Pale Rider

Pale Rider

A small gold mining camp is terrorised by a ruthless land owner wanting to take their land. Clint Eastwood arrives riding a pale horse just as a young girl is praying to God to help the miners. He is revealed to be a preacher with mysterious and possible otherworldly origins who teams up with the miners to defeat the land owner and the corrupt sheriff.

The movie follows a mysterious enigmatic man named "Preacher" as he protects a humble prospector village from a greedy mining company trying to terrorize a group of small-town gold miners into giving up their territory. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Pale Rider torrent reviews

WS W (it) wrote: There were moments, still, it's a total rubbish.

Walter M (br) wrote: "The Swell Season" is a documentary that follows Glen Hansard and Marketa Irglova in the wake of the success with the movie 'Once,' as they undergo the ordeals of going on tour in America via bus. That having been said, things start off well enough with some fun as they go for a little frolicsome skinnydipping. Away from the music, the documentary seeks to fill in their respective backstories. But as far as Irglova goes, the interest is only in how old she is. However, Hansard's father lost his chance to go to America for a boxing tournament due to teenage pregnancy, turning to alcohol as a result.(How's that for a guilt trip?) For Hansard, it is music and nothing else, as he goes from touring with a band to getting phone calls from Bono to having his car towed away on a not-so-special episode of 'Parenthood.' In general, "The Swell Season" is interested in fame, and how it simultaneously opens some doors while closing others, its ambiguous tone emphasized by its black and white cinematography.(But how could you tell things would have not turned out the same?) And as incisive as the documentary can be, it also does the same thing as the fans who show up to get autographs, emphasizing the Oscars over the music which is more important. That having been said, the little knit cap for the statuette is really cute.

Emma R (it) wrote: one of my favourite films i have seen. love it.

Andrew M (us) wrote: An absolutely dread-filled psychological drama that tackles heavy themes of mental illness with subdued prowess, relying on just the talents of its cast and writer/director rather than bludgeoning special effects. Michael Shannon gives what might be his finest performance to date: his explosive scenes are obviously intense, but it's his softer, quieter moments that truly sell his take on the troubled character of Nichols' film.

Joshua L (gb) wrote: Its an akwardly cute film. Only way I could describe it but I liked it quite a bit.

Tony C (nl) wrote: A slow descent into psychological chaos.

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Charles P (de) wrote: The ugly futuristic world of green-screen backgrounds, punctuated by bright red CGI gore against murky foregrounds, is inhabited by uninteresting mutants and even more indifferent, badly-acted, awkwardly-written humans.

Geoff T (br) wrote: Up yer Bum - say it all really. Funny and shocking. A definat young woman - the first Vivky Pollard - who ends up working how to use her strength

Private U (nl) wrote: esa pelicula y todas las peliculas hindu que he visto son lo maximo me fascinan pero esta es hermoso me ha hehco llorar mucho deja mucha enseanza de valorar a tus padres

Caitlin L (au) wrote: Such great casting. The four of them together is hilarious.

Kay L (ag) wrote: Cheap laughs and I love it.

Jeff B (jp) wrote: Enjoyable if only for the interaction between Clint and his young daughter (at the time) Alison. The first half plays out well, but then it gets kind of boring once the killer starts really messing with him.

Reece L (es) wrote: Coonskin is an enigma, a movie boycotted by black activist groups in the 1970s while simultaneously endorsed by the NAACP, today boasting admiration from the likes of both Spike Lee and Quentin Tarantino. There's no denying the visual wizardry on display here, but ultimately that's not really the point; viewers have to ask themselves whether the film's oversized depictions of racial/cultural/homosexual stereotypes fall under the category of deliberate exploitation for the sake of condemning systemic racism (and if so, does a white man have the right to attempt to make this kind of statement?) or if they simply register as limp and offensive caricatures of oppressed groups of people. Upon review, the intention is undeniably aimed at the former, the story of a group of African Americans attempting to reclaim Harlem from the stranglehold of systemic white oppression a deliberate attempt to discomfort stagnant white oppressors content in perpetuating their unspoken forms of racism and the racist imagery so prevalent in classic forms of entertainment. In terms of the execution, Bakshi's vision is unrelentingly unsubtle, lampooning racist caricatures with little regard for cohesiveness or consistent pacing. That being said, its an uncompromising vision of anti-racist material, its existence contributing to the conversation in difficult, but ultimately positive, ways.

Amy C (mx) wrote: I really enjoyed this. It did have its racial undertones, more like overtones, but had plenty to offer. Jefferson is bloody brilliant and demands laughter everytime he opens his mouth. However, the only good actor was him i.e. Mantan Moreland. My liking of this certainly isn't on any sort of horror factor, purely its comedy aspect. If you are very easily offended by racism don't bother, but if you like a good laugh i'd recommend this.