Set in the civil war, the stooges are spies for the north. They impersonate southern officers and infiltrate the enemy ranks to get valuable information. On the run when they are discovered, they hide in a cannon and are blown back to their northern headquarters.
Set in the civil war, the stooges are spies for the north. They impersonate southern officers and infiltrate the enemy ranks to get valuable information. On the run when they are discovered... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Uncivil Warriors torrent reviews
(mx) wrote: Cute. But more drama than comedy, I'd say. Possibly a rom-com.
(fr) wrote: 'Ek Tha Tiger' (There once was a tiger) wins a game and loses another. In terms of being a 'Spy who loved me' story, it is more humane and more fun than many Bond movies, including the latest, Skyfall. It moves from Delhi-to-Dublin-Istanbul-to-Havana etc with decent grace, some action, and a lot of humor. No breathtaking roof-top motor cycle chases though, which was the main and only draw of Skyfall.But if it was trying to recreate the magic of 'Dabangg', it doesn't quite get there, even though it does make a good attempt at it. Quite commendable over all.
(mx) wrote: Significantly better than I expected. After 30 years in the arcade, Wreck-it-Ralph (obviously Donkey Kong) really gets tired of having to live in the garbage while Fix-it-Felix Jr. (Mario) gets a celebration every night for saving the town. He leaves his game, and meets a bunch of actual Namco/Sega guys, Sonic, Pac-Man, Qbert, Tapper, etc. If you die outside your game you actually die. He goes to some Hero game and wins a metal which he thinks it going to change his life. But, its gets stolen by some girl in a super awesome candy based racing game "Sugar Rush" and he spends the moving getting it back and falling in love with this girl. I highly recommend for a light filler.
(mx) wrote: Decent acting. Decent independent film. Worth a watch.
(br) wrote: Parempi kun odotin, jotenki niin hehkutettu ja yleens just ne on paskoja..
(jp) wrote: wouldnt mind seeing, but not to anxious
(kr) wrote: A masterful tale about the most important artist in modern history is laid bare and in pitch perfect detail. Ed Harris engulfs himself in the role of this tortured artist and comes out as brilliant and radical as his genius paintings. Marcia Gay Harden is dynamic as artist Lee Krasner, conveying every scene between her and Harris as powerful and confronting. A must see to any art lover
(it) wrote: Varsin lihallinen patka, jonka kaikki hahmot ovat hulluja.
(ag) wrote: I don't really remember much but i was like 5 or 6 or 7 when i watch but i liked it. PAPA KEHTE HAIN!
(it) wrote: 70's never dying classic. Kind of movie you won't see these days when political correctness is ahead of realism.
(kr) wrote: the main character just annoyed me so much, everything about her annoyed the hell out of me, so its a bit hard to enjoy this movie. Okay maybe not liking her was the point, maybe the point is to dislike her so badly you dont ever feel like being like her or on her shoes, but well, I guess Im not in the public target for this lesson anymore.
(ru) wrote: This low-budget one hour Canadian film will appeal to fans of badly dubbed Kung Fu movies, Nazis, video games, demons, cyborgs, rubber masks and trashy action movies from the 80sit even has love. Manborg is intentionally bad, and while that could have backfired on director Steven Kostanski, it succeeds on what it sets out to do " It(TM)s lovable trashy fun.
(gb) wrote: Absolutely loved this film.
(mx) wrote: Anthony Hopkins acts well but Colin O'Donoghue's performance actually ruins this movie. His acting related to this movie was not good. It's possible that he needed better direction as younger actor...but...not good.