Engineer Edward Creighton (Dean Jagger) is part of a vast enterprise: stringing a telegraph line across America. When he leads the construction of the Western Union to unite East with West, he hires a Western reformed outlaw and a tenderfoot Eastern surveyor. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Carolyn K (mx) wrote: Gripping. This will keep you on the edge of your seat. That Paris could be in peril is too horrid a notion to entertain and yet it was almost destroyed. The ethical conundrums are compelling weighing family over human patrimony and beauty and truth over falsehood in the interest of a greater good.
Megan C (de) wrote: This movie is sporadic and unorganized. Most of the flim consists of Charlie Sheen complaining about his girlfriend leaving him because he had naked pictures of his ex-girlfriends. Bill Murray is under used and Jason Schwartzman suffers the same fate. If only the film had direction there could have been plot. Instead Charles Swan is full of scenes that are pretty separately but confused and pointless apart.
Mackayla b (it) wrote: Different but good concept
julia r (fr) wrote: i dont like the concept. never tried to see... even i had chances too see a lota times...
Sondre K (jp) wrote: When people are asking about Target audience.. Its the norwegian audience.. Haha, its only we that understand it :)
Joel M (es) wrote: It is no "bullet-shit" that the enthralling independent film "American Gun" does fire major points on the American gun control issue within its intertwining plot. However, it is also no "bullet-shit" that "American Gun" did misfire with one of its story lines. A la "Crash", "American Gun" includes various characters within several story lines that focus on a controversial social issue. What struck me about "Crash" was its creative precision to detail on how the social issue (in 'Crash"- racism) all interconnected. In "American Gun" there are separate situations that are "bullet-proof", but hold no fundamental connective qualities on the gun control issue. Here are my on-target shots of "American Gun": 1) On target: Marcia Gay Harden was mesmerizing as a mother of a fallen youth assailant who murdered several students and teachers in school grounds three years ago. Her story focuses on how she combatively tries to overcome the tragedy , and her challenge to supersede the pain by avidly trying to support her other son. 2) On target: Forest Whitaker's captivating performance as a high school principal who is dealt with the challenge of a youth gun control problem at the school he pilots. In other words, "Run, Forest, Run" before your students run the asylum well-armed. 3) On target: Tony Goldwyn's golden acting duty portraying a police officer who is guilt-ridden that he could not be more proactive in preventing the aforementioned school violence tragedy. 4) On target: Novice Writer-Director Aric Avelino's film-making & screen writing machinery efforts in the School Gun Control and the Grieving Mother/Remorseful Officer story lines. Here are the misfires of "American Gun": 1) Misfire: Donald Sutherland's phlegmatic performance as a gun owner who tries to connect with his alienated granddaughter. 2) Misfire: The aforementioned storyline which had no relevance or impact to the American gun control issue. In other words, it had me gunning for more. OK, that's it! I am a gunner , I mean "goner" with this one! *** Average
Dan G (nl) wrote: Lol, deaf people cant hear! Come on
Ruth T (gb) wrote: The people's stories were fascinating then it got bogged down with science and dragged on......
Zainab A (es) wrote: really good movie and really funny.
Marcus D (us) wrote: weird, wild, stuff- J.C.
Jo H (ca) wrote: I was looking forward to watching this. The overall story was enough to keep me watching. The only criticism I've got is the casting. Keep Scott Eastwood but change the girl! She not only looked too young for him but there was just no real emotion going on. There was not enough build up to the first time they made love. A good story but not put together quite right. Saying that Scott Eastwood is quite good looking and in the real world I'm not sure he would actually be that gentlemanly!! Okay, so change both the characters, re-arrange the movie and direct it differently and we'll have a hit!!! I did like the ending though :)