$100,000 for Ringo
A stranger rides into Rainbow Valley where he's mistaken for a former resident who was believed killed in the Civil War and soon finds himself in opposition to local boss Tom Cherry, who seeks to find $100,000 stashed away by a Mexican general.
- Stars:Richard Harrison, Fernando Sancho, Luis Induni, Massimo Serato, Gérard Tichy, Eleonora Bianchi, Loris Loddi, Guido Lollobrigida, Mónica Randall, Michel Montfort, Francisco Sanz, Tomás Torres, Rafael Albaicín, César Ojinaga, Frank Oliveras,
- Country:Spain, Italy
- Director:Alberto De Martino,
- Writer:Alfonso Balcázar (screenplay), Alfonso Balcázar (story), Alberto De Martino (screenplay), Alberto De Martino (story), Vincenzo Flamini (screenplay), V
A stranger named Lee Barton rides into the western town of Rainbow Valley where he's mistaken for a former resident named Ward Cluster who was believed killed in the Civil War. Cluster's ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
$100,000 for Ringo torrent reviews
(gb) wrote: Anything with Denzel is a winner. Good movie.
(de) wrote: A very well made flick.... And brilliant cinematography. Abhishek, Mithun and R. Madhavan all give stunning performances. Aishwarya Rai too has done a good but not a great job. However the climax ain't much like a Mani Ratnam movie.
(ag) wrote: This is exactly what I needed to watch right now: a geologist caught between the ideals of a uranium-mining company that he works for and the traditions and beliefs of a native Australian group who lay claim to the land where the Miners are working on. Although a concoction of Herzog's endless imagaination, this film proves true on many levels. It brims with fascinating knowledge (whether real or not) and boundless wisdom, and the barrenness of the Australian desert is presented in equally beautiful and grim ways. On an end note, Bruce Spence plays the lead role well and I couldn't help thinking he's a doppelganger for Stephen Merchant from Extras. You'll notice him too from Mad Max.
(gb) wrote: So I've finally seen Enter the Dragon and it was well worth the wait. I know very little about Kung-fu or martial arts in general but I have nothing against the genres, I just haven't seen many of the films. Is this the greatest martial arts film of all time? I think you'd probably see more martial arts in most other films of the genres, I was actually surprised by the lack of fighting but what I was also surprised by, pleasantly that is, was how close to the 70's exploitation films it was. I love the 70's and this film has the 70's written all over it, I think that is why I instantly love it
(br) wrote: This film is one of those sort of movies that's a guilty pleasure for me.This Spanish horror movie is very much in the style of the classic Hammer Horror movies- especially with Christopher Lee and Peter Cushing starring in it. The blood application even echos the Hammer Horror films in how they look painted onto the skin.As much as I enjoy watching Lee and Cushing acting together, I have to say that Alberto de Mendoza really steals the show as the Rasputin-like monk who advises the Count and Countess. Since the movie takes place prior to the Russian Revolution, that adds to the Rasputin type character. de Mendoza was superb in his role. Telly Savalas was also great as the Cossack commander.This was a really low budget film- so low that the monster consisted of pretty much just a face and arm portion. The gore is pretty limited too and slightly laughable.In fact, most of this movie is laughable- which is part of why it's a guilty pleasure for me. It's one of those few movies that I would watch more than once without rating it higher than a three star rating.
(jp) wrote: One of my favorite Bogart/Bacall films.
(kr) wrote: A quite funny spy spoof film, Rowan Atkinson plays a good part, Silly in places but worth watching.
(ag) wrote: An all-too-familiar story, with nothing innovative going on. It's a tad slow, also, so it feels overly long.It can't be said that it's bad, but it isn't even close to be a good film.
(fr) wrote: Moonrise Kingdom is a whimsical film. It is about a pair of young lovers flee their New England town. Bruce Willis and Tilda Swinton give fantastic performances. The script is good but a little slow in places. Wes Anderson did a great job directing this movie. I enjoyed watching this motion picture because of the adventure. Moonrise Kingdom is a must see.
(gb) wrote: I watched this one through "Mystery Science Theater" once and Wow! am I glad I had those guys making fun of it the whole time. Otherwise it would have been unbearable. So the movie itself gets very low scores.
(br) wrote: Loved it! Jamie Campbell Bower rocks as Jase!