Small town, the American dream. A blue-collar family living the idyllic rural lifestyle. Nothing is out of place save for the lacking white picket fence - and the old JAIL that occupies the 2nd floor of their century-old home. Seth Delray knew the possibilities before he moved his wife and two kids into the old jailhouse, but the Sheriff assured him that it would take an act of God to put that place back into service. Times were tight, and it was just too good of a deal to refuse. That is, until the county jail caught fire. The Sheriff's hands were tied and he had to put displaced inmates anywhere he could find iron bars with a locking door. The Delray house was his only option. For Seth the worst wasn't the criminals locked like animals in the soiled cages above his living room. It was the mortal fear in his children's eyes, it was the piercing cold looks from his wife. It was that deep..
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Joyce M (ru) wrote: The genius drummer Ginger Baker is as watchable as a crazy kitten Internet video and just as enigmatic... An amazing talent and equally amazing douchebag! The story is pushed through by journalist Jay Bulger and highlights the many musical adventures of Ginger with some beautiful animation David Bell and Joe Scarpulla...If you like great musical documentaries, you need to see this film... Oh and Lars Bloody Ulrich shows up as per EVERY other rock music doc.
xavier m (it) wrote: Worst acting I've seen in a long time. Predictable , pointless, dialogues are lame and not believable. An overall waist of time. I actually understand why I'm the first to comment on this "movie" ? Looking forward to the new eddy murphy movie.
Jonathan D (gb) wrote: ?a devient de plus en plus bte
Guido S (es) wrote: Your arrogance offends me, the rate just went up 10%. Predictable and has some ridiculous moments, but moves at a pretty good pace and entertains, sometimes unintentionally, for the most part.
Scott W (nl) wrote: Not Mel Brooks' best effort. To me this felt lazy compared to some of his better movies. The story is quite thin and he is relying mostly on almost shot-for-shot interpretations of Hitchcock scenes (like the shower scene from Psycho). Worse than that, it's just not very funny. There are some laugh out loud moments but no standout scenes like in, say, Blazing Saddles. The parts with Cloris Leachman and Harvey Korman are more creepy than funny. The only saving grace was Madeline Kahn, who really elevated any scenes she was in.
Jens L (it) wrote: Interesting to see out of a historical perspective but the movies underlying message is more than questionable
Morgan W (it) wrote: i like the first one from the 50s but the 80s remake is gross. this may be more graphic.
Eric R (ru) wrote: Decision at Sundown starts Randolph Scott as Bart Allison, a man who has just arrived in Sundown intent on getting revenge on Tate Kimbrough, a man which he believes is responsible for his wife's death. The film leads you to believe that it's a simple revenge flick but what unfolds is a the story of a man whose terrible past has left a void in his soul. He keeps looking for someone to blame for what has transgressed and in doing so helps a whole town to realize that they need to stand up fro what is right and take back their self-respect. Randolph Scott really gives a great performance in this film as Bart; he has an overwhelming screen presence and every line is delivered with emotion. A film that truly lives up to the "psychological western" label, as every character is multi-dimensional and fascinating dealing with their own past issues and/or present transgressions. Budd Boetticher must have really been a believer in eyes being the key into our souls, as his camera always seems to focusing on the actors eyes. One scene in particular where this struck me is when Ruby, the mistress of Tate Kimbrough, is arguing with him about his marriage. Kimbrough's arm even blocks half of her face in one shot, but her piercing eyes continue to hound. Really a beautifully realized film about the choices one makes and the internal demons which can haunt oneself. Another great film by the criminally under -appreciated Budd Boetticher.
Victoria S (ru) wrote: This is a great classic movie. I could watch it over and over.
Peter P (de) wrote: Excellent telling of the, "what might have happened if Butch Cassidy had survived and became an old man who still had one last great ride in him. Sam Shepard is perfect as Blackthorn, and the rest of the cast works well, and I liked how it showed the reality of a long distance horse chase, not nearly being as fast as most movies make it out to be, but the scene had great tension because of it.
Andr D (mx) wrote: Arnold Schwarzenegger es perfecto al encarnar a Conan El Brbarao, el hroe de los libros pulp y los cmics creado por Robert E. Howard. En esta pelcula dirigida por Joh Milus y con guin de Oliver Stone, Conan busca venganza buscando al lder de un culto (James Earl Jones) quien masacr a su familia y lo convirti en esclavo. La pelcula de Conan , al igual que la fuente original, es una historia brutal llena de sexo y violencia, que dejar satisfechos a los amantes del gnero de espadas y hechicera.