American Bandits: Frank and Jesse James
After Jesse James is wounded by a bullet to the chest, Frank James splits the gang up and plans a rendezvous in four days time. With U.S.-Marshall Kane in hot pursuit, and betrayal within the outlaw band, the stage is set for a blazing and climactic shootout in the deserted town of 'Gila Wells'.
- Stars:Peter Fonda, Tim Abell, Jeffrey Combs, George Stults, Michael Gaglio, Anthony Tyler Quinn, Siri Baruc, Ian Patrick Williams, Ted Monte, Christopher Weir, Franc Ross, Peter Sherayko, Lauren Eckstrom, Jake Thornton, Patrick Gorman,
- Director:Fred Olen Ray,
- Writer:Fred Olen Ray
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American Bandits: Frank and Jesse James torrent reviews
(nl) wrote: Like disaster-movies , but this was on a amature-level...
(ru) wrote: I liked it, a lot, and can't explain why.
(it) wrote: Nothing but a Saw rip off. That is all.
(us) wrote: The most bland and heartless superhero film I've ever seen. Routh was the wrong choice for the man of steel. He seriously lacks Reeve's intelligence and command of respect. Routh comes across as more of a boy then a 'Superman'. Lois Lane ought to be shot for being so selfish and uncaring. I know that superman doesn't 'kill', but think about it logically -- Lex Luthor keeps trying to cause mass murder for no reason other than personal financial gain, if you were Superman wouldn't you deem it neccessary for the greater good to snap his neck and be done with it? Particularly when it's such a stupidly poor portrayal on behalf of Kevin Spacey. Most of his dialogue is copied from Gene Hackman's for God's sake! Ultimately, Superman has much more powerful villains than Luthor, such as Brainiac and Doomsday who have yet to make an appearance on the silver screen.
(br) wrote: Y'know, I'm sure this movie could possibly suck more than it already does. So I'll say that it sucks enough.There's not a single positive thing that I can think of to say about Megagadoo. Even when you get past the joke-lending title, the right-wing propagandist slant that this movie attacks the viewer with can't be ignored. Neither can the impossibly awful performance from Michael York, who has got to be the absolute bottom of the anti-christ barrel. Aside from the compression of underwhelming performances there is also the self-importance. Megigglepuss was made with an air of self-righteousness that is not only undeserved, but proven hilarious by the movie itself. Megillicuddy wants you to buy into its image of the end of days, and ultimately that image only works for you if for some reason you're looking forward to it. What makes this presentation of our future so preposterous is not just the fact that it's now 7 years old, but the characterization of the world that it depicts. To go back to Michael York's awfulness, we are supposed to believe that the world's population would buy into his terribly written speeches and histrionic delivery. Just like we're supposed to believe that Chad Michael Murray grows up to become Michael Biehn. Or that in 25 years Noah Huntley will shrink into Michael York. Or that R. Lee Ermey could ever be president after Saving Silverman. Megilgamesh even wants you to believe that the devil will have Michael York's voice and look like an adorable baby bat.If you're the type of person that falls under the spell of slogans like "these colors don't run", then Megargamel might be right up your alley, but it more than likely isn't. Regardless of the resonance of the message or lack thereof, this is a big pile of shit and "Armageddon" tired of the sentiment...
(es) wrote: I really like the looks of this. I see two very edgy characters in an Historical film genre. Though based on my research, it is based on the events that was happening during the French Revolution as what they called it the "Beast of Gvaudan". Even so, both of the protagonist are still fictional, but story wise I think they did an impressive job throughout the entire film. One Indian descent from Canada (Marc Dacascus, and a Knight named Grgoire de Fronsac (Samuel Le Bihan) as they were hired by the French government to hunt this enormous beast. I really like the setting, the beautiful landscape and its green pastures. The entire cinematography is fantastic, the costume and production design fits the movie very well.The fight scenes are enjoyable, you can see the simplicity of its choreography yet it is still perfect to me. However, if we talk about French films in general, this would be one of my all time favorites. Perfect action / horror flick. 4.5/5
(ru) wrote: Dull, lackluster, and ultimately, a boring repeat of the 2006 sports films that seems to be making it's way to cinemas like the plague.
(gb) wrote: It's Kris, not Krishna! Lmfao this is the me in the future.
(ag) wrote: it was a true to life movie of some of the typical stages of breaking up with someone you just have a hard time letting go.
(es) wrote: Just a fun and ridiculous movie
(fr) wrote: liked this movie thought it was really good
(ag) wrote: The idea of a man trying to build a bear-proof suit of armor sounds awesome, but really you'd be better off just checking for highlights on youtube. Even at 72 minutes this gets boring, although at least Hurtubise seems to be in on the joke and the film is less condescending than some "outsider" documentaries can be.
(ru) wrote: Working my way through a recently released boxset, I finally came to this one and while I had vague memories of liking it, I was forced to realize, this was the least interesting of the original trilogy of films. Maybe it's the characters, maybe it's the addition of children and making it feel more like an adventure story than a brutal fight for survival, but this one left me fairly cold.Worth a look, but you're better served revisiting one of the other movies in the series.
(de) wrote: A backstage pass to terror for The Clowns breakout tour. Shock rock demands pushing the envelope and The Clowns violent theatrics onstage are duplicated in a deadly encore backstage with a series of groupie killings. Great premise but filmed on the cheap in only seven days, and it shows. For what its worth, actor Larry Thomas (aka The Soup Nazi) delivers a written apology for his debut performance on IMDB.
(fr) wrote: Smile-inducing silliness that's good enough for a quick escape to turn-of-the-(last)-century Vienna.
(jp) wrote: A woman out for revenge! Pretty cheesy, but she can lay down the law with the best of the 70s. Nice soundtrack.
(nl) wrote: Ridiculous plot but well acted.