The Fighting Sullivans

The Fighting Sullivans

The lives of a close-knit group of brothers growing up in Iowa during the days of the Great Depression and of World War II and their eventual deaths in action in the Pacific theater are chronicled in this film based on a true story.

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Beverly G (nl) wrote: This picture is delicious if you like drama. It helped me to make better sense from death. It's the first picture that I have ever watched where a valuable person was lost and I didn't feel like crying. I felt overwhelmed with joy. Thanks.

Valentina K (ca) wrote: One of the dumbest and most horribly-acted films I've ever seen. I hope nobody watches this. Ever.

Ole J (kr) wrote: An enlightening documentary about the origin and use of the car bomb, from the first horse carriage in the US, to today car bombs in Iraq etc.It starts out very good, with a lot of history and a good time line, but gets a bit to American at the end, and then this happened to us, and then, and then...An all right documentary, but nothing special.

David B (de) wrote: Brilliant! Brilliant! Brilliant!

Blake P (kr) wrote: Xavier (Duris) is a writer who's at a point in his life where he realizes his plans have been going nowhere. During his friend William's (Bishop) wedding, Xavier reflects on the past year. We find him dating every woman in the book, all which are unfulfilling in his life. The only women in his life that make a difference, are the goal-driven Martine (Tautou) and his lesbian pal Isabelle (France), who both give him advice during all of his creative mishaps. His luck changes when he gets the chance to work with writer Wendy (Reilly), who soon enough he falls in love with. Finding that this is the chance to finally have a good life, Xavier does his best to maintain it. "Les Poupes Russes" is a light and charming romantic comedy that is definitely heartwarming, but it never ever uses the cliches so well known to the "frothy comedy" genre. Instead, it's a very realistic look at relationships and how life works out, and that's just one of the things I liked. At its long run-time, the director fills the scenes with flashbacks, dates, and conversations, all coming from Xavier and the people in his life, but because Klapisch seems to have a good eye for comedy, the film's length never seems to drag. This is a movie really worth watching. Duris is a wonderful leading man and carries the film on his shoulders with strength, but by the time the movie's over it's not him you're remembering-- it's the supporting cast. France is perfectly cast as the wisecracking lesbian pal (and she did end up winning the French version of the Oscar), Tautou is memorable in her small role, and Reilly is very good and provides a lot of sympathy for her character. In the end "Les Poupes Russes" was an enjoyable experience that most people should like. Recommended.

Ulises L (gb) wrote: Great sports story involving themes like rags to riches, brotherhood, passion vs. talent, and family. its a story about two Mexican peasants that miraculously get recruited to play professional futbol. One is a striker and the other is a goalie to represent the rivalry between the two. The brotherly chemistry between Luna and Bernal is amazing and they really interact as if theyre sibblings, it's so believable that it made me smirk thinking of past arguments, debates and disagreements I've had with my own older brothers. All the characters in movie are great and even though i know Bernal was supposed to be the star, Luna steals the movie with his authentic mannerisms and slang of a Mexican hick. The talent manager who discovers them is the narator of the movie and to be honest I usually dislike narrators but this time it highlighted and aplified certain parts of the movie where he would use soccer metaphors to life, women, war, and brotherhood. Overall it was an excellent film and I know I will see it multiple times and enjoy each time even more.

Yash B (it) wrote: It's a pretty funny movie, even though its super silly. Will Ferrell fans will definitely be pleased by it.

James L (au) wrote: Wonderful movie with a great soundtrack.

Justin S (mx) wrote: Liked the camp setting and the characters. Decent job as Angela. Some gruesome deaths, she kills everyone and lives

Anne F (ag) wrote: Margaret Lockwood as Miss Marple, a wonderful casting which really gives the feel of Agatha Christie's novels.

Stuart P (mx) wrote: A poorly acted mess of a movie. The only thing mildly compelling about it is Mann's inimitable style and well shot action scenes.

Bradley N (mx) wrote: No where near a bad a critic's make it out to be but the ending takes a dump all over the ending of Stephen King's Novella.

Wes S (fr) wrote: Stock plot points, some of which aren't that great on their own, still make this another super entry, but this film is way too silly compared to the previous installments. Constant slapstick that feels out of place, not to mention a certain actor who probably shouldn't have a place in the franchise. That's not to say the film isn't fun from it all, but it is a bit much of a letdown.

James E (jp) wrote: Watched this in Full 1080 3D and it was fantastic!! Recommended!!