Call of the Prairie
Hoppy returns to find Johnny in trouble. Buck Peters has been shot by Porter who made it look like Johnny did it. When Johnny flees he runs into Linda. He takes a liking to her only to learn her father Shanghai is one of Porter's gang. Going after Shanghai, he gets captured by the gang and Porter now plans to kill him. But Hoppy is near by and Johnny will get unexpected help from Shanghai.
- Stars:William Boyd, James Ellison, Muriel Evans, George 'Gabby' Hayes, Chester Conklin, Al Bridge, Willie Fung, Howard Lang, Hank Mann, Al Hill, Jim Mason, John Merton, Chill Wills, Art Green, Walter Trask,
- Director:Howard Bretherton,
Hoppy has to bust up a gang of outlaws with the help of his sidekicks Shanghai and Johnny. As usual, he walks through the fusillade unscathed. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Call of the Prairie torrent reviews
(br) wrote: This horrible film really drives me crazy.
(de) wrote: Cloverfield is not really a scary movie. It's a monster movie...and basically running the hell away from that monster to survive. For some reason, I didn't really care too much about the characters in this movie. Anyway, it's a solid 6/10 OR 3/5. Good enough to enjoy but not the best in its type.
(jp) wrote: Mr. Refn apparently doesn't like his leading men to talk all that much. Pretty yawn-inducing stuff.
(it) wrote: THIS FILM WAS SOOOOOOOOOOOOOO WEIRD AND EDWARD FURLONG WAS SOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO SCARY!!!!!!!!!!!!!
(fr) wrote: Annette Bening is at her most brilliant playing an aging but ever-manipulative stage actress of the 1930s. She was robbed of her Oscar for the second time, as her sparkling performance here far outstrips that of eventual winner Hilary Swank in the dreary Million Dollar Baby. Being Julia is a competent little period comedy, which might lack the dramatic weight or 'respectable' moralising of its contemporaries but instead provides an intelligent and guilt-free sense of unabashed fun, as Bening's Julia jumps from illicit affairs to her madcap attempts at keeping her star the brightest in all the West End. The finale is utterly brilliant, and sets Julia almost in a league with the legendary Margo Channing as Hollywood's most devilish on-screen actress. This is a brillianly fun movie.
(br) wrote: Gripping and devastating in equal measure. Excellent performances from an excellent cast.
(it) wrote: I'm surprised the audience rating is not higher. Considering that this is a WWII-era film, the effects and the story telling were first rate.
(mx) wrote: Gar nicht realisiert, dass im Vergleich zu den spteren Filmen ja sehr wenig Tanz vorkommt. Die wenigen Tanzszenen sind aber immer noch toll. Bleibt bei drei Sternen. (Mai 2014)---awesome dance scenes! story is nothing new but all in all it was good entertainment. i enjoyed watching it. (April 6, 2008)
(fr) wrote: War Horse is a fantastic war drama that brings Spielbergs mastery of emotion and scope to the screen. It may be very campy in some scenes, but it never took away from this epic experience and journey.
(ru) wrote: WHO SAYS REVENGE TASTES SWEET? - The 1999 film adaptation of what is assumed to be Shakespeare's first tragedy 'Titus Andronicus' (written between 1588 and 1593). I write 'assumed', because there has been a lot of discussion about who wrote it for this story is bloodier and crueler than Shakespeare's other masterpieces. Set in the Ancient Rome, director Julie Taymor used old (chariots, swords) with modern elements (cars, guns) to express the timelessness of this story. The use of this mixture along with the original dialogue could be a bit bizarre for some viewers, but for me it totally works. 'Titus' is all about the storyline that deals with family, revenge, rape and murder. I confess that I like it better than 'Romeo and Juliet' and 'Hamlet'. The cruel faith of Lavinia and the epic conclusion haunted me for days. Even now that I've seen the movie more than once, it still brings chills to my spine. Brilliant performances by Anthony Hopkins as 'Titus Andronicus' and Jessica Lange as 'Queen Tamora'. After losing 21 of his 25 sons in the battle against the Goths Roman general Titus Andronicus (Hopkins) returns victoriously to Rome with hostages: the Goth Queen Tamora (Lange), her three sons and the Moor Aaron (her secret lover). Despite the pleas of Tamora Ttius sacrifices her oldest son, Alarbus, to avenge the loss of his own children during the war. Wrecked by it all, Tamora vows revenge on Titus and his family. Shortly after that the Emperor of Rome passes away. While the princes Saturninus and Bassianus quarrel to claim the throne, it is tribune Marcus Andronicus who announces that the people want his brother Titus to be the new ruler. But the Roman general refuses and supports the eldest son Saturninus, who is eventually elected Emperor. As a present Titus gives him his war trophies (Tamora and her family). Saturninus tells Titus that for his first act as Emperor, he will marry Titus's daughter Lavinia. The general agrees, although Lavinia is in love with Bassianus, who refuses to give her up. Together with Titus' four remaining sons, they make a run for it. Feeling dishonored by his own children Titus follows them and kills his son Mitius. Although Saturninus is displeased, he pardons them all and chooses a new bride: Tamora! During the royal hunt party new Empress Tamora, her lover Aaron and her two sons put things into motion to get their revenge. There will be blood...