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(453) 5.3 94 min 2019

Bennett's War is a movie starring Michael Roark, Trace Adkins, and Ali Afshar. After surviving an IED explosion in combat overseas, a young soldier with the Army Motorcycle Unit is medically discharged with a broken back and leg....

Michael Roark, Ali Afshar, Allison Paige, Trace Adkins
Alex Ranarivelo

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Audio English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles 日本語  Čeština  Português  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres Sport
Director Alex Ranarivelo
Writer Alex Ranarivelo
Stars Michael Roark, Ali Afshar, Allison Paige, Trace Adkins
Country USA
Also Known As Motocross
Runtime 1H 34M
Description After surviving an IED explosion in combat overseas, a young soldier with the Army Motorcycle Unit is medically discharged with a broken back and leg. Against all odds he trains to make an impossible comeback as a motocross racer in order to support his family.

Top reviews

Saturday, 13 Jun 2020 07:55

This film is a high quality Western (a kind of "Battleship" in the mountains), in which there are a few Western elements, but the essence is the Eastern one, and what makes Westerns so popular. All the old Westerns had a strong element of martial arts, and this film shows it all. A village in the Western mountains is going to be destroyed by the Civil War, and the leader of the village, Nimrod, uses a little girl and her little brother to play some tricks on the boys. They are too young to have their ears pierced, so they're playing a trick on the boys to see what's wrong with them. That little girl is put in a hot oven and ends up with a scar on her face, and the little boy gets his eye in a vice and burns to death. A guy tries to stop the massacre, but is killed. This girl, Tisha, decides to go to the Civil War to save the town, and she joins the militia, but when she sees her older sister, Nimrod, she leaves and runs off with him. A standoff ends with Nimrod being captured, and a war breaks out between the militia and Tisha and Nimrod. As she leaves the army, she encounters Nimrod and the two have a little confrontation, and she runs off. The two girls, Tisha and Nimrod, end up on the wrong side of the war, and Tisha ends up getting killed. I had trouble figuring out why this movie was so popular. It has a few flaws, but I thought it was a good movie. The music is good, and the acting is good, but the main thing is that it has elements of Western, but also elements of the East. I liked the American movie "Big Chief", but I didn't like this one. I liked it more than "Big Chief" but that's only because I think that this one has more Western elements.
Thursday, 11 Jun 2020 18:39

I first saw this film when it was in the theatre at a local shopping mall, it caught my eye in the middle of the day and I quickly scouted it out. That was the day that I started to discover other things about this film that I had been missing. First off, this film has some of the most horrific and shocking death scenes in the history of film. The main character (Chris) is actually the hero. I can understand that people may be turned off by the message that the film gives, but I think that there is so much more to the film that this would be a good choice for a horror film. Second, the movie is definitely in the era of video game films, however, the game in this film is actually from the late 80's/early 90's. The first game in the series is called "Homeworld". Also, the film has a surprising amount of female nudity. Third, I was extremely surprised by how realistic the actors were in their roles. The film had a very realistic style and I think that that is one of the reasons why people may not be able to get into the film. It has everything from bad accents, bad body proportions, poor acting and a very realistic style of directing. The cinematography was also good. The scene in which the main character is taken into the ground and laid out on the ground with his feet on the ground were also very realistic. Lastly, the film is actually a masterpiece. The production values are outstanding, especially for an independent film. The acting was superb, the cinematography was great and the sound quality was fantastic. The soundtrack is also one of the best pieces of music I have ever heard. The film is very realistic and has some great messages. I recommend this film to anyone who is into movies that are scary, realistic, and realistic. I think this is a perfect film to show to all people in school and families who are scared to show their fears to others. I have rated this film an A+.
Monday, 18 May 2020 11:34

Michael Moore's new film is a great example of what the Internet has done to entertainment, and how people can get an opinion and then go on their own crazy ways to defend it. This movie does a great job of capturing Moore's point of view. In my opinion Moore's point of view is what the media in America was used to. This is the country where we have commercials on the TV and every 10 minutes somebody is getting a new victim to talk about. It was a very great representation of what the media does in America. This is just another example of what the Internet has done to entertainment. In the 80's this was the new norm, it was new in our minds, and we could watch it on the TV. Now you have a huge portion of the population, and then there are those who refuse to watch it. The media in America just didn't want to take this in, and so they decided to spread lies and even manipulate people and show them things they didn't want to see. It just became a completely different environment, but it was just so popular. It was a good movie, it is just that it shows the problem with what we have been using for entertainment in the past. In the 90's the problem was pretty obvious. We had Dukes of Hazard, Titanic, Napoleon Dynamite, etc. and all of those movies just took away from the point of view of the director, and they never bothered to explain anything, they just just wanted to shock and show the good and the bad, and they made it more of a spectator sport. The new generation has taken over, and the old generation is scared to be a part of it. And the media is really just a new weapon in the hand of the new generation. I would recommend this movie to anybody, and especially to people who don't like the new generation.

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