An alien scout lands on earth in 1854, searching for water and food. Once it finds what it needs, it will call in an invasion fleet. A lone cowboy must stand against the alien invader or all will be lost. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Alien Showdown: The Day The Old West Stood Still
An alien scout lands on earth in the year 1854. The creature is searching for water and food. Once it finds what it needs, it will call in an invasion fleet. A lone cowboy must stand against the alien invader or all will be lost.
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mike w (es) wrote: 4 yr old g/daughter loved it
Olly H (mx) wrote: experimentell gedrehter horrorthriller der sehr unterhlt wenn sich auf seine verschachtelte erzhlweise einlsst!
Samra M (gb) wrote: Mirch tackles the subject of adultry of women in 4 different stories ... and each of the four scenarios they getaway scot-free (without their men catching them for their sins!!) Interesting premise ... presented in the light, engaging and fun manner ... with some really strong acting from the ensemble ... ! Problem - the pace of the film is uneven, the connecting (fifth) story is lame and the story a little too much for the masses to swallow ...
Julio Csar R (de) wrote: TOCABA UNA DE SERIE B!LO MEJOR: Que es amena e inocua.LO PEOR: Todo lo dems. Desde sus dilogos absurdos hasta sus chistes facilones.
Vikram T (ru) wrote: bhumika chawla..needs to learn how to act.... overrall..the film was a copyof a holly film...and it's boring
Claire M (ru) wrote: I probably have seen this movie a thousand times, no joke. I loved watching this movie as a kid and it still is slightly a guilty pleasure. So cute and love the boys in this
Joey M (es) wrote: This movie is nice...NICE AND FUCKING SHITTY! I would have to say that I would rather watch open water than this pile of shit. It just smells so bad! I haven't even seen the whole thing because I can't fucking stomach sitting through it. Shitty acting + shitty story + shitty directing = a super shit stain of a movie. Apparently in this embarrassment of a sequel Charlie Sheen's character is dead and his brother that we have never heard about has to take over. This translates to: they had a shitty budget and Charles did not have shit for brains, he new this would suck and decided to stay away from it. Missing him made it even worse. It just sucked ass and balls all at once.They thought they slap this together and sell it? Well I guess so, it's so far below mediocre that it makes my head ache. They have an absolutely pointless sex scene that is completely irrelevant to the story. They just wanted pathetic fat ass guys who have never seen breasts anywhere but a screen to tell their friends about the movie so they could sell more copies. The only reason it came into my hands is because I could buy The Arrival cheaper if I bought the sequel, and yet, I STILL FEEL PRETTY CHEATED! I wonder what else I could have done with those two hours of my life?! I could have cured AIDS or Cancer in that amount of time. So if you ever get a chance to see this movie remember, that Cancer and AIDS aren't cured solely because of it. That's right I'm blaming two really shitty diseases on this malignant piece of shit movie. Avoid it at all costs or you'll end up like me, wishing that you did. SCIENCE IT FUCKING SUCKED!
Josh M (kr) wrote: A cliche family trip flick, but loads of fun. Captain Ron gives us a few good laughs. Kurt Russell and Martin Short portray their characters well.
Josh H (au) wrote: It's got an 80s feel to it, and I'm sure I would have liked it more had I seen it in 1992, but now it's a little bit corny. Enjoyably corny, but corny nonetheless.
Rob S (au) wrote: As a sequel to one of the best films of the '70's, The Two Jakes fails to re-capture any of the feel of Chinatown, although it tried real hard. The story was way too convoluted for a two hour film. Some terrible overacting from a couple of key players made it almost laughable at times. Nicholson is good, but it makes sense that this was his last directing credit.
James Y (br) wrote: they think being civilized is enough to save them from mussolini, poor rich bastards...
Greg W (de) wrote: filmed on location this historical pic is good
Frances H (ru) wrote: One of the great classic horse movies--along with The Black Stallion, My Friend Flicka, Seabiscuit, Thunderhead, Hidalgo, and Secretariat. This film is a great family film as well, like other great films of this era--Lassie Come Home and Greyfriars" Bobbie, Watching this movie is a treat I enjoy over and over again. One of my all time favorites.
Isla B (br) wrote: Cried buckets, despite myself.
JC E (ca) wrote: I like Chris Pine (Star Trek Into Darkness). I think he's got charisma and a movie star quality. However, he sometimes picks features that don't let him shine the way he does in 'Star Trek' or even the much-maligned 'This Means War'. This is one of those features. It's probably best that it flew under the radar, despite having Oscar winner Octavia Spencer (Percy Jackson: Sea of Monsters) and multi-nominee John Hawkes (The Sessions) amongst the co-stars. It really just plays out like a soap-opera set in some redneck part of Tennessee. I was looking forward to him singing, since he'll be appearing in 'Into the Woods' next year, but there wasn't much to judge his talent on besides one song and a lot of introspective strumming of his guitar. He shows inklings of talent, but is hamstrung by a sappy, but not entirely unlikeable story.