Blood on the Moon

Blood on the Moon

Mitchum plays drifter cowboy Jim Garry. After receiving a job-offer letter from smooth-talking Tate Riling (Preston), Garry rides into an Indian reservation and finds himself in the middle of a feud between cattle ranchers and homesteaders. What Garry doesn't realize is that Riling, the man he now works for, is crooked.

When a shady-looking stranger rides into town to join his old friend it is assumed he is a hired gun. But as the new man comes to realise the unlawful nature of his buddy's business and the... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Blood on the Moon torrent reviews

Barry T (ru) wrote: A rather miscast Blunt and Firth in and otherwise dull bland insipid road movie. He is Arthur which is an ailias and she is Mike. Nothing realy happens all

Wayne D (es) wrote: The drawcard for me was that ace photographer and self-potrait goddess Cindy Sherman directed it - and it shows, from the start the noir mood with shadowy photography and beautiful framing is a joy to behold. However, there's also some great fun to be had with Carol Kane's quirky and understated performance. It's a bit of a slow burn, this one, but if you get hooked by it, it's a film that you may find you hold dear. Strangely hypnotic and I didn't think especially gory (and I'm a complete wuss about such things). It's special.

Harry W (nl) wrote: I've never seen a documentary that chronicles African-American history as finely as When We Were Kings does, and it's undoubtably the greatest documentary I've ever seen.When We Were Kings used the strongest possible manner to alarm audiences to the fact that if anything, African-Americans are the true kings of the land because of what they have survived even in a time where they are no longer treated as fairly as the beings they once were, and it uses Muhammed Ali's story as one big symbolic tale, and so ultimately it seems that few beings alive wouldn't understand the importance of Leon Gast's feature, and so When We Were Kings becomes one of the most important documentaries ever to be on existence that should be something shown in schools so that this Documentary Masterpiece is never forgotten and so every student worldwide understands the importance of beings that were kings once upon a time. And honestly, there has never been such perfect portrayal of the life of Muhammed Ali in any other media than in When We Were Kings.There's nothing more to say, because there will be kings was just beautiful and I feel honoured to have been born in the same year that this thought provoking masterpiece won the Academy Award for Best Documentary Feature.

Chandra S (kr) wrote: One of the most complex characterizations and plot-turns together!

David L (au) wrote: Tootsie is nowadays a bit dated in its depiction of sexes and it is never as funny as it should have been, but its humor does provide some memorable moments and the premise is very smart and authentic if the movie never quite uses it to its full extent. But the character development is superb, the approach is realistic, the plot is always engaging, the conclusion is genius, the pacing is polished and the acting is top-notch with above all Dustin Hoffman being the standout here in a difficult role proving once again how he's a force to be reckoned with and one of the finest actors ever to grace the silver screen.

Brian S (de) wrote: Great cast. Quite Hitchcockian. Fantastic film! Needs to screen in L.A. sometime!

Private U (it) wrote: Bob Hope and Bing Crosby at their best! This movie is a must-watch!

Sean I (ag) wrote: Funny as hell. This movie is a classic!

Kyle M (jp) wrote: It has most of the predecessor's charm, with a sadder tone. But even though Snoopy got his own film, it can't beat Charlie Brown's. (A-)(Full review coming soon)