The Memphis Belle: A Story of a Flying Fortress
Documentary about the 25th and last bombing mission of a B17, the "Memphis Belle". The "Memphis Belle" took part in a great bombing raid on sub-pens in Wilhelmshafen, Germany. If she makes it back from this one, she'll be retired from combat and sent home. That is, if she makes it!
Fly with the brave men of The Great Flying Fortress on this genuine combat mission! The true story of the real plane and the real crew - actually filmed as it was happening!
- Stars:Stanley Wray, Robert Morgan, James A. Verinis, Robert J. Hanson, Charles B. Leighton, Harold P. Loch, John P. Quinlan, Cecil H. Scott, Vince Evans, Clarence E. Winchell, Casimer A. Nastal, Haywood Hansell, King George VI, Queen Elizabeth the Queen Mother, Ira C. Eaker,
- Director:William Wyler,
Documentary about the 25th and last bombing mission of a B17, the "Memphis Belle". The "Memphis Belle" took part in a great bombing raid on sub-pens in Wilhelmshafen, Germany. On their way ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
The Memphis Belle: A Story of a Flying Fortress torrent reviews
(br) wrote: Lauded as one of Allen's more underrated works, I felt this one was a turd. Out of the seven segments, I only found myself enjoying the last three, the public sex one, What's Your Perversion? the game show, and the final one with a look inside the body. I feel the other sketches were just not up par, which is the problem with anthology movies. There's always going to be a weaker part. I didn't like this one, and I do not consider it one of Woody Allen's better films.
(it) wrote: This brings us into the mystery incorporated versions of the scooby-doo movies! You will be getting a much better visual experience.
(gb) wrote: Up until now, it(TM)s been a pretty amazing year for Irish film. The Irish film industry has had success after success. Enjoyable movie, after enjoyable movie. And I(TM)m really glad to say that trend is now continuing, thanks to Parked.It(TM)s the story of Fred (Colm Meaney) who lives in his car, in a seaside car park. A man of few words and at the same time a man who(TM)s face tells a thousand tales. In between failed attempts at signing on the dole and successful fiddling with clocks, Fred(TM)s existence is as barren as the ocean landscape he see(TM)s through his windscreen. That is until Cathal (Colin Morgan) turns up, complete with his own car and drug addiction. Cathal almost instantaneously brightens up Fred(TM)s bleak little world and the two become close friends, getting into a scrape or 2 along the way. As they grow closer, Cathal encourages Fred to ask out Jules, an attractive music teacher, and at the same time Fred attempts to get Cathal clean and sober.There(TM)s only one way to describe Parked. And that(TM)s mesmerizing. Firstly, this isn(TM)t the type of role many people are used to seeing Colm Meaney in. Whilst Parked has a few comedic moments, these are quite natural, and not in the usual Jaaayyyyssssuuuussss? Meaney style. His face just sucks you into his world and within the first few minutes, you are genuinely feeling sorry for character and are completely rooting for him. At times, Colm Meaney(TM)s performance is almost hypnotic. It(TM)s almost like a real life documentary at times, and that is testament to a really, award winning performance. I(TM)d go as far as saying, it(TM)s Meany(TM)s best performance to date. His on screen counterpart is played by Colin Morgan, who again, is equally outstanding. His portrayal of a junkie is incredibly honest and heart warming at times. And if there was ever a huge star in the making, Morgan is it.At 94 minutes, Parked isn(TM)t exactly what you(TM)d call a long movie. But, man, do you get value for money. There(TM)s not a moment goes by where it(TM)s not evoking some emotion out of the audience. It(TM)s gripping. It(TM)s heart warming and heart breaking. It(TM)s incredibly well timed, given the current economic climate . And for me, and I don(TM)t know why, there is something genuinely magical seeing Colm Meaney on the streets of Dublin (albeit short lived). From a directorial point, Darragh Byrne seems to make every second count and the performances he has gotten out his cast is phenomenal.It(TM)s a movie that tragically, won(TM)t be for everybody as It is quite dark, in tone and style. If I had to be really critical, I would have like to get a bit more background to Meaney(TM)s character and it feels slightly rushed towards the end. That aside, this is a movie that will have a profound effect on the those who go to see it. And whilst it(TM)s not something I(TM)d be rushing out to watch again, it leaves such a mark, it doesn(TM)t matter. It(TM)ll be parked in your head for some time to come! A must watch!
(ru) wrote: How the truth holds so much more than B.S. people say or think about us or even use against us.
(au) wrote: Back to the Future made in Bollywood Ishtyle .. ! lots of pointless scenes, totally mindless plot ... lots of gaana, romance and some action! Add to this: - Mrs. Bachchan looking her plastic self - Akshay with a horrible make up - Jokes which are beyond unfunny Why would any one make a movie like this ... let alone Vipul Shah who has actually made some classic movies ... ?
(gb) wrote: Masterfully acted and apparently a pretty accurate portrayal of the great Ray Charles' life story. I'm an action type of guy usually, but I can't stop watching this film. Any time someone puts it on, I'm watching like it's my first time. All the actors' interchange with each other is superior than what most movies have and the story of Ray Charles is indeed interesting enough to keep one craving to see (pun intended)!
(us) wrote: This was a major disappointment since I really enjoyed the first two movies in the series. But this wasn't even entertaining.
(de) wrote: A dull, blatant Batman knock off that features some of Liam Neeson's worst acting, occasionally accidental comedy and a lack of cohesion in it's narrative and flow.
(mx) wrote: i love love love this movie. it's low budget. it was filmed in about 2 weeks. i highly recommend it!!
(kr) wrote: love can't be end and hide its will happen its self
(gb) wrote: One of the movies thats so good, and yet it's hard to watch it again after seeing it the first time.
(nl) wrote: Watched this last night, really enjoyed it.
(br) wrote: Telling the semi-biographical story of Robert Stroud, Birdman relates his life from violent beginnings until his later years. Burt Lancaster superbly characterizes Stroud as a tragic hero. Despite a relatively simple plot following the progression in a man's life, Birdman is worth seeing. Ultimately, it is the charcters played by Lancaster, Karl Malden, and Thelma Ritter respectively, that make this movie. Ironically, by the end of the film after all he has accomplished the Birdman is still not a free man. Even if it is not completely historically accurate, this movie tells a great story. Having actually toured Alcatraz after viewing this film, I have to say it resonated with me even more.