The Road to Denver
The Mayhew brothers flee from one Texas town to another as older brother Bill repeatedly attempts to keep younger brother Sam out of jail. Bill finally gives up on his younger brother and heads for Colorado. He gets a job and all is well until his brother shows up and takes a job that puts them on opposite sides of the law.
- Stars:John Payne, Mona Freeman, Lee J. Cobb, Ray Middleton, Skip Homeier, Andy Clyde, Lee Van Cleef, Karl 'Killer' Davis, Glenn Strange, Robert 'Buzz' Henry, Dan White, Robert Burton, Anna Lee Carroll, Tex Terry,
- Director:Joseph Kane,
- Writer:Horace McCoy (screenplay), Allen Rivkin (screenplay), William Gulick (Saturday Evening Post story)
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The Road to Denver torrent reviews
(es) wrote: Sad to watch considering the death of Ryan Dunn probably the funniest out of the Jackass pack. Not the greatest movie but give it a chance for him.
(fr) wrote: Saw this on Lifetime yesterday Angie Harmon is such a bitch!! This movie bothered me soo bad but it was a pretty freaky suspenseful movie.
(de) wrote: A prequel that was not needed, on any level. Gone has all the wit and charm of Silence of the Lambs and the exotic flair of Hannibal. This is a pointless display of gore and violence, a really bad attempt at a Lecter film, no wonder Hopkins said no. I hope it will be forgotten in years to come.
(kr) wrote: Gus Van Sant's 1985 debut is a close-up look into the life of Mexican youth on the streets and a gay white man who's obsessed with them. Poetic and stylized, this has some of the markings of a student movie, but it's easy to see the talent involved, not only regarding Van Sant and the great black & white photography, but also the very fitting actors who we'll never hear of again.
(es) wrote: no thanks not my kinda thing
(br) wrote: Hands down the best Macbeth movie.
(jp) wrote: A 'B' movie for guys who like 'B' movies, starring the one and only Rondo Hatton as the ridiculously-effective Creeper. This time out, Hatton is used by a persecuted starving artist to carry out killings on all the man's critics. The Creeper is well-known to police, however, and immediately suspect the infamous serial killer may not be "dead" after all (following his last movie appearance and supposed demise). Hatton, who suffered from real-life acromegaly, hides away in the artist's studios, killing at night and posing for a sculpture by day. A fun flick that shows how great and commanding Hatton could be as a heavy. Beware THE CREEPER!
(us) wrote: Wow. What a plot. I loved this film. It also proves that Lucy Liu isn't only in rubbish films like.....everything she's done but this. If you like an intellectual, plot-twisting, witty movie, then give this a watch.
(de) wrote: I'm not the biggest fan of John Wayne westerns but I did like this, good story