Report reaches the US cavalry that the Apache leader Ulzana has left his reservation with a band of followers. A compassionate young officer, Lieutenant DeBuin, is given a small company to find him and bring him back; accompanying the troop is McIntosh, an experienced scout, and Ke-Ni-Tay, an Apache guide. Ulzana massacres, rapes and loots across the countryside; and as DeBuin encounters the remains of his victims, he is compelled to learn from McIntosh and to confront his own naivity and hidden prejudices.
- Stars:Burt Lancaster, Bruce Davison, Jorge Luke, Richard Jaeckel, Joaquín Martínez, Lloyd Bochner, Karl Swenson, Douglass Watson, Dran Hamilton, John Pearce, Gladys Holland, Margaret Fairchild, Aimée Eccles, Richard Bull, Otto Reichow,
- Director:Robert Aldrich,
- Writer:Alan Sharp
After fierce war chief Ulzana and a small war party jump the reservation bent on murder and terror, an inexperienced young lieutenant is assigned to track him down. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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(ag) wrote: Without exaggeration the worst movie I've ever seen. The premise sounded like it had some potential. But the premise became watered-down and meaningless. Waiting for a moment that never came, the time ran out and there was still nothing there... no excitement, no suspense, no empathy or concern for the characters, no twists and turns... it just kind of 'laid there'. I hope someone remakes this into a fabulous film... but alas...
(nl) wrote: As it's the third and final act of the DP trilogy preceded with the two previous entries, it follows a general formula that a trilogy's final act usually follows when going full power, which usually resulted to be the best of the three, and this Pokmon trilogy of the DP series succeeded that attempt with what they do best to bring enjoyment and playing the right cards when doing so. (A-)(Full review coming soon)
(ag) wrote: It was disappointing and weird, but if you like British dramas then check it out anyway.
(nl) wrote: Although at times the viewer is left wondered whether this indeed is a feature film or just an advert for the Liguria/Genova/Italy tourism board, it is just about deep enough to keep the hold until the end. The beautiful scenery and the back drop offered by the city of Genova in the summer is matched by strong performances by Colin Firth, Hope Davies and Willa Holland. Surprisingly, it is the direction of Michael Winterbottom that fails to make the most of it. Genova looks beautiful as a movie, but it does so despite Winterbottom, not thanks to him. Grief is personal, no two people experience it the same. Even if they are grieving for the same person. Nowhere is this more clear than in the way the three main characters in Genova look for acceptance and continuation. One (Kelly, the eldest daughter, played by Holland) looks for acceptance and love from her peers, the other (the dad, Firth) looks to recapture his youth, while a third (the youngest daughter, Davies) is gutted by grief and guilt and reinvents the dead person in a desperate effort to use her to feel better. Some have described this as a supernatural movie. They miss the movie's point completely. It is not the supernatural that makes an appearance here, there are no ghosts on the streets of Genova. It is the psyche that creates the imagery, the human brain which animates the apparitions. To Winterbottom's (only) credit, he finds a clever allegory in the narrow streets of Genova. They are notoriously tapered and hard to navigate ? one easily loses their way trying to get from A to B. Just as the two girls keep getting lost on the narrow streets of Genova, they get lost in their feelings as they explore a way out of their pain. For one of them, their mum still roams the backwaters of their mind, just as she appears on the streets of the city. Genova is worth watching for the journey. Do not expect to arrive anywhere, as Winterbottom does not offer a conclusion. Sit back and enjoy the scenery. It works even if you haven't lost anybody recently. Who knows, it might prepare you for it.
(nl) wrote: An unusual hybrid of satire and political thriller with romantic touches, Man of the Year did have a promising premise and at its best it proves both biting and engaging; however, in attempting to cast such an intricate web of genres into one it fails to be successful in any field, transforming into a slightly over-ambitious muddle which leaves an insipid taste.
(au) wrote: A beautiful, funny, realistic-to-a-fault indie movie from the Philippines, portraying the life of a young gay boy and his adventures around the neighborhood. Very pleasant, funny and sweet, and a window to a world I personally was not very familiar with. Excellent performances and direction, despite bad sound and lacking soundtrack.A film infused with the harsh reality of what it's like to be in the group of people who were not blessed with everything but still manage to make a lot out of what they have. It could have been much better, and more tightly woven together, but it's still quite nice.
(nl) wrote: This was seriously crap and nearly put me to sleep on numerous occasions, even within the first 5 mins... It was really camp? stupid? and totally did not make sense... The only reason I watched it was for charlene, and she spent more than half the movie as an ugly imp! In the end, since I had paid for the dvd, had to watch it all the way through. Nearly rated it as a '0' star rating.. but not sure if I'm allowed to. Oh well, at least there were *glimpses* of charlene towards the end...
(nl) wrote: As usual Bruce is at his best!
(gb) wrote: Here's another film rating.
(mx) wrote: Definately not Uma's best role. This movie is about Uma with very very big thumbs...now you tell me..how interesting could it be !
(nl) wrote: i am a fan of the karate kids i just wanna watch it
(jp) wrote: I real shit sandwich of a movie. George Hamilton must have a cock like a jack hammer to have gotten in the movies as his acting is the worst I've ever seen. EVER SEEN. On top of that, every other aspect of it, from direction to soundtrack sucks ass to. AVOID!VIVA KNIEVEL gets 2 stars, as it's like a TV movie, but Evel plays himself and is 1000X better then George Hamilton.
(ru) wrote: Long, boring, difficult to sit through.
(ag) wrote: CURTAINS ended up being a total disappointment....i have always wanted to see this and HEY - it has THE MAN John Vernon in it. Well John Vernon is fucking fantastic in this but he can't help the rest of this flick. The women in this are absolute mutts so nudity can't help it much. The kills all suck except the well known "ice rink" sickle kill. The soundtrack is excellent though (done by the same guy that did PROM NIGHT) and the end has a nice unexpected twist. In the end - CURTAINS on a whole misses the mark bigtime.
(br) wrote: Rather unique, quirky, dated. It was worth my time.
(ca) wrote: Bond is up against an eco terrorist who likes to hold countries for ransom over their water supply. Being Bond he kills everybody and bags a couple of shags to go with it.Instant action and a fast pacing storyline seperate this from Casino Royale but unfortunately, its not as good.
(au) wrote: I was hoping for more gambling, but it's really just about illegally earned money and bribes. JT isn't all that great, Affleck was so-so, but at least Gemma Arterton was hot. Quite boring really. Watch "Blow" or "Catch Me If You Can" instead. Watched on Netflix at home, January 18, 2015.
(es) wrote: As Hollywood continues to ride the nostalgia wave, Everybody's favourite blue-creature cartoon is back. Created by Belgian comic artist Peyo (Pierre Culliford) in 1958, these intrinsically likeable and happy gnome-esque characters were later adapted for television and made their mark mostly on the kids of the 80's, and were until now but a memory for generation X.With their appeal a blend of silliness and innocence, Columbia pictures saw genius in resurrecting the blue icons, bringing them back but this time to the big screen, in live-action 3D and in New York City.When the evil wizard Gargamel (Hank Azaria) finally discovers out how to break through the magical barrier protecting the quaint mushroom housed Smurf village, the unnecessarily cruel villain chases the overtly happy single family tiny blue creatures into the woods. As the 99 Smurf's flee and scatter, a small group of six chase after the aptly named Clumsy as he stumbles into the forbidden grotto. Tumbling through a portal from their magical world of rainbows, sunshine and waterfalls into our modern world of sky scrappers, cars and technology the Smurfs are "oh my smurf" out of their depth.Using their cutesy whiles and hijacking the help of humans, a newly promoted advertising executive Patrick (Neil Patrick Harris, Doggie Howser MD) and his expectant wife Grace (Jayma Mays), Papa, Grouchy, Brainy, Gutsy, Clumsy and Smurfette form a plan to return home. Being only three apples tall in the Big Apple is a deadly recipe for apple sauce. With the hopping-mad Gargamel and his crazy tabby cat assistant Azrael hot on their heel's and trying to steal their magical blue essence for his own nefarious deeds, the smurfs must sing a happy song to survive the big city.A wonderfully innocent and old-fashioned family cartoon, the Smurf's is a hybrid of nostalgia and cutting-edge live-action animation. Similarly to that of Garfield and Scooby-Doo this movie wants to show affection for the classic, whilst also poking fun. Appealing to children through mischief and mayhem, the nonstop barrage of puns, colourful adaptation of smurfism's and the catchy "la la la" happy song choruses is enough to drive adults potty. As the smurfection of blue cutedom reached smurific levels, parents patience become dreadfully thin to the point of being smurfed up and ready to "get smurfing" but hey "Smurf Happens". The Filmmakers so impressed with their choice of wit, utilised the later for the movies URL.Presented with the wonderful voices of Alan Cumming, Katy Perry, Fred Armisen, Anton Yelchin, Jonathan Winters and George Lopez, The individually recognisable characters each named and defined by their behaviours and traits (similarly to the seven dwarfs). The Verdict: Technically more impressive than other 3D films of its ilk and emotionally more impressive with its themes about family and believing in yourself, Parents will be lining up to take a rousing trip back in time to answer the puzzling question; how many female Smurf's where there really? You may need to wait for the 2013 sequel.Published: The Queanbeyan AgeDate of Publication: 16/09/2011