Roy Colt and Winchester Jack

Roy Colt and Winchester Jack

Two outlaws compete with each other over a treasure map that will lead them to buried gold while one of them is in league with a sadistic priest-turned-crime lord, while a young Native American girl helps both outlaws and plays both sides against each other.

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Roy Colt and Winchester Jack torrent reviews

Adrian B (us) wrote: Lost interest in the opening couple of minutes, suffice to day avoid!

Leif F (it) wrote: As a movie, this is pretty mediocre stuff, but as a history lesson, it's borderline criminal. I'm not LDS, or frankly even a sympathizer, but I know a hatchet job when I see one. The filmmakers claimed the intent was to show how religious extremism can lead good people astray, but the only impression one could get from this movie is that Mormons are bad news (or at least used to be). The terrible persecutions suffered by Mormons, the circumstances of the Utah War that provide context for the events, the many doubts about the role of the LDS hierarchy in ordering or condoning the massacre - all of this gets short shrift. Instead of an instructive story about one of the darkest deeds in American history and the complex events surrounding it, focusing on what we actually *know* about what happened, we get this terribly slanted anti-Mormon screed. The only good thing I can say about it is that it got me to read more about the Utah War, a fascinating episode in our history about which I knew very little. But you can just go to the library or Wikipedia to read up, no need to waste time on this nasty piece of work. And yes, it must be said, the fact that this was released in an election year, starring a highly visible supporter (Voight) for the opponent (Giuliani) of a Mormon presidential candidate (Romney), just stinks to high heaven; it'd sure be interesting to know how and where the financing for this project got the green light.

Anne F (mx) wrote: Antoine is going through an alcoholic midlife crisis and he and his unloving, successful, wife set off from Paris to collect their children from a camp in the South of France. During the long drive the problems in their relationship show themselves, and after too many arguments and too much drink they become separated. The film has a sense of menace and mystery throughout the film kept me wanting to know more, I liked the portrayal of Antoine's drink and driving (which was terrifying), but felt that the end of the film didn't quite fit. The film left me with a lot of questions - how much was real?

Abb J (ru) wrote: Bring It On: Cute, hilarious and clever. And Kirsten Dunst is awesome. A

Jeffrey C (de) wrote: I guess this movie would have had more impact when it was made or if I had been in Vietnam. However, I have seen lots of war movies. War is brutal and futile. Got it.

Michael H (br) wrote: Exciting enough, but ruined somewhat by Roberts' assholery and Voight's leering

Daniel W (kr) wrote: I can watch this movie over and over

Francisco G (nl) wrote: Twins of Evil is yet another Hammer films vampire flick. Part of the Karnstein trilogy, Twins is nothing more than a vehicle for the awful Collison twins, the first to be featured on the PLayboy magazine. Make no mistake, this is still a very solidly produced flick, everything is detailed and well-handled but just boring and doesn't pay off much in the end. The legendary Peter Cushing and his lost look towards the whole flick sums up the movie well: "What the fuck am I doing here exacly?"

Allan C (de) wrote: Terrific William Powell/Myrna Loy romantic comedy about a dull, respectable business man getting hit on the head and the last thing he remembers is 15 yeas before when he was a con man. The newly charming and quick witted Powell is a fish out of water in his own stiff life, pretending he's fine while working the angles on a big oil scam and trying to win back his estranged wife, Loy. Quite different from the "Thin Man" series, with less banter between Powell and Loy, but it's equally charming in it's own way.

lucas f (au) wrote: This is my favorite movie of all time. It is funny and awesome. I really like Mater and how he teaches Mqueen not to be selfish probably without knowing it.

Mike M (es) wrote: well made and kinda messed up. cool idea once you figure out whats going on.