Across the Wide Missouri

Across the Wide Missouri

In the 1830's beaver trapper Flint Mitchell and other white men hunt and trap in the then unnamed territories of Montana and Idaho. Flint marries a Blackfoot woman as a way to gain entrance into her people's rich lands, but finds she means more to him than a ticket to good beaver habitat.

Trapper Flint Mitchell and other mountain men from the Rendezvous join forces to enter virgin trapping territory but must contend with a resentful Blackfoot chief. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Across the Wide Missouri torrent reviews

Frank G (mx) wrote: A lot of suites and problems flying around Tony Stark this time. Yes it is enjoyable albeit a little more depressing than the first 2 from this franchise.

bill s (es) wrote: I guess I'm in the minority with this one but I laughed throughout this flick.

Pamela G (au) wrote: I absolutely love it, one of my fave horror movies.

Dan S (us) wrote: up there with troll 2 as one of the best/worst movies of all time for sure, go rent it with some friends and laugh your asses off.

Rohan F (au) wrote: As with lots of other reviewers here, I saw this late one night about 15 years ago and have never forgotten it. is there any way to get it on dvd? I can't find it anywhere.

John A (mx) wrote: An enjoyable, humanist portrait of the Cheyenne from Ford. This film contains some of the most beautiful shots of Ford's career--some of the sequences seem painterly even. In that sense, the film is a real treat to look at. Widmark's world weary cavalry officer offers the film some complexity, for though the film is about the Cheyenne's trek north to their homeland, Widmark is the central character, narrating the action as we go. A solid final western for the master of them.

Kaleb S (au) wrote: This one was pretty great. Plenty of laughs, and I felt like Randal was similar to myself in all the great ways.

Kyle M (ca) wrote: It may not have the original's quality, but this modern making, loose remake gets almost the same rating by its hilarity and cast. (B+)(Full review coming soon)

Matthew M (br) wrote: One of the more stronger movies from Robert Rodriguez. While the premise of kids as spies sounds so stupid, it does lure you in with fun effects and decent action. It may be very weird and gimmicky, but I found some enjoyment out of it.

Kevin B (fr) wrote: Better than T2, but still not a very good movie. The action was great but most other things were bad. Especially the line delivery by Peter Cullen/Optimus Prime and Sentinel. Grade: C-

Shawn S (us) wrote: While not as well-written or poignant as its predecessor, this still offers an outstanding cast, an entertaining story with lots of action and levity, and excellent visual effects and makeup.