The plot concerns a small group of people who are forced to flee from their base (which happens to be a Mission) in an old school bus when the VC launch a vicious assault upon it. Along the way they are joined by a group of three battle hardened American Special Forces soldiers and together they desperately fight to make it to safety.
- Stars:Daniel Stephen, Romano Kristoff, Urs Althaus, Gwendolyn Hung, Ernie Zarate, Don Gordon Bell, Zeny R. Williams, Benito Stefanelli, Josephine Sylva,
- Country:Philippines, USA, Italy
- Director:Ferdinando Baldi,
- Writer:Ferdinando Baldi (screenplay), Ferdinando Baldi (story), John Fitzsimmons (screenplay), John Fitzsimmons (story)
The plot concerns a small group of people who are forced to flee from their base (which happens to be a Mission) in an old school bus when the VC launch a vicious assault upon it. Along the way they are joined by a group of three battle hardened American Special Forces soldiers and together they desperately fight to make it to safety. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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(ca) wrote: one of the best horror movies in recent years! great creepy story full of good jump scares. really feel for the character especially alfre woodard(sp?). if you are looking for a horror that wont disappoint i highly recommend this one!
(it) wrote: Some genuinely funny moments and catchy songs...if you switch your brain off for 90mins then its good for a laugh.
(it) wrote: CBGB was a great subject to base a movie on but this movie was garbage. I'm not super knowledgeable about this era in music as I was born too late but I enjoy a good bit of it. This movie was pandering to the lowest common denominator. If I were sixteen and played a Ramones song on Rocksmith. All in all a well intended, heavy handed piece of shit. People say "Well, the music is good...". Fucking go find another way to listen. This is 2-D junk.
(ru) wrote: The cast is what shines in this biopic, even if the narrative is a tad uneven.
(ca) wrote: Inspiring documentary on the early careers of 5 basketball players and their coach, and the uprising of a superstar. Great meaningful story.
(br) wrote: I have to read the book again :) Fulfilled my expectations, liked the music and atmosphere, imagined both to be slightly younger (don't know exactly why).
(nl) wrote: Don't ask. I only watched it because I was a teenage rebel. Soft porn bullshit!
(ru) wrote: As easy as it is to want a "Kill Bill" type revenge flick with "Manon des Sources", considering the "baddies" are thoroughly despicable, it is instead another beautiful, largely atmospheric second chapter to sun-soaked drama, "Jean de Florette". If the first was a tad bit whimsical but still tragic, "Manon des Sources" is more quiet, somber, and a bit more fulfilling, as the revenge taking place is served cold, like it should. Taking place a few years after the events in "Jean de Florette", "Manon des Sources" sees Gerard Depardieu's titular character's daughter, Manon (Emmauelle Bart), all grown up, but still fiery with hate for the two farmers, Csar (Yves Montand) and Ugolin (Daniel Auteuil), who inadvertently caused her father's death. Ugolin now is deeply in love with Manon, but she doesn't in return - she instead yearns for a young, local teacher, Bernard (Hippolyte Giradot). She knows of Ugolin's feelings for her, but it doesn't change her spite for him and Csar. Manon prefers to keep away from the tiny village she is a part of, considering most of its residents knew of Csar and Ugolin's plot against Jean, but said nothing to stop it. She plans to get her revenge at some point on the duo of selfish farmers, and it ends up working perfectly when she finds the town's water source and plugs it up. I'll admit it, I would have preferred to go "ha!" at the end of "Manon des Sources", putting in consideration my huge hate for the characters of Csar and Ugolin. The revenge is certainly delicious and well-deserved, but unfortunately, this film sheds them in a bit of a sympathetic light - they finally become successful after nabbing Jean's land, and both gain quite a bit of confidence. And they both are such pathetic human beings that it almost seems are though they had to do what they did. But you never once feel angry towards Manon. As a young girl, Manon was completely traumatized by the death of her father, and Bart, one of France's most sensual and legendary actresses, plays her with quiet desperation but plenty of wonder. She wanders around the hills of the barren French countryside with her goats, who are her only friends; her lack of trust keeps her from having any. Manon is a product of an awful early life, and Csar and Ugolin are responsible. You could say she is getting revenge on them to avenge the death of her father, but another good reason is that they stole the carefree years that could have been her childhood. This time around, Montand's performance as Csar is a bit more intense, as his guilt is certainly gigantic. Auteuil's Ugolin is more pathetic than ever, as he dopily believes that Manon will love him even though he more than technically was responsible for her father's death. Once again, Claude Berri's direction of it all is flawless - he has a keen eye for detail and lush cinematography, but he also is able to inject realism into scenes that scream for over-the-top, Hollywood treatment. But by taking his time with each and every shop, the performances become stronger, and as a whole feels much more satisfying. As a film, it truly is one of France's best. Put together with "Jean de Florette", "Manon des Sources" create one big, seriously underrated epic. It is such a gorgeous work that it is just as awe-inspiring as a painting.
(it) wrote: its OK for the scene where you see demi Moore naked stupid beside that
(it) wrote: Always liked this flick and 'The Guns of Navarone' back when I was a child. Both are still entertaining for me to watch from time to time.
(au) wrote: I was knocked out - having little idea of what I'd walked into back in 1969, and also had cues the film's POV would long be discussed when people would get offended at various black humor points and walk out of the theatre while was either slack jawed or busting a gut.An inflection point in American film-making.
(ag) wrote: "ftatateeta!" I don't think this is the most realistic movie ever made but it was fun to watch...
(mx) wrote: Of course I want to see Mickey Rourke as an assassin....what kind of person wouldn't?
(it) wrote: This thriller is very well penned and directed. The BGM is haunting and the performances are stellar.