When half-breed Indian Yaqui Joe robs an Arizona bank, he is pursued by dogged lawman Lyedecker. Fleeing to Mexico, Joe is imprisoned by General Verdugo, who is waging a war against the Yaqui Indians. When Lyedecker attempts to intervene, he is thrown into prison as well. Working together, the two escape and take refuge in the hills, where Lyedecker meets beautiful Yaqui freedom fighter Sarita and begins to question his allegiances.
- Stars:Jim Brown, Raquel Welch, Burt Reynolds, Fernando Lamas, Dan O'Herlihy, Eric Braeden, Michael Forest, Aldo Sambrell, Soledad Miranda, Alberto Dalbés, Charly Bravo, José Manuel Martín, Akim Tamiroff,
- Director:Tom Gries,
- Writer:Clair Huffaker (screenplay), Tom Gries (screenplay), Robert MacLeod (novel)
Reynolds plays Yaqui Joe, an Indian who robs a bank in order to buy guns for his people who are being savagely repressed by the government. Set in turn of the century Mexico, it tells the ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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(ru) wrote: Very strange movie definitely in the weird Cronenberg style. It's listed here as a comedy but I didn't find anything very funny. It's a bizarre take on the ins and outs of the minds of Hollywood. The acting is pretty good (it's almost like Julianne Moore is channeling Lindsay Lohan). I don't think I really liked it very much; it's just way too strange and not really my cup of tea.
(es) wrote: Had no business being called Street Kings.. I think it was a good movie. Liotta and Hatosy as partners wasnt bad. 6/10
(fr) wrote: An ok super (sort of) hero movie.
(ag) wrote: Much better than the Departed. (Jack excluded)
(nl) wrote: Great movie. Funnier than the first!
(nl) wrote: Waste of TIME!! Very Weak movie, DO NOT WATCH, if you do end up watching it, side effects may include: Suicide, murder ramapages, road ramapage, any kinds of ways of harming yourself, and many others...
(jp) wrote: Why would you want to make a violent, adult book an animated film? If you saw the trailers of the 90s adaptation, you would see why this could not be live action. Even with a softer PG depiction of the tale, this film is still very harsh and violent like the book. There is blood, murder, tyranny- the theme of Animal Farm does not change at all.I have heard alot of people BITCH about this film, that it has ignored much of the original story or something like that. Look, most film adaptations are not a cut and paste, word for word copy because a book works as a book, not as an animated movie. The scenes and characters they removed or changed do not ruin the film. The POINT of Animal Farm is the message it sends, and that is intact.Another controversy of the film is the addition of an ending that did not exist in the book. This ending does make sense, and in a way is justified by the beginning scenes. It completes a cycle and in a way there still is no clear outcome of what is going to happen. For those who don't know, in the book the story just ends without any closure, making the audience imagine what will happen. This ending still creates an uncertain future but shows more hope.I'm going to have to mention some spoilers if I continue. Basically this film does well adapting the personalities of the characters. Now only the pigs and humans speak, much of the talking is done by narration. However this makes sense as the pigs are supposed to become more humanlike throughout the film and their ability to speak and think makes them superior to the other animals. Snowball is audacious but also his motives are never truly revealed. Squealer is a total bitch, which fits his book character. And Napoleon is still a corrupt tyrant, willing to kill anyone he wants and unwilling to give a fuck when others are worked to death in his camps.I honestly don't think a better depiction of Animal Farm could be made. This film expands the target audience and animation allows the idea of talking animals to make more sense than say live action or cgi. At the same time this film is pretty serious in its tone and could get boring for those not interested in the politics or history it references towards.Just remember the important message of the film: If a tyrant is to be dethroned, don't replace him with another tyrant.
(mx) wrote: BLIMEY! What a performance!! <3
(br) wrote: By some wicked curse I assume leprechaun magic the review of a camp horror classic I love is pulling to a similarly named by the numbers modern remake (though I'm not sure the films are in any way related apart from the titles.) in brief The leprechaun with Warwick Davies and young, super lovely, Jennifer Anniston = brilliant. New Leprechaun : Origins = charmless and dull rather except for one line crowbarred in from the classic leprechaun film (quite possibly by accident). Stars are reflective of the original movie.
(ca) wrote: Charlize Theron as the Queen was what made me watch this movie.-Positives: Charlize Theron, her makeup, her hair, her costumes, Chris Hemsworth.Negatives: Someone needed to remind Kristen Stewart that this was not another Twilight movie.