Toy Soldiers

Toy Soldiers

After federal agents arrest a drug czar and put him on trial, the cartel leader's vicious son storms a prep school and takes its students hostage. They rebel against the armed intruders and try to take back their academy by any means necessary.

The movie follows a group of problem students at an all-male boarding school overtaken by terrorists together to wage a desperate and deadly campaign against terrorists who are trying to free a Colombian drug lord from an American prison. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Toy Soldiers torrent reviews

Willie M (br) wrote: The only possible entertainment someone could get from this awful, awful movie is the hilariously obvious blocks of fake 5-star reviews someone was probably paid to put on here (they were BUSY between August 19th and September 2nd, 2013!) - and the fact that DESPITE THAT it's still only got a 66% audience score.

John B (gb) wrote: Not bad. Not great mind you. The performances of Danes and Martin unfortunately can't save a lukewarm screenplay put together by Martin himself. Something about the relationships doesn't quite work either.

Gerrard R (jp) wrote: Very good movie. Acting was superb on all fronts. Story excellent - and why not - it was mostly true.

Kendall C (es) wrote: This will always hold a special place in my heart.

John R (de) wrote: While I enjoyed the movie and I love each of the lead actors, I found the pairing of the two of them a little odd. Gregory Peck just doesn't seem to be comfortable in this romantic comedy.

Brett C (jp) wrote: Review In A Nutshell:There are so many things wrong with this film. First off the acting was horrendous, leaving me cringing in the process. Second, the story was dull, lacking in the twists and suspense that are present in Hitchcock's great films. It was also so difficult to follow the plot as Hitchcock fails to establish both the characters and the story early in the film. Finally, the score in this film was so forced that I actually laughed a couple of times, along with a few sighs of loathing, instead of feeling immersed in the film's suspenseful atmosphere. The only aspect of the film I could compliment is its photography. The cinematographers wonderfully crafted this sense of darkness and eeriness on the film's background, but once the plot kicks into gear its atmosphere starts to change, coming off as generic and lacking in texture. Though I am aware that Hitchcock was forced into making this film by British International Pictures due to the poor commercial performance of his previous film East of Shanghai, but that doesn't mean he had to make a picture this awful. Long story short, Number Seventeen is an appalling film by Hitchcock.

Bass 9 (au) wrote: nothing is ever perfect.