Cattle baron John Chisum joins forces with Billy the Kid and Pat Garrett to fight the Lincoln County land war.

Kind-hearted, fatherly John Chisum (John Wayne) owns a large ranch in Lincoln County, New Mexico, in the 1870s. But a ruthless land speculator and a corrupt sheriff threaten everything for which he has worked... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Chisum torrent reviews

Matthew S (es) wrote: cant stand woody allen shows

Matthew H (br) wrote: While You Were Sleeping can be described no other way than "that cheesy 90's romantic comedy with Sandra Bullock." It's a throwaway Valentine's day movie night with the girlfriend or wife, boyfriend or husband: that's all it's good for.

(nl) wrote: "He's been shot twenty-two times. Twenty-two! That muffugga ain't got no blood."The film's title probably didn't do much for its marketing campaign, if there even was one. And really, that's the only area where this movie failed. It's like CB4 but funny. And relevant. Even to this day. Even if you don't like rap as much as I do.

Michael W (it) wrote: Following the death of their mom, four children take a road trip to search for their uncle and avoid foster care.

Adam L (ag) wrote: I'm no Hui...definitely a haole...but I love this movie none the less. Great memories...much watch!

Justin A (de) wrote: Bonus points for all the He-Man references. Several He-Man characters and references show up from the cartoon. Including (obviously) He-Man, Skeletor, the Sorceress, Man at Arms, Teela, Evil-Lyn, and Castle Greyskull. At least it got that stuff right and it is pretty fun seeing them on the big screen if you were a little kid who loved this kind of stuff.The problem is the shift from Eternia to present day earth. It's unnecessary and feels more like the plot to a bad 80s comedy movie, and not something that should be a fantasy adventure. The fish-out-of-water scenario would work better the other way around with a present day earth person going to Eternia (if Hollywood absolutely needed some "connection" for the audience that wasn't He-Man). And the story they went with is just a sad depressing mess that doesn't really make sense. Courtney Cox's parents died in a plane crash, so she's going to hop on a plane to run away from her upcoming high school graduation and her life? Why is this in a kids movie?If they focused on keeping the story IN Eternia, and included things like the Battlecat (which may have been a bit difficult to do in the 80s), then this could have been a lot of fun. Something along the lines of a kids version of Conan the Barbarian. I guess they were afraid that keeping it all in a fantasy world might have made it too close to the flop Krull. I have no idea why they swayed away from that route.Decent, but only if you like He-Man. Otherwise, you'll likely hate this movie.

Walter G (it) wrote: It wasn't complete crap, there are some choice moments

Justin S (au) wrote: Maybe two good songs and a few good scenes.

James C (mx) wrote: Enjoyable diamond heist caper with Charles Grodin (who was a co-writer) providing a laid back performance and some sardonic voice over narration. Supporting performances by Candice Bergen, John Gielgud, Trevor Howard and James Mason are good. Also has a wonderful score by Michael J. Lewis.

Phil D (br) wrote: Isaac Hayes in that gold chain-link vest is worth 1.5 hours of angry, incoherent Richard Pryor rants. Great funk/blues soundtrack, and a stunning portrait of early 70s Black American outrage.

Scott P (au) wrote: Love her, but story was pretty flat. Had a couple steamy moments that helped.