During the Civil War, Confederate POWs join the Union Army to fight Indians but old animosities between Unionists and Confederates resurface during their fragile alliance against their common enemy the Indians. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Vidal H (de) wrote: Watching this film was like a tug-of-war between enjoyment and agony. Agony won out. It begins rather well...very funny, colorful, ensnaring...then by the second half, it's becomes so melodramatic, repetitive and drawn out that I wanted to strangle myself. The huge amount of storylines also clutter the film signficantly. I'm also not a huge fan of the songs, but they weren't terrible. Otherwise, the direction was pretty good.
Andrea Z (de) wrote: This was okay. Similar to Ghostship. But not as gory. Has Judd Nelson & Lance Hendrickson in it.
Sue B (nl) wrote: A thriller that is all wet.
Matthew C (br) wrote: Stories like this could only happen in the '80s.
Huseyn B (ag) wrote: The film, inspired by the melodrama "The man I love," (1946), Raoul Walsh, is, above all, a declaration of love to New York and the music, but, of course, first of all - jazz. Love story of saxophonist Jimmy Doyle and singer Francine Evans, wishing to become a movie star in Hollywood, unfolds against the background of life itself as a grand spectacle. His overture - the end of World War II, victory celebration, the heyday of jazz, and in the final - has other times, the beginning of the turbulent sixties, when jazz came to replace the rock. Picture of just 34 years of age, Martin Scorsese is imbued, however, undeniable nostalgia for a bygone era. The year before under this director was shot farewell concert of The Band, and later mounted on the remarkable band called "The Last Waltz".However, the "New York, New York" - not a document of bygone time, and a clever pastiche musicals in the spirit of the 40-50's, a kind on music "golden age" of Hollywood. Therefore, participation in the film Liza Minnelli must, of course, to remind of the "high point" of her mother Judy Garland. The title song at the urging of Robert De Niro specially written by John and Fred Ebb Kenderom, author of the famous Broadway musical "Cabaret" was adapted for the screen with Minnelli in the main female role. And De Niro as a saxophonist Jimmy Doyle has once again proved that it is able to play almost any role and in any genre. Perhaps Scorsese picture may be too long, especially in its most complete version, but still musical and dance compensate simplicity of the plot, which would actually stacked with little effort and a half hours of screen time.
Joaquin E (de) wrote: The king of suspense brought us one the most memorable horror film in history. A masterpiece that will never be fade.
Thomas P (nl) wrote: Fresh, and charged with life, this dramedy from the celebrated stage play is given a successful film release.Taut drama, fresh humor, Tandy, Freeman and Ackroyd are perfect as the starchy, driving matriarch, supported by the long suffering chauffeur and her son.Brilliantly nuanced, they keep each other on their toes.The ending could have been given more strength, depth and emotional resonance, but sufficient as given.A powerful play given new life as a movie.4 out of 5 4 of 5
Farah R (br) wrote: It's just too much and all over the place. The lame story with the terrible acting ruins the comedy aspect in the scarce moments when there's any.
Galen J (es) wrote: If he doesn't get that sullen, angry white boy look off of his face...oh right my review-If I had to some it up it would be like the majority if my serious relationships: some of it was fun. The thing that really pisses me off about this film is that in the end most of the things you want to happen surprisingly do happen for this kid, except after a gajillion-hour suspenseful waiting period the actual event is as confusing to watch as his reaction to the whole thing. It's something like: he gets his eye scratched out while simultaneously stabbing this dude's liver perfectly so that he immediately dies. The end.
The Critic (br) wrote: More enjoyable than you'd ever really want to admit, this venture for an over-the-top Martin Lawrence, who has fun with the undemanding material, isn't all that memorable, but there's enough laughs to be had throughout.
Gregg S (nl) wrote: Easily one of the stupidest movies I've ever seen. It's hard to imagine how it could have been worse.