Bad Company

Bad Company

Jeff Bridges stars as young con man named Jake Rumsey in this highly original Western. After Drew Dixon (Barry Brown), an upright young man, is sent west by his religious family to avoid being drafted into the Civil War, he drifts across the land with a loose confederation of young vagrants.

A god-fearing Ohio boy dodging the Civil War draft arrives in Jefferson City where he joins up with a hardscrabble group of like runaways heading west. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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F B (jp) wrote: Watchable but not very good acting and a predictable story

Greg P (es) wrote: Tries too hard to be what it's not. It should just go one step further and be a softcore movie.

Tony A (au) wrote: Young Picasso in Catcher In The Rye.

lauren j (gb) wrote: omg i loved it so much and jeremy sumpter is so hott no matter wat u ppl think

CarrotCake1994 A (au) wrote: based loosely on the true story of the serum run of Nome, Alaska 1925, Balto is a sweet animated classic with the voices of Kevin Bacon and Bob Hoskins. Balto is a wolf husky mix who is bullied by his canine peers. when the towns' children fall sick with diptheria, a dog team, led by bad dog, Steele, is sent to fetch the lifesaving medicine. when the team gets lost, the shy, kindly Balto takes it on himself to find the team and bring home the medicine.well animated with beautiful music, Balto will warm the coldest of hearts. the characters are likable and the voice acting fantastic. the message is good, teaching children not to isolate others and to believe in themselves.

Jens T (ru) wrote: Europa Europa is a wonderful war film, based on the real story about a young german jewish teenage boy named Solomon Perel who grows up in the so called third reich where anti-semetism was normal and actually required. He and his family then fled to Poland, where the nazi also comes, Solomon and his brother Isaak decides to run away, while the rest of the family decides to stay. Solomon and Isaak separates because Isaak rather chose to live in the nazi occupied Poland than in the soviet controlled area, which Solomon decides to do. But neither there is it safe for very long. He's then captured by the germans, but he claims to an ethic aryan german who is taken prisoner by the russians. And miraculously enough, he survives the whole war by masquerading as ethic aryan german. He dangerously enough is listed into the Hitler Jungen.Europa Europa is a well made film. The excitement that Solomon can be unmasked any minute. But we also learn that not every german is nazis, and that some of them wear actually humans, because this is not secret he can't hide for ever, and some german finds out. And it's makes my heart feel such joy to see that there some humans that can see pass differences. Solomon also befriends a german solider that is an actor, and Solomon ask him how is it playing some other people. And the soldier replies "Easier than playing yourself. A line that would be the only thing that could relax our mind the rest of the film. And also made me thinking about the term acting. My conclution about Europa Europa is that it's a wonderful war film that is focusing more on the different characters than the war itself. I give it a strong thumbs up.

Thomas P (mx) wrote: This high class sixties soap opera shows off the talents of Ingrid Bergman Yves Montand and Anthony Hopkins, with its air of sophistication and intriguing style. The story is rather bland, but it's enough to allow the performances and the great black and white visuals to carry the film. Hopkins awkwardness fits in perfectly here, since he plays the younger fling of Bergman versus the older sophistication of Montand.Perfect for a rainy Sunday afternoon.3 out of 5 stars

Nat H (ag) wrote: Mildly entertaining. Effects were good for its time and the characters had some meaning to the viewer but over-all lacks good battle scenes and good story (It could've been much more developed). More on its way of becoming a family comedy then a decent fantasy movie.

Magnus S (jp) wrote: A lost opportunity. Alejandro Amenbar's first film in six years - I was hoping for something more.