Goin' South

Goin' South

Henry Moon is captured for a capital offense by a posse when his horse quits while trying to escape to Mexico. He finds that there is a post-Civil War law in the small town that any single or widowed woman can save him from the gallows by marrying him.

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Goin' South torrent reviews

Paul K (br) wrote: Well worth a look.Strange, haunting - amazing in so many ways. I am not sure about the band's music - I should like it more - the music can be incredibly emotional and touching, but doesn't light me up. The film itself is really good - scenes from Iceland's amazing countryside and small towns, along with interviews & concert footage.

Tyler B (mx) wrote: There are many bad things in the world. Some things worst than others. Then, there's Zeltzerberg. Some call them idiots. Some call them unfunny. But I refrain from calling them those thing. I like to acknowledge them for who they really are. Scum. Con Artist. The stains on humanity's underwear. It one thing to be pretentious. It's one thing to be ignorant. But when you are in full mental use of your brain, and you hear the cries of audience members and critics around the world to stop your antics, to stop your abominable acts, and STILL, STILL you continue to make the same garbage over and over again, that isn't just not giving a damn, that's insane. These "writers" are 't just bad. They're the WORST. Stooping to a low so low. Like digging a grave so fucking deep, that even God himself can't even comprehend what the fuck is going on. For all those lucky enough to avoid this monstrosity, I envy you. -10/10

O S (it) wrote: Quick funny movie. I waited so long to see it I was hoping for more.

bill s (ag) wrote: Better movies have done this material in a more interesting artistic way.

David H (it) wrote: Absolut Incredible strange, bizzare, amusing and funny one of the best modern Japanese Movies

James C (mx) wrote: Ha ha ha it's that bad you have to see it! I'm going to give it half a star only because we have had so much comedy out of it.

Alexander C (es) wrote: Worth finding and watching!

Jordan F (es) wrote: original and quirky comedy with alot of heart. starring and directed by jeff daniels. a feel-good underdog story with some good "lol" moments

Evan C (it) wrote: It'd be a better anime....if they actually finished it and brought it to America. ^_~ The deaths in this anime are some of the craziest, as is the storyline. Definitely not for the kiddies....unless you enjoy watching the Japanese version of Jesus as he turns into a giant dragon-demon and then destroyed by Jubei the ninja. Ick. O_o

Kristin W (ca) wrote: I really, really liked this one. The actors were a bit contemporary, but they carried it off. I always like O'Toole and she breaks my heart in this one. I was very impressed with newcomer, Brendan Fletcher. Based on the book, "The Sign of the Beaver" by Elizabeth Speare. A great family film.

Jason J (ru) wrote: Reasonable spin-off from the early 70's BBC series. The script by Clive Exton starts out like a horror with it's unfriendly villagers hiding a terrible secret, the outsider, the isolated location, dead bodies & deformed people but then goes into thriller mode as the illegal chemical dumping takes center stage while the whole movie is wrapped up with plenty of moral & environmental message's which in todays ultra polluted world are very relevant & pretty topical. Some have said how slow Doomwatch is, this is something I disagree with as I found it very entertaining, consistently engaging & a very worthwhile way to pass an 90 mins. I liked the story a lot, it manages not to give too much away too early which keeps things interesting. There's a cool atmosphere that you might expect to find in a Hammer movie of the period, the director manages to create some nice tension & some effective scenes although it's not really scary overall. There's no blood or gore but that's not what Doomwatch is about. Technically Doomwatch is fine, it has 70's written all over it but that suits the story perfectly. It's generally well made on location in Cornwall which looks cold all the time. The acting is good.Doomwatch isn't for everyone but I liked it a lot. I liked the story, the mystery, the well thought out script & atmospheric locations & make-up effects. I doubt I'll watch it again anytime soon but if your looking for something a bit different and your a sci-fi/horror/thriller fan then Doomwatch may be worth an hour & half of your time.

Jakob S (jp) wrote: The first and only monsterfilm from Denmark, and YES! The movie is bad as hell, but you will almost laugh your pants off while seeing it! There is nothing that works... and thats the point why you should see it, and please see the american version, it's much better and enjoyable. If the world's worst film director Ed Wood, had made a monster movie, the result would probably look like this. If no will, then I am fresh to do a remake of this lovely old garbage. Denmark deserves Retilicus's Second Coming!

Keaton B (us) wrote: Just like "Heavy Traffic" before it, this is Ralph Bakshi at his most offensive and unadulterated -- he has officially become one of my favorite filmmakers. It takes a true genius to notice how cleverly interspersed the animation is with some of the live-action elements, and how stock footage often gets intercut.

Jack C (it) wrote: This was an ok movie and I could actually stand Lou Diamond Phillips in it which is not always the case. The villian was decent but a tad annoying and Kari Wuhrer was amazing (and nice to look at) she earned the 2 stars for this movie.

Steven B (au) wrote: Still not as good as the book but a lot better done than the first one! Fun, family friendly, great action, intense story!

Ann Clari Y (gb) wrote: a story of teamwork and hope.