The Brass Legend
During a ride with his new pony Sinoya, the young Clay Gibson by chance finds the secret housing of the multiple murderer Tris Hatten. He reports immediately to Sheriff Adams, who strongly recommends him not to tell anybody about it. Unfortunately Clay talks to his father nevertheless. He believes Adams just wanted fame and reward for himself and accuses him in the newspaper. Thereby he endangers his son, who's now targeted by a killer which Tris' girlfriend Winnie hired for revenge. Written by Tom Zoerner
- Stars:Hugh O'Brian, Nancy Gates, Raymond Burr, Rebecca Welles, Donald MacDonald, Robert Burton, Eddie Firestone, Willard Sage, Robert Griffin, Stacy Harris, Dennis Cross, Russell Simpson, Norman Leavitt, Vicente Padula, Clegg Hoyt,
- Director:Gerd Oswald,
- Writer:Jess Arnold (story), Don Martin, George Zuckerman (story)
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(ca) wrote: A Big Chill for the .com generation minus any hint of a watchable movie.I would have attempted suicide too if these where my best friends.
(ag) wrote: Just like mamma mia were everybody in that movie couldn't sing at all, well in this film there was so good singers but some of them was a bit miss.
(de) wrote: Made me nauseous. Bouncy filming. Boring story with a lot of drinking. Had to turn it off on "Tuesday".
(nl) wrote: a reallysurprisingly good movie!
(ag) wrote: Being a commando takes more than courage. During World War II Finland is invaded by the Germans. Max Manus leads a resistance group in guerilla warfare tactics to sabotage German missions. He also delivers propaganda to keep hope alive for his fellow countrymen. How long can Max and his followers survive as the Germans increase the pressure to bring him and his followers down? "We knew we would win just like we knew we were going to die." Joachim Ronning, director of Bandidas, delivers Max Manus: Man of War in his second major motion picture directorial project. The storyline was very interesting and reminded me slightly of Defiance (with Daniel Craig). The action scenes were excellent but it was the characters that made the film worth following. The acting and script were outstanding and the cast includes Aksel Hennie, Ken Duken, Christian Rubeck, Viktoria Winge, and Stig Henrik Hoff. "What kind of idiot hides explosives under his bed?" I was flicking through Amazon Prime and came across this picture as a new addition to their free flicks. When I read the synopsis I had to see this picture for a couple reason, 1) I'm Finnish, and 2) I just went to a gun range to shoot the Finnish Suomi guns in late January. I was pleasantly surprised at the quality of this film. I loved the pace of the film, the action scenes, and almost every character. This is a very underrated picture if you enjoy World War pictures. "I am often awaken by memories of Finland." Grade: A-
(gb) wrote: really good movie and great visuals of the land. glad that they went with someone thats a native speaker of the language, rather than having an actor learn lines of a different language. also glad that there was no CG graphics, everything was done with live people and animals, and that it wasn't made by hollywood...
(br) wrote: 1er role dans un film americain pour Jet Li. C'est tres limite niveau rea mais ca reste un bon film d'action. A reserver aux fans de Jet cependant.
(us) wrote: I remember liking it not very memorable andNot very funny C-
(jp) wrote: One of the best movies that I have ever seen.
(ag) wrote: 1 of the best movies to see.
(de) wrote: Not only does this have some of the greatest stunts and fights of all time (especially the bout with Benny the Jet), but there is a great cast with genuine humor throughout! This may be my favorite Chan flick.
(it) wrote: Great sequel. Worth watching!
(nl) wrote: Its Alistair Sim that really makes this murder mystery whodunit more memorable than it should have been. When a postman dies on an operating table before the surgery begins, no one is alarmed. But when one of the nurses announces that it was murder, things get hot. Then she ends up murdered, and a detective is sent to solve the case. Full of electrifying twists on a small scale in one location, Green for Danger benefits from the screenwriters who also collaborated on many Alfred Hitchcock pictures. The result is a suspenseful thriller with just enough chutzpah to get off the ground with its mediocre cast. (not including Sim of course)
(mx) wrote: This real life couple are pretty cute in the scenarios that they end up together. Tracy and Hepburn were great on their own and they really play off one another to give us something special.
(kr) wrote: Overrated and forgettable one of my least favorite grant movies
(es) wrote: A very innovative story and film in 1982. The remake was a failure.
(nl) wrote: Brilliant, non stop laughter from start to finish
(it) wrote: Paranormal Activity: Ghost Dimension undoes much of the low key believability that was essential to the franchise with this heavily computerised fizzer. Deemed to be the last entry into the franchise, Ghost Dimension goes bigger but not better. An unsuspecting family move into a new house and begin experiencing strange occurrences after they discover an evil entity is after the daughter. Director, Gregory Plotkin ties in some lingering questions about the franchises overarching mythology, however six films in and the chills and thrills are gone. What began as a refreshing and haunting experience, it was disappointing to see all the follow up filmmakers stray so far from the original foundation - the chilling use of the unseen to terrorize viewers. A style that made the series so universally admired in the first place. Lacking originality, Ghost Dimension is the most disappointing of the bunch. Notable cast members from previous film do not make an appearance and with so much time invested in the long running sense, my only question is "where is Katie?" Her absence denies us to feel any closure and instead the wrap up for the long running series feels jaded.Ghost Dimension missing the mark on capitalizing on the fear of the unknown, as the audience is now finally gifted with a visual cameo appearance of the illusive, Toby. The series villainous being was much more frightening when he remained transparent, he now is a heavy computerized floating blob of dark mass.Being a fan of the series in general it was disappointing to see the series with such a bang, go out with a fizzle. Ideally, I wish the filmmakers went back to basics and spend more time getting back to classic found footage, back to what ignited the popular franchise.