A group of Mexican revolutionaries murders a town priest and a number of his christian followers. Ten years later, a widow arrives in town intent to take revenge from her husband's killers. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
A Town Called Hell
A group of Mexican revolutionaries murders a town priest and a number of his christian followers. Ten years later, a widow arrives in town intent to take revenge from her husband's killers.
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Jane R (gb) wrote: Enjoyed this movie. The competitive nature of the office was almost off the charts, and the way women treat each other was realistic based on my years in corporate America.
Peter W (nl) wrote: It's Bollywood so yeah the plots convulated, 1st half mostly comedy before all action in the 2nd half.
stephanie (ru) wrote: WELL THIS IS RELY COOL
Olivier L (au) wrote: Gad Elmaleh, fou amoureux d'une Audrey Tautou v (C)nale, se met dans le rouge pour lui montrer l'authenticit (C) de ses sentiments. Une com (C)die sympathique voir pour ce tandem plutt drle ;o)
Paul C (gb) wrote: You're back in Billy Bob's house. He owns this genre. Southern USA. Lisa Blount is the best screen cryer I've ever seen or heard. Wow. Some cute dog scenes. A real feeling of hopelessness for the people trapped in a situation they can't get out of. No other movie like this out there that I've seen. I'm gonna watch this again tonight. See ya.
Steve M (it) wrote: I liked this films story line, the idea of mind travel is interesting. I like stephen balwin characters and the over all action in the movie. The futuristic feel of the surroundings made every scene interesting and not cheesy like some sci-fi flixs. Def worth seeing if you have a chance, one of my favorites
Rick E (nl) wrote: Back around 2001, Billy Bob Thornton wrote, directed, and starred in a film about hillbilly family angst that was promptly shelved until Miramax finally released it on DVD just last month. Although the cast list includes Laura Dern, Diane Ladd, Kelly Preston, Brenda Blethyn, and Andy Griffith there was obviously something about the film that made the studio honchos uncomfortable. That something is that Daddy & Them is a painfully bad film. Billed as a comedy, Daddy & Them is a black comedy at best and woefully unfunny for most of its 90-plus minute running time. If you find the sort of folks who regularly pop up on Jerry Springer hilarious then you?ll probably find this film to be a laugh riot as this dysfunctional redneck family of alcoholics trade insults back and forth and generally do everything in their power to make one another miserable. It?s a migraine film of epic proportions, especially with Dern?s character who spends much of the film screaming at the top of her lungs about imagined infidelities. Thornton?s script does incorporate a bit of heartfelt emotion and his attempts to sugar-coat things a bit turns thick as molasses near the end with an ending that is too pat. However, the film isn?t all bad. The acting is actually pretty stellar. Thornton does fine work as Claude, the patient working-stiff who is a bit too obsessed with his body image. Thornton possesses an on-screen magnetism that draws your attention no matter the role and he is utterly believable here. Dern is ok with what she has to work with but is, unfortunately, saddled with the least likeable character in the film. Ruby is shrill, insecure, and quick to read an accusation into nearly everything Claude says. Preston is appropriately trashy as Ruby?s sister, Rose, who also happens to be Claude?s ex-lover and never misses an opportunity to remind Ruby of that fact. Lane has a few funny moments as Jewel, mother to Ruby and Rose, and a woman who is constantly comparing Claude to all of Ruby?s old boyfriends. Griffith?s role is a real departure as the family patriarch whose disturbing nightmares often include a corn-holing. Singer John Prine is surprisingly good as Claude?s brother, Alvin, easily the most likeable character and the family?s only voice of reason. Quietly observant of all that happens around him, Alvin is ultimately the glue that holds the family together. Jamie Lee Curtis and Ben Affleck show up in hilarious cameos as married lawyers who spend as much time fighting with one another as they do defending their client in court. The DVD extras include a 4 minute behind the scenes featurette that is nothing more than a cast love fest in which they express how wonderful it was to work with one another, a handful of deleted scenes, with or without commentary by Thornton, which are mostly just extended versions of scenes that appeared in the film (the exception is an impressive moment of acting by Jim Varney which ended up on the cutting room floor), feature commentary from Thornton, and a feature titled ?The Return of Carl? which has Thornton reprising his Sling Blade character in a scene with John Prine, Jeff Bailey, and Walt Goggins. With Thornton at the helm and an all-star cast to back him up, Daddy & Them should be a much better film. But, a weak script and too many unlikable characters left this reviewer feeling like this feuding family of poor white trash should have been left at the curb.
Ramin N (au) wrote: Sixthyfor forthysix be m double u.
Alexander C (au) wrote: Could be worthwhile, will see.
Moya W (gb) wrote: Losing Isaiah is the story about making mistakes, it's the story about not giving up and about fighting for what you believe in. Halle Berry showed an extraordinary performance as the role of Khaila and Jessica Lange was incredible as Margaret. It was emotional and thoughtful, although still quite slow and hard to get into. During some scenes it didn't really catch your attention but during others it did. It's definitely worth watching for the performance of Halle Berry though, her acting made the character realistic, credible and truly genuine. Very impressive!
Mary A (nl) wrote: Though the young K.D. Lang is butch and sexy in this, even the intrigue with the librarian and the Arctic scenery can't save this strange and plodding film.
John K (jp) wrote: I saw this film in the 80s when it first came out, and rewatching it now it's still funny, e.g. "It's like putting a shark in charge of a swimming pool!" The first thing that struck me is what great music it has! It does seem a bit dated now, e.g. the old style police cars and phones where you dial by moving a circle around (rather than pressing buttons). Also, nowadays the whole plot could be sorted out by using a mobile phone to find someone and then asking them to email you a copy of the speech. Still, those aren't plotholes, because those options weren't available to the characters at the time, and it's well crafted to show how quickly things can fall apart. The cast are superb; most of them aren't/weren't celebrities, but I do recognise them from other roles (e.g. Miss Marple).
Kandis A (it) wrote: One of my favorite movies as a child!!!!
Edward W (au) wrote: Entertaining WWII romance - action/adventure that holds up well over the years.
Dieguchi D (ag) wrote: Una de las mejores historias de venganza que vi...
Diego D (es) wrote: Robert Deniro is top Cool. Super expressive with few gestures. It's a must. Everybody I know who's seen it likes it very much. Except my sister, who didn't understand it and would rather watch Zac Efron DJ happy party instead. But its really cool and one of the best actings i've ever seen.
James W (gb) wrote: A lot of films like this start off with action and explosions, then they start to die out after and become boring filled with boring dialogue and one too many office based scenes that don't propel the story, examples are Rendition and Body Of Lies plus more, but Traitor is an exception, the action stays solid and full on explosive from start to finish, and it's necessary action. Don Cheadle heads an all star cast in one of the most gripping thrillers I've ever seen, where the shadowy world of intelligence and operatives intrigues you to find out the truth behind the motives of the many exciting characters featured in Traitor.