Retired, wealthy sea Captain Jame McKay arrives in the vast expanse of the West to marry fiancée Pat Terrill. McKay is a man whose values and approach to life are a mystery to the ranchers and ranch foreman Steve Leech takes an immediate dislike to him. Pat is spoiled, selfish and controlled by her wealthy father, Major Henry Terrill. The Major is involved in a ruthless civil war, over watering rights for cattle, with a rough hewn clan led by Rufus Hannassey. The land in question is owned by Julie Maragon and both Terrill and Hannassey want it.
Chris C (es) wrote: AMC Kennedy is showing!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Mark S (it) wrote: wow. family secrets, incest, murder, teenagers, sex. whats that sound like?answer: every horror movie ever made.totally unoriginal and full of bad acting. even the softcore porn scenes were horrible.i think there was a line in the movie where the girls were like"this is horrible" and "its not our fault"thats my review summed up in those 2 sentences
Ro C (br) wrote: "Change moves in spirals, not circles. For example, the sun goes up and then it goes down. But everytime that happens, what do you get? You get a new day. You get a new one. When you breathe, you inhale and you exhale, but every single time that you do that you're a little bit different then the one before. We're always changing. And its important to know that there are some changes you can't control and that there are others you can."Ryan Gosling to end the day!
David O (au) wrote: A very bold version of Cruel Intentions. Great cinematography and powerful performances from the cast. Really shows how far humans go for love.
Camille L (gb) wrote: C'etait tres prometteur mais non, c'est vraiment trop long pour tenir en haleine. Bizarre et ultra-pretentieux, ce film enerve au bout de 20 minutes par ses parties de ping-pong verbal plus que vaseux, ses scenes de basket tournees pour les myopathes et sa demi-heure sous LSD beaucoup trop longue.
Dylan W (de) wrote: Doesn't feel like a robocop movie at times.The film is more wackier and much more clichd. I like it better than the 2nd film personally, but it's still a bad flick.
Doctor S (us) wrote: Terrific modern horror film: exciting, scary, and pulse-pounding with the most frightening and deadliest zombies ever seen. Shows what can happen when you recruit a cast that can act. The pregnancy side story went over the top, but otherwise a white-knuckle thrillride; don't dare miss the opening 10 minutes!!
Private U (jp) wrote: This lesser-known entry in the 'spaghetti western' genre deserves to be better known by fans of the genre. Despite its obscure status, Corri, Uomo, Corri isn't the kind of fly-by-night quickie that many film buffs associate with the genre: in fact, it features impressive production values lavish enough to rival the biggest Sergio Leone films. It also shares Leone's penchant for political themes and epic storytelling, thanks to the ambitious work of writer/director Sergio Sollima: he populates the tale with a colorful array of larger-than-life characters and keeps the plot constantly turning with a combination of plot twists and ever-changing alliances between the characters. The one downside of this approach is that the story is so densely packed that the pace occasionally drags beneath the weight of all its details. That said, Sollima keeps viewers on their toes most of the time by deftly shifting the tone back and forth between comedy and drama. His work is further aided by the impressive performances of the cast: Donal O'Brien cuts a believably imposing figure as a Lee Van Cleef-styled lone wolf, Chelo Alonso handles the role of the hero's long-suffering girlfriend with the right combination of fiery energy and comic timing and Tomas Milian gives a charming, multi-faceted performance as the seemingly hapless but surprsingly resourceful Cuchillo. The film's appeal is sealed by crisp photography and a rousing, Ennio Morricone-styled orchestral score by frequent Morricone arranger Bruno Nicolai. All in all, Corri, Uomo, Corri is a very entertaining film worthy of rediscovery by anyone who enjoys a good spaghetti western.
stefano l (nl) wrote: I am a superfan of nearly all of the kinds of scifi (with the only exception of catastrophic scifi), but I particularly like this kind of "soft" scifi movies, in which the premises are clearly typical of the genre, but the movie is not totally permeated by it. Given that, many who wrote a review here under said that Another Earth is too ambitious for what it portrais. I don't really see in which point it seems too ambitious, and then I totally disagree with them. It's a story that should make people reflect, and it does it, while enjoying a movie well written with some turns that doesn't seem plausible, but that are completely acceptable in the moment we accept that a parallel world can exist.
Wiebke K (fr) wrote: predictable plot, with some cool flight scenes -- who ever came up with the idea to sit in wooden frames covered in canvas, up in the air and shoot at each other?
Jocey D (gb) wrote: It was an amusing twist on a different kind of love triangle. The cast is engaging and played their parts well. Entertaining. In the end she makes the right choice.