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Unbroken: Path to Redemption is a movie starring Samuel Hunt, Merritt Patterson, and Bobby Campo. The next amazing chapter of Olympian and World War II hero Louis Zamperini's powerful true story of forgiveness, redemption, and...

Biography, Drama, History
Harold Cronk
Merritt Patterson, David Sakurai, Bobby Campo, Samuel Hunt

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Genres Biography, Drama, History
Director Harold Cronk
Writer Richard Friedenberg, Ken Hixon, Laura Hillenbrand
Stars Merritt Patterson, David Sakurai, Bobby Campo, Samuel Hunt
Country USA
Also Known As Invincible: Le chemin de la rédemption, Unbroken - La via della redenzione, Invencible (Unbroken) - parte 2, Niezłomny: Droga do odkupienia, Invencível: Caminho da Redenção, Unbroken: Weg der Vergebung, Boyun Eğmez: Kefaret Yolu
Runtime 1 h 38 min
Audio Português  English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles Português  日本語  Čeština  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Description The next amazing chapter of Olympian and World War II hero Louis Zamperini's powerful true story of forgiveness, redemption, and amazing grace.

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Friday, 27 Nov 2020 14:14

Now the four heroes in this film, including the Egyptian expert on PTSD, were a couple of men in the late 60s and early 70s. Now they are back together for a film called "The Ocean." The film is based on a play written by British playwright George Bernard Shaw. Shaw is the one who introduced the term "mansplaining" to the English language. Shaw was a patron of a certain sect of Protestant theology, The Quakers. Now they are suffering from a conspiracy theory that is widely held by Christians, but not widely acknowledged by believers. The group of believers believed that the Holy Ghost had left behind a man to be with Mary, but the man was not Jesus. Shaw believed that such a theory must be true. Shaw asked the writer and director Mike Fleming to write a film about the Quakers, but they thought the idea might seem silly or a bit far-fetched. They asked for advice on which characters to use. Fleming was a committed Quaker himself, but his advice was for an ensemble cast. "The Ocean" was a very difficult project for the film crew. The film's best moments were moments of action and excitement. Many scenes were shot in the middle of a desert. Other scenes were shot at sea. It was a difficult production to put together. The cast and crew came up with a plot that started out as a man-vs-nature story. But as the story went along, the focus turned to the men. The four men were given personality traits that represented their faiths. Shaw believed that a couple of men could be the two savior. No one thought that a man was the key to salvation. However, the cast came up with a plot line that fit the Christian world view. They also came up with some interesting dialog that created some of the plot. I'm giving this film an eight, because the acting was superb. The cast was very believable and believable. They were very emotional and believable. The dialog was sharp and real. I think that the best part of the film is the tension and tension created. The tension between the men was very real. It was a good thing that the cast was so real. The suspense created by the Quakers' attacks was very real. It was a very very good performance. If you get the chance to see this film, you'll definitely want to see it.
Monday, 23 Nov 2020 00:19

The 12 years following the end of the Vietnam War brings the titular star, Mark Wahlberg, back to the battlefield, where he became a famous American POW, just like his father, who served in the war, only to be abandoned by his comrades. But now, as a journalist, he is returning to the war with the intention of bringing back the American POWs who are still alive. When he gets wind of a private named John Spencer, Mark discovers a man who was one of his fellow POWs, and he feels compelled to reunite with him. Spencer is a recovering alcoholic who has been beaten down by life after his capture, and he is now not only a strong alcoholic, but he's also very skeptical, and does not see the value of the sacrifices that we Americans make for our country. Mark begins to put some of Spencer's work into a book, and he is grateful to find that Spencer is one of the most courageous POWs ever. Mark begins to bring in the POWs for interviews, and soon he begins to write a book about their stories, but he is haunted by the questions he asks. One of the POWs that Mark meets is Evan Inman, played by Billy Crudup. When Mark talks with Evan, he learns that Evan is a recovering alcoholic and he is also not ready to face life as a recovering alcoholic. Evan is still trying to get over his torture in captivity, but he doesn't want Mark to turn it into a book. I think the best part of this film is Mark, and I think the story that he tells us is really interesting. This is a movie that's going to really put a lot of pressure on you. There is a lot of torture that he goes through, and there is a lot of suffering that he goes through. But I think that it's really the part of the movie that I think is going to put it over the top. We go through some things that are just incredibly realistic, and it's really intense. The scenes that are the most intense are the ones that the POWs endure in the midst of everything that they go through. And the movie does a really great job of showing the trials that these people go through, because it's not the brutal torture that the people are subjected to. It's just the way that they are treated that are the hardest thing about it, because for the POWs, it's an impossible thing to survive, because you can't eat. They are basically left to starve to death. It's just horrific. But the movie does a really good job of showing the hardships that the people endure, because it's just so real. It's not like you're watching it through the eyes of somebody who's going through something similar, and that's kind of what I think is so impressive about this film. So that's what I liked about the movie, and that's what I think makes it an incredible film, and I really think it's very intense. The other aspect of the movie that I really liked about it is the performances. I think that both Billy Crudup and Mark Wahlberg did a great job. They really brought some of the performances in this film to life. Mark Wahlberg is really good in this movie. He does a really good job at trying to bring some of the

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