Boom Town

Boom Town

McMasters and Sand come to oil towns to get rich. Betsey comes West intending to marry Sand but marries McMasters instead. Getting rich and losing it all teaches McMasters and Sand the value of personal ties.

Two buddies who rise from fly-by-night wildcatters to oil tycoons over a twenty year period both love the same woman. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Nick M (us) wrote: Funny, crazy, and a total trip. Nothing particularly smart or deep, but full of enough crazy imagery and fun dialogue to provide for an insanely fun time

William H (es) wrote: where is the lighthouse? ......maybe he was still port it.

Joel P (ru) wrote: Possibly one of the most powerful movies I've watched to date. Bale's acting is amazing as always. This movie will melt your heart.

Yutaka K (nl) wrote: Splendid. This films shows only what it is necessary for the audience to see. The use of natural lighting is such a great way to express each emotional stage of Yumiko as she slowly overcomes the death of her ex-husband. Wordless.

Hannah D (es) wrote: Really good but you can't expect anything less than great form Neil Simon.

Patrick P (it) wrote: The funny thing is, it seems this picture has more in common with Dersu Uzala than it does with Ran. It's an introspective character study disguised as an epic.

Neil O (br) wrote: Perhaps the zenith of the Hammer Frankenstein series this film is a grim tale with multiple deaths, a heart rending performance by Freddy Jones and has some amazing set pieces. Best of all though is Cushing who, after four previous outings in the role, delivers his most cold-blooded portrayal of the mad Baron. Frankenstein Must Be Destroyed is one of Hammer's most delicately crafted productions. Production values are way above par. Bert Batt and Anthony Nelson-Keys deliver an excellent script. Arthur Grant's photography, James Bernard's score and Terence Fisher's direction are all exemplary. Not only the best of the Hammer Frankestein series, but also Terence Fisher's finest film. And truly one of the finest British films ever made. Period.

Noel P (gb) wrote: Liked the whole series.

Joe M (nl) wrote: Good family flick of a dystopian future that doesn't bear up under much scrutiny even while watching it. Enjoyable.