Marshall Dan Mitchell (Randolph Scott), who is the law in Abilene, has the job of keeping peace between two groups. For a long time, the town had been divided, with the cattlemen and cowboys having one end of town to themselves, while townspeople occupied the other end. Mitchell liked it this way, it made things easier for him, and kept problems from arising between the two factions. However…
- Stars:Randolph Scott, Ann Dvorak, Edgar Buchanan, Rhonda Fleming, Lloyd Bridges, Helen Boyce, Howard Freeman, Richard Hale, Jack Lambert, Hank Patterson, Dick Curtis, Earl Schenck, Eddy Waller,
- Director:Edwin L. Marin,
Sheriff tries to stop homesteader conflicts in the West after the Civil War. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Abilene Town torrent reviews
(fr) wrote: Review:This movie seemed like it was made for TV because it's your typical thriller about a blind lady who has to protect herself against baddies who are looking for diamonds. It was good to see Michael Keaton back on the big screen, but this isn't really a movie that will be that memorable. I was waiting for twists in the storyline, but it just turned out to be a straight forward foodie against baddie type of movie. The whole film was only based around 3 characters so the director didn't have that much to work with as it was all based in the blind girls flat. At the end of the day, it's just a average movie with average performances and plot. Round-Up:The director really should have used Michael Keaton better because he is a great actor who usually pulls out great performances when he is pushed. Monaghan didn't really do a Pacino in Scent of a Woman, as the blind girl, but that's not to say that she didn't do well with an average script. There was loads of times throughout the movie when it could have switched into a whodunit type of film, but the director just kept it plain and simple. I recommend this movie to people who,are into there drama/thriller type of movies about a couple of guys looking for stolen diamonds in a blind girls apartment. 3/10
(us) wrote: AWFUL! Worst film i have ever seen!
(mx) wrote: He's down the back of the couch, guaran-damn-teed.
(nl) wrote: Frank's car is attempted to be robbed. Great start to a great series or franchise. Seatbelt is the third rule of the car. He drives Jack(Clary) a kid home from school. ON one of the days, he picks up the Jack to drop him at a party, he is somewhat caught in a crime spree. Frank is forced into a kidnapping AGAIN. as this time, the son of Jefferson(Modine) are being held. So this time Frank spends the whole movie searching down the culprits. However we later learn that it wasn't a kidnapping. It was actually something to do with Jefferson's Job. So he has been infected with the virus, and the wife Audrey(Valletta) and of course the son. Anyone who breathed the stuff would be infected as its airborne. and as such a search for antiDote ensues.I found this movie to be exceptionally fabulous. However with the movie, thou, the title may need to be researched as the movie didn't deal at all with Frank actually Transporting packages etc., He transported a kid to school and spent the whole film in actually tracking the culprits etc., etc., Statham's acting capabilities much better than the first one. I find that Statham is much better acting alone than say the Expendables series. That belongs to Sylvester Stallone. Like his use of everyday objects as fighting mechanisms like the firehose , etc.,e ttc., And can anyone explain how did Frank get the AntiDote to the conference and to the folks. That wasn't explained.
(gb) wrote: A big fun heist piece fed on nada but actors' charisma and man, there's plenty here to go around. The writing's a little "ehh" and maybe (just maybe!) there's a little too much of a copycat Tarantino vibe, but past that there's some nice time at the movies action here. Courtney Cox. You know how you hear somebody's famous but can't figure out why? That's how me and Courtney go, until this. She didn't annoy the crap outta me for once, and was even sexy in parts. Wow. But its Costner's film, hands down, no contest.
(nl) wrote: I liked it. Bad ass really. Bad acting, some shoddy effects, good shit
(au) wrote: Fabulous!! One of the most atypical Cronenberg films, but also among his finest.
(au) wrote: No stars for this heartless piece of muck.
(br) wrote: You don't realise just how good this film is until you think about months after and you start to feel very strange.
(de) wrote: reel good blaxploitation pic
(it) wrote: Apparently, in the final chapter that was cut from the novel, they turn into crabs and follow a snake down a hole. Why would anyone want to cut that?
(es) wrote: very good movie. makes you think after watching