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First thing I though of was the gondolas travelogue I saw in the cinema before the main feature Life of Brian—yes for the curious, that is the bio of an ancestor.For instance
Somewhere in that movie Danny Trejo is lurking around with his daggers.Wuxia contender. House of Flying Daggers.
Figures, he was just a naughty boy... his mum says it herself.Life of Brian—yes for the curious, that is the bio of an ancestor.
nice trailer, now I think I want to watch this remaster, I just watched dunkirk recently, that was a great war movie and effects too.Apocalypse Now, still one of the best films made. Great audio bit where they synch the helicopter blades sound with the overhead fan.
It sent me off to read Heart of Darkness and also helped me convince my son that wars weren't always as they are shown in propaganda.
There must have been thousands of war films made and I'm sure that many were a form of recruitment propaganda. Some were made to rewrite history as a form of retrospective propaganda.nice trailer, now I think I want to watch this remaster, I just watched dunkirk recently, that was a great war movie and effects too.
Yes it's understandable why snipers are feared. You'd never hear the bullet that kills you.@ipman playing a lot of multiplayer in SPV5, especially the mode where you infiltrate the campaign of a player. I think one of my longest cat and mouse chases was around 30 minutes. I started getting a little bolder at the end trying to find the guy, so I went on an open field and after a minute or so I could swear I noticed a glint inside a bunker pretty far away. Then I died
I read the book, but can't remember the film. The concept of 'catch 22' changed the way we viewed a number of accepted concepts as paradoxical.