Zulu (1964), director Cy Endfield’s magnificent epic about the Battle of Rorke’s Drift, pits a tiny force of some 150 British colonials against the massive power of 4000 Zulu warriors, and comes up with a classic film about honor and valor in the face of outrageous odds. Starring Stanley Baker, Michael Caine (in the role that made him an international force to be reckoned with), Jack Hawkins, Nigel Green, and James Booth, the film is a unique combination of boy’s own adventure and potent anti-war sentiment. Featuring a sterling score by the one and only John Barry.
The picture quality is very poor. At times, it is blurry. It is the widescreen import version with only Michael Caine's face on the cover. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Johnny
Excellent colour good, acting excellent great movie would watch this anytime. JenniePublished 1 month ago by Jennie Mould, Mrs.
Incredibly poor quality print. Great movie, but DON'T buy this version. It's garbage. Not even worth 5 bucks. (I'm referring to the $5. Read morePublished 9 months ago by William P. Lambert
This was my father's favourite movie, so I have viewed it many times. While it is true that the film plays somewhat fast and loose with the story of the defense of Rorke's Drift,... Read morePublished 10 months ago by Old Anglican
An all time classic. Bought this after visiting the actual zulu war zone in SA. Many true facts appear in the movie - although the movie is not 100% accurate.Published 10 months ago by Springbok