Alvarez Kelly

Alvarez Kelly

A suave Mexican cattleman inadvertently gets involved in the Civil War.

In this Civil War actioner, Alvarez Kelly is captured by a Confederate officer while transporting a herd of cattle to the Union forces. Threatened with execution without cooperating, Kelly teaches the rebel troops how to drive cattle in order to transport the herd below the Mason-Dixon line. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Alvarez Kelly torrent reviews

Frank M (kr) wrote: Depressing, stark, troubled, but I liked it. A great cast. You can tell it's going to go bad from the beginning, you want it to work out, yet it still goes bad. Wild partying reminiscences, but never that much or that dark. "I'm making a salad," is the line of the movie. Good, Dark, leaves you thinking about it afterword.

max b (es) wrote: Nice romantic comedy, the story is a bit simple and gets boring by moments, but the chemistry between the two leading roles (Kunis-Timberlake) can save those moments. There are better choice, but this is an ok comedy and anybody would like to imagine himself in a relation with the beautiful Mila Kunis

Kevin M (nl) wrote: So I made the mistake of watching this in sobriety, and now I'm having recurring nightmares of David Carradine in drag, tormenting me with his fat husband and mute cannibal kid. Damn you, TCM, for playing "Sonny Boy".

Alex K (nl) wrote: My Favorite Comedy Film Is 1933's Duck Soup.

brendan n (es) wrote: i enjoyed this film and loved the over the top action that jet li brings to the majority of he's films. the action is in a frenzy and it never lets up for a second. the film may not focus on the story but when the action is this good who really cares. one of li's better films this never lets you go for a second

Scott H (gb) wrote: Pretty much a perfect movie. Every scene progresses its plot in some way and the characters are developed in an efficient way. It's funny, suspenseful and overall wraps things up beautifully.

Walter M (nl) wrote: In "Columbus Circle," Hilary Lonnigan(Bette Beatrice) is dead, having apparently fallen down a flight of stairs in her luxury apartment. Except New York City Police Detective Frank Giardello(Giovanni Ribisi) isn't so sure, suspecting foul play. However, he finds no help either way from her neighbor Abigail Clayton(Selma Blair) who only interacts with Klandermann(Kevin Pollak, who wrote the script with director George Gallo), the friendly concierge, in the building. Abigail has also had her eye on the other apartment for quite a while and is therefore distressed when Lillian(Amy Smart) and Charles(Jason Lee) take possession of it. "Columbus Circle" is so old school that it actually has an opening title sequence and a character who writes letters while reminding me greatly of classic psychological thrillers starring Olivia de Havilland. As far as the present day goes, Selma Blair is a pretty good replacement with her side long glances while Giovanni Ribisi proves that he can play a normal character(who probably still has some literal skeletons in his closet) for a change. But with any lazy homage to old movies, the story turns out to be very predictable with more than its share of plot holes.(Who cleans Abigail's apartment, by the way?) While I agree there is no such thing as a criminal mastermind, it would be nice to see some professional pride from a movie's villains. So, as you can see, there is a lot of sludge to get through before the movie's dandy kicker of an ending.

Erin W (mx) wrote: I really like Katy's music, and I never really did until I saw this, but Katy is a very inspiring person!Katy Perry: How was the concert, Grandma? Ann Hudson: Loud!

Bill T (au) wrote: Almost underrated and underappreciated nowadays compared to other horror movies. This often hilarious movie, about, yes, a killer doll named Chucky, is equal parts scary and equal parts original.