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Ratings & Reviews

  1. Fabio Osvaldo Carta's rating of the film Attack

  2. S Campbell's rating of the film Attack

  3. Daniel S.'s rating of the film Attack

    Look for Jack Palance's face at the end of the film! Masterpiece.

  4. Enrico Gaudenzi's rating of the film Attack

    Gioiellino dimenticato.... da vedere

  5. Federico Di Folco's rating of the film Attack

    Grandioso film bellico vecchio stampo, dove la guerra vera e propria non si consumava sul campo di battaglia ma nelle tensioni intestine fra gli ufficiali della medesima Compagnia.Film asciutto,potente, tragico nei suoi momenti clou e che soprattutto ispira un forte senso di responsabilità.Gli ultimi venti minuti sono davvero toccanti.Un Aldrich molto ispirato ed un Jack Palance davvero superbo.4*

  6. Stephen Campbell's rating of the film Attack

    A film Noir war film? well yes thats what this is and its pretty darn good to boot.

  7. chanandre's rating of the film Attack

    [Cinémathèque PT #486: 35 mm] (2007) - I'll never ever ever forget the image of Palance being ran over by the tracks of that slow-moving tank. Easily one of the best war movies ever.

  8. Mymosh the Selfbegotten's rating of the film Attack

    A lurid Southern chamber drama with Germans shooting out of every corner. Lee Marvin and Eddie Albert act out a disfunctional relationship of the Bette Davis-Joan Crawford variety while everyone else watches in helpless disbelief and dies tragically. This is a story of how sweet Charlotte went to war and got everyone killed.

  9. Christopher R. Smith's rating of the film Attack

    Classic war film told with visual panache and psychological depth. Iconic performances from Jack Palance, Lee Marvin, and a cast of great characters actors flesh out this morally complex story of heroism and cowardice. A sharp script and expressionistic lighting accentuate exciting action scenes and even more intense claustrophobic suspense scenes.