In Dakota territory in the 1870s, White Bull, a young Sioux, proves his manhood by catching and training a wild colt he names Tonka. When a cruel cousin claims the horse as the privilege of rank, White Bull lets Tonka go. The horse ends up in the hands of a captain in the US cavalry about the time that Sitting Bull gathers the tribes to confront the growing US presence, epitomized by the bigoted General Custer. All paths, including those of White Bull and Tonka, lead to the confluence of the Little and Big Horn rivers.

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Jorge O (nl) wrote: Good family film... A school girl is the re-encarnated self of king Arthur. Avalon Is a modern Camelot story. Allie Pennington makes new friends once she is transfer to Avalon high to only found out her destiny is to protect and save the world.

Alisha W (de) wrote: This movie was amazing it was so realistic with the blood and gore lol jk it sucks! Please don't watch. The DVD cover looks great but it's misleading

Lindsay M (us) wrote: Prodigiously bearded Alan Moore (the genius behind "Watchmen" and "V for Vendetta") is one of the world's most celebrated comics scribes---and writers, period---but he's a man uncomfortable with celebrity. Yet, when you get him talking, charming Moore has fascinating things to say about sexuality in art, spirituality and those dumb-asses who keep trying to make movies from his work. He also openly calls himself a shaman and worships a snake-deity called Glycon. To hell with Gene Simmons, and Lindsay Lohan's mom: I would gladly sit and watch an entire documentary series about Moore. It'd be interesting even if the writer spent its entire run simply wearing one of his silly velvet coats, drinking tea and shooting the breeze. So, why is DeZ Vylenz's 2003 doc, "The Mindscape of Alan Moore" (just hitting DVD this year) so lame? Blame Vylenz's bizarre editing and insistence on pairing Moore's words with disorienting psychedelic imagery. "TMOAM" skips incoherently between topics---including the author's childhood, writing, belief that all art is, to some extent, magic, and two-week stint working in an abattoir. Ironically, Moore's known for his painstaking plotting and elaborately detailed comic scripts. It's funny that Vylenz has managed to make such an unfocused film about such a deliberate, thorough writer and thinker.By me, The Coast

Adam C (jp) wrote: It's a Taratino crime epic meeting Ikea meeting the Muppet's Swedish Chef. This movies incredibly zany and utterly comical, while being really dark at the same time. Filming yourself while getting it on to Nordic Metal wow, only in Scandinavia. This movie is swede!

Lenora M (es) wrote: I have a soft spot for his movie because I watched it when I was young and in school although I can't say it's my favorite. I do love the beautiful settling.

Scott B (ag) wrote: this movie has plenty of action to satisfy your kung fu appetite with some great training cameos of Li, good large style kung fu fights and a good dash of blood and comedy. Well worthy as a rainy day movie or a late nighter. Li rocks

Adam K (fr) wrote: "Cream that spoils, a flame that burns pure blue? I know the signs!!" This film is so excellent :D

Ryan H (gb) wrote: Fun, fast paced, and full of great action, Mission: Impossible helped cement Tom Cruise as both actor and action star, and is still one of the best spy movies ever made.

Bob M (nl) wrote: The best Star Trek Film of all time

Kate J (jp) wrote: I love cats. I like animated family movies. Not a huge fan of this one. Very little humor, needs a lot more jokes.