Ralph Breaks the Internet
Mission: Impossible - Fallout
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After a sluggish beginning, Express starts to swing, and Frank swings with it
Mark Robson has made realistic use of the actual Italian setting of the David Westheimer novel in garmenting his action in hard-hitting direction and sharply-drawn performances.
As much fun as an old-time serial.
The scenery is the only thing authentic and believable in the film.
A very successful mixture of The Train and The Great Escape.
Sinatra's character is unusually uncompromising, even for him, and the star delivers one of his best performances.
The cinematography and the scenery both add greatly to the movie. It makes it seem so much more realistic.
A far-fetched but thrilling World War II adventure. Watch it as part of a double feature with John Frankenheimer's The Train.
Exciting Sinatra starring vehicle set during WWII.
Made for those who like those old-fashioned serial chapter adventure stories.
An action packed prisoner of war thriller and Ole Blue Eyes doesn't even sing a note.
Sinatra at his swaggering best.
Well made escape film starts out very well drags here and there but is an enjoyable experience overall.
One Badass Train picture.
Frank Sinatra stars in this highly underrated action adventure film.
Solid WWII escape drama that concentrates on spectacle rather than suspense more than most. A decent war cum action film on the whole.
Great tale of escape - underrated and not given enuff credit - Sinatra acts as good as he sings.
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