrote: By far the best in the series.

Amelia B (es) wrote: one of my favorite movies <333

Sanity Assassin (br) wrote: low budget but enjoyable "cannibal" movie. to be honest there's a lack of cannibals until the last ten minutes... it's more of an adventure flick than anything remotely creepy. the acting was so so. i thought me me lai got into the part pretty well... plus she runs around in it alot... well... just watch it... ha hah

Jeremy L (de) wrote: A film that was on the crest of the environmental movement before it became what it is today, politics.

Roy Q (ru) wrote: I think most people did not understand this moviie, the computer evolved from the human data it collected from its designers programs and decided to procreate in order to feel and serve mankind better..By any and All means necessary--even was never shut down as some critics and analysts say, it found a way to download into a human baby using the DNA of its victims whom had lost a daughter to an incurable illness, and a genetic cocktail of it's own design, with a somewhat alarming but pleasant surprise at the end.With Home Automation now in its 4th Generation, a remake is past due...1 thing, get me involved:)

Etienne B (kr) wrote: le film tire un peu en longueure... mais trs bien jou !

Asif K (ca) wrote: space monster ????? lame

Alexander C (kr) wrote: Will have to watch this one. Not necassarily good or bad. Will see. Want to watch!

K D (de) wrote: Never has arguing and screaming been so enjoyable! Very comedic farce on the theater world, a world which John Barrymore had excelled in for most of his career and you could sense it in this film. Carole Lombard showed her extensive range in this film, but was truly a comic at heart. I also enjoyed Walter Connolly's character... who seemed to always be turning things upside down for Oscar Jaffe and deservedly so. The ending was certainly very direct but certainly put a cap on the entire story.

Jack G (mx) wrote: One of the finest movies ever made!

Michael G (br) wrote: Beat the Devil is too comedy to be an adventure movie and too much of an adventure movie to be a comedy. You'd think getting John Huston & Humphrey Bogart (and Peter Lorre, too!) together again would be a great thing but the more I see of Bogart's filmography from the 50s, the more I realize that it just wasn't his decade. Beat the Devil is just a collection of unrealized possibilities. A great con picture that never happened, a great heist picture that could've been and what in the hell could possibly possess a man to choose Jennifer Jones over Gina Lollobrigida? Beyond that you're just in for some nice scenery (Lollobrigida included) and a mess hiding behind the guise of amusement at the end.

Chuck R (jp) wrote: First, I'm an occasional musician and life long Hank fan. I play a lot of his music. I once lived in Montgomery and even got to meet a few of the old guys that knew Hank at a barbershop. Their recollections were that he was a drunk and a mess. Those insights that lead me to think that the portrayal was pretty much spot on. My assessment is that Tom Hiddleston became Hank. His accent, mannerisms, look and attitude match everything I know about Hank Williams. I won't get into the technical nuances such as script timing and other smart sounding "critic" devices that drove people nuts about this movie. For me, the thing that distracted me was his use of current, northern lingo, which I guess was a product of the script writer. For example, I can never imagine Hank Williams saying "good to go". Just wouldn't happen with a guy from Mt. Olive, AL. Ever. There are many other examples. And the guy who played Red Foley as a rotund rube: he was a classically trained vocalist and as dapper as anyone in the business. A bit of an insult to another country icon. One other upside: the instruments appear to be the same Gibson J-45 and Martin D-45's that Hank used. All-in-all, it's easy to pick something apart. But for me, Hiddleston's performance alone made watching the film worthwhile. No matter what Hank III says.