After a band of Indians kill a group of soldiers, Sergeant Hook captures them and their leader Nanches. Among the prisoners is Nanches' son and the boy's white mother captured by them nine ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Paula M (gb) wrote: ah han i did not see it
Martin E (us) wrote: It was not just a pretty good British flick (that I went to see on my 13th birthday party - of course, it was on Saturday - in the cinema with my school mates), but an awesome British comedy legend! Harry Hill and Julie Walters just kick the magic into it and its hilarious with The Magic Numbers "BnB" Number and of course the finale You got The Love (from the Coca Cola choir advert), you should see it when it comes out on DVD!!!! You'll wet your ass laughing right till the very end!!!!!!!!
Jeremy M (us) wrote: This is an excellent movie, and the story of a true hero.
Damini B (es) wrote: What an excellent film. It lays out the bare truth of the reality of soldiers fighting in wars right in front of you. It is like a punch of reality. Even though Dennis follows Sgt. Nathan Harris and his journey from Afghanistan back home, yet somehow the story doesn't feel of just one man in uniform. Dennis' captures the soul of the hellish reality of war and life after that, and the stark difference between the two realities. And this documentary hits you, no matter what country you hail from. You belong to a country that has got soldiers fighting in a war somewhere, then you relate to it, well enough.
Bill T (fr) wrote: A bit of an uneven sequel to the great original. LeBouf and Douglas are fine, and when the script talks about money and greed it gets interesting, but the movie itself is widely uneven, with some genuinely wtf moments.
bill s (gb) wrote: A generic horror movie that should have been bad but not awfull.......get ready for Shrooms II,more boring less filling.
Nicole L (jp) wrote: So much about this was interesting to watch. Not particularly well made, yet still captivating.
Gwalchmei M (mx) wrote: What a movie. It comes off more light hearted then it actually is. By the end of it, I was left really affected. This is a powerful film. Glad I watched the original. Apparently, the remake was no where near as well handled. Check it out if you enjoy suspenseful films. You will not easily forget this one.
Connor S (it) wrote: A good movie that proves Weird Al can hold his own in the movie industry.
Kim A (kr) wrote: Came across this movie on Netflix and I gotta say I really enjoyed it... Loved it
Roberto L (us) wrote: This epic still stands up today. It's a bona fide classic, beautifully filmed in huge, sweeping images and high drama. Though it runs about 3 hours, it doesn't really drag. There are even musical numbers, true to Bollywood custom. I'm convinced that it would have won the Oscar for Best Foreign Film if it hadn't been for Fellini's Nights of Cabiria, which won the award; I don't recognize any of the other nominated films.
Orlok W (kr) wrote: `One cabin too small for two detectives'--A real who done it!!
Andrea R (fr) wrote: A story filled with love and happiness. I honest tearjerker guaranteed to make the manliest of men cry. This story was beyond what I was expect. I actually figured it might be an redo of old yeller or something. This movie really captured the bond that happens between a dog and owner. The dog found him, during a time where he really needed it. The dog was fiercely loyal. The dog was also quite the trouble maker. This story was bit slow which is why I am not giving it five stars. The ending shocked me. It was very moving. I found this in the kid and family section which I guess it is over all appropriate for everyone. Although I wouldn't take children who aren't ready to deal with the topic of death.
Joy E (gb) wrote: Absurd... just absurd...
Ryan C (us) wrote: A different take off of Homer's "The Odyssey," "O Brother, Where Art Thou?" benefits from an appealing cast and the usually strong directing and writing of the Coen brothers. While it charms with its dark humor and accurate depictions of the old south, the cinematography and soundtrack make it much more entertaining.
Andy T (br) wrote: Raging Bull features Martin Scorsese at his finest at the time, and perhaps Robert De Niro's greatest performance on screen, containing complex characters and relationships (with boxing scenes that knockout any in the Rocky franchise) that make it a must-watch for all film fans.