The Man from Bitter Ridge

The Man from Bitter Ridge

The Man from Bitter Ridge is a film directed by Jack Arnold. Jeff Carr, a special investigator, arrives in Tomahawk. His assignment is to discover who has been holding up the local stagecoach and is guilty for a series of killings that terrorize the town. Sheepman Alec Black is suspected by the local population but it is not long before Jeff realizes the man is innocent. Alec even becomes a good friend although he is in love with the same woman as him, Holly. Jeff will manage to arrest the real culprits but not before the latter try to compromise him down.

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Zachary S (gb) wrote: Fun with some good thrills. Acting by Emile Hirsch was terrible. Couldn't help but make me miss Anton Yelchin who would've killed this role.

Scott S (nl) wrote: for some reason i ended watching this movie heading to Vancouver and i really enjoyed it. its not a movie i might have watched but I'm glad i did its funny and charming something alot of people i know might like

Jussi M (nl) wrote: TURD part 2. Nyt vittu oikeesti!

James J (gb) wrote: Well-animated, but the style is excessive and annoying, as is the story. Pretty ridiculous at times, too. The music is by far the best part, but it doesn't help this at all.

Bhaavana P (gb) wrote: Great start and a poor plot makes pyar ki side effects an effortless poor comedy.

Andy P (kr) wrote: The only thing that saved it from being another 'Courage Under Fire' type movie was Tommy Lee Jones. He was terrific, the film? Not so terrific.

Tim P (es) wrote: This isn't the best review in the world. This is just a tribute.

Dan M (br) wrote: 4 out of 5 stars! While the story is a little slow and not my favorite of the series, this film is a beautiful piece of art to behold. I prefer the more complex and exciting storytelling of the likes of "The Two Towers" or Game of Thrones, but this is a nice, warm, and inviting film, that sets the stage well for the rest of the series (including the Hobbit films). I give it 3 1/2 stars for story, but boost it to 4 stars for all that it accomplished visually and in terms of film making technique. It is without a doubt a classic and groundbreaking film.

Muffin M (ca) wrote: I have this in a seven movie pack along with:* Smokey And The Bandit (1977)* Smokey And The Bandit Part 3 (1983)* Bandit: Bandit Goes Country (1994)* Bandit: Bandit, Bandit (1994)* Bandit: Beauty And The Bandit (1994)* Bandit: Bandit's Silver Angel (1994)

Alex r (nl) wrote: Aside from the Dark Knight, Hard Candy is one of Heath Ledger's strongest performances. This is an eccentric picture that tells an engaging story about addiction. Brilliantly acted and directed, Hard Candy is a fine picture that showcases Ledger's talents perfectly. The story is well constructed and it is a film that is hard to forget. With effective performances, this is a must see for any film lover who enjoys a powerful film that delivers an entertaining drama. The direction is very well done, and overall I really enjoyed the film despite the fact that in some areas, the film could have been better. However, Ledger's performance keeps things together and like I said, he does some terrific work here. I really thought that this was one of his best performances right up until his final role as the Joker. This is a raw, gritty in your face portrayal of addiction, and it shows us the costs of using. This is a film that is hard to get into due to its subject, but it is nonetheless a roller coaster ride into madness that you won't forget. In terms of a drama, Candy is one of those films that doesn't shy away from its subject that it displays on-screen. The cast keep you involved and it is a film well worth seeing. I thought the film was well made, but it is not a film that warrants multiple viewings, and it will stick with you for a while long after you've seen it. Candy has its imperfections, but its strengths lie within its subject matter and its raw, intense delivery of its performances from the cast.