Lo chiamavano King
A bounty hunter tracks a vicious gang of gunrunners across the border into Mexico.
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Blackity B (mx) wrote: Greatly entertaining movie for anyone who likes historical battles. For 2 hours and a half it doesn't ever spend too long on dramatic or character building moments, but it still managed to be decently rousing and inspirational.
Inta K (jp) wrote: weird but nothing special
walaa a (ag) wrote: need to see it first
Marc L (gb) wrote: Au sein du cinema hexagonal, "Demain ds l'aube" peut se vanter d'aborder un sujet original, voire mme carrement atypique: le jeu de rle et plus particulirement, les reconstitutions historiques grandeur nature. Que le realisateur y adjoigne une reflexion sur l'evolution des liens familiaux au regard d'une passion aussi exclusive n'est pas une mauvaise idee. Que le film prenne par aprs la direction d'une sorte de thriller contemplatif est mme une bonne chose. Et vu la qualite du sujet, on n'aurait pas eprouve trop de difficultes lui pardonner sa mise en scne atone et figee (une fois passee la vision fantasmagorique de ces grognards de la Garde sortant de la brume, Denis Dercourt semble determine prouver que tout le monde s'emmerde dans le milieu du Jeu de rle) Non, ce qui vient compltement plomber le projet, c'est cet infme parti-pris ideologique - oui, les rlistes sont tous des malades schizodes incapables de faire la difference entre le jeu et la realite - digne des pires reportages de TF1. Mme en remplaant les soldats napoleoniens par des Vikings, le film canadien "The wild hunt" traitait le sujet avec plus de finesse...
Noname (br) wrote: Pretty good martial art movie with plenty of good fighting scenes. Story is fair but okey. If u like asian movies i bet u like this aswell.
Mirkku S (de) wrote: I don't know why so many people dislike this movie. I think the only bad thing about this was some of the characters, but overall this is a fun film with a very good message.
Samantha P (es) wrote: Goths and Stevie Nick. Misfits everywhere will appreciate this film.
Luis R (nl) wrote: A pesar del valor, es el tipico trama de este genero
Ekie E (es) wrote: Good old HK scenery, some locations still exist,
Chris (br) wrote: Great little Film-Noir with some terrific performances and decent direction from the incredibly underrated Don Siegel.
Mikael K (es) wrote: Has some of that grim Bergman psychology that always works, but is a bit stiff and unoriginal. Still well worth checking out.
Tero H (ca) wrote: This movie shows very 80'ish action, where basically the guy with the most firepower always wins. The film has actually quite cool martial arts scenes, at least until mid way, when it all turns frankly just plain silly. The film had at least five fights, which are enough for 1,5 hour long action movie. In the end, did the sergeant played by Steve James organize a capture team for the escaping criminals? No, he blasts the helicopter with a rocket launcher. There is also a somewhat silly blooper, in the end when he shoots a drug cartel criminal with a machine gun: the guys are supposed to fall over a ledge, one of them didn't, so after being shot with a machine gun, he visibly climbs over it so that he can fall! The ninjas also have flame throwers up their sleeve (!) and can seemingly turn invisible, at the end of the film, all that supernatural stuff sort of makes the film go plain silly. Other than that, its not a bad fighting film. It had some seemingly innovative moments, and lots of potential, but like I wrote, it got a bit too silly anc campish well before the finish line. Which in this 80's film can be surprisingly fun.
Robert R (au) wrote: The D.C. political jargon is kicked into high gear with "Charlie Wilson's War," but - if you can keep up with and look past the red tape - what emerges is a heartfelt, honest, and ultimately comforting political drama with a slam-bang performance from Philip Seymour Hoffman.
Dan P (ru) wrote: It was a long time coming but I finally watched "Saving Private Ryan" on History Channel.
Daniel K (fr) wrote: 2: This is a fairly unusual picture. It's particularly interesting for me simply because I've spent so much time in Utah and interacted with a number of Mormons there (as I have elsewhere too of course). The Mormons I've met were only too happy to give me rides as I hitchhiked back to my vehicle after a couple long hikes. One even went about 25 miles out of his way to get me all the way back to my vehicle at the Escalante River between Boulder and Escalante. They certainly didn't try to murder me as is the case with the unfortunate "gentile" settlers depicted here. Maybe they were just trying to ensure I spent as little time in their territory as possible. Just kidding. The events depicted in the film just go to show yet again that intolerant religious extremism in any form can be extremely dangerous to all that come in contact with it. It's fairly obvious from the outset that these particular Mormons are a little different and a little too devout and brainwashed for their own good. The taking of Jon Voight's wife by Joseph Smith because of her beauty and a supposed voice from God is just another version of the Shabaab's recent edict that gold and silver fillings are unislamic and need to be pulled out. I suspect the Somalian terrorists used the precious blood-soaked gold and silver teeth rather than discard them, just as Joseph Smith undoubtedly used Voight's characters wife's body for pleasure. The creepiness and malevolence of Terrence Stamp's and Jon Voight's characters is undeniable. Fittingly, Stamp is even more frightening as Brigham Young is the more powerful of two characters. Power corrupts, but greater power leads to greater corruption I guess. It seems a bit ludicrous that there is a university named after him, if indeed he was involved in the events depicted here. I'm not an expert, but those involved with the film certainly believe it's accurate, and I wouldn't put it past these men to do something so vile. They were indeed early homegrown terrorists. I found it fascinating to see that the west at this time was so far removed from the more developed parts of America that the Mormon church could essentially rule their little fiefdom at their own whims. It was a slightly different perspective than I've ever seen in a western before. As interesting as the story is, the tone and pacing are a bit off. Too much time is probably devoted to longing looks, breaking in the unruly horse, and dwelling on the scenery in the first act or so. It's not that I reject these aspects of the film, but rather that I reject the manner in which they were handled. Someone like Terrence Malick can pull this off, but Cain cannot. In the end, the historical elements of the story are much more interesting than the romantic aspects of the film.