The Siege of Firebase Gloria

The Siege of Firebase Gloria

A Marine patrol stops at Firebase Gloria at the start of the Tet Offensive during the Vietnam war. With the firebase attacked, the patrol remains to help defend it. The Marines barely hold off the VC (Viet Cong), but in the end, hold the base.

While leading his recon patrol on a hellish trek through enemy territory, Sergeant Major Hafner and his sidekick roll into a demoralized firebase and proceed to rebuild morale and fortifications in advance of the climactic battle with the VietCong. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Blind P (us) wrote: Palooka refuses to take a dive. Punishment is meted out, but does he win in the end? The bar here is raised by some excellent one shot techniques. Wide angles show a crowd and then the camera pans around to include various snippets of conversations. The multiple viewpoints add depth to the proceedings. The boxing itself seems a little ridiculous, but not on the grand scale of a Rocky 2 meat punching extravaganza. Not too many boxers would make a living if they went down so easily to overhand rights, but regardless of this it still works.

Pipe C (mx) wrote: me vale madre lo que digan de ella, es muy entretenida, y un agradable slasher noventero, es recomendable

Jeannine O (jp) wrote: Gross, twisted, and very, very funny. John Waters is the man.

Ryan S (kr) wrote: 4.5/5. Really entertaining, fun, sweet, and emotional. Very strong performances all around. Another winner from Spielberg.

Albie F (au) wrote: That movie was so great!

Bradley T (ru) wrote: Apparently, John Huston's "Beat The Devil", a project funded by Humphrey Bogart himself, was something of a debacle. Huston had no love for the first official script, having torn it up on the first day of filming. Luckily, he was able to have a 28 year old Truman Capote flown to Italy to throw something together. This movie speaks to Capote's prolific nature, because considering the daily deadlines he was under there are some great stretches of dialogue. "Look at that," Billy Dannreuther (Humphrey Bogart) explains cheekily to his wife Maria (Gina Lollobrigida), referring to the sweaty Chilean scoundrel O'hara trying to charm his way into their circle, "He drinks, he smokes, he philosophizes. At this rate we'll never get to the point." This film, which was initially conceptualized as a serious commentary about the exploitation of the undeveloped world became a farcical comedy of sorts. I can see why maybe audiences back in 1954 were thrown for a loop, because the tone of the story was more akin to the likes of "Ladykillers" by the Coens; ridiculous, eccentric characters with loose morals all driven by greed, required to work together but loathing each other's company. We have more of a capacity for this type of campy, quip driven humor nowadays, and are more likely to enjoy it than the same audience who watched "On The Waterfront" that same year. The story? Well, there's not much to it. Basically, Bogart plays a amicable caricature of his Maltese Falcon persona who is, like most of the rascals who convene in this film, sniffing around for a way to secure a financial future for he and his wife. He has these "associates"; a handful of minor hooligans who hone in the same mark, namely a very British gentlemen Harry Chelm played by Edward Underdown who has a line on Uranium rich real estate in South America. Edward's wife Gwendolen (Jennifer Jones) is trouble from the get go. She is a tad unstable, has a vivid imagination and makes false declarations seemingly just to toy with anyone who crosses her path. She falls in love with Bogey, Bogey simply humors her crush, meanwhile, Maria falls for Harry Chelm, nobody is particularly loyal to anyone else... meanwhile there is this assorted group of of wannabe criminals scheming to piggyback on Edwards good fortune. This leads to a boat trip from Ravollo to South America which merely serves as a change of environment for these kooky humans to trade lines. If you want to enjoy this movie, don't worry so much about the plot, certainly don't expect anything important to happen. This is a showcase for Capote, the Oscar Wilde of his day, to improvise and exercise his wit. Our generation grew up with Seinfeld, a show made glorious by its ability to make a whole bunch of something out of nothing. I recommend you watch this film with that in mind, and you shouldn't have any difficulty enjoying a rag tag bunch in a rag tag production worthy of its cult status. Bradley J. Timm