After serving his county in the Civil War as a skilled sharpshooter, Will Drayton moved West in search of employment using his shooting skills. He ends up with the wrong type of people as a deadly assassin. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
All Hell Broke Loose
After serving his county in the Civil War as a skilled sharpshooter, Will Drayton moved West in search of employment using his shooting skills. He ends up with the wrong type of people as a deadly assassin.
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Robert M (ca) wrote: Absolute crap script, story, acting and quality, the only good thing is Bren Foster and they even don't show him enough.
Taranveer S (de) wrote: Heartbreakingly beautiful... a marvelous piece of cinema :)
Miguel G (nl) wrote: Disappointing despite the knowledge that the film was a labor of love for both Swayze and Niemi
Abdul Y (it) wrote: The best documentary I've ever seen.
Aaron G (jp) wrote: A rare case of the sequel being better than the original.
anca b (jp) wrote: utterly idiotic to me. i am gonna go read the book now.
Will D (jp) wrote: Very shiny, expertly made propaganda.
Todd N (ag) wrote: While I think the plot is oversimplified, the choice to have the protagonist be a character that is seduced by Klu Klux Klan hate is daring and more revealing about the resentments and fears that lead to hate than many more sophisticated stories that only look at it from the outside. It gives us just enough of a look at a father and husband to care about the man, then it takes him down a dark path. The movie is filled with moral tragedy and it has the courage not to have a just but very un-formulaic ending for the time, or even for today.
Trae K (fr) wrote: One of the most underrated and overlooked movies ever made on the face of the planet. Peter Jackson is my favorite director of all time, and he put in a lot of extreme craft, passion, emotion, and spirit into this remake of the 1933 original, which is the movie that had inspired him to be a filmmaker ever since he was a young child. I also don't see what some people have against Jack Black...like, at ALL, because not only did I bought into his character and fully understood his motivations in this film, but he has shown that he is NOT always just a goofy comedian! He gave some excellent dramatic acting chops in here, and I even felt for the guy at times throughout. What are you people complaining about, really?
James D (it) wrote: There is more truth in this movie than most viewers will be able to recognize in this lifetime.A compelling and enjoyable Sci-Fi, with a few universal truths thrown in for good measure.Those that are spiritually aware will know what I am referring to.
Matt L (it) wrote: I think it's impossible for me to review this movie without being incredibly biased. I have been a "Weird Al" fan for over half my life. And ever since I watched this movie it's been one of my top 3 favorite movies of all time. If you're a "Weird Al" fan you're obviously going to like this movie. If you're a fan of his music then you'll also be delighted to find a few songs that he wrote for the movie and even an animated music video spoofing Dire Straights' Money for Nothing. If not, then I guess it's really more left to how well the movie holds up. Since I am so crazy about Al I am going to talk about the performance of the other actors in the movie first.It's about a man named George Newman (Al Yankovic) who can't seem to keep a job and when his uncle Harvey wins a failing TV station in a poker game he gives George the opportunity to manage the station for him. It turns out that George is made for this and grows the station to the point of getting the attention of the biggest station in town who want to take him down.Michael Richards will always be Cosmo Kramer to me but this role is definitely the second thing I think of when I think of him. His performance as Stanley Spadowski is just hilarious. The lovable janitor who becomes the saving grace of the U-62 station is such an enjoyable and well written character. The way Richards interacts with the rest of the cast is just fun to watch. Fun fact: Richards wore a set of fake teeth for the chraracter and was disappointed when he lost them for a scene because they kind of made the character.Fran Dresher as Pamela Finkelstein was.....it was Fran Dresher. That's what I can say about it. Her voice can be annoying and her acting can be a tad phoned in but I'd say in this movie she made it work. She obviously had a connection with the cast and that made her negatives seem less obvious. She was the U-62 anchorwoman and I can honestly say that if her character weren't in the movie it wouldn't change the plot any. But the show would definitely be short a character. There would really be something missing. David Bowe plays Bob, George's best friend and roommate. His chemistry with Al in the movie is just great. Other than that I really can't say much for his acting. He's pretty average. A good and natural actor but just average. I mean it's so average it really doesn't give me much to work with or talk about.That covers the main supporting characters. Now we come to the antagonist, R.J. Fletcher, played by the great Kevin McCarthy. Can this man play a villain or what? He owns the big bad TV station in town, Channel 8 and is ruthless, even to his own son who also works for the company. His goal in the movie is to take down U-62 and turn the site into a parking lot. He's devious. He's despicable. He has no shame in crushing a competitor with everything he's got. Think of a guy seeing a bug on the ground doing nobody no harm and stomping on it with all his might a hundred times long after the bug is dead and then laughing maniacally afterwards. Now you have McCarthy's performance.Victoria Jackson played Terri, George's supporting girlfriend. Terri loves George dearly but feels his imagination is getting in the way of his gainful employment. And due to the old "boyfriend/husband standing up the girlfriend/wife because he had better things to do" cliche she dumps him early on in the movie. But spoiler alert! He gets her back at the end. She really doesn't have any jokes or funny lines in the movie but is a jumping off point for a lot of George's jokes.And now we have Gedde "The Donger" Watanabe who plays Kuni, George's next door neighbor. He is a Karate instructor who runs a dojo next door to George and Bob. His part in the movie could have been so short if not for George using him in U-62's hilarious new game show, Wheel of Fish. Watanabe is great in this part. He's hilarious and had a lot of great lines. He would later use this character again in an episode of The "Weird Al" Show.The part of the roving camera man, Noodles Macintosh, was played by the late, great Billy Barty who had a short part in the movie but he was still unforgettable.Anthony Geary played the U-62 chief engineer, Philo. Philo is the bit of mystery added into the movie. Though he is very open about what he does there, you never really know what he's up to. And I feel Geary did this very well.Now we come to the final actor to talk about. And that is Al Yankovic himself. He plays the main character, George Newman. Yankovic nails his performance in this movie. It's a somewhat complex performance. It's a unique style of comedy with many levels to it. On the surface it appears to be serious acting. But it's the serious acting that makes it funny because of the situations it's thrown into. I have a really hard time describing it but he masters it well. For me, it's also the novelty of seeing my idol on screen in an acting role. Something I don't see nearly often enough. I think he needs to make more movies because even without the rose colored glasses I put on looking at this movie, he still stands up as a great actor and comedian. This is a man I feel can do anything as far as music and Hollywood is concerned.In closing I don't have a lot to say that I haven't already said. UHF is a wonderful movie and a great comedy. If you haven't already seen it I totally recommend it.