Alias Jesse James

Alias Jesse James

Insurance salesman Milford Farnsworth sells a man a life policy only to discover that the man in question is the outlaw Jesse James. Milford is sent to buy back the policy, but is robbed by Jesse. And when Jesse learns that Milford's boss is on the way out with more cash, he plans to rob him too and have Milford get killed in the robbery while dressed as Jesse, and collect on the policy.

The outlaw T.J. 'Jesse' James tries to kill insurance agent Milford Farnsworth who has been mistaken for him in order to collect on a big policy. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Alias Jesse James torrent reviews

Ranjit B (jp) wrote: in bollywood history never made this type of movie.everything is perfect.

Sarah H (jp) wrote: Oh, this movie was so boring. There was nothing exceptional or interesting about it. I rented it because Mandy Moore is in it, but even that couldn't save this movie for me. Not good...that is really all that needs to be said.

Amanda H (nl) wrote: I really don't know why I sat through this movie in its entirety. Mostly it was because I kept hoping there would be more Martin Landau. This movie begins and ends beautifully thanks to him, but everything in between is mundane and depressing. If I wanted to watch people fight for an hour and a half, I'd go sit at the mall. This is awful.

Sing Chie T (mx) wrote: Took me a few sessions to finish this one

Dave N (mx) wrote: One of my favorite movies

Liselot G (kr) wrote: The meaning this movie gives out, is just amazing. It makes me want to stand up for what i believe in when i'm older. I love Walkout.

Herb P (gb) wrote: Not bad but not as good as the first one.

Luis O (ca) wrote: For such a stupid movie, it was funny.

p b (gb) wrote: No, I didn't like it. It's just silly.

Henry S (ca) wrote: It was just sweet and romantic. A little bit unreal, but it was entertaining.

Michael P (es) wrote: one of the best that can never be made again.

Jenn M (us) wrote: Despite the fact that it was a pro_american war movie yet again, I did enjoy this a lot. It was a story that I've not seen done over an over again and was glad I stayed in on Saturday night to watch it

Jeff B (es) wrote: A pretty good template for master-pupil movies that would come after it, such as "The Karate Kid." Kurosawa shows right from the beginning that he has American sensibilities when it comes to film and other specific styles of his show in this, too.