A group of unlikely travelling companions find themselves on the same stagecoach to Cheyenne. They include a drunken doctor, a bar girl who's been thrown out of town, a professional gambler, a travelling liquor salesman, a banker who has decided to embezzle money, a gun-slinger out for revenge and a young woman going to join her army captain husband. All have secrets but when they are set upon by an Indian war party and then a family of outlaws, they find they must all work together if they are to stay alive.
- Stars:Ann-Margret, Red Buttons, Mike Connors, Alex Cord, Bing Crosby, Robert Cummings, Van Heflin, Slim Pickens, Stefanie Powers, Keenan Wynn, Brad Weston, Joseph Hoover, John Gabriel, Oliver McGowan, David Humphreys Miller,
- Director:Gordon Douglas,
- Writer:Joseph Landon (screenplay), Dudley Nichols (based on a screenplay by), Ernest Haycox (from a story by)
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Stagecoach torrent reviews
(ag) wrote: Not bad for a low budget movie.
(it) wrote: this in my Top 10 worse movies of all time, didn't Appeal to me at all, this was such a Thumps down and 1 in a half star, it could be worse then Jason goes to Hell!.
(ca) wrote: Massive plot holes appearing as early as Act I and shallow, cliched characters undermine what should have been an entertaining, if dark, diversion. I predicted the ending in the first 15 minutes to within an inch, coming up just short of the final twist and final, thankfully unexpected scene.Sadly, and as one critic noted, the sets/locations (and a few of the societal concepts) far outshine the rest of the production.
(ca) wrote: Excellent biopic of Steve Prefontaine. While another Prefontaine biopic was released around the same time as this one, Without Limits was better. Donald Sutherland was excellent as Bill Bowerman, who is the father of long distance running in the US. I also loved the chemistry between Billy Crudup and Sutherland. While Monica Potter is very beautiful, she was a weak part of the film. If you ever want to know how Nike really got started, this is a must see. Very good directing by one of the best writers in Hollywood, Robert Towne.
(kr) wrote: Just doesn't equal the Disney family entertainment of the 50s and 60s, like Old Yeller. There's no emotional impact, such as Tonka and Savage Sam had. The acting is just by the book and the plot is too predictable. The scenery of British Columbia, which stands in for Alaska (although why is anyone's guess-was filming there cheaper?) is spectacular. Okay for kids, but not much here to satisfy adult taste.
(br) wrote: omg liza minnelli is soooo lame....
(de) wrote: I love Doris Day movies. Had not seen this one before. Enjoyed it!
(ru) wrote: The story is solid, the musical numbers are grand, and Jimmy Durante and Frank Sinatra are amazing together. It's not the most masterful of musicals, but it's great great fun, and any fan of Frankie will enjoy it.
(ag) wrote: Joan Crawford,..Clark Gable,..very classic, wonderful cargo!!
(fr) wrote: college version of the 1st one
(de) wrote: An interesting film that makes one realize how insignificant materialistic possessions really are.
(fr) wrote: A nicely understated and completely unusual buddy road-trip story, of two men in their 60s -- cultural opposites, but fond of each other from past family connections -- who take a trip to Iceland together, each finding reasons to re-engage in life after disappointments. The sexist boorishness of the forced-into-retirement Kentucky surgeon is often cringe-inducing, but the relationship between the two is often funny and entertaining; and the breathtaking Icelandic scenery alone makes this worth watching.
(nl) wrote: Without any pretension , a little film that smells good the 80's and feel as good as can be. I loved the idea to shoot the film in the 80's style and craft such a simple but lovely story. The cast is excellent and to be honest i really thought this was an old film until i saw Susan Sarandon, impeccable , as always showing up and then i realized this was actually a contemporary film. The soundtrack is great, the camera work and framing very retro but amazing. I have a feeling this film will become something cult in the future. Too bad it didn't get a broad release, i'm sure kids would have loved it because films like that are becoming too rare on screens these days. Definitely a great indy flick in my opinion.