Bronson and Marvin star as murderous half-brothers who are running from the law as well as each other. A climatic confrontation proves to each of them just how mean the other can be. "The Meanest Men in the West" is actually an amalgam of two episodes of the hit 1960's TV series, "The Virginian." In one installment, a wealthy man's daughter is kidnapped by a nasty gunslinger. But the crime is only just a means for the ruffian to draw the tough title character into a blood- thirsty revenge scheme. In the second, a drifter burglarizes the Shiloh ranch. Then an unhinged girl relies on the man to aid in her flight from home.
Writer:Samuel Fuller (screenplay), Ed Waters (screenplay)
A compilation of two episodes of "The Virginian" TV western series. Season 1 episode "It Tolls For Thee" (1962) guest star Lee Marvin, and season 6 episode "Reckoning" (1967) guest star Charles Bronson. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Anoud S (de) wrote: Emm i love it so romance ?????
Jamie H (nl) wrote: absolute worst horror ive seen in my life, not at all scary, extremely slow film, slower than watching paint dry. definitely leaves you tense, but only because youre wondering when the action is going to start - which it never does. i dont understand why critics have given it such a high rating, probably because the picture was good quality i dont even know.
AD V (it) wrote: With a bigger budget and a more coherent plot this could've been a five star film but as it stands its still a well done bleak sci-fi thriller from France.
Bruce B (us) wrote: This movie was originally made and released in between seasons three and four but it makes the most sense to be watched towards the end of season two after The Captain's Hand episode. It focuses on the backstory of the Battlestar Pegasus and some of the important people aboard that ship from the attack to this point in time. The style of the movie is similar to the show but it doesn't quite contain the same level of character development. A must watch for fans of the show but it isn't mandatory to watch to get the basic story of the overall show's story arc.
Jess L (ru) wrote: I appreciate the effort here and the mid doco homage to Michael Moore with the cutesy, "funny" cartoon "cleverly" explaining how homosexuality is scientifically proven to be genetic such as heterosexuality, and not as so many people think it to be; a choice - but the buck ends there. This is a film that only homosexuals raised in religious families or those who are sitting on the fence should really get into and view with any merit. The same applies for similar shows or docos on fundamentalist Christians or any other organised religious sector, the problem is it's just too damn biased to be taken with a grain of salt. It is hard to view this film in an unbiased manner also so of course my opinion is quite different to the other reviews I have read here. I liked the family message that is being put across here but as with all docos an agenda is being pushed and it isn't given the attention is deserves as the audience is schmoozed with too many character references and stories to gain your empathy. There were very few counter arguments given voice and the archival footage used is copy and pasted at a high school media student's level - it's obvious from the get go here what you are meant to believe by the time you finish watching this film. Whatever you choose to believe in this doco was way too one sided for my liking and given how much debate and conversation there is concerning this topic the filmmaker has not taken full advantage of what could be achieved. It is still interesting to watch but it's important to remember that people may mock the fundamentalist Christians for believing what someone tells them to be the truth, but if you watch a film like this and believe everything you are being shown then you are no better off. Use this as a starting point for conversation.
Ashley S (ca) wrote: Interesting scifi futuristic background story but the interpersonal and main story was off. Regretted having wasted my time watching it.
Craig M (jp) wrote: This was literally the only movie I walked out of.
Chad M (mx) wrote: Great cinematography in certain scenes. Bardem was sick as always and pretty convincing as a flaming homosexual. Movie SHOULD NOT have been two hours+. I'm sure the book was a hard-hitting biography, but in movie form it was not. The movie had too many chapters/stories that tediously rambled on and abruptly ended. I was not moved AT ALL by the ending. Sorry, but even Bardem couldn't save this movie. 2.5/5
Amanda C (ru) wrote: Speechless. A movie I could watch over and over again, and relate to. Black is the ultimate.. black eclipses everything............
Donnie M (gb) wrote: Great film! Pretty much uses storylines from 5 years of the show into one film. Wonderful gothic atmosphere. Where is the dvd?!
George E (br) wrote: For me this film should be seen on one's tv it needs a bigger screen than a laptop or even a desk top PC to revel it's beauty.
Mikhail B (jp) wrote: Kurosawa's first film. Quality martial arts movie.
Tom M (fr) wrote: Everybody Wants Some!! is a really fun and enjoyable movie to watch with a great young cast of fresh faces and continues Linklater's success at telling these types of stories.