Rent Wellington (2012)

3.1 of 5 from 56 ratings
2h 25min
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The Peninsular War: 27th September 1810, General Wellington (John Malkovich) leading an Anglo-Portuguese army, defeated the French troops of Marshal Massena in the Serra do Bugaco. Despite the victory, the Portuguese and British are forced to retreat from the enemy's numerical superiority, in order to attract them to Torres Vedras, where Wellington has built fortified lines. Wellington organizes the evacuation of the entire territory between the battlefield and the lines of Torres Vedras, a gigantic burned land operation, which prevents the French from collecting supplies.
The film follows the journey through hills, valleys, between ruined villages, charred forests and devastated crops to the lines of Torres where Wellington and his troops stage the final battle.
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Paulo Branco
Carlos Saboga
Linhas de Wellington
Action & Adventure, Drama
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Run Time:
145 minutes
English Dolby Digital 5.1, French Dolby Digital 5.1, Portuguese
English, German
DVD Regions:
Region 2
Aspect Ratio:
Widescreen 2.40:1
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Reviews (2) of Wellington

Hows your language skills? - Wellington review by NC

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Didnt spot was International! Presumed John would be in english speaking film. Wrong. probably a good film, but do not expect it to be made in the mother tongue...........

1 out of 1 members found this review helpful.

Sheer garbage - Wellington review by Alphaville

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This is a complete mess of a film, mostly featuring poorly directed Portuguese actors failing to breathe life into a series of static interior scenes. Although the DVD blurb fails to mention it, most of the dialogue is in Portuguese and French. The setting is the war against Napoleon but there are zero action scenes. Wellington appears only fleetingly as a grumpy man in a tent, giving John Malkovich no chance of giving the man any character. It’s hard to believe how bad this is. It’s dull, it’s dour, it’s a pain to watch.

The film’s actual title is Lines of Wellington. No, me neither. Surely the whole miserable project falls foul of the Trades Description Act.

1 out of 2 members found this review helpful.

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