How can you consider a film "thrilling" when you know from the beginning
what is going to happen?
I wish they make one day a film where the "baddies" win, that would be
A_marie watch Star Trek: Nemesis movie
Best movie everr.
firstname.lastname@example.org watch The Dead Zone movie
agoey watch Walking Tall movie
raphael123456 watch The Last Castle movie
excellent class 1 movie.
harry poter is good film ps i love u is nice movie.
America, fock yeah
Now I admired the director Wolfgang Petersen after seeing DAS BOOT.
This was a flick where I thought: Can't get any better. Of course, at
the time, people obviously considered Hollywood a smart career move,
but if we now take a look at Petersen's Hollywood films, I really think
he should have stayed in Germany. Sure, he wouldn't have the money that
he's having at his disposal now, but remember: DAS BOOT had a rather
infinitesimal budget and nevertheless managed to thrill, enlighten and
entertain millions of viewers. Now, what do we have: A German director
who directs patriotic and nationalistic filth that invites the average
American Joe to believe in the moral and military superiority of his
own country. A movie that doesn't really discuss the topics at hand and
divides the cast into good and evil with no shades of grey at all.
There's one scene where Gary Oldman as the terrorist aboard the plane
says to the president's daughter: Do you think your father is a better
man because he's wearing a tie and a suit and because he uses smart
bombs? I found this scene to be very interesting, however, in the film
it is not dwelt upon. Instead we get Harrison Ford playing the father
and leader of clean, wholesome politically America and being
politically correct and charming and funny and whatnot. What's the
moral of this film: God bless America and no place else..