A Long Ride from Hell

A Long Ride from Hell

Mike Sturges and his younger brother, Roy, are sentenced to Yuma Penitentiary on a trumped-up train robbery charge. Both endure cruel treatment before Mike escapes to extract revenge on their enemies.

Mike Sturges and his younger brother, Roy, are sentenced to Yuma Penitentiary on a trumped-up train robbery charge. Both endure cruel treatment before Mike escapes to extract revenge on their enemies. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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james b (ca) wrote: terrible, worst film ever made

Hayley K (fr) wrote: I loved it! Not only was it a great movie but a fun experience--when I went it was a room full of women who clapped and oooed and awwwed at all the same things. Also, most of the girls we saw dressed up. I realized that SatC is to girls what Star Wars is to geeks. Also, I was surprised by how long the film was but I'm not complaining it was fabulous from start to finish--everything I had hoped for and more.

Luke B (jp) wrote: This is dumber than the one with the fucking alien dinosaurs. This was a stupid idea and sums up the money grabbing, quality decline of this franchise. The only decent part was hearing Michael Clarke Duncan. The animation is alright, the songs are boring, the story is stupid and all we are left with is an OK story of a single parent meeting someone new. Overall, this is one repetitive piece of nonsense you can avoid.

Nancy V (de) wrote: Almost painfully predictable, but cute.

Roger M (br) wrote: Best of luck finding it, but it is a good one.

Juli N (br) wrote: 80's Punk Funk Cinema with a "tude"!

Dave W (br) wrote: I really don't know why The Klansman isn't more widely recognized. It is an action film with just enough social commentary. It kind of gets me that movies like Inglorious Basterds and American History X get academy award talk while balls-filled movies like The Klansman are forgotten. It starts slow, survives decent sound with adequate acting, great locations and striking costumes. Then it ends with SPOILER ALERT: Lee Marvin, O.J. Simpson and others in a post-sunset fully automatic shootout with the local Klavern.

Millo T (br) wrote: Comedy with not enough fun. If Sharon Tate had appeared more often, probably the punctuaction would be higher XD

Zaar D (fr) wrote: when something goes bad to they yell "broken quarrel?"

Jennifer B (ag) wrote: This was a good film but Eric Roberts gave a performance that was a bit over acted. I think that if he didn't have to worry about putting on that accent it might have come across better.

Andrew M (ru) wrote: We're the Millers is a good comedy film about a fake family. The plot of the movie is brilliant. Jason Sudeikis and Jennifer Aniston make a perfect fake husband and wife. I would suggest this movie.

Nicola R (br) wrote: stupid fucking film. Half a star for the two main characters acting/connection.