El jinete solitario

El jinete solitario

Masked Rider adventure-hero.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:75 minutes
  • Release:1958
  • Language:Spanish
  • Reference:Imdb
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Chayc (br) wrote: Chick-full of supremely unlikable characters, it's just barely interesting and weird enough for you to keep watching.

John P (nl) wrote: Nice little horror films about one's fears based on a short story by Clive Barker. Everyone involved does a fine job, especially Laura Donnelly and Jackson Rathbone.

Konrad W (au) wrote: Ever since Barry in Auf Wiedersehen, Pet I've been a huge fan of Timothy Spall and once again he puts on a great performance here. However there's no question that this movie is owned by the mullet-headed David Wenham whose perfomance was fantastic - "like being courteous to your victims an' that." LOLThe cinematography was clever and imaginatively showed off the Gold Coast, unfortunately though the plot was slow to get going and not very imaginative. Finally I feel a bit for Sam Worthington, although he gets top billing he's really just supported Spall and Wenham. Lets hope he makes more of an impression in the re-make of Clash of the Titans....i have my doubts though

Andrew F (ca) wrote: Great fights! I saw this in the theater with my wife and some friends and I'm the only one that liked it. As a matter of fact they hated it and they made fun of me for liking it so much so be warned-probably only for martial arts movie fans.

Ryan C (ca) wrote: wasnt so impressed with this one either but it was better then the first the effects and acting were better but the mruder scenes werent as great well the fans as woman scene was pretty good but the stroyline was basic so it was ok but nothing to great to get excited over and im still let down by this series

Shaun (kr) wrote: The bomb, wanna know where to find it on dvd.

Faley A (mx) wrote: Beautifully done ! passionate and wonderful... great great creation. A true artist never creates his art for others pleasure.. arts ambrosia is only itself

Sherry L (ca) wrote: Clark Gable was named "The King of Hollywood" and as a matter of fact Myrna Loy was once named "The Queen of Hollywood" and with Jean Harlow and James Stewart as co-stars and director Clarence Brown, nothing can really go wrong.The chemistry between Gable and Loy is just amazing, as the chemistry between Gable and Harlow (this was after all their fourth out of six movies they did together). Clark Gable is playing V.S., magazine publisher Van Stanhope who is living a nice and carefree life, married to the lovely Linda (Myrna Loy). Their marriage sparkle like never before, that is until Mimi, Linda's mother-in-law, starts giving Linda warnings that Van might be just like his father; a hopeless ladies' man!, and that she better put a watching eye on her husband's sexy blonde secretary, Whitey (Jean Harlow). James Stewart (who only appeared in a few scenes in this movie as "Whitey's" boyfriend) once said that he failed in the kissing scene with Jean Harlow on purpose, because he enjoyed so much to do it again and again, since she was such a great kisser!Though many people consider this movie much weaker than the "follow up movie"; Libeled Lady (with Loy, Harlow, William Powell & Spencer Tracy), I must reserve myself to say something until I have revisited Libeled Lady once again. I however think there are many screwball comedies besides the big ones (Adam's Rib, His Girl Friday, My Man Godfrey, Bringing Up Baby, The Awful Truth, The Lady Eve, It Happened One Night for example...) that are being overlooked and underrated. And I think Wife vs. Secretary belongs to that underrated category. Some more "spice" to the plot, and this would have been a 80%-movie for me."Mimi: My dear, men are like that. So honorable and wise in some things and just like naughty children in others. You wouldn't blame a little boy for stealing a piece of candy if left alone with a whole boxful, will you?"

Cole W (mx) wrote: Though it has some of the romance movie cliches, I can't say I didn't enjoy it.