Angel and the Bad Man

Angel and the Bad Man

This remake of the John Wayne classic tells the story of a notorious gunfighter, Quirt Evans (Lou Diamond Phillips), who is wounded and seeks shelter with a Quaker family.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:95 minutes
  • Release:2009
  • Language:English
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:religion,   fire,   bible,  

This remake of the John Wayne classic tells the story of a notorious gunfighter, Quirt Evans (Lou Diamond Phillips), who is wounded and seeks shelter with a Quaker family. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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JY S (fr) wrote: Jeffrey Lau's The Fantastic Water Babes is a deceiving sport comedy. Why? It does have the babes, it does have the water, but it is nowhere near fantastic.The first act comes out running with a frantic pace and a wacky style to top it all off; however the film tends to lose itself with the consistent antics the characters put themselves through, which makes the film more odd than funny.In the middle, The Fantastic Water Babes finds itself missing a bunch of its comical style while becoming more melodramatic with a story that has less and less resemblance to its title.Fortunately, the final act picks up where the introduction left off and most of it comes with some good humor and quick pacing. The grand finale does lose some ground when it overdoes it with the CG though.Gillian Chung does amuse in the early going, but she loses her spark by the end of the film. Lik-Sun Fong only matches for the dramatic parts, which are hardly entertaining. The more enjoyable characters belong to supporting actors Eva Huang and Stephen Fung. Stephen Fung is really something.Ultimately, The Fantastic Water Babes isn't all it's cracked up to be and the few laughs aren't worth the price of admission.

Gary D (us) wrote: It's so shit but funny at the same time

Jon M (es) wrote: The plot may have been a little thin, but the movie itself is a great watch. Franco did an amazing job as Rawlings, the cowboy pilot. The story itself is engaging and like I mentioned, thin, yet you can't keep your eyes away from the screen. It's been 8 years and even back then the critics were pricks LOL

Karen G (gb) wrote: Fascinating observation of life in Mongolia. Music therapy for camels? It seems to work, and the music beautiful.

horse c (es) wrote: A script with holes but watchable!

Rahul B (jp) wrote: I alwaz hv a weak corner for poetry... and this indeed is a piece of art worth having weakness for...

Adam M (us) wrote: A scary Irene Pappas, a shocking hostage situation, and David Bowie's small role are the only things I enjoyed, even with all the people (Carl Perkins, Rick Baker, etc.) who did their cameos well. The dialogue isn't great and the dead air Landis allows to form around Goldbloom's lines keeps the movie from starting to live.

Teddy B (gb) wrote: Tanya Roberts was beautiful

Jeff R (ag) wrote: What I enjoy in horror is Anthology horror because they make the storys really scary just look at Creepshow. Nightmares contains 4 stories of terror. Terror in Topanga - A smoking addict ignores the rumors of a killer on the loose but little does she know the killer is hungry for killing. Bishop of Battle - JJ is obessed with a game called Bishop Of Battle, it has 13 levels but is the 13th level real? The Benediction - A priest has lost his faith and decides to retire from the priesthood but is faith is about to be challenged when a black truck from hell comes for him. Night Of The Rat - A family has a rat problem but this is no oridnary rat.

Aj V (br) wrote: A great journalism drama/thriller with great actors, it's even pretty exciting for the most part. If you like movies about journalism, I highly recommend it.

Trent R (au) wrote: The ritual disembowelments are a dull rehash, and repeat far too frequently. But the character acting, drunken dance sequences and wildly unethical N.O.P.D. behavior are spot on hilarious. I am biased in this regard, but if you are fond of the city and `70s proto-slashers, the upcoming Code Red dvd should have some appeal.

John M (mx) wrote: A bleak story of love and loss in Faulkner's south, by way of Horton Foote and the great Robert Duvall. In the same year he worked wonders as Tom Hagen for Coppola, Duvall gave this amazing performance that is sure to remind you of Slingblade's Karl Childers. Fentry is a care-taker at a sawmill closed for the winter who takes in a pregnant woman who quickly becomes the love of his life. Understated performances match the austere surroundings and B&W cinematography that reminds you of so much Depression-era photography by Lange or Evans. The only problems this has is the awkward framing device that comes from Faulkner but is never really integrated into the rest of the story, and the frequent feel that the film is too faithful to the play and ignoring the opportunities that film provides.

Jay B (it) wrote: Quite predictable and not that enthralling. When A Stranger Calls suffers from cheap scares, slow pacing, uninteresting acting & poor storytelling.

Jake A (mx) wrote: Vin Diesel and Michael Caine have been in far better films and even though they are likable in this they are worthy of far better. Besides those two the rest of the cast is pretty bland, the score is decent, it looks great visually but the action is weak and the plot is relatively predictable.