A Big Hand for the Little Lady

A Big Hand for the Little Lady

A naive traveler in Laredo gets involved in a poker game between the richest men in the area, jeopardizing all the money he has saved for the purpose of settling with his wife and child in San Antonio.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:95 minutes
  • Release:1966
  • Language:English
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:hotel,   revenge,   texas,  

Comedy western in which a traveler bets more money than he can afford in a poker game, and unusual events follow. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


A Big Hand for the Little Lady torrent reviews

Charles S (ag) wrote: Over-cast for the script. Keke totally reminds me of Lawrence Fishburne. VERY GORY, but not in a violent way, the guy is a crime scene cleaner.

Carlton R (kr) wrote: Great monster movie,fun to watch, really enjoyed it,shame they didnt find the mother and save more people, though

Chris C (mx) wrote: Though this installment is chronologically inaccurate, Home Alone 4 is one of the better sequels of the franchise, delving into new ideas with a twist to anchor its solid, entertaining narrative.

Allison K (es) wrote: In all of its crudeness and absurdity, I was wildly entertained. This has rarely been my kind of humor, and I never thought I would end up seeing this movie. It is definitely not intended for the weak of heart and the easily offended. I really enjoyed it, which is a little beyond comprehension for me. It pokes at clichs on occasion, which was not exactly my favorite part of the movie, but the perverseness was very well played and, quite frankly, was the best part. Good work, American Pie.

Matthew B (br) wrote: Wow... everything I imagined it would be. Troma fans this is a must see. Everyone else stay away.... far far away.

Jordan K (de) wrote: As a critic, my goal is to be honest, be it brutally or truthfully. Most of my friends and colleagues praise Fantasia for its beauty and realism, for its soundtrack animation tie in, etc. I found Fantasia to be incredibly boring, aged, and slow paced, not having a real story and having most of its animation sequences unamusingly long.Fantasia has no real plotline. The concept is classical music pieces by Beethoven or Bach set to animation, or as our only talking character in the film, our conductor, calls it "what you may experience in your mind sitting in an opera house". Most of these pieces and animations are based on tales and some on real events, some with impressive animation for its time and some feeling forced. Nonetheless, Fantasia failed to amuse me. Even if it is considered one of the great animated films, it hasn't aged well at all. Even with impressively done colors soaring by in every scene, the slow pace is distracting and the sequences feel overly long. There is no story and little to no dialogue. Normally I don't mind little dialogue. Silent films can prove dialogue can be prevented and a film can be compelling and have a legitimate story. Fantasia just feels very personal in the eyes of Disney. He considered it his best work in his years of animating but it's a movie you either love or hate. The eyes that see it as a cinematic great are targetted closely. Its target audience following Snow White especially is complex. If it failed to amuse me then how would kids enjoy it? 60 years after the original, Fantasia 2000 was made not just to cash in on celebrity cameos but in a sense to recognize it is a family company, not just in the eyes of Walt, and make a sequel to appeal more to kids.

Kyle F (it) wrote: Outstanding on every level!

Junaid A (mx) wrote: Nice to watch Jackie Chan in action

Roy C (au) wrote: Detective and cult leader are half-siblings descended from aliens who seeded Earth with Christianity, the latter desiring his brother to fuck a vag in his chest.

Greg D (ca) wrote: Unquestionably entertaining with some over the top dialogue, violence (why castration, why?!?), and humor, Blaxploitation star Pam Grier uses her sex appeal and street smarts to take down a drug and prostitution ring led by a black female antagonist who employs the service of 3 white men. After Foxy Brown's man is murdered, revenge fuels her system. It is her against the ring, and no one is going to stop her. But, of course, this ridiculous idea for a blaxploitation film is not the most intelligent work. Made in 1974, it is a film that could easily fit into the simple-mindedness that most films made today incur. Because Pam Grier, the black iconic star, is the protagonist heroine in it though, the film gets a slight pass.

Greg W (ru) wrote: good gangster mixed with caper/heist pics

Rob S (gb) wrote: Rod Steiger is absolutely remarkable in his portrayal of a Holocaust survivor who blearily lets each day go by running a pawnshop in New York. Some really great shots in beautiful black and white. Not an easy watch, but well worth it!

Scott R (fr) wrote: A feel good story telling the game changing history of football at Notre Dame, and the legacy of Knute Rockne. Reagan has a small appearance as the gipper.

Josh E (kr) wrote: A laugh-a-minute comedy starring 2 of Hollywood's classic and most endearing movie stars. It's so silly and hilarious and so much fun to watch.

Michael G (nl) wrote: This movie tries to fulfill the fantasy of the older generation teaching some young punks a brutal lesson. Unfortunately while there are a few good performances, the plot is a letdown. The major flaw is the character of the detective's daughter, who is so nave that you want to slap her, and if she had simply told her mother about the events she witnessed, then those involved would have been arrested and the rest of the film would be unnecessary. Instead she is too embarrassed to tell her mother, or the police, but has no problem filling in the details to a perfect stranger. The film ends with a shootout at the local hospital, which ruins the credibility of the film to that point. The lesson of the story seems to be that there used to be honour amongst thieves/gangsters, but not today's gangs, and the police are impotent. I don't know if that is true, but while they left open the possibility of a sequel, I wouldn't hold your breath.