They Died with Their Boots On

They Died with Their Boots On

The story follows General George Armstrong Custer's adventures from his West Point days to his death. He defies orders during the Civil War, trains the 7th Cavalry, appeases Chief Crazy Horse and later engages in bloody battle with the Sioux nation.

Highly fictionalized account (see the IMDB 'goofs' for examples) of the life of George Armstrong Custer from his arrival at West Point in 1857 to his death at the battle of the Little Big ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


They Died with Their Boots On torrent reviews

Nicole D (fr) wrote: Funny. Dramatic. Heartfelt. A very impressive marvel movie, not easy to top.

Jimmy L (nl) wrote: Real-depicting and lyrical

Jason G (fr) wrote: Nearly every attempt at humor is cringe-worthy, but the story is never uninteresting, and some good performances were turned in.

Justin O (it) wrote: Josh Clarke's favorite Shaq flick

BigTab (br) wrote: It's good to see things from the male side and the female side, and even though it's the same story, it's COMPLETELY different. Both actors do a great job, but I love it because it makes the Kevin Bacon game a whole lot easier to play.

Dan M (de) wrote: Like a boring version of Talladega Nights(heck, even John C. Reilly is in this) I just could not get engaged in this at all. I suppose you really have to be into NASCAR to really appreciate this one, for me it's just cars going round and round in circles with rednecks yelling 'yee haw!' over and over. Snooze.....

Chris D (de) wrote: I thoroughly perplexing film: coming off the heels of watching "The Discrete Charm of the Bourgeoisie" I found this one far more difficult to ascertain its "drive". Honestly, everyone is this film appears to be mentally disturbed and it felt like a giant void of humanity (although I can never deny that Spanish is a far more fair language than English, these people all should have been committed). Dogs tied to wagons, cats jumping softly on rats, a crown of thorns lit on fire, a woman throwing yarn into a fire only to replace its absence with ashes? I felt like the film may have been aiming for a surreal bent (which appears to be Bunuel's forte) but it was so haphazard that I was left scratching my head when "Fin" arrived suddenly during the card game. What does stick out is that perhaps the original owner of the home was the most sane among the lot after all...and loneliness is the real disease. But so, apparently, is charity, which was thoroughly vomited on in this film. The Spanish (or, more widely, Europeans in general?!) must be pretty sick folk if this was praised. I was left confused and bewildered and only have a few odd and interesting moments to carry forward (the odd-man-out beggar in the dress and the bizarre finishing card game being two examples) but nothing to really recommend this film to anyone I know (or would want to...). Very strange...

Dave J (es) wrote: Thursday, February 11, 2010 (1936) Follow The Fleet No synopsis except to say this is a DANCING MUSICAL, COMEDY. The fifth pairing of the dancing duo of Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers did together and is also another extremely entertaining film especially when dealing with complicated situations played by Fred Astaire and Randolph Scott upon 'shore leave'. This film has a satisfying conclusion too especially during the time when ordinary US citizens can be drafted into combat during WWII. Another entertaining vehicle for the duo of Fred and Ginger. 4/4

Albaab R (kr) wrote: Good coming-of-age story. the movie that made me realise as beautiful as emma watson is...she just can't act. ezra is fantstic. Watch it if you need a teen movie fix or drama film. There's a reveal at the end that ties up the movie...which is disturbing. Recommended watch for light timepass...when you dont want non-sense but dont want oscar-bait serious stuff either. Ezra shines in the film. An excellent story with equally excellent story-telling. recommended watch for a lazy afternoon.