During the last winter of the Civil War, cavalry officer Amos Dundee leads a contentious troop of Army regulars, Confederate prisoners and scouts on an expedition into Mexico to destroy a band of Apaches who have been raiding U.S. bases in Texas.
During the last winter of the Civil War, cavalry officer Amos Dundee leads a contentious troop of Army regulars, Confederate prisoners and scouts on an expedition into Mexico to destroy a band of Apaches who have been raiding U.S. bases in Texas. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Major Dundee torrent reviews
(us) wrote: Strictly Okay !!The best thing about the movie is actor Prashant Narayanan and actress Sulangna !!Prashant deserves accolades !!
(it) wrote: Despite the abruptness and cheesiness, I really like this film because I can personally relate to it. We are our own worst enemies.
(ag) wrote: This was seriously a great movie. All the visceral fun of an action film, without the schlock and dumbing down of characters and motivations. It's a relatively straight forward plot, but it's subtle and has its own style and unique perspective. There's a tinge of film-noir, and the Coen Brothers are probably watching it right now saying "damn, I wish we did that."
(es) wrote: Beautifully structured and narrated with carefully selected examples.
(kr) wrote: Cute lighthearted gay comedy.
(br) wrote: Good, funny, worth seeing ;)
(fr) wrote: Dark and twisted (sometimes over the top) view on life, success, failure and the paths in between. Somewhat raw cinematography, but that actually helps to build up the movie's pace and identity. It has that intriguing argument that keeps you stuck to it. Very intense, at times it feels like a Guy Ritchie-meet-Stanley Kubrick kind of context, because each character has its own 'world', and this guy is just bouncing around messing everything up. Still, definately not the kind of movie everyone will like...
(mx) wrote: The director is a French sissy.
(us) wrote: The first and only movie to ever make me cry-cry (I was 9 or 10). Nostalgia bias here.
(ag) wrote: Messed up and heavy. So strange and bizarre, but also funny and clever. Metaphors! Was a bit like a Woody Allen movie mixed with Eternal Sunshine. Something about identity and control? Not everyone will like it, but if you have good taste in movies, give this a watch...and rewatch.
(ag) wrote: Another cult Tinto Brass erotica. Not as good as MIRANDA or ALL LADIES DO IT & the dubbing was terrrrrrrible. But if you love full frontal, under skirt shots & lotsa boobs, this is the flick.
(mx) wrote: Wow this was a really fun movie. Leprechaun is awesome.
(nl) wrote: simply my all time favorite story!!
(kr) wrote: It will be here soon, so then I can let my fellow friends in on what kind of movie it truly is. Very excited though, I love Fullmoon. Where must I begin? The story was simply amazing. Good decent acting, especially by Angela Featherstone, who plays our dark princess. A demonic love story that you can't help but watch til the very end. One of my Fullmoon favorites.
(it) wrote: creepy & twisted dysfunctional family
(de) wrote: Its a cute movie, just one of those family movies everyone can enjoy. Great little actress as well. I'm always impressed of how well she accomplishes her role in this film.
(kr) wrote: Orginal mais franchement trop kitsch. Le scrariste avait pris des produits avant, c'est pas possible autrement !!!
(nl) wrote: classic 80s cheese. I loved it.
(br) wrote: An enjoyable 50's creature feature in which the effects have aged rather well for the most part. A real tarantula was used in the scenes were the title creature crawls across a miniature desert landscape. There is also a scene where we see a lab full of enlarged animals that looks pretty cool. Despite some entertaining effects, the makeup used for the facial deformities of the professor guy look a bit laughable at times. The movie also boasts from some good acting from the cast, a good dose of atmosphere, and a welcome tongue-in-cheek nature. It is not mind-blowing, but it is a nice little creature feature that does not easily fall into the goofy self-seriousness that plagued some other 50's B-movies. Be on the look out for a young Clint Eastwood, who plays an ariel squad leader that attacks the giant tarantula in the film's blazing climax.
(it) wrote: Hardly memorable. McAvoy is a mediocre detective and the plot is so dull. Expected way better.