Lone and Angry Man
Shenandoah (Steffen) works his way into a band of highwaymen led by Rojo (Armando Calvo). His initiation consists of hunting down and killing a member of the gang who has 12 bullets while he is only given 2 bullets. When the bandits attempt to rob a wealthy rancher, whom Shenandoah knows, he warns him. The outlaws begin to suspect they were betrayed and commence to rough Shenandoah up. Shenandoah then reveals his true reason for joining the gang; one of them killed his wife and he is there for retribution.
- Stars:Anthony Steffen, Eduardo Fajardo, Fulvia Franco, George Rigaud, Armando Calvo, Arturo Dominici, Luciana Gilli, Miguel del Castillo, Jesús Tordesillas, Tomás Torres, María Vico, Frank Braña, Luis Barboo, Francisco R. Alacid, Saturno Cerra,
- Country:Italy, Spain
- Director:Mario Caiano,
- Writer:Guido Malatesta (screenplay), David Moreno Mingote (screenplay), David Moreno Mingote (story)
Shenandoah (Steffen) works his way into a band of highwaymen led by Rojo (Armando Calvo). His initiation consists of hunting down and killing a member of the gang who has 12 bullets while he is only given 2 bullets. When the bandits attempt to rob a wealthy rancher, whom Shenandoah knows, he warns him. The outlaws begin to suspect they were betrayed and commence to rough Shenandoah up. Shenandoah then reveals his true reason for joining the gang; one of them killed his wife and he is there for retribution. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Lone and Angry Man torrent reviews
(nl) wrote: About 30 seconds of amusement in a poor film.
(de) wrote: Repetitive and over dramatic...
(jp) wrote: Having suffered with Lyme disease for the past 11 years I was so taken by this film and hope that many take it serious. Having been denied treatment until I could hardly speak. Jerking and given so many different diagnosis it was not until I was able to show my MD that I knew what I was talking about and 7 months more suffering with inability to walk, pain, slurred speech. Was the medication I need prescribed. A very truthful documentary.
(it) wrote: Dumb, Love Thomas Jane but this movie sucked, watched on sci-fi
(mx) wrote: I knew the major plot twist going in, but I thoroughly enjoyed the film regardless.
(fr) wrote: An intriguing look into the history of AMG and the photographer responsible for these timeless erotic images of the male form. Very hot guys in very litte clothing, sometimes no clothing at all. Worth watching just for the eye-candy!
(jp) wrote: Oh my god, you guys, this movie is great. Okay, maybe the movie itself isn't super-fantastic, but it turns out that watching a schlocky film in the middle of the night and getting to wolfwhistle at the screen like a construction worker is my idea of a good time. We watched a print that was in such bad shape that it actually caught in the projector - it was the first time I had ever seen a real film burn. I feel like I passed some sort of milestone. I'm not usually a fan of action movies, and this one is largely indistinguishable from most of the others that came out in the 80s. An enormous scary dude goes into a bad situation and solves problems by wrecking stuff, kicking peoples' asses and generally blowing shit up. I really liked this one because Lundgren was so damn pretty back in his heyday. Like catnip. Like Kryptonite. He's a good six inches taller than any other actor in this film, and he's got at least two feet of circumference on them as well. I'd like to make a calendar out of screenshots of this movie. There was a little spattering of humor thorughout it, and the action scenes were well-choreographed and rendered. Pure delicious popcorn cinema at its finest. And totally improved by the screweing-up projector, the missing scene and the myriad imperfections in the print.
(br) wrote: This is independent filmmaking at its most raw and most impressive. Comedy with a conscience.
(ca) wrote: Sergio Leone's entertaining peplum with the gorgeus Lea Massari
(us) wrote: The most thoroughly entertaining of all action films from the Golden era of Hollywood. Highlighted by three spirited performances from the leads, all at the peak of the game, the only real nitpick is that there's a series lack of Gunga Din in a movie that bares his name.
(ca) wrote: What an age we live in, one tedious formulaic film after another from England and America justifying police brutality and self-righteous "coppers" taking the law into their own hands and getting away with it. Here's another dose of charmless, deviant psychopathic cops from the conveyor belt.At least the characters in the original series were human, and often humane, but in this film they are reduced to the single and inexplicable dimension of menace. Reagan and Carter should not be policing our society, they should be under psychiatric observation.The stark sets of glass sheet and featureless wall panels, and the doom laden and bloated (Batman-ripoff) sound track add to the apocalyptic feel, creating the justification presumably for the suspension of normal life and the delivery of summary justice by our unbalanced "heroes". This ugly and essentially provincial film tries to raise itself to international stature by setting some of the action scenes among the most recognizable tourist attractions of London town. Once that's done the characters return to their inhuman industrial landscapes and comfortless post-modern interiors, which are a perfect setting for the bullish and bloated Winstone and his affected throaty, mashed up delivery.I guess these British film-makers wanted to show that they were harder than the Americans - but they don't seem to have been anymore ambitious than that.