Wrangler Clay Phillips and his young brother are taking horses to Sonora when they come across four dancehall girls heading the same way, stuck with a wrecked buggy. He takes the girls on ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
An escaped convict tracks two brothers (Robert Sterling, Claude Jarman Jr.) herding horses and four stranded dance-hall hostesses.
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Teddy B (br) wrote: Once in a while you stumble upon a film, which surprises in many levels. It's remarkably gripping, sophisticated and well-acted without taking itself too seriously. It certainly delivers the shivers with tense and the gorgeous Italian mansion, swooping camerawork and a surprisingly twisted and dark ending.First time director Nick Simon delivers a tight direction, spooky in a Hitchcock manner.Mark Kelly as Cole delivers a flammable and edgy character. Impeccable poker-faced Henry played by Oz Perkins, son of Anthony Perkins (Psycho) and reminds me of 80's icon Henry Silva, delivers an impressive performance. Billy Burke as Eric is his powerful, sensitive self. This is certainly worth your time, go rent or buy this.
Pawel B (ca) wrote: The story is OK, from technical point of view this movie seems to be from 60s
Hookah Smoking Caterpiller (mx) wrote: This is actually good! It makes you jump a bit, it keeps you on your toes. It was a little long, but I liked it. If you love movies with Voodoo and Curses, and bad omens this one is full of em.
Just ONE TRE BE BLOCK (ca) wrote: GET DOWN OR LAY DOWN
Jamie F (br) wrote: This movie is just like one big mind fuck, but without a satisfying ending. The different realities all going on at the same time just muddles it to no end.
Joan Pau R (fr) wrote: Strangely beautiful urban scenery at a calculated slow pace, with a superb and surprising music score, and lots of suggestive ideas for a post-human future, this is a truly engaging and forward looking anime film that speaks to us 20 years later, and which will probably still speak to our children twenty years from now. The plot is hard to follow, and is probably meant to be. Who cares? Visualising the fragmented identity of a cyborg more robot than human - perhaps - is what matters. The other conventions - naked female but not human body, glorified violence - are what one should expect from the genre.
Ryan V (ag) wrote: Just in case you thought it was a crime upon humanity to only match up Corey Haim, Leo Rossi, and Cynthia Rothrock for one movie, here's your treat. The part of my brain that ceased functioning properly when I was 11 will always look back fondly upon this. The part of my brain that awoke at that same age is ashamed of the aforementioned part.
alex f (de) wrote: A rather lovely dark little story.
Robert I (es) wrote: Balthazar Getty!? The man was SO young! Very good adaptation. Even got me a little creeped out because those boys felt so real.
Alia P (gb) wrote: I've seen this before, but it's been awhile. The film is a bit slow at first, but packs an emotional punch as it gets going. This is the first Powell/Loy film. And for a fun bit of trivia - notorious bank robber John Dillinger was shot outside the theater after seeing this movie. Apparently he was a Myrna Loy fan.
Rory Fyfe S (au) wrote: I loved this movie. Great acting, and wonderful concept. It gives me inspiration.
malini m (au) wrote: this is the old version but i'm rating the new version in 1990's
Mr Movie R (ag) wrote: Full of comedy and definitely plenty of awkwardness.