Johnson County War

Johnson County War

The three Hammett brothers, Cain (Tom Berenger), Harry (Luke Perry) and Dale (Adam Stroke) are caught in a conflict that escalates rapidly and the old farmers facing against new farmers who have settled in the green grasslands.

The three Hammett brothers, Cain (Tom Berenger), Harry (Luke Perry) and Dale (Adam Stroke) are caught in a conflict that escalates rapidly and the old farmers facing against new farmers who have settled in the green grasslands. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Johnson County War torrent reviews

Ted C (gb) wrote: While there is little here to surprise you, Eastwood and Adams deliver such high calibre performances that even Justin Timberlake is tolerable. The father daughter relationship is powerfully real in its dysfunction and the genuine emotional relationships make the picture well worth your time.

Andrei M (ru) wrote: Ill saw this a while back and I want to do a review on it. So I guess this short film was supposed to be around the clone wars era but there r so many original trilogy things that shouldn't be in here. Tie fighters, Jabba, the rancor, sandcrawlers, mos eisley cantina scene and at-at. This is all of the stuff that should've been left out. No offense to kids, but this is a stupid film for stupid kids who don't know shit about Star Wars. Also the young Han Solo in this was something I forgot to mention. Omg that was probably one of the worse things in here. I guess I'll recommend this to young kids, but older kids and adults will think this is stupid and it it. It makes no sense y they put unneccasary shit in here. I'm done with this review. Ttyl

Will E (kr) wrote: One of the very best thrillers of recent years. I mean that. It's amazingly grim and tense, and merciless in its depiction of lives falling apart. Critics are comparing it to BLOOD SIMPLE, but I'd say its forebear is Raimi's A SIMPLE PLAN: ordinary people swept up in murderous calamity as everything that can go wrong does go wrong. It may not have venetian blind shadows or cigarette smoke but it's as icily noirish as movies come today. Recommended like hell.

OverPower L (ag) wrote: oh come on the movie is funny. and for the people that like to say "another chapter in american male infantile" just stop, its a comedy and its supposed to be infantile. what are we supposed to just be so serious all the time? give it a break

abdurahman m (jp) wrote: if you are ztaret i like it

Steve A (mx) wrote: One of my least favorite movies of all time. The story is horrible just like the actors. Daniel Penn looks like a guy with down syndrome. The only part I found interesting when I was a teen is the part where Marissa Tomei takes her top off for a split second to go skinny dipping. The soundtrack is attrocious with only two good songs that are only featured at the end during credits-Julian Lennon doing Stand By Me and Peter Frampton doing a great song written for the movie called Distant Drums. Final Answer: Avoid like the plaque!

Bill M (es) wrote: Demme wisely avoids long scenes in the most lifeless of all cinematic locales: the courtroom.

Adrian B (mx) wrote: "Smiles of the Summer Night" is the first major film done by Ingmar Bergman. It is about several love affairs that collide and go kind of...actually very awry. Every starts to have affairs with the others' partner, including the housekeepers. I am sad to say, this is not one of Bergman greatest films. I found it very difficult to understand at times and kind of beserk, rather than funny. I will, however, say that it is, as usual, well filmed. The set pieces are very good, but as for plot, it is, for me, somewhat forgettable. This film is just okay. I understand however that it well respected film from Bergman fans. Judge for yourself.

Anthony S (ca) wrote: You can definitely see the inspiration for Tarantino's Reservoir Dogs, but that aside, this just may be the greatest heist film, ever. A crew is gathered to plan a robbery of a very high end jewelry shop, which leads to easily the most compelling and intense heist sequence I have ever seen (there is NO music and NO dialogue for the entire scene). And all this can be said for only the first half! If you are a fan of Jules Dassin's past work (Brute Force, The Naked City) or not, you are in for a cinematic treat.

Mike C (au) wrote: Another good WWII war movie done by John Wayne & Anthony Quinn about the Philippine guerrilla warfare.

Tom D (ru) wrote: Both Cagney & Raft are in fine form here. There are some great scenes in the prison. Cagney gets to go on an emotional roller coaster ride.

Ryan S (kr) wrote: Clever, funny, and a whole lot of fun, "Galaxy Quest" is a smart parody film that is an absolute blast to watch and still holds up today.

Darren W (ru) wrote: Compelling documentary from The Greatest's own collection of personal recordings

Luc L (jp) wrote: A low budget horror film filled with graphic violence.