In the weeks prior to the start of the Civil War, Confederate sympathizers hope to help their cause by inciting a Navajo war in the New Mexico Territory. Director Frederick de Cordova's 1953 western stars Audie Murphy, Robert Sterling, Joan Evans, Ray Collins, Dennis Weaver, Palmer Lee, Jack Kelly, James Best, Bob Steele and Ralph Moody.
- Stars:Audie Murphy, Joan Evans, Robert Sterling, Ray Collins, Dennis Weaver, Gregg Palmer, Russell Johnson, Jack Kelly, Johnny Downs, Bob Steele, James Best, Ralph Moody, Rico Alaniz,
- Director:Frederick De Cordova,
- Writer:William Sackheim (story), William Sackheim (screenplay)
As Lt. Jed Sayre struggles to prevent pre-Civil War tensions and a racist commanding officer from triggering war between the U.S. Cavalry and Navajo Indians, he finds his efforts are being ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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(ag) wrote: You know when you see certain films and they just seem to stay with you well after you have watched them? "Another Kind" is one of those films. I really didn't know what to expect when I set down to watch-alone, at 1 a.m. but man was I I pleasantly surprised. More so than any other film I have watched that boasted claims such as the description to "Another Kind" declared. In the tradition of "Blair Witch Project" and "The X- Files". A lot of films claim to be comparable to iconic films such as these but very few really deliver. So not the case with this little indie film. Before I get into the depth of how cool, and entertaining the film is I need to give some background info on "Another Kind". The film's directed by Jonathan Blitstein and stars little known actors Jamie Law, Nate Miller, Laura Ramadei and Patrick Woodall. The story follows the four on a winter snowshoeing/camping trip into the wilderness in the Catskills to gear up for a future adventure at Mt. Everest. The adventure turns tragic as a series of mishaps prove to be more than the amateur outbackers can handle. It is a nightmare that only hints at the bigger horror happening around them. Now for my thoughts on this little gem of a thriller. "Another Kind" has one of those story elements that keeps you on the edge, guessing what really is going on from the moment the characters snowshoes get strapped on. The atmosphere of the film is one of solemn unease. You almost feel the tragedy from the beginning of the film even before anything significant happens. There is just a well conveyed sense of apprehension that seemed to infect me as I watched the film. The actors do an above apt job bringing these characters to life, it is impressive just how comfortable they seem in front of the camera. The performances are genuine and engaging. I felt invested in the characters wellbeing which intensified the chilling nature of the story. In all honesty "Another Kind" reminded me more of "Yellow Brick Road" with a surprise sci-fi twist ending. I bounced back and forth on whether the film was a nightmare flip out of psyches or if the things were really happening that I was seeing on screen. The film gives good thrills. The special effects are limited, but mostly because there are very few moments in the film that require anything extra, "Another Kind" works more on psychological horror and tension than physical gruesomeness. The sound track and nightmarish situations are what pull the punches with this film, punches are more often creepy and unsettling with almost no lull. The sounds and cinematography used in "Another Kind" is reminiscent of the classic age of horror films from the late 70's and early 80's. Not with gimmicks but with a natural style just seems timeless and recognizable. Oh and the ending on this film remains pretty elusive right up until the very end, and it is a cool ending that I was not expecting. I knew there was a certain sci-fi component because of the title and possible truth behind the events that unfold in the film, I just wasn't expecting the ending that happens in "Another Kind" and it was rewarding. This film actually made me a bit uneasy after it was over, considering I live in the mountains, surrounded by forests that can be pretty frickin' creepy at times. See this movie, it doesn't disappoint.
(ag) wrote: I am not the kind who usually posts a movie review .This one however compelled me to share it.I am so glad to have finally watched this amazing film.This has something for every woman in this world.
(kr) wrote: One of the better DC animated movies with an action packed story, cool characters and an intriguing plot.
(gb) wrote: slow, confused, and pretentious does not make a film "artistic" or "deep", it just makes it slow, confused, and pretentious.
(au) wrote: Originally written June 10, 2011--The checkered past of Capt. Jack Sparrow (Johnny Depp) catches up to him when he encounters Angelica (Penlope Cruz), a beautiful pirate that Jack once loved, then left. Angelica forces him to accompany her to the Queen Anne's Revenge, the ship of the notorious Blackbeard (Ian McShane). Accompanied by a zombie crew, the trio sets sail to find the legendary Fountain of Youth. However, Jack's rival, Capt. Barbossa (Geoffrey Rush), also seeks the fountain, as does a ship from Spain.While not nearly as entertaining as the first three films in this saga, "On Stranger Tides" is good, but slightly disappointing. After three films, Depp certainly knows how to portray his wacky protagonist and does his very best in this fourth "Pirates" film. My primary complaint though is that Cruz just does not seem like her normal sexy self in the portrayal of Jack's former flame. I loved Cruz in "Sahara" and desperately wished she had brought more from that role to this one. Alas, the chemistry between her and Depp was just not there. I also wish that Orlando Bloom and Kiera Knightley had been a part of this film as well. Other than that, this film is entertaining and does a serviceable job with the mermaids who are central to this story. One thumb up, one thumb down.
(br) wrote: It started out like your typical horror flick but then near the end it got so preposterous that it became just a lousy stupid gore fest,I just didn't buy it,SKIP IT!!!
(au) wrote: You hear the premise and you think you've seen this movie before and you're right but not acted or layered like this film.
(kr) wrote: Originally planned to document Woody's jazz band world-wide tour, ended up focusing entirely on Woody and his controversial affair with his "stepdaughter".
(au) wrote: mark dacascos at his peak hard as fuck
(es) wrote: I wish she shot me after watching this movie
(fr) wrote: Nakadai's performance is unreal.
(mx) wrote: Most people let??s say in the last month would consider the word ??anaconda?? synonymous with Nicki Minaj??s provocatively awful tune of the same name? but before that came out to dominate the musical industry and the social life of many people, the term anaconda was synonymous with a creature feature film that over the years gained cult status for being so bad that it became good. A snake creature feature that like its fellow movie monsters (such as the shark, piranhas or crocodiles) has become globally recognised as a creature of fearful proportions because humans are the prey they desire. Anaconda??s tagline ??when you can??t breathe you can??t scream?? follows in the same trend as Jaws which tells us to ??don??t go into the water?? therefore you go into the film with an impending sense of terror but when you finish the film Anaconda is extremely different to Jaws in the sense that you are actually fearful of the water but these snakes don??t alarm you because of their highly unrealistic nature. The Amazonian jungle scenery as it is can be dangerous without anacondas, as experienced by one character that turns unconscious after being stung in throat by a wasp underwater. The addition of the anaconda leaves the characters on the boat staring into the abyss of the jungle wondering what possible dangers are lurking at any moment and this lets you engage with the visuals more. The characters are suspicious of the nature and therefore you become fearful of the jungle, which in turn allows you to pay more attention to the beautiful photography that is on show as you will find yourself glaring at the screen waiting for the anaconda to pounce. The imagery is as realistic as you can get but the giant anaconda plonked into the jungle undermines the backdrop as an authentic playground for these monsters because they seem too powerful for their surroundings and as you know Mother Nature must be the toughest of all. The anaconda gives off a frightening feel about it, similar to the shark in Jaws, because you don??t see it until the end. You begin to think about what it could look like and how dangerous it can be due to it being hyped up by the characters. Your imagination is allowed to explore the potential of the anaconda, following the formula that is so effective for creature features. Once the final act begins and the anaconda appears in its full-blown appearance, it loses its fear factor because it is just to super in everything it does. We see too much of it by the end that it numbs you to its dangerous potential. The anaconda is excessive in its appearance that it becomes farcical rather than scary; probably the only scary thing about it is that it eats its prey as a whole rather than nibbles, which can leave you with nightmares full of phobias! In terms of the cast, there are quite a handful of actors/musicians that are famous today. Jennifer Lopez and Ice Cube are the world-famous musicians working for National Geographic in search of a long-lost Indian tribe in the Amazon rainforest. J-Lo cannot be killed because she is a global superstar and it would perhaps tarnish her image and this may be the first film where a black guy has the possibility to survive! Jon Voight, Danny Trejo and Owen Wilson make up the rest of notable actors. Voight needs to be noted in this movie, as he was a 59-year old man portraying a more youthful fearless hunter searching for a giant anaconda. He is too creepy in his role as he suspiciously takes control of the crew after the wasp incident and his actions and accent are so hilarious that he becomes more recognisable than the anaconda by the end! On the whole all the characters are forgettable, maybe Voight would be familiar for his ridiculous performance, but nevertheless the characters are so bland and boring that when some meet their death at the hands of the anaconda you might as well cheer. Anaconda was heavily nominated at the Golden Raspberry Awards otherwise known as the Razzies? an award ceremony for the worst films of the year. It was nominated for worst picture, director, screenplay, actor, screen couple and new star but didn??t win any? Kevin Costner in The Postman unfortunately did. Although it was nominated for so many awards, it wasn??t that bad of a film, but still lacklustre for its genre that has a bar set so high by Jaws. The Verdict: With such hilariously crafted characters and an over-the-top monster that ceases to be scary after its first appearance, Anaconda could really have been a creature feature classic if it adopted a more profoundly dark approach to pretty much everything it conveys. ???????????????????? 3/10
(ag) wrote: Man, fuck this movie. Acting sucks, plot, dialogue, special effects, camera work, it all sucks! Terrible, terrible film.