Lone Rider

Lone Rider

Bobby Hattaway (Lou Diamond Phillips), an honored soldier, returns home after the American Civil War to find his father's (Stacy Keach) formerly prosperous ranch now dangerously in debt to the town's ruthless leader, and Bobby's childhood friend, Stu Croker (Vincent Spano). Bobby will now face off against his former friend to take control from Stu.

With heartening family drama and adrenaline-pumping action, Lone Rider is a western with guts, glory, and a powerful message. Bob Hattaway, an honored soldier, returns to his Western ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Troy A (es) wrote: My favorite Scooby-Doo film to date.

Lisa D (ca) wrote: all I got say is watch it it's the best

Dann M (de) wrote: Jessica Alba stars in the bland, lighthearted indie comedy An Invisible Sign. The story follows a socially dysfunctional young woman who takes a job as an elementary school teacher, but has trouble connecting with her students. The film lives and dies on Alba's performance, and unfortunately she's not very good. It's hard to get a handle on her character, and whether she has a mental disorder or is just incredibly socially awkward. And there are a number of issues with the plot. Yet, An Invisible Sign is mildly entertaining and has some charming moments.

Paul D (jp) wrote: It's not quite Agatha Christie standard, but this is simply an adolescent version of a Miss Marple. The tone of the film is what is wrong here aimed at a young audience with little for adults to enjoy from it.

Karsh D (au) wrote: another weak story lets down yet another JCVD film. American Embassy is under attack from the people of Moldavia - yes that's right Moldavia - lots of shooting, stabbings and explosions but it is all a bit lame

Josh F (gb) wrote: Really enjoyed it, but everybody dies. And I mean everybody. Hopkins was great, and so was Pitt (as always).

Tim R (us) wrote: A little bit too much Rambo. Pretty astonishing how our view of Afghanistan has changed since the 80's. This film is literally dedicated to them.

d m (de) wrote: enough with the vampire films.

Ken S (us) wrote: This is a science fiction comedy of the Woody Allen variety. It is very Woody Allen, hell I've only seen snippets of Allen's body of work, this is the first film of his I've actually seen, and even I know this is pure Allen. I found it pretty entertaining, there are some definite laugh moments, and then there are some definite non-laugh moments. I enjoyed it enough that I'd recommend it though.

Kenneth J (au) wrote: In my opinion, Hitchcock's best movie! Genius concept by a genius director!

Elmo R (gb) wrote: I'm always in the mood for big dumb disaster movie. This just might be too dumb even for me. With no interesting characters there's way too little to keep audience entertainet for two hours. All the destruction suffers from "Transformers effect". After a while it gets numb.At least we learned that apocalypse can cure bedwetting, though.

Ming Siu G (fr) wrote: The violence is nowhere near as transgressive nowadays, and is really quite dull in retrospect, filled with awful acting and dialogue. The scenes remind me of working in cheap TV shows, where the scene calls for lots of spectacle, yet the production doesn't have the budget to deliver that. (And the animal violence doesn't bother me hugely, but it is rather unnecessary)

Gavin M (gb) wrote: Casualties of War is one of the best Vietnam movies ever made and definitely a Brian DePalma classic. Michael J. Fox shows great strength as an actor in this and this movie definitely made me look at him in a totally different way after seeing him in this. But the real credit goes to Sean Penn, who is without a doubt one of the best actors that has ever lived.

Kenneth H (nl) wrote: We've seen the premise before if perhaps not quite in this setting - computer runs amok and takes over. Only this time its a "house of the future." Basically preying on the old fear of "oh my gosh, what if they run amok and take over." Some parts are clver, but mostly the acting is uninspired and its not really worth thw 90 minutes of your life.

David A (jp) wrote: A brilliant film. Tim Robbins great. This psychological thriller is fantastic. I'm surprised that the makers of Silent Hill (the video game) were inspired by this film.

Spencer H (jp) wrote: Con Air is a classic action movie that contains the right amount of cheese and the right amount of action. Nicholas Cage rocks!

Steven W (fr) wrote: very enjoyable, lots of laughs. a charming fish-out-of-water buddycomedy. Luis Guzman and rest of cast were perfect in the film. familyfriendly.