Cave of Outlaws

Cave of Outlaws

Western starring Macdonald Carey. Having served a prison sentence for robbery, Pete Carver decides to go back for the hidden loot. But someone is on his trail.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:75 minutes
  • Release:1951
  • Language:English
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:prison,   rescue,   1870s,  

Released after serving 15 years in prison for train robbery Pete Carver being the only survivor of the gang goes looking for the loot in the caves where it was hidden. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Cave of Outlaws torrent reviews

Eric B (gb) wrote: The second part, very well animated, and filled with more action than Part 1. Completes the story arc with perfect execution from the source material.

Jerry G (ru) wrote: A surprising gem for an independent film

Faisal M (ca) wrote: This is a very well made movue. This has to be one of the best performances by Suniel Shetty. I was imprssed by sameera reddy also. Nseeruddin shah in a very very brief role was awsome. Vinod khanna was just ok. the supporting cast was great.The story line was great and did not drag even for a second. Really liekd the movie and am sure this movie wont be liked by everyone as it doenst have ANY masala.... overall a well made movie.

Christopher B (us) wrote: I liked this. Cheesy but awesome action and visuals.

Alejandro L (ag) wrote: Es una comedia drama, pero no es divertida, aunque la historia de un vuelco interesante, deja la parte del drama a medio explorar. Regular, muy regular.

Matthew S (jp) wrote: another great mamet film, with great performances from joe mantegna and william h. macy. it's a racially charged riff on the police procedural, and it's dialogue is endlessly fascinating in that staccatto rhythm only mamet has...

Chad S (gb) wrote: could use a little more whore mangling

Danny R (fr) wrote: Sidney Lumet's fascinating, emotionally powerful crime drama which is based upon a true story, concerning a young undercover narcotics cop named Daniel Ciello, played marvelously by Treat Williams in the performance of his career, who decides to reveal the corruption within his elite unit. This taut excellently crafted film constitutes a social drama about the law, the lawless and the raging forces at work in New York City. "Prince" is a complex detailed look at the process by which one man who starts out to redeem himself by revealing some truths, and the moral dilemma that he faces as an informant, who fines himself more a victim than a hero as he is drawn step-by-step into giving information about his police partners that would ultimately destroy them. Astute direction by Sidney Lumet, with stupendous character portrayals by a game cast that includes Richard Forony, Don Billett, Kenny Marino, Carmine Caridi, Tony Page, Bob Balaban, Paul Roebling, James Tolkan, Lindsay Crouse, Ronald Maccone, Ron Karabatso, Tony DiBenedetto, Tony Munafo, and Robert Christian, with the late great Jerry Orbach a standout as Gus Levy, a tough, no-nonsense detective who was Ciello best friend before he turned into an informant. Painstakingly detailed, with excellent use of New York locations, beautifully photographed by Andrzej Bartkowiak, with superb editing by Jack Fitzstephens. A complex, engrossing motion picture by the late great American master filmmaker/director Sidney Lumet. Winner of the New York Film Circle Award, Best Director: Sidney Lumet. Golden Globe Awards nominations, Best Picture, Best Director: Sidney Lumet, Best Actor: Treat Williams. Academy Awards nominations: Best Adapted Screenplay: Jay Presson Allen and Sidney Lumet. Highly Recommended.

Flaky M (ag) wrote: i love this movie so much

Jason T (ru) wrote: Great performances and a very good feel good sports drama. Instead of the actual sport, I enjoy how the movie focuses more on the families and the coach. Like most sports dramas, the movie has a very predictable plot and you'll know what happens before even starting the movie. It follows a very predictable storyline but the movie is well written and acted and more fun than a lot of these sports films.

Baxter W (jp) wrote: The movie wasnot sobad