Along the Great Divide
New Federal marshal Len Merrick saves Tim Keith from lynching at the hands of the Roden clan, and hopes to get him to Santa Loma for trial. Vindictive Ned Roden, whose son Ed was killed, still wants personal revenge, and Tim would like to escape before Ned catches up with him again. Can the marshal make it across the desert with Tim and his daughter? Even if he makes it, will justice be served?
- Stars:Kirk Douglas, Virginia Mayo, John Agar, Walter Brennan, Ray Teal, Hugh Sanders, Morris Ankrum, James Anderson, Charles Meredith,
- Director:Raoul Walsh,
- Writer:Walter Doniger (screenplay), Lewis Meltzer (screenplay), Walter Doniger (story)
A U.S. Marshall and two deputies rescue a cattle rustler from a lynch mob led by a local cattle baron convinced that the rustler also killed his son. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Along the Great Divide torrent reviews
(au) wrote: Woah, woah. Elsa Pataky. Never heard of her before this (or maybe I had), but all of a sudden the movie world...and probably the entire universe...revolves around her. A pretty decent actress, but simply incredible to look at. As for the movie, a nice Peruvian road flick. Maybe a bit pretentious, maybe a bit leaning on the beautiful people in the movie too much, but I liked the pacing and the story and the pretty sites (and the film says Hemingway used to live in the small town where they attend a party). The end was going for dramatic and then turned kind of Hollywood, so that's the only real mistake. As nice a watch as it is, it's also fairly superficial so an 8/10 is about as high as it could get with me.
(it) wrote: It's a child movie...
(es) wrote: Made in 2003 and this crap still going on in schools with kids. We just are not progressing at all in this world. pitful
(nl) wrote: Disney's take on Babe...and boy, IT SHOWS.
(br) wrote: WHO TOLD GILBERT GOTTFRIED TO SING?!!!
(fr) wrote: Powerful feminist piece about hierarchy and power. This is the third Zhang Yimou picture I've seen, and it's the only one I actually liked - I suppose because this film was released before he became an international icon, since the 21st century all of his films had large budgets but little soul. Raise the Red Lantern is critical viewing for students of feminism or any fan of Chinese cineman, by far the best one I've ever seen.
(it) wrote: ok film but I thought it was crap without Peter Sellers, I didn't like it, thought it was crap, will not want it on DVD, it starred Peter Sellers, David Niven, Joanna Lumley and Burt Kwouk (Last of the Summer Wine)
(nl) wrote: Natalie Wood is completely stunning - those eyes!!! but really this movie is so weird. She doesn't pull off being that young. She was 27 at the time and she was supposed to be 15 in the early scenes. Its worth a watch - the cast is great, the script is a bit weak because it is heavy-handed melodrama alongside satire. Not a good mix.
(ru) wrote: Having been in war, this is the real deal. Superb.
(mx) wrote: Would rather be raped than sit through this shit again.