An army major, himself guilty of cowardice, is asked to recommended soldiers for the Congressional Medal of Honor during the Mexican Border Incursion of 1916. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
They Came to Cordura
An army major, himself guilty of cowardice, is asked to recommended soldiers for the Congressional Medal of Honor during the Mexican Border Incursion of 1916.
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Chris D (ru) wrote: The only stories that are able to get away with pointless and inane endings such as this are the Earthworm Jim series of video games.
Marlon M (us) wrote: Not for the easily bored since -it's based on a play- the whole thing takes place in a single room. Then again it's Tommy lee jones and Sam Jackson playing two characters who have very different set of beliefs having an amazing philosophical conversation.
Yinal R (it) wrote: Very fun movie, realistic, and worth seeing.
Tim C (gb) wrote: This movie looks good. When's it coming out on DVD?
jay n (jp) wrote: Superficial overview of the champ's life.
Ilsa L (mx) wrote: Interesting real life murder mystery set in Savannah, Georgia featuring an eclectic assortment of colourful local characters.
Cheryl L (br) wrote: Quite silly, but at the same time some funny parts. A bit slow overall though.
Kevin R (fr) wrote: I smell a bozo.Kermit and his friends are treasure hunting freedom fighters that thwart off countless attacks from pirates. Can Kermit and his friends find the treasure and keep it from the pirates or will a new super pirate emerge that Kermit and his friends can't stop?"I hate my life.""I hate your life. If I had a life, I'd hate my life too if I had one."Brian Henson, director The Muppet Christmas Carol, Jack and the Beanstalk: The Real Story, and episodes of Sid the Science Kid and Nightmares & Dreamscapes, delivers Muppet Treasure Island. The storyline for this picture was just okay and not overly interesting. The acting was as you'd expect for the genre and the cast included Tim Curry, Billy Connolly, and Frank Oz."Aren't you supposed to be fighting against us?""Are you kidding? I love you guys!"I watched this with my daughter about a week ago off Netflix. We didn't enjoy this as much as Muppets: The Movie, but it was still fun to watch unfold. Overall, this is worth a viewing but nothing special."The one legged man brings death."Grade: C+/B-
Evan H (au) wrote: I liked some parts but I have to say it moves pretty slowly at times. The lesbian subtext was pretty interesting between the two main leads. The storyline overall was mixed up and hard to understand at times. It's still worth seeing, though!
Paul D (kr) wrote: Low-key romantic crime thriller with an emphasis on the relationship. It's an ultimately depressive storyline, but well made.
Samantha S (kr) wrote: was ok ,looked low budget but good if ur into martial arts.
Joey Q (ca) wrote: A childhood favorite for most my age. I do wonder how much would have been changed if this movie had been made in today's "politically correct" soft society
Christopher H (mx) wrote: Sean Connery retires from the 007 role and incomes Australian model-turned-actor George Lazenby to fill in his massive shoes. Does he succeed?OHMSS was the first in the franchise to attempt the depiction of a more-vulnerable James Bond and this movie also breaks one of the franchises biggest cliches at this point...James Bond gets married to the Bond girl!This movie has a lot of good things going for it. The cast is very well-rounded. Diana Rigg plays Tracy, daughter of a mobster and the woman that Bond falls in love with, and she is fantastic. Equally fantastic is Telly Savalas, who replaces Donald Plleasence as Bond's arch nemesis Blofeld. I think Savalas is my personal favorite actor to play Blofeld because he feels more like a person that can exist in real life.The ski-chase action set pieces are also a joy to watch and first-time director Peter R. Hunt does a pretty decent job, at times giving the proceedings a very 60's trippy vibe.Not only that, but John Barry offers some of his best music compositions for this entry.It's just a shame about Lazenby though. Lazenby's lack of acting experience really sticks out like a sore thumb and in a way, perfectly demonstrates the fact that playing 007 is not as easy of a feat as one might expect. Despite having a decent chemistry with Rigg, Lazenby's performance just left me cold due to his lack of one-screen presence and it doesn't help that most of his dialogue was awkwardly dubbed in post-production due to his heavy Australian accent. The only time Lazenby displays any sincere acting chops is in the film's heart-breaking ending. Despite Hunt showcasing decent prowess for a first-time director, his weakness lies in filming hand-to-hand fight sequences because the editing gets so choppy and the bizarre camera angles really brings unintentional comedy to some fights scenes. Also this movie was just way too long for me and could have used a better editor at the helm because I found myself bored a few too many times, especially during the drawn-out second act in which James Bond is undercover in Blofeld's lair. In the end, a part of me deeply admires how much this film attempted to shake things up with the franchise but in the end it's unique elements never end up combining into a satisfying whole.
Kefu Z (br) wrote: Watched this before on the airplane and rewatched it some time ago and the story is not bad at all. It gives me full of amusement even though there is no romantic part in this movie. China is completely reimagined inside the story though.