The Thin Red Line
Based on the graphic novel by James Jones, The Thin Red Line tells the story of a group of men, an Army Rifle company called C-for-Charlie, who change, suffer, and ultimately make essential discoveries about themselves during the fierce World War II battle of Guadalcanal. It follows their journey, from the surprise of an unopposed landing, through the bloody and exhausting battles that follow, to the ultimate departure of those who survived. A powerful frontline cast - including Sean Penn, Nick Nolte, Woody Harrelson and George Clooney - explodes into action in this hauntingly realistic view of military and moral chaos in the Pacific during World War II.
- Category:Action, Drama, War
- Stars:Jared Leto, George Clooney, Woody Harrelson, John Travolta, Jim Caviezel, Sean Penn, Nick Nolte,
- Director:Terrence Malick,
In 1942, Private Witt is a U.S. Army absconder living peacefully with the locals of a small South Pacific island. But when he is discovered, Witt is debriefed by a senior officer and returned to an active duty unit preparing for what will be the Battle of Guadalcanal which gives him an opportunity to explore nothing less than the nature of life, death, God, and courage. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
The Thin Red Line torrent reviews
(kr) wrote: We are what we eat, and this is an informative documentary that exposes some disturbing - yet not exactly unknown - truths about the food industry in the USA and shows how vital it is for people to start consuming natural/organic products in order to live healthy lives.
(au) wrote: "Friedberg & Seltzer" are not even trying
(au) wrote: anything on 'Taker, i WILL see it!
(ru) wrote: weird movie that tried to do the napoleon dynamite thing but since napoleon dynamite sucked so did this movie
(mx) wrote: Probably the best one.
(kr) wrote: A strong cast suffering through sloppy direction and wayward screenplay, that's the gist of the movie.
(ag) wrote: I should have read a little more on this sequel to Firestarter before I started watching it. I had no idea that it was a miniseries & I invested close to 3 hours on it. It's damn lucky to have Malcolm McDowell & Dennis Hooper in the cast because it ranges from tolerable to down right fucking awful. For how much extra meat is in this sequel it still feels like fast food. I should have eaten a flame broiled Whooper while watching this; it would have gone perfectly. Although the original is no classic this one is doing the story no favor by changing things up. It's just drawn out (for close to 3 fucking hours!) w/ some shotty special fx & a soddy ending. Save yourself the time & watch two other movies instead
(br) wrote: As I've said before, there is no one better qualified to tell a story than the people who originated it. In this case, the Greeks have adapted a tragedy from one of their well-known ancient playwrights and have given us this gem of a film. Overall, I was very impressed with what I saw here. All of the actors do a great job but there are times when all the emotional yelling and screaming tends to go overboard. But in a tragedy, I prefer too much emotion to too little. The production was especially impressive for a relatively unknown foreign film from the 70's. I thought that the editing could have been slightly better. The pacing is weighed down in parts with one or two too many still shots; a shot of Agamemnon's tent for 10 seconds, a shot of the beach for 15 seconds, then back to a shot of Agamemnon's tent for another 10 seconds, that sort of thing. Despite all this, Iphigenia excels as a presentation of one piece of one of the greatest stories in human mythology. One of the best shots is the very last one. It may mean more to those who have read the stories and know what the eventual end to this story entails. Too bad these guys never made a sequel!
(mx) wrote: Tragic, gut-wrenching, and doesn't hold any breathing room; "Lone Survivor" easily demonstrates the heart and soul of the people in the United States' NAVY Seals. They're heroes who will risk anything for their country and their brothers and sisters who they trained with. The movie is violent, bloody, and non-stop tension. Mark Wahlberg and the rest of the cast did an excellent job in bringing their real-life counterpart heroes to life. We feel and actually care for them. It's sad that we're living in a world that this kind of violence happen everyday. No one deserves this. War just brings more blood loss than joy.
(br) wrote: I forgot I've seen this one but I was dragged to it. But, anyways... it was a great movie. Great cast members and a great couple-up type lovy dovy movie.