Kate Hilton, returning to her ranch in Springfield via stagecoach after learning of the murder of her father, meets U.S. Marshal Nevada Jack McKenzie. The stage is held up and robbed of the... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Partners of the Trail
A United States marshal uncovers a plot to steal the valuable gold-laden property of ranchers.
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Gwendoline N (gb) wrote: Trs (C)mouvant et plein de promesses.....
Ingela Z (ag) wrote: "Emotional Arithmetic" based on a novel by Matt Cohen begins with an astounding remark "If you ask me if I believe in God, I am forced to answer does God believe in us?" The film is not about atheism. It reflects on the terrible scars left by war on orphans, on individuals who stand up and protest when wrong is done, on relationships forged in times of stress, pain and loss. The charm of Paolo Barzman's film rests considerably in the hands of the capable actors--Susan Sarandon, Max von Sydow, Chistopher Plummer and Gabriel Bryne--all who have a maturity to carry off their parts in the film with grace. The location where this film was shot is beautiful, the film uses a recurring color scheme through out that really makes the audience not just see it but feel it as well. The same can be said for the style and camera work in the flashback scenes, scenes that are not over used and that could easily be the emotion of the film. Wisely, the director doesn't go that route and leaves the emotion in the here and now. Congratulations on a moving, intellectual and poignant cinema
Damon R (jp) wrote: I really enjoyed this movie. It's one of the best autistic movies since Adam, Rain Man, and Fly Away. Writer Ronald Bass really did his research on Asperger's syndrome since it's inspired by a true story. I found Mozart and the Whale to be bittersweet, touching, and realistic with a happy ending that proves that anything is possible. This romantic dramedy is something I highly recommend.
Lee M (ag) wrote: What's on the screen is so dreadful that it inspires the ontological question "What are films and why is this not one of them?"
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Gregory C (gb) wrote: totally artsy-fartsy, non-linear, quasi-documentary meditation on time, place and memory. sounds terrible right? it's actually totally gorgeous.
Jayden C (kr) wrote: This movie is one of those rare comedies that is consistantly funny right throughout. It's absurdly British (and director by 'actual Yoda). A black comedy about the decidedly unfunny topic of death. The easy highlight of this film is Alan Tudyk who takes an unfortunate wrongly labelled valium tablet to help him calm his nerves. All sorts of hilarious characters and smart expert comedic timing from Frank Oz make this a great comedy. PS America fuck you for remaking this with Chris Rock...seriously wtf? It's only 3 years old! Get your own stories you unfunny fucks.
Anne S (br) wrote: Loved Kevin James and Henry Winkler. Kevin James made a convincing teacher turned MMA fighter in my opinion. And Henry Winkler as a music teacher. Great buddy movie.
David J (nl) wrote: Good creature design and a decent start get trumped by a half-assed script and confusing ending.