Aces 'N' Eights
Already taking a gamble settling in the uncharted west, the peaceful settlers of a town destined for railroad greatness suddenly find themselves being ruthlessly gunned down. With no law and order to be found, justice falls onto the shoulders of an elderly rancher and an accomplished, but retired, gunslinger.
- Stars:Casper Van Dien, Bruce Boxleitner, Ernest Borgnine, Jeff Kober, Jack Noseworthy, William Atherton, Jake Thomas, Rodney Scott, Deirdre Quinn, Victoria Chalaya, Gregory J. Barnett, Jeffrey G. Barnett, Michael H. Barnett, Judi Barton, Melissa Bickerton,
- Director:Craig R. Baxley,
- Writer:Ronald M. Cohen, Dennis Shryack
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Aces 'N' Eights torrent reviews
(au) wrote: Its a good try, but i think the lead actor was picked wrong, he has no true emotion almost the entire movie. Also dialog could've been better.still ..made me cry
(ag) wrote: I loved how the painter and gardener are both mature enough to accept each others' different values and perspectives on life. The conversations are absolutely superb. This is why I love french cinema.
(br) wrote: pretty good animation but not Laika's best movie.
(de) wrote: The idiot who wrote the summary obviously didn't watch the movie since he gets many elements wrong. Elvis' father isn't "eccentric." He's brain-damaged. Anabelle doesn't flee to the mortuary and doesn't "cower" among corpses. Elvis doesn't sweep her away on an impromptu road trip. Anabelle says she's going to stay with a fictitious friend and he offers to drive her there. It's a quirky little character study with a glorious performance by Mantegna, and some scenes that break out of standard fare. The opportunities for deeper examination of certain themes are sacrificed to give the two young characters more screen time.
(jp) wrote: pretty boring love story
(it) wrote: 3/21/2017: A decent sequel. It was entertaining and the cast was very good again. Many big names.
(br) wrote: One of the bollywood's biggest success released in 1994 , i happen to see it now only. Sooraj Barjatya seems to be make movies of romantic family drama genres. Since traditional family values are deep rooted in indian culture , Barjatya took the opportunity to exploit sacrifice and family values in his cinema. The indian audience will never like unhappy ending or loose ends in a movie , so the ending has to " everything in perfect ". The thing i didnt like is the number of songs. There are too many songs(14 songs), that might explain the length of movie nearing four hours. I dont think i have to recommend this movie , you must have seen it !!! :)
(nl) wrote: Not as good as the original.
(kr) wrote: Awesome stuff the zig-zagging who's-the-killer mystery does not hinder the enjoyment of this slasher at all, in fact it's entertaining
(es) wrote: Always Great to watch a Classic
(de) wrote: 3 outstanding writers, plus Rossellini directing, and World War II, what could go wrong? Some of the English-speaking actors and occasional dubbing/sound sync, that's what. Call me a nitpicker if you must, but I assume there were some amateurs in there. It's still an epic.
(gb) wrote: It's a bit similar to "Mary Poppins," but still manages to hold on to originality with catchy songs, an animated sequence both on land and sea and a magical performance from Angela Lansbury.
(mx) wrote: The minimalist setting allows for some of the most stunning Shakespearean performances to shine through. David Tennant embodies the both manic madness and calculated coldness of the doomed prince of Denmark with absolute magnificence. Branagh never even comes close.
(nl) wrote: Proper high tension horror film. Good amount of scary and story alike and the antagonist is refreshing. Combined with strong performances this all works to make a fulfilling exerience.