The Call of the Wild

The Call of the Wild

Academy Award winner Charlton Heston plays John Thornton, a fearless man who's after more than gold; he wants to do what's right. Thornton works for the U.S. mail and is the only person daring and smart enough to figure out how to travel the deadly 600 miles from Skagway to Dawson, Alaska in the icy winter. His incredibly dog Buck is by his side and part of how he survives. Call of the Wild is stunning entertainment and a superb adventure film classic.

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The Call of the Wild torrent reviews

Mari S (ca) wrote: Vacuous. And everyone was so hostile! Gorgeous house, which brings the movie from one star to two.

Bill W (br) wrote: A nightmare of dream logic that kept me going for 80% of its running time. The problem is, if you're never sure that what you're seeing is actually happening, it's hard to keep caring about what you're seeing.

Bill B (fr) wrote: All the loose ends and weirdness pay off in the last 10 minutes of the film, which leaves you about an hour and twenty minutes to wonder why you bothered watching at all.Once things are made clear, it becomes clear that it's a very average spooky story with little to add to the genre, but I suppose you could do worse if you wanna kill an afternoon.Rental?

Lisette G (ag) wrote: hilarious! i hate seeing the same old movies all the time-all the same shit. obviously made different for a reason-have to be open minded to appreciate it.

Jeremy C (gb) wrote: Beautiful and hard to watch simultaneously, Letters From Iwo Jima serves as a reminder that there are two sides to every story. With every victory in war comes a great loss of humanity for the other side and that is not to be forgotten or taken lightly. The best war film I've seen to date.

Hayden H (br) wrote: Not great but not any worse than season of the witch."C-"

Jason S (fr) wrote: Apparently this kind of retarded shit didn't die with the 80s. Too bad.

Branden W (de) wrote: This is not an undervalued depiction of Andrei Chikatilo, but simply a reminder to say that film is unable to capture the innumerable murders commited by Chikatilo, as Citizen X does not have the sufficient commitment or desire to portray the Butcher of Rostov as one of the most ruthless individuals imaginable to the human mind.

Chris G (us) wrote: Featuring a one-two punch of great performances from Dicaprio and Hanks, stylish directing from Spielberg, and a John Williams soundtrack, Catch Me If You Can is an entertaining and nearly flawless film.

Real G (gb) wrote: Ok, don't get me wrong, Boulevard Nights is a good film from the aspect that if you ever grew up in a low-class neighborhood (Inglewood, East L.A., Watts, etc.) then you can identify with the actions of the gangsters in this film (the tagging, spray cans, tats, so forth.) What kills this film for me is two things - the acting and the storyline. Granted Danny de la Paz is prehaps the only actor in this film that I can buy into. He's legit. But everyone else in this film, from the gangsters to his brother Ramon, who looks like he stepped off a model runway, the finacee, the mother, the whole damn cast of characters is so cheesy. The second thing that kills it is the mind-numbing predicatibility of this film. Granted the first half of it is fine, but once you get an idea of where things are going, you can guess what's going to happen and, like I've said before, that neccessarily a bad thing, but in tihs case, when it gets to the point where it's annoying and detaching for the viewer, it backfires. Otherwise this film is fine. It's those two things that make me drop it form a good film to an okay one.

Mark K (mx) wrote: It has a few forgetable moments but theres some interesting writing and animations in these three segments.

Private U (es) wrote: Beautiful. The score alone was absolutely fantastic. As old silent movies, with ridiculously huge budgets go... this one is a must see!

Zach C (fr) wrote: Good movie, though I would have preferred if King Shark had lived, loved the Harley though.

Brian C (ca) wrote: Grave Encounters is pretty good. It doesn't really bring much new to the table of found footage movies set in haunted asylum's, but it fun nonetheless. There is at least a reason to keep the cameras running.The breakdown of the psyche of the characters was very well done, although one character goes a bit hard on his own stereotype to be believable.The asylum itself is extremely creepy, and unnerving. As the movie goes on we realize the whole place is moving rooms and hallways around and is quite merciless in scaring the film crew.The premise is good too with a ghost hunting show of people that go to supposedly haunted places, embellish heavily and overact to make it look like these places are really haunted (for ratings). Too bad they found a really haunted place.

Patrick W (es) wrote: The story behind this one was that humans had polluted the earth so much that we had to look for another place to live. Attempts to terraform Mars began and the first manned crew to Mars rockets there to check the progress and stay on the planet. Things go wrong and the film becomes a pseudo-Apollo 13 on Mars. Not as much of a Sci-Fi action flick as much as a "this could really happen" flick. There are a few action sequences that were exciting but a few of the characters were really unnecessary and the plot was driven by something that I still can't pinpoint.