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Jason B (ag) wrote: What a horrible movie. I was hopeful when I saw that is stars Hawke and Travolta, but the writing is just so bad that even the best actors couldn't pull this movie out of the dumpster. There are so many weak points - for example, what kind of gunslinger goes to sleep without his sidearm at the ready, allowing him to be snuck up upon by the guy who he just embarrassed, in a town that's minutes away?!? I mean, he didn't even ride a few hours out before bedding down for the night. Then, he get's thrown off a cliff instead of being shot?!? What is this an Austin Powers homage? Also, I'm guessing that they paid so much of the budget to the two main stars that they couldn't even afford a few extras. Seriously, don't waste your time with this movie. Even the most die hard western fan will be disappointed. I was.
Heather M (ru) wrote: Another fun trip into the crazy mind of Jeff Dunham.
Ana Elisa B (ru) wrote: not sure I get the Norwegian sense of humor
Aditya W (fr) wrote: You do want to see it, like it, believe it and cherish it...But you don't.
Gordon B (kr) wrote: It's not even misogynist in an interesting way. The movie is so bent of torturing, bleeding out & overtly sexualizing its female lead that 'the plot' just becomes an excuse to show as much of Lindsay Lohan's naked & abused body as possible
Dean M (ru) wrote: Great extraordinary Chinese tale of battle, comradeship and honour. The excitement scenes between a Japanese emissary and renegade solider-turned-mercenary who team up to protect a sacred caravan travelling across the desert.
Kylie B (it) wrote: The first story of the trio is pretty much the standard haunting based on love that went wrong, the other two stories are more unusual but overall the film relies more on atmosphere (which in places is a bit too subtle) than on frights or chills. Some of the effects are interesting considering the relatively low budget, and the acting isn't terrible. If you're interested in watching this it would be better to watch it as a set of supernatural drama stories, rather than as horror. Have fun noticing the occasional western horror references too.
Edmund H (br) wrote: Rotten movie!. Dialogue difficult to follow because of storm, thunder, lightning and darkness. Could have done without the special effects as the plot twisted enough and was hard to follow with all the noise. Important things were said during a thunder clap and lightning was like a strobe light. I have never, ever been in a storm that had so much lightning.. If yoy are hard of hearing don't bother with this one. It will frustrate you,
Anna B (mx) wrote: Payne needs to write more jokes, he's not as entertaining when he's doing a mostly straight drama. Consequently, his contempt for his characters, forgivable in Election because it's so funny, becomes slightly odious here, though his main idea for that in this one (Schmidt's problems are meaningless when related to a starving African child) is nicely subverted in the beautiful final scene. Nicholson is great. I loved the scene in the caravan park.
Dane P (de) wrote: Freaking hilarious! This is one of those "So bad its good" films with nothing but corniness, ridiculousness and over acting. Jon Voight's performance is hysterical. Looked like it was goofy fun while filming this film.Grab some buds and check out this stupidly entertaining film because its awesome. Will watch again.
Justin O (nl) wrote: This show was very good and funny, and the movie stayed faithful. It's a shame it's not on anymore.
Masorad (kr) wrote: Nifty parallels between the lustmord of the Lipstick Killer and the backstabbing in the newsroom. Underrated Lang thriller that splashes the police blotter on the big screen, adds a column or two from the scandal sheet, dramatizes the denizens of the society pages and ties it all up in a Hollywood extra-edition denouement that satisfies like an unexpected free drink. And Dana Andrews is buying.
Joby D (ca) wrote: What's with all these movies that have to have a slant on the Iraq War...we're still involved! Isn't that bad enough?