An aging gunman and a wounded drifter come upon a young Mexican girl, and agree to help her avenge the death of her father, who was murdered for their land. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Return of the Gunfighter
A gunfighter (Robert Taylor) and a cowboy (Chad Everett) help a Mexican girl (Ana Martín) avenge the land-related murder of her parents.
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Michael H (nl) wrote: Starts off pretty scattershot and unfocused, but eventually settles in to a modestly entertaining movie about ambitious young men making their way to success; validated by American recognition of their success. I've seen a number of these from various countries, some entirely fictional and some based on actual events like this one. So far they've each been only moderately successful as movie entertainment but at least, as opposed to the early 20th century Horatio Alger template popular in America, they are always about self-created successes and people who make their own way based on their own skills and ambitions.
Kyla B (mx) wrote: love how your vocies are
PY C (nl) wrote: Absolutely not interesting.
Iain R (us) wrote: A love letter to Star Trek, Trekkies is a fascinating look into a niche of hyper-specific fandom. The documentary manages to avoid trivializing or making fun of its subjects. It does, however, little to persuade non-believers to join the movement.
Sylvester K (jp) wrote: Predictable, due to the low budget it didn't have any good directions. This sci-fi flick is ultimately oblivious.
Arianna B (gb) wrote: Fantasia is definitely one of the most classical Disney movies. I think it can be hard to be understood by the newest generations of today, so used to be overstimulated and not being able to enjoy the simple nature of things, as a beautiful well executed classical piece that brings up to life fantastic creatures and original stories. There is no need to have a specific plot when the idea is that the music and images are the red thread thorough the movie. Some parts might be a bit too complex for kids to understand and purely enjoy, but why everything has to be easy and served on a silver plate?
Brian B (jp) wrote: This is a great film topped off by Mickey Rourke's outstanding performance. It's about a wrestler who is forced to stop his career because he might die of a heart attack. The film shows him struggling to find something else in life he likes doing. He then meets an exotic dancer who he falls in love with who is also ready to start a new life. His acting performance is definitely one of the more iconic ones of the last couple decades. The movie is about his struggle to move on with life and his new found girlfriend and his daughter both give him courage to move on and we can sympathize with him. The ending is ambiguous and it leaves room for discussion so the viewer can decide whether ending he prefers. I'm not going to spoil the ending but it makes us think if he made the right or wrong choice so I appreciate the choice the film made. I don't think younger audiences would be able to relate with Randy "The Ram" because it contains some deep concepts but older people would likely be able to relate with him and enjoy the movie more. If you like wresting and want to see a moving story about passion then this movie is for you.
Scott C (fr) wrote: Can't remember this too well, but I love Amitabh Bachchan.
Sari U (ag) wrote: Ended up watching it three times in a day, including two versions with commentaries. Much less bloodthirsty and scary than I expected, maybe because it's a black and white film? Shame the great Tura Satana is no longer with us.
Corey C (br) wrote: I rated Monsieur Verdoux (1947) 9/10 #IMDb "One murder makes a villain; millions, a hero. Numbers sanctify"
Icewinter J (nl) wrote: The only one really good film by Farrelly brothers.
Tara H (it) wrote: Action, romance, comedy, music - Rio Bravo has it all. A masterful Western.