Direct to DVD movie: The German U-Boat, U-234, from the Port of Kiel is trading cargo with the Japanese. USS Seaviper must locate and stop this dangerous exchange. The Captain of USS Seaviper must go ashore to conduct reconnaissance on an island near Sumatra, but the ship is left in the hands of Mister Cutter, after the Executive Officer is injured in battle. A conflict between Cutter and the Chief of the Boat puts the submarine in jeopardy. Seaviper is trapped below the surface, with decreasing oxygen, and a Japanese destroyer hunting them from above. Damage to the boat also leave her survival in question. They must fight the Japanese destroyer and get the information about U-235 back to Pearl Harbor.
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Michael G (ru) wrote: Wolfcop is so goofy but you can't help but like it. I'm gonna admit it's one of most entertaining werewolf movies in a long time.
John C (mx) wrote: I want to be a counselor and this opened my eyes to a lot of what I would be dealing with....
Pablo G (br) wrote: 4.2/5A simple and touching story based on some top notch writing and acting, lead by characters and personalities rarely seen done so well and in such a context.
Becki B (ru) wrote: watched it on on Netflix & thought it was GD amazing one of the best movies i've seen in awhile. held my attention all the way through.Don't be put off cause it's that girl from HSM; let that intrigue you and watch the film it sure is worth it Joey King is crazy.
jeroen v (us) wrote: Pretty good acting in a rather flimsy story. I'd never seen a film with Kutcher in it before and he was a pleasant surprise. Very good support by Heche and Levieva.
Masaio S (ag) wrote: The worst Full Moon Picture ever. So made me miss The Demonic Toys.
Kathryn D (mx) wrote: Unbelievable stuff... you couldn't make this crap up... it MUST be real
Brad S (ca) wrote: This movies owns. All over the place. Imagine Lovecraft meets Argento/Soavi... Definately one of the best...
Mereie d (de) wrote: This Italian crime movie starts out in a slightly over-rash way, leaving the viewer guessing what sort of a story he is exactly going to watch. We are familiar with the shootouts between the police and the criminals and with brutal violence towards women and children, but in this case, the movie starts out with a criminal avenging the death of his brother by killing the inspector??s (Marcel Bozzuffi) wife in front of their young son. The action is so fast that it takes you trouble to realize that the criminal from the opening scene is the same criminal who is pestering inspector Vanni with his dynamite threats later on. Ignorant, perhaps, but the disappeared moustache makes it easy to mistake his identity. If you??ve missed the mentioning of ??Il Marsigliese?? in the quick phone call, it is easy to not make the right connection later on. I had the same problem with the guys from the 38 special squad assigned especially to fight crime in general and the gang of the Marsigliese in particular: you get such a short look of them that it is very easy to mistake them with some of the criminals later on. But eventually, everything falls into place. What I like in particular about this movie are the beautiful shots of the city and of some of the (interior) filming locations. The chase in the clothes?? store and the explosion in the market hall are spectacular, like most of the other scenes involving pyrotechnics. The dynamite issue makes a change with other, similar movies, as does the personal vendetta issue from the side of the criminal (normally, it is just the police inspector harbouring feelings of revenge towards those who hurt his loved ones). The violence is grave, but not as over-the-top as in, for instance, Umberto Lenzi??s poliziottesci. The usual stuff is in it (bank robberies, car chases, shootouts) plus a bit more. The ending is spectacular too. Apart from the abovementioned identification issues, this is a very OK movie.
Valentina K (nl) wrote: It's a test of your willpower. Though the way she makes meatloaf had me in a trance.
Matt L (ag) wrote: It's what you can expect from the Monty Python troupe. And that's far from bad. Their notorious hilarity shows through stronger than ever in his great telling of the tale of King Arthur and the knights of the round table and their quest for the holy grail.
Blake P (jp) wrote: I really didn't like this movie. Mae (Stanwyck) comes to her hometown to start a new life, and decides to live with her brother (Andes) and his girlfriend (Monroe). A hot spot is the fishing dock, and there she meets Jerry (Douglas). They start dating, and though she doesn't love him, she thinks it would be a good idea if she marries him to get support and protection. When they finally do though, she finds herself falling for Jerry's friend Earle (Ryan). They start having an affair, but then Jerry finds out ... "Clash by Night" is very obviously a vehicle for both Stanwyck and Monroe. It definitely shows how well Stanwyck does in drama, and proves that Monroe could once in a while step away from comedies. While I liked these aspects, I did not like how soapy this movie was. Yes, the acting is excellent, but seeing so many other Fritz Lang movies, I can say I was very disappointed. This is supposedly a film noir, but I'm not sure how it even qualifies. It's more of a melodrama, and though I like those, it just is not as good. There's too much overacting, especially from Robert Ryan (which is shocking) and Keith Andes. "Clash by Night" to me, is just a typical soaper. For some good melodramas, I'd head over to some Greta Garbo movies.
Clay B (br) wrote: AT WAR WITH THE ARMY (1950)
Adam R (de) wrote: (First and only viewing - 12/23/2010)