The Desert Rats

The Desert Rats

Richard Burton plays a Scottish Army officer put in charge of a disparate band of ANZAC troops on the perimeter of Tobruk with the German Army doing their best to dislodge them

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:88 minutes
  • Release:1953
  • Language:English,German
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:cannon,   escape,   explosion,  

Richard Burton plays a Scottish Army officer put in charge of a disparate band of ANZAC troops on the perimeter of Tobruk with the German Army doing their best to dislodge them. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


The Desert Rats torrent reviews

Brandon W (mx) wrote: Christopher Landon is back to the directing chair and has created Paranormal Activity: The Marked Ones while still writing it. While it may be marginally better than Paranormal Activity 4, The Marked Ones is still a bad movie that doesn't really do much that's new. The acting is fine and some parts are interesting, but that's because it's just something happening going on and most of the movie is just full although there are some moments that are funny. The ideas in here are not really new and just remind me of other films that are better than this. The sacred are not really effective and just come up as predictable. It does get rid of some stuff that's related to the series which I like, but it's not replaced with things that are better. Most of the time I don't know why it's being filmed, and the characters are nothing special in here, just plain boring. The movie answered some questions, but asked even more questions. The climax of the film is so idiotic that I honestly wanted to see one of the guys shoot the witches for the rest of the film, and the end twist really lost me because for the first 2 Paranormal Activity movies, they were just simple ghost stories that are the way that they are. When the third Paranormal Activity showed up and found a cult for the ghost itself, I was honestly fine with that as it had the right tone for it, and never felt out of place for me. As for this film, it went up straight to science fiction territory, and that's not what Paranormal Activity is about for the genre of it. Paranormal Activity: The Marked Ones is a pointless movie that I'm losing hope of the series.

Bengel W (us) wrote: One of those odd quiet films that wrap a little truth (Ginnie Wade) with modern silliness giving one of those quaint entertainments that makes one laugh. Gentle photography takes in the scenery with a quiet beauty that you may find restful and this is needed during all the other giggles. Nibbles: Pancakes with lemon and sugar.

Annika C (ru) wrote: Oh gosh, it's a terrible movie... Two thumbs up for SRK's and Kajol's acting, but the story is so psycho, lol. When I finished watching it I hoped not to have nightmares at night. :P Btw, Shahrukh looks so frightening with the green contact lenses :S

Sera C (fr) wrote: I was told that I would love this movie after I told Steve about "The Chocolate War"... What can I say? I have a think for Irish Catholics...

Bryan W (jp) wrote: W: 0. Not worth watching.

hillary f (ru) wrote: Debbie doing drama is interesting, basically because after proving so deft at the adorable girl-next-door/Tammy kind of roles, she really proves her worth with an edgier film like this. It's not a great movie and actually kind of drags, but certainly not because of her - she's grade A fab as usual.

Justin R (mx) wrote: Every aspiring lawyer should watch this movie--if only for the realization that your legal career will never be as glamorous as this.

Anthony T (ru) wrote: Don't think this film aged well but it's still a funny little campy horror

Ugi S (gb) wrote: In "Sling Blade", Billy Bob Thornton's performance alone will makes you enjoyed, it's unforgettable and uh-huh I reckon. And the character study and script is absolutely subtle and masterful indeed. May be it remind us to "Forrest Gump", but I assure you that "Sling Blade" is better than that.

Scott M (mx) wrote: Very formulaic, no twists or surprises, very few jokes and very disjointed dialogue. Some actors wished they were somewhere else