Several pillars of society have robbed an Army safe containing $100,000 so they can buy the land upon which the coming railroad will be built. But they haven't reckoned on the presence of ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Several pillars of society have robbed an Army safe containing $100,000 so they can buy the land upon which the coming railroad will be built. But they haven't reckoned on the presence of the master gunslinger, Sabata.
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Carla F (de) wrote: Seen Better..Plot I knew in the first few minutes..To many names to remember..
Karthik V (de) wrote: Pathetic storyline, boring acting. Human drama seems to be just for the sake of having it. With a bit more attention on a story and screenplay, could have really made it a better movie.
Richard S (kr) wrote: This would have been somewhat better had they got a better actress playing the role of Isabelle. Kristin Scott Thomas was really good as the manipulative boss out to ruin her protege's chances of success but there was a lot of hammy acting from the younger actress that just took away any sympathy we were supposed to have for her. US remakes usually pale in comparison to the European originals but I'm looking forward to Brian De Palma's movie because with the right actresses this could be a decent thriller.
Jenn T (ru) wrote: Decent story line, not painfully bad acting, but very B-grade.
Tommy K (ca) wrote: The story, humor, and performances are all very lame and lazy, resulting in a forgettably bad sequel to an already very mediocre Ice Cube comedy.
Alexander C (us) wrote: This was really funny, id love to be umas toyboy :D
AJ R (it) wrote: With the absence of over-the-top CGI and a healthy balance between gore and comedy, this unique take on the werewolf trope is both gritty and thought-provoking, making it a refreshing addition to the horror genre.
Ben H (jp) wrote: The thin line between stylish and cheesy...
Ollie W (ca) wrote: A heavily flawed but enjoyable Australian drama from Ana Kokkinos that challenges censorship, categorisation and sometimes the limits of your patience. Alex Dimitriades might be outrageously attractive, but he is not a gifted actor, which is definitely a problem at times. Paul Capsis though, is an absolute hoot as the sassy, gay, drag-queen friend who occasionally dresses up to go out, much to the indignation of the local Turkish community in which this provocative film takes place.
Cody Y (jp) wrote: I love movies like this that no one I know has ever heard of, and if they had would never watch.
Sandra R (ca) wrote: seen this movie so much i can see it without SEEING it!
Andrew O (jp) wrote: Your less-than-average run-of-the-mill zombie flick. Decent acting is overshadowed by unnecessary length (which you'll feel in the first half) and a not so decent script and directing. However, I must admit that I do feel a sort of respect for this movie, as this is what I picture myself doing in 10 years.
Hannah V (mx) wrote: I like this film's unique style, cinematography and some of the subtext, but on a purely subjective note, I'm really ambivalent to the story and the characters. Any enjoyment I mine from this film is visual.