The Life and Death of Colonel Blimp
General Clive Candy lives through four decades of war and peace - from the Boer War to World War II - trying to stay true to his belief that "right will always defeat might" and trying to stay relevant while the world changes irrevocably around him.
- Stars:Roger Livesey, Deborah Kerr, Anton Walbrook, Roland Culver, James McKechnie, Albert Lieven, Arthur Wontner, David Hutcheson, Ursula Jeans, John Laurie, Harry Welchman, Reginald Tate, A.E. Matthews, Carl Jaffe, Valentine Dyall,
- Director:Michael Powell, Emeric Pressburger,
From the Boer War through World War II, a soldier rises through the ranks in the British military. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
The Life and Death of Colonel Blimp torrent reviews
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(mx) wrote: Very bad things? This is one of them.
(jp) wrote: A strange movie that left me bamboozled
(kr) wrote: When it comes to monster movies you just can't do any better than King Kong and Godzilla. What makes the first entry in the Gamera series a failure is that it borrows from Godzilla and anything original in the movie is not interesting and lacks entertainment. From out of the arctic comes a gigantic flying, fire-breathing turtle that sets its sights on destroying Tokyo. Now the main thing that bothered me besides the dubbing, especially for Kevin (one of the main character), was that is had Americans. Americans in a Japanese monsters movie? I'm not trying to be racist, but it just that our involvement isn't really required in this movie, I mean these are the same people that killed Godzilla. As the movie progress you'll questioned that you've seen it before, you have. The movie best moments are copied from Godzilla. One thing that bothers me is that the characters that see Gamera just go on TV with a ancient rock and say Gamera is real, and people believe them. The reason it's a problem is that in Godzilla the people got evidence to prove Godzilla was real, right here the character just say they saw it and are believed. Now time to talk about the ridiculous Turtle monster himself, Gamera. I'm not going to complain how the costume obviously looks fakes, but I will say it doesn't looks as good as Godzilla. For some reason this Turtle monster can breath fire, eat fire, and can fly with a rocket power shell. I don't get it, just like how in one scene it almost looks like he's dancing a little. Gamera only good moment is when he gets to destroy Tokyo, unfortunately the human characters have to kill that fun whenever they interrupt. Gamera as a monster just doesn't look menacing, even the citizens in one scene laugh at the idea of running away from a giant Turtle Gamera just doesn't have any good original ideas and the only good moments from the movie are ripped-off from Godzilla. Gamera isn't the worst movie monster movie i've seen in a movie, so I give it some points for actually trying to compete with Godzilla and making me laugh unintentionally. It might fails making a good first impression, but it succeeded in making me like the monster Gamera, whenever humans weren't involve much that is.
(jp) wrote: Remarkable personal story from the war, well acted with plenty of drama and feeling.
(nl) wrote: Beautiful movie about life and family, about with very deep and human characters we can relate to, and a heartwarming story.
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