Gold for the Tough Guys of the Prairie
Comedic western, where the 4 guys this time have to help find a gold transport. They get help from the cunning girl Shannahoo.
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alf c (br) wrote: Hahaha..this should be good.
Nicholas M (us) wrote: hillarious yet touching presentation of the chinese-american family and their dillemmas. the passing of a beloved mother turned out to tighten the family ties closer. it reminded me of blue mansion's glen goei, without the murder mystery & intrigue fiesta of course. this came out first, though.
Christopher B (fr) wrote: Very good. Made me sad and angry at the same time.
Dawn K (de) wrote: Fairly consistently correct movie about the trial[s] of those that conspired to assassinate President Lincoln, focusing mainly on the trial of Mary Surratt and the lawyer that is forced to defend her. Even though I believe [from books I have read on this subject] that Mary Surratt knew more than she ever let on [I think she knew where her son was and always believed he would come home and rescue her AND I believe she knew he was involved in something serious with JWB] and more than they could prove [the trial[s], especially her's were nothing short of a witch-hunt*], I do not think that she was as involved as they said she was, nor do I think she should have hung for her alleged crimes. This movie is a very interesting play on what happened and goes along well with the movie Lincoln [watch that first] and the book "Manhunt: The 12-Day Chase for Lincoln's Killer". * And I believe that Stanton was the leader of the witch-hunt to try and "appease" the people who would have probably shown more mercy without the craziness that Stanton continually stirred up. He was a man of war and could not, even in the end, with the truth in front of him, show ANY compassion at all. Very sad. ALL that said, I think that the others that were involved got what they deserved in the end. What they DID NOT get was a fair and just trial. And that is my biggest problem with the outcome of those trials at that time.
Tyler E (au) wrote: Just why? Do we need another flick with an overrated player from a different profession to star in A MOVIE! NOT A COMMERCIAL! Even the weak plot can't save this.
Jacob G (mx) wrote: I suppose this is so lowly rating due to some, er, unsavory topic matter. For those with a more twisted sense of humor, though, this is more than welcome. Not to mention brilliant British humor. Cross Charlie & The Chocolate Factory with Monty Python and you've got a decent idea what is here.
jon m (au) wrote: One of my favorite movies growing up!
Stuart K (us) wrote: Written and directed by Dario Argento, who had just given audiences the triple whammy of Suspiria (1977), Inferno (1980) and Tenebrae (1982). His follow-up was just as good, and it's a very creepy murder-mystery. While it touches upon all the hallmarks and themes which have all been commonplace in many of Argento's films for years, this one has a good cast and a very atmospheric setting. Set in Switzerland, American Jennifer Corvino (Jennifer Connelly) comes to study at the Swiss Richard Wagner Academy for Girls, chaperoned by Frau Brckner (Daria Nicolodi). However, Jennifer suffers from sleepwalking, and one night she ends up outside the Academy, and ends up being rescued by Scottish forensic entomologist John McGregor (Donald Pleasence), who is curious by her, and her ability to communicate with incests. Back at the Academy, Jennifer is studied for her sleepwalking by the Academy's Headmistress (Dalila Di Lazzaro), but it makes Jennifer feel very uneasy. However, students at the academy end up dead, and Jennifer is the suspect. While it may look like a carbon copy of Suspiria on the surface, it's got some good visuals, and a hard rock score by Goblin, Motorhead and Bill Wyman. It's what you've come to expect from Argento's films, although it's far from vintage, it's a good suspenseful thriller with some good ideas on display.
Jon P (es) wrote: Pier Paolo Pasolini breathes barnyard caricatures and cartoonish charm into Geoffrey Chaucer's classic Canterbury Tales, the second feature in the director's 'Trilogy of Life'. Pasolini's maxims may not be as clear-cut as they were in his adaptation of The Decameron, but his sophomore effort is certainly no less fun, and no less audacious.Highlights include lascivious students using "lights-out" to their advantage, Ninetto Davoli doing a bit of Charlie Chaplin, and a bizarro depiction of hell, which sees Friars farted full-speed out of Satan's backside. Fans of the poet-filmmaker hybrid will be in their element.
Orlok W (br) wrote: Engaging Fritz Lang Production!!
Giles K (fr) wrote: Why do they keep making these movies?!?! Does anyone actually enjoy these cut-rate horror movies?