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Ambush at Cimarron Pass

In 1867, a Yankee patrol joins forces with a group of ex-Confederate soldiers in order to cross Apache territory and reach the nearest fort.

The survivors of an Army patrol ambushed by Indians hook up with a group of cowboys who have also been attacked, and together they try to get to safety at the fort. Unfortunately for them, ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Nathan F (kr) wrote: A film that is full of heart and should not be missed

Leena L (mx) wrote: Gorgeously beautiful, the setting, the scenery, even the people and their stories, however sad they are in their relationships, forced, forbidden and found. A very unexpected twist and turn towards the end and a lot of Tilda Swinton's nipples while waiting for it. Not bad, had to fast forward a bit though....

Sam C (it) wrote: Shockingly bad for a Jackie Chan film, it still has an incredible set piece involving a rushed rendez-vous arrangement, a speed camera, and a road block. It's worth watching about half of it, then it fades into some pretty poor territory.

Aileen S (br) wrote: A little bit exploitative but the cinematography is beautiful. Editing is top notch.

Joshua L (ca) wrote: good, not great but great performance

sitenoise (br) wrote: Beautiful with a hypnotic, gorgeous, lilting soundtrack. The love story is lovely, the yakusa/suicide bits not. I'd popped this in the player several times over the years but never got interested by the first 15 minutes or so. Once he meets the girl,the film melts into a beautiful meditation. Asano is fabulous, as are the Boonyasak sisters. Something else I found interesting (purposefully, or not) is that the English subtitles were in broken ESL style English--given that Asano is a Japanese in Thailand and that the girl is Thai, studying Japanese, about to move to Japan. It's unfortunate the film starts off poorly, even annoying with the ridiculous doorbell, because this is one of those films that sweeps everything together into one of the best endings imaginable. It's great because it's ambiguous and open to both incredibly sad or happy interpretation. The more I think about this film, the more it echoes.

Blake P (fr) wrote: There are some adaptations of great literature that are a cut above the book, or a notch below, but there never seems to be a middle in which they match almost every direction. Though long forgotten as both a movie and a novel, "Snow Falling on Cedars" is a surprisingly flawless reconfiguration of the source material. It captures the very essence and mood of what the author, David Guterson, portrayed so clearly in his work. Although it may be a tedious film for casual viewers, for the individuals who took the time to read the novel, it makes for an adaptation worth savoring. Taking place on isolated, Washingtonian island San Piedro during heavy winter in 1950, the film revolves around a murder trial. The accused is Kazuo Miyamoto (Rick Yune), a young Japanese man; the victim is Carl Heine (Eric Thal), a German fisherman whose death rings mysteriously to the townspeople around him. Unfortunately, San Pierdo, still suffers from extremely racist tendencies due to WWII, which causes Kazuo's chances of running free very slim. Simultaneously, "Snow Falling on Cedars" dives into the parallel story of Kazuo's wife, Hatsue's (Youki Kudoh) past love affair with local Ishmael Chambers (Ethan Hawke), who still longs for her despite years of separation and Hatsue's long-lasting union to Kazuo. The love between them at one time was strong, but the segregation of their community ripped them apart, reminding us, yet again, that the trial itself may not end so happily. There no doubt that if you haven't read "Snow Falling on Cedars," watching the film is going to be like watching paint dry. Not only can it be confusing, but there is so much happening at once that it can be a bit challenging to take it all in. But the novel itself is exactly how the movie is portrayed - filled with jumping flashbacks and differing plot lines, heavy atmosphere, and an overall feeling of immense dramatic tension that gives every scene a sense of intriguing beauty. The film captures every little bit of the novel, with very few changes in store (despite Kabuo's name being swapped for Kazuo, which doesn't make much sense anyway). Guterson's work is thick with description, taking us to the island of San Piedro and letting us bathe in the dank weather that plagues it. Rather than being flat, "Snow Falling on Cedars" (the film) is shot with sumptuous and intricate cinematography that mirrors the luscious richness that originally was thought out. One of the most intriguing ideas presented in the novel is how disgustingly prejudice society was during the 1950s. Though the war was long over, the disdain for the Japanese was still in store, which is a detail most people in the modern world forget about. On paper, the side story of Ishmael and Hatsue's relationship seems like a filler, but in actuality, it compliments the trial - the two could not be together thanks to their different origins, and in the meantime, Hatsue is married to Kazuo because of prejudice, and later on, he is accused of a crime with evidence that more clearly targets his race rather than the facts. In the novel, these aspects are highly fascinating and often times thought-provoking, and the film brings them to life with smooth adjustment and complete grace. Ishmael and Hatsue's relationship is fleshed out with tenderness, while the hate by the townspeople of San Piedro is just as bitter and sickening. The acting by the cast is simply extraordinary, with characterizations that perfectly line up. Hawke captures Ishmael's sensitivity, while Imada glows with Hatsue's fragile beauty that masks a deeply disturbed inner-self. "Snow Falling on Cedars" is an ultra-stylized adaptation of the novel that works in almost every way. But mark my words, read the source material first, or it's going to end up being one seriously bumpy ride.

Adam R (it) wrote: "Roses are red, violets are blue, you shit me to tears, I'm going to the pub!"

Karsh D (de) wrote: Some nice bloody fleshy gore in this futuristic tale. Bruce Campbell is his usual self, but there are too many and too long moments of nothing happening.

Daijobu D (ag) wrote: Of all the films directed by the great Stanley Donen, who helmed classics such as SINGIN' IN THE RAIN and IT'S ALWAYS FAIR WEATHER, this is regrettably going down as the worst credit to his otherwise legendary career. Skip this and watch his earlier films instead.

Peter W (au) wrote: One of the greatest teen sex comedies ever made hands down. Why are there not midnight showings of this classic?

Ben H (ca) wrote: Lang's last American film, 'Beyond a Reasonable Doubt' is unusually dull and predictable melodrama whose intentions ultimately appear mystifying (one can think of the recent 'The Life of David Gale'). This might be down to interference from the Hayes Production Code at the time, but I think it's also to do with Douglas Morrow's screenplay. Does the film have a genuine statement to make about capital punishment, or is it actually about misanthropism? It's message is murky, and comes off as a cop-out.Dana Andrews is great, though, as usual, but the plot boarders on the elaborately unconvincing and trite, and lacks the dramatics and dynamism that had inhabited many of Lang's past works.

Sam R (mx) wrote: Definitely the weakest in Smith's Askewniverse, but still fun... and featuring a heartwarming cameo from the Man himself, Stan Lee.

John B (br) wrote: Nice Children's animated story and another great Disney movie to enjoy with the family

TheScarlatescu R (de) wrote: its not often that a movie gets me so exited to see it and enjoying every second of it

Bunny R (gb) wrote: Pretty alright movie. Don Cheadle made it humorous at moments lol.

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