In 1869, the United States begins a railroad mail service to the West Coast which proves highly tempting to train robbers, in particular an organized gang with one of the mail's supposed guardians in their pay. Prizefighter Steve Davis, a former army intelligence man, is hired to track down the gang and save the Territorial Mail Service. Steve goes undercover in territorial prison, leans Morse Code from a fellow prisoner, breaks jail, infiltrates the gang...and finds time to romance dance-hall singer Mary, who proves to have hidden depths...
- Stars:Stephen McNally, Alexis Smith, Howard Da Silva, Ed Begley, Dan Riss, Roy Roberts, Armando Silvestre, Whit Bissell, James Arness, Richard Jaeckel, Frankie Darro, Felipe Turich, Richard Egan, Gene Evans, Frank Fenton,
- Director:Reginald Le Borg,
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(ca) wrote: Playing out like The Crow meets I Spit On Your Grave with a Native American twist, Avenged is frenzied, ferocious, and a bloody good revenge story.
(au) wrote: after reading up on Willowbrook Home, randomly, on FB...i need to see this!
(de) wrote: This movie just makes me want to see Chapter 3 that much more. Chapter 1 was epic in it's setup of the storyline and introducing all of the characters. The Last Hope continues with Kanna as a teenager now waging her terrorist war on Friend. With not as much backstory to tell we're engaged with the events of the present and everything that has happened to the world in the 15 years since Chapter 1. I couldn't stop watching this but still felt Chapter 1 was an overall more well told story. That being said, this does introduce some juicy plot points that has me desperately wanting to see the final Chapter. The New Book of Prophecies? Yes please! Still an awesome movie and anyone that has seen Chapter 1 will surely watch this and love it too. Give us Chapter 3 now!!!
(it) wrote: "It's no trouble at all!" -Water, on its way to New Orleans
(ru) wrote: Day: SaturdayDate: 12 May 2007Amt: 70/-Time: 6.30pmOver at: 9.15pmWith: Dad, Mom, Azeem, Shabbir Bhai, Nisreen Ben, Ashraf Bhai, Mariyam Fai, Duraiya Fai.Theatre: New Excelsior, MumbaiSeats: N15 - N24Name: TA RA RUM PUM
(it) wrote: Beautiful and fascinating imagery is marred by irritating chatter and narrative. Otherwise it's good. It is thought provoking.
(br) wrote: A disappointingly mediocre animated Batman film, though compared to most other live action films, it is certainly not terrible.
(kr) wrote: I'll keep this brief because this film is not for everyone. I'll just say that if you're a fan of Takashi Miike, this is a must watch. If not, this probably won't be your cup of tea. For me, it took about an hour into the film to decide if I was actually enjoying it, but as it progressed, I found that it was surprisingly deeper than I had anticipated. So if you started it then turned it off after a half hour, you missed out on a lot. I'll leave by saying that the ending is masterful and ties the film together nicely while leaving some things to ponder. To those worried about the violence and gore: the worst part of it was the violence towards women which was graphic, and for the most part, the most disturbing thing in the film. The rest of the gore is pretty silly (they only worked with a $1.5 million budget and it shows.) Really thought this was a pretty cool film and would watch again down the road.
(it) wrote: Aaaaaw, I forgot about this movie!!! I LOVED THIS MOVIE!!! ;) sooooo sweet!!
(ca) wrote: A fairly underwhelming take on the film noir genre, although it has some quirky touches. Seeing Divine as a mob boss is perhaps the highlight.
(ag) wrote: Some of the most important moments of this film happen in the awful silences between Steve McQueen and Natalie Wood. Their absolute naivete and awkwardness speaks volumes without ever saying a word. Their poignant and controversial story is timeless and should be watched with care and a tender heart.
(jp) wrote: Lamberto (son of Mario) Bava's finest hour. A very weird little film about a woman who keeps a memento of her dead lover in her flat. The (very cute) blind guy downstairs is in love with her but cannot figure out who she's smuggling in to make love to her; he never sees anyone coming or going (but he can here HER coming - if you understand me!)The horrible ex-husband and creepy young daughter add nicely to the mix, wherein you end up not particularly liking any of the characters at all! Features a nifty little twist at the end.
(jp) wrote: Udite udite un bel film nonostante Richard Gere! Britt Marling sceglie ancora una volta bene. Bel thriller in cui nessun personaggio si salva dal punto di vista morale. La Cast muore molto bene...
(gb) wrote: The daughter of a brilliant mathematician must convince her new beau and her domineering sister that she wrote an important mathematical document.We don't care about the proof, the film's main source of conflict; director John Madden knows few in the audience are smart enough to care about theoretical math and physics. So what's left? Proof has to compel us with the interpersonal drama Catherine's relationship with her dead father and her sister and boyfriend who grow to doubt her sanity. But from very early on, we know there's no reason to doubt Catherine, so we're left waiting for the film to catch up to the audience, and thus the film loses its reason to compel us to care about these characters. Gwyneth Paltrow, who conjures her Sylvia character in her depressive moments, occasionally gives us reason to pay attention to Catherine's struggles, but especially when she raises her voice, Catherine, in Paltrow's hands, comes off as annoyingly disinterested and unengaged with manic bouts of petulance. It's hard to like Paltrow, and it's even harder to be interested in Catherine. Overall, I found Proof to be structurally flawed, and the film's star certainly didn't shine.