From Hell to Texas
The naive cowboy Tod Lohman accidentally kills the son of the powerful land baron Hunter Boyd. Tod runs for his life, pursued by the dead man's vengeful brothers. Tod shelters on the ranch of Amos Bradley and he falls in love with his daughter Juanita. However, Tod is concerned that he'll eventually have to leave when his pursuers catch up with him.
- Stars:Don Murray, Diane Varsi, Chill Wills, Dennis Hopper, R.G. Armstrong, Jay C. Flippen, Margo, John Larch, Ken Scott, Rodolfo Acosta, Salvador Baguez, Harry Carey Jr., Jerry Oddo, José Torvay, Malcolm Atterbury,
- Director:Henry Hathaway,
- Writer:Robert Buckner (screenplay), Wendell Mayes (screenplay), Charles O. Locke (book)
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From Hell to Texas torrent reviews
(es) wrote: Truly Canadian, nuff said
(de) wrote: Now this movie is absolutely positively undoubtedly awful!
(ru) wrote: BLEW MY MIND! Great intertwining tale of characters! Cast was great and story surreally funny.
(gb) wrote: You'd think a movie so similar to TV's own "Friends" would get a little bit too frothy and a little bit too cliched. But with "Beautiful Girls", you instead get a nifty little ensemble comedy that is in touch with reality but warm enough to make you feel good after watching it. You could say the whole idea behind the film is a coming-of-age story for well, a bunch of guys in their 20's. Add a bunch of "beautiful girls" into the story, most movies would try to couple everybody up. But with its realistic sensibilities, the only things we get to view is couples past romance, in romance, or want romance, but never really looking for it. All of the men and women here are all nervous about settling down but also want it, and it's done with such taste that not one moment feels sappy. I connected with these characters-- not because I'm like them or in some cases because I liked them-- because we've all met people like these, and we feel for them. The excellent ensemble cast, which makes use of its big names, all do a splendid job in giving us insecure, but sincere characterizations. Natalie Portman, who was around fifteen at the time, steals every scene as Timothy Hutton's acid tongued, awkward love interest. Ted Demme's directing style is perfect, because he creates a film that is just as funny as it is thoughtful, and the screenplay by Scott Rosenberg is insightful and witty. By the time I was finished with "Beautiful Girls", not only was I feeling refreshed by how genuine it was, but I was really glad I watched it. This is one of the defining movies of the '90's. Recommended.
(au) wrote: Good for Sunday afternoon viewing.
(ru) wrote: Hallelujah! Infectious it is.
(fr) wrote: "Big Ass Spider!" has everything a good horror-comedy should have. It begins with a dose of mystery and intrigue, builds its story very nicely, and delivers with special effects, action, gore, and continued laughs. Very nicely acted movie that never takes itself too seriously, and is basically great fun!
(ru) wrote: Frnsett den udda, smroliga mixen att blanda ihop vikingatid med sci-fi s r Outlander egentligen mest en hyfsad parentes. Det r ltt att frst varfr den floppade p biograferna. ndock lyckas filmen hlla mitt intresse vid liv hela vgen genom, frmst tack vare alltid sevrda John Hurt, och stackars begvade Jim Caviezel som hr gr det han kan gra med det lilla han har att spela p. Rtt schyssta effekter och monsterdesign utifrn den begrnsade budget man hade. Outlander r flyktig underhllning fr dem som gillar vikingar, eller sci-fi-filmer - eller som i detta fallet: - bde och. Andra kan st ver.
(kr) wrote: Once in a while, an extraordinary film comes along and changes everything. This is one of them.
(mx) wrote: recommended for ironic viewing only.