White Comanche

White Comanche

William Shatner plays two roles: cowboy Johnny Moon and his ruthless Indian twin brother, Notah. Notah likes peyote and gets the crazy idea that he's the Comanche messiah sent to lead the Comanche nation against the white man but more specifically the dusty desert town of Rio Hondo. Moon, estranged from his brother, decides to stop Notah either by words or by bullets.

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Nanping Y (jp) wrote: It talked about exploration of sexuality and loss of sensuality. But I think the value of this documentary was that it had touched upon some of the dark side of the industry through a few first-person accounts. They 'admitted' that they are 'putting their lives on the line' or 'taking risk' because of the factors like drug, std, no protection, etc. And I'm still in shock after knowing 'vicodin' used by some girls on sets is in fact a strong pain killer ... My point is, these women are totally not stupid if they can give deep talk about sensuality , and demand for an 'equal playing field'. They are taking huge risk for something they think important for them, just like everyone else. Judge away.

Jane H (jp) wrote: Good toast Tom! Not as painful as I expected.

Tiffany C (ag) wrote: good rainy day kid show, wyatt liked it~

Sydnie C (it) wrote: i liked this. it was funny and awkward. the ending was fucking perfect.

Frode J (es) wrote: I predicted the ending pretty early, and you don't have to be a rocket scientist to get it. Madsen does an ok job, Busey is as crazy as ever and Meat Loaf does a terrible job as the police chief. That said, that's not the real problem for the movie. It's a decent flick, it is, but it lacks consistency. Its storyline feels random at times and I found myself getting annoyed. With a little more work on the script and the editing, this could have gone down in history as a great one. But it didn't.

David A (kr) wrote: I didn't like this. Occasional funny moments, but the main actor goes to such extremes of macho competition that the movie made me uncomfortable on his behalf. I don't find it entertaining when someone breaks into someone else's house to cheat in a Pine Derby. Thumbs down, way down.

Wendy J (nl) wrote: Used to be my favorite movie.

Dean M (fr) wrote: Very entertaining and lots of funny as the plot is similar to Under Siege. Jackie Chan was perfectly cast as Ryu Saeda, the lecherous and lethal adpated on the Manga / Anime in this live-action film. Despite all this City Hunter still manages to be crammed with action scenes, except of course in this film rather than simply staging a fight in a cinema we have Chan taking guidance from an on-screen Bruce Lee! A Street Fighter sequence where the characters morph in to various game combatants has to be seen to be believed and the end showdown between Chan and Richard Norton, although not one of his best in terms of martial arts technique, is easily his funniest.Add some great characters and for the male viewers, some gorgeous Hong Kong 'babes', and you have 90 minutes of sheer, non-stop FUN!

Caliber W (fr) wrote: Not nearly as bad as people say. It has an interesting story, Sasha Mitchell has always been great in the fight scenes, and the way the bad guy tortures him is interesting.

Jeff H (it) wrote: Streep and MacLaine... say no more. Love it! B-

bill s (nl) wrote: I wish I could have divorced my self from watching this picture.

LaTonya P (us) wrote: RIP???PRINCE??????

Colm M (mx) wrote: I got to see the restored version before anyone wonders! Very interesting as an important piece of cinema history but otherwise very boring and quite annoying. Either this is satire or its a very blatant and primitive apology for the rich. Apparently Utopia is a place were lords rule in finery over surfs who happily do all the back breaking work to keep them in their privileged positions. If you ever wondered how the super rich might rationalize their positions if they are ever pricked by conscience then the notion of Shangri la in Lost Horizon may provide you with an answer. The terribly dated acting doesn't help either. Describing this movie as a classic is just lazy.

Brian B (it) wrote: Four stars hands down! If you like this you will really like The Stepfather!

Andrew L (ru) wrote: Lacklustre comedy that is easily forgettable.

Tommy K (au) wrote: A cross between The Usual Suspects and The Big Lebowski. This one will take a few viewings. Some very hilarious moments. The scene with the pancakes.