Across the Badlands
Charles Starrett once more hits the trail as "The Durango Kid" in Columbia's Across the Badlands. By now, the formula was a well-oiled machine: Starrett becomes a lawman, is challenged by the local criminal element, and ultimately goes beyond the law as the masked Durango.
- Stars:Charles Starrett, Smiley Burnette, Helen Mowery, Stanley Andrews, Robert J. Wilke, Dick Elliott, Hugh Prosser, Robert Cavendish, Charles Evans, Paul Campbell, Harmonica Bill, Richard Alexander,
- Director:Fred F. Sears,
The Durango Kid exposes a gang making attacks on a band of surveyors laying a new railway line. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Across the Badlands torrent reviews
(us) wrote: Takes a while to get going, but when it does, holy crap. Hard to watch near the end.
(mx) wrote: love the cast the movie the story si fantastic
(it) wrote: This is a wonderful movie! Dennis Quaid plays an excellent killer/psycho. Tony Oller does a wonderful job also, as well as all the other actors. If you are looking for a down right gory/horror film this is not for you. But if you are looking for a psychological thriller that has the potential to give you nightmares than this it! Not a film for anyone who hates coffins, cemeteries or being buried alive though.
(jp) wrote: un film pas mal raide (en partant entre autre). le petite robert naylor qui incarne le role pricipal, tommy, est sublime. desfois j'ai trouver ca repetitif mais je comprends qu'il faut montrer toutes les scenes pour nous faire comprendre comme il faut. un film pas mal tragique, tres noir a mon avis...
(gb) wrote: Manipulative, deceiving, and biased, Michael Moore demonstrates his ability to make effective liberal propaganda that ironically goes against what liberalism is about.
(br) wrote: This is one of my favourites, love the film
(jp) wrote: Why are all the explosions green? I never understood that. Hark Tsui is like no director I've ever seen. Imagine Ridley Scott coming out with Gladiator... then Bloodrayne. Sometimes his movies are a glorious combination of cool and crap, like this one.
(ag) wrote: Un vendedor de automviles ha estado metiendo la pata en su oficio por ineptitud, ha tenido que poner de su bolsillo, ha intentado recuperar estafando a sus clientes y ahora necesita un cojonal de plata para salir del enredo. Interpretado por este actor que siempre interpreta fracasados, es angustiosa su falta de carcter, su impotencia ante lo que enfrenta. En una ocasin se lo muestra a travs de los barrotes en su ventana, como en prisin. Los asesinatos cometidos por quienes secuestraron a su esposa son investigados por una oficial embarazada. La constante exposicin a los escenarios del crimen la ha inmunizado contra los sentimientos febriles, lo que le permite disfrutar de las virtudes que ofrece una vida rstica. Ser uno ms de los pueblerinos de cuya simplicidad que raya en el aburrimiento es ella consciente, y a los que la pelcula satiriza. 8.5/10
(ca) wrote: I am a robotech nut, so I loved everything about it....
(fr) wrote: Pretty pedestrian effort and highly predictable. Have a soft spot for Snipes in the action role but if you haven't seen it jump straight to the excellent Blade series. What is up with Liz Hurley's eyebrows in this???
(ru) wrote: Creepy, but the problem is it has too many annoying characters. I thought the movie does get a bit creepy in atmosphere but the comic relief is annoying and the characters are a bit bland. But it's not particularialy a bad movie. I gave it a shot and thought it was pretty good.
(it) wrote: this movie is so dumb that is just ridiculously funny.I'm glad I finally watched it.
(ca) wrote: Virginia is thrust into a world of murder and mayhem where the lines of fantasy and reality begin to blur as she gets deeper and deeper into a chilling new novel: I, Madman. What she doesn't realize is that the further she reads, the closer she comes to bringing the nefarious Dr. Alan Kessler to life! Tibor Takcs tells this thrilling tale of mystery and suspense with a sharp wit and a classy sense of style. Takcs dresses the film in the same lavish colors and stylized characters that you would find in your average pulp fiction magazine from the 40's and 50's, but mixes in the dark, suffocating mood of a Film Noir. The subtle shift in surroundings as Virginia slips in and out of her own fantasy world are gradual enough that we, the viewers, have trouble deciphering fact from fiction. Jenny Wright is given many opportunities to shine as she drifts between a number of different personalities that occur throughout the novel. Visual effects designer Randall William Cook also takes a playful stab at acting as our eccentric villain, whose undying love for sweet Virginia drives him to slice off his mangled facial features and replace them with those of his victims. I, MADMAN is a clever entry in the Suspense/Thriller genre that will hold a certain appeal to fans of THE PHANTOM OF THE OPERA or IN THE MOUTH OF MADNESS.