Sent to find counterfeiters, John Wyatt joins Doc Carter's medicine show. They arrive in the town where Curly Joe runs his counterfeiting operation. Carter was once framed by Curly Joe and ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
John Wyatt is a government agent sent to smash a counterfeiting operation near the Mexican border. Joining Doc Carter's medicine show they arrive in the town where Curly Joe, who once framed Carter, resides.
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Luke D (ag) wrote: Remember back in 1999 when we had a great teen sex-comedy called "American Pie", now ten-years-later we get a terrible teen sex-comedy that misses almost every mark of getting this type of film right. As the humour goes it's lame and not funny, also it's heart isn't really there. Just another boring entery in the "American Pie" spin-offs.
MyFriendAli (us) wrote: Drama, Harsh reality, a bit boring!- About a harsh reality of (Nexal Movement) how Farmers (land) have been getting exploited by their local Landlords (& have to Fight for Food, Education, & Land)!- Moral: Sometimes Educated learn from Uneducated (Violence is never an answer)!
Shaun K L (fr) wrote: I didn't know what to expect from this film, the cover said it was a uncoventinal love story with a twist that's all I had to go on. I was really impressed with it, the acting was good and I found the story interesting. I think this film shows what great film makers the english and BBC truly are. It was set in the late 1800's to the early 1900's I think there really captured the period. The film is part love story part thriller and does both very well I might add. Some of it had a Illusionist/Prestige feel to it that work very well. a simple story with a great twist. I enjoyed the fact that is was different to most things I've seen. Hollywood watch out english films and film makers are to stay.
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John D (us) wrote: Overall positive message and quite entertaining. Jim Carey's zanniness shines through this film. Morgan Freeman stars as the Christ figure. To make it better, i would have merged in more Dostoyevskian-style depth and narrative.
Deryl L (es) wrote: The premise of the movie isn't bad, and many of the actors are good in their respective roles, but the movie drags. It's too long and the ending was not satisfactory.
Citien P (au) wrote: A film with beautiful pictures and a gorgeous soundtrack that gets lost in the maze of its mind.
Jacob G (mx) wrote: This is a toughie. I liked Black Orpheus--in fact, I liked it quite a bit. At the same time I kind of got the feeling that it should have been much better than it ended up being. Can't quite put my finger on it, though. Still, at a solid 4 stars it's hard to complain too much.
Alex S (us) wrote: A noir in the purest sense of expressing the post-war disillusionment with the American Dream. Gene Tierney's unhinged sociopath functions as both the film's villain and its tragic heroine, as the ugly flipside to all those self-sacrificing mothers and wives ("I'll never let you go. Never, never, never"). There's an undeniable thrill when Ellen Berent declares her unborn child a prison, a primal expression of every woman's secret resentment of the prisons of home and family as few films dare.
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