Legendary marshal Wyatt Earp, now a weary gunfighter, joins his brothers Morgan and Virgil to pursue their collective fortune in the thriving mining town of Tombstone. But Earp is forced to don a badge again and get help from his notorious pal Doc Holliday when a gang of renegade brigands and rustlers begins terrorizing the town.

After success cleaning up Dodge City, Wyatt Earp moves to Tombstone, Arizona, and wishes to get rich in obscurity. He meets his brothers there, as well as his old friend Doc Holliday. A band of outlaws that call themselves The Cowboys are causing problems in the region with various acts of random violence, and inevitably come into confrontation with Holliday and the Earps, which leads to a shoot-out at the OK Corral. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Scott C (kr) wrote: Informative doc about the influential stop motion genius.

Jordan L (jp) wrote: Intimate, beautiful, well acted story.

Danielle C (fr) wrote: Gud film but more 4 women!

Thomas W (de) wrote: A high-brow concept delivered to the viewer in a low-quality production. Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Undead is supposed to be hilarious but it only turns out to be mildly amusing. The story is not "Hamlet meets a vampire" ... although that is what the title portends ... but it does tell us that Shakespeare knew a vampire and was persuaded by him to write the play Hamlet (based upon the vampire's musings/ravings). See -- high-brow! The story has promise; but it isn't delivered. In this film, we have an off-Broadway production of Hamlet that has been over-edited by the vampires running the show. Perhaps they were trying to cash in on the vampire craze; but if it isn't good or funny nobody is going to watch. Also, vampire movies require blood ... and this film had very little of it (staked vampires also simply turn into a pile of bones). It is all rather hokey-dokey. The cast is relatively unknown although one will see some familiar faces (Ralph Macchio [the original Karate Kid] actually appears in this). As much as I enjoyed the film, Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead, I hoped this could be its eerie brother; but it isn't. It stumbles quite a bit and never achieves anything of value. Too bad so sad.

Krista N (ag) wrote: Watchable, but veryyyyyy fake!!

James H (mx) wrote: Gruesome Italian horror thriller, very unpleasant and rather pointless. The version I saw was dubbed, and that is irritating. It does have a decent production, but too disjointed and nasty.

Rawballs B (ag) wrote: Near to failing, everything was a 'thumbs down' but because Holmes is there, she became as the saving grace of the said movie...

Scream Q (de) wrote: One of the best films ever made! One of my faves!

Alicia B (au) wrote: I just watched this movie again last nite I havent seen and a long time and still love Diana Ross and Bille D Williams good movie.

Robert L (mx) wrote: Everyone should see this movie once if only for its manic-paced cinematography and the cameo by Babe Ruth.

Danny R (ag) wrote: W. S. Anderson's hyper-violent, thrilling action fantasy, about the near future where prisons are run like corporations that must make a profit. Jensen Ames, played superbly by Jason Statham, is a steel worker who was framed with his beloved wife's murder, he is being forced by a sadistic, manipulative female warden named Hennessy, played terrifically by Joan Allen, to race in her prison's notorious 'Death Race,' as a popular mask-wearing, but now dead champion named Frankenstein. This race to the death is broadcast live on the internet, and watched by millions of Americans, and makes big profits the prison. The object of this gladiatorial race is for inmates to brutalize and kill one another with their armored plated, souped-up muscle cars, which have been weaponized with machine guns. Well directed by Anderson, with some truly explosive, adrenaline-pumping action sequences. A gore-soaked kill-fest, that is a hell of a lot of fun. Highly Recommended.

Jason M (br) wrote: One of the best of all time.

Ken W (es) wrote: Great movie, filmed in Portland, Oregon