Discussion in 'The Living Room' started by Hybrid Soldier, Jun 29, 2003.
Unbelievable Sex 2 [Scene 1] :whistle:
To End All Wars.
Awesome. Not really that action packed, but more of a drama movie. It's about a group of allied soldiers being captured by the Japanese after the fall of Singapore in 1942. They're tortured, fed little, and forced to make a huge railroad (the infamous "Railroad of Death") between Thailand and Burma during the height of World War II. They try to maintain sanity through learning from books illegally smuggled in by one of the captive allied soldiers, taught by a man who wanted to become a teacher, but was drafted into the war. Meanwhile, others are planning to escape in the face of impossibility.
It was well-directed, with amazing acting on the part of Keifer Sutherland. There isn't one movie or tv episode where he doesn't perform greatly. This totally re-affirms and confirms my confidence in him as my favorite actor. A good storyline (based on a true story), with overall great performances from all. It's really a powerful and profound film. 9.5/10.
Remember the keep it clean rule. It's going to come bite you in the ass eventually.
Better Off Dead
Girl With a Pearl Earring
Great, great movie...
Well funny film
Escape From L.A.
Welcome to the human race...
Decent movie, mainly watched it because of Angelina Jolie. :whistle:
I hear that.
I love the near-end-of-movie scene.
Hilarious dialogue, the dubbing is great. Overall, a very pointless movie, but it has alot of amazing one liners and voice-overs. Certainly rememorable. 9/10.
8/10. Last action bits were too overworked. No way could you be hanging off a mini helicopter chained to a train going through a tunnel, and blow it up with enough force to land back on the train. *coughbullsh*tcough*
It was ok that battles where fun to watch so id say 7/10
Man On Fire. 20/10
####### awesome movie. I can't get over how good it is.
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