A Marine Corps drill instructor who is disgusted by the fact that the Corps now accepts draftees finds himself pitted against a hippie who has been drafted but refuses to accept the military's way of doing things. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
A Marine Corps drill instructor who is disgusted by the fact that the Corps now accepts draftees finds himself pitted against a hippie who has been drafted but refuses to accept the military's way of doing things.
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Willem V (us) wrote: One of the best results from the Dutch horror revival of 2007.
Tentacle m (kr) wrote: sounds good, i want to see it
Bill N (ru) wrote: funny! keeps you smiling! golden cast!
Allie L (de) wrote: Dude, so incredibly cute and you're completely invested very very early on in all of the characters. Michael Douglas was very endearing and funny in this; Tobey Maguire was really emo and it was hysterical; Katie Holmes was rather unneeded but she wasn't that bad; Robert Downey Jr was adorable, as always. Surprisingly funny and really sweet.
Dimitris S (de) wrote: Je: I am a man who wants to love a woman. Tu: as in the second person who I'm responding to,and yet nothing is quite certain or as it was supposed to be...Il: domineering,bipolar,strict,even truck-drivers get the blues!Elle: fierce,emotional,witty,the artistic,carnal fulfillment for both sexes.Result: ?Argument: "Being a woman is a terribly difficult task since it consists principally in dealing with men" Joseph Conrad
mark d (ru) wrote: Two years before Breathless, before Godard was talking about needing a girl and a gun, 26-year-old Louis Malle unveiled this brash debut: a brilliant, preposterous slice of noir-suspense realism and Highsmithian mistaken identity, imbued with the poetry of romantic despair, mostly voiced directly into the camera by Jeanne Moreau - a captivating kind of choric-fatale, with dark sensuous shadows under the eyes. She is a wealthy married woman, Mme Florence Cabala, who in this era when capital punishment (the "scaffold") was very much on France's statute book, hatches the imperfect crime with her lover, ex?paratrooper Julien (Maurice Ronet). Chaotically, their paths cross with gamine florist's assistant, Vronique (Yori Bertin), and her teen boyfriend, Louis (Georges Poujouly). They are the younger generation, contemptuous of their elders' imperial adventures and behaviour during the Occupation, but apparently just as cynical and greedy. It ends in violence and with a cop on their trail: Cherrier, played by Lino Ventura (seen in Claude Sautet's recently revived 60s thriller Classe Tous Risques). It is not free of plot-holes - audiences are entitled to ask how a certain grappling-hook could become detached from a rail and fall to the pavement - but what a supremely stylish and watchable picture it is. Visiting the crime scene, the investigating prosecutor (Hubert Deschamps) drolly calls it a classical tragedy, and it does observe the Aristotelian unity of time, unfolding over 24 hours.
Brian B (de) wrote: I have so much love for this movie.
Matheus L (ca) wrote: Meu primeiro filme no cinema.Eu era f de MK na infncia =P
owen b (fr) wrote: I actually quite like transformers: dark of the moon. it is without question a massive improvement over revenge of the fallen. before this movie came out, I was concerned but curious. the fact the megatron turned into a human truck was cool. the fact that the film introduced shockwave (even though he didn't do shit throughout), sentinel prime, and the wreckers. ratchet has a new paint job and the debut of wheeljack are good additions.Owens grade: B