4 for Texas
Frank Sinatra plays a tough guy who hooks up with fellow rat packer Dean Martin to open a casino in this western.
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Bum D (nl) wrote: has its fair share of alarmists & kooks on board, but even they are right in the basic argument, as the rest of the commentators make disturbingly clear. doesn't quite look far enough ahead for my preference, but ends with a great suggestion in the form of an addition to the UN's Universal Declaration of Human Rights. EVERYBODY needs water, but the era of being able to take it for granted is coming to a close.
alan j (br) wrote: Jacky Wu delivers in this punchfest thinly disguised as a melodrama. The fighting and action work best; the drama not so much. Fairly stereotypical characters well acted keeps this HK film interesting and moves at a decent clip. The main problem is the ending..it simply elicits behavior that is out of character with the main leads (Jacky and Miki) and brings the story to a screeching halt. Watch it for the fights though...fine choreography that will keep you engrossed.
Tim M (de) wrote: Missed the Kung Fu Panda series, but decided to give it a watch when the kids clamored for it. The original was a big hit. It kept everyone entertained. You know a movie is fun when the end comes and they want to watch again. Final Score: 7.5.... Good for all ages despite PG rating!
Isadore H (ag) wrote: Unknown features a typically great performance from Liam Neeson, and some well shot and executed action scenes. I really was able to feel the tension and plight the characters were in. Unfortunately, the plot was a bit messy for me, I had a difficult time following everything coming at me, especially in the final act. Some of the scenarios that was in this also seemed a little far fetched at times, I wasn't sure if they would play out like how they did in real life. In the end though, it's not horrible, and I would recommend to any Neeson fans out there
Matt M (jp) wrote: Not without it's b-movie charm.
Jessica H (ag) wrote: Looks can be deceiving.
Bryan S (au) wrote: Not nearly as bad as people make it out to be. Way better than Mission to Mars that's for sure. Suffers from a simplistic plot and some wooden, stereotypical characters but the premise is solid and the effects were well done. Definitely worth a watch for sci-fi fans.
Rachael B (au) wrote: Funny movie which i found quite heartwarming x
Wellington M (es) wrote: Just awesome. An amazing acting proformance, with a powerful message about gun violence in culturally impoverished America.
Jennifer A (ag) wrote: Exhibit A on why the Punk Western hasn't exploded as a sub-genre. Dudes (1988) - 2.3/10 Director - Penelope Spheeris Starring - Jon Cryer, Daniel Roebuck, Flea, Catherine Stewart, Lee Ving, Ray Sharkey, Marc Rude. Three punks (Jon Cryer, Daniel Roebuck and Flea) leave New York city for a road adventure. They run into a gang of rednecks and Flea is killed so retribution becomes the way of the west. In addition to Flea (Red Hot Chili Peppers) the film co-stars Lee Ving of Fear. Penelope Spheeris definitely had a connection with the 80's punk scene. She made the seminal punk documentary, "The Decline of Western Civilization" in 1981 as well as the no-budget punk drama "Suburbia" in 1983. Considering her connection, and the cult-like success of "Repo Man" this film seemed to have potential. Unfortunately it is terribly written, lacking sharp dialouge and clever zingers of "Repo Man". And let's face it Jon Cryer and Daniel Roebuck are no Emilio Estevez. Did I just say that?!?! And bsides being cleverly written "Repo Man" had the great Harry Dean Stanton. So I guess "Dudes" is exhibit A on why the Punk Western isn't a viable genre!
Connor G (gb) wrote: A fun, cheap movie that somehow didn't suffer much in its production value.
jay n (kr) wrote: Enjoyable short film could have used a more dynamic lead than Shelley Duvall.
Tim H (de) wrote: A young son is caught in the middle when his mother leaves, and his parents get divorced. Heartbreaking and real, this film is note on perfect in capturing the raw emotion an cost involved when families break apart due to divorce. A Classic with outstanding writing, direction, and performances all around.