The desert can be a lonely place for the people who live there or for those who are traveling through. It is also the teller of different stories including the story of a traveling salesman whose only commodity is death and the story of a young man who finds that the death that he wishes for is difficult to find. Others are just traveling through, on their way to another place when they stop to eat at Red's Desert Oasis. The food may not be great, and the waitress may be surly, but those who stopped at Red's will find that they are involved in the showdown of their life.
- Stars:Scott Plank, Melora Walters, John Savage, Brion James, Joe Viterelli, James Russo, Luke Perry, Will Rothhaar, Jessica Perelman, Toni Kalem, Eric Roberts, Vonte Sweet, Anthony Lee, Stephanie Cushna, Sam J. Jones,
- Director:Michael Covert,
- Writer:Michael Covert
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American Strays torrent reviews
(br) wrote: Clear eyed depiction of the cost and dangers for bombers during wartime. Errol Flynn is very good, a reminder that he was excellent not only in period pictures and westerns but quite capable in modern dress dramas. Strong supporting cast helps with Basil Rathbone standing out as a man who understands but is troubled by the weight of his duty even while others do not and is compassionate enough when the that weight has shifted to offer solace. David Niven's star moved much higher with his performace here, it would still be a few years before he moved into the top ranks but he was done with unimportant roles from this point on. Goulding's direction is steady and assured.
(fr) wrote: The animation is gorgeous but it feels as if everything is moving in 1.5 speed. Sadly it's better than the live action Green Lantern movie all things considered. Sinestro's character is done interestingly but it still feels like it could be better all things considered. Overall while it feels as though it could've been a better effort, Green Lantern First Flight is certainly not a bad movie and is still worth watching. But I do think it's the weakest entry in the DC animated movies of late.
(kr) wrote: This film is based on the true story Reinhold Messner and his brother Gunther's tragic ascent to the titular mountain. I didn't know much about the film going in and what follows is a fairly straightforward story about man vs. nature and trying to survive. It's not a bad film. It features some stunning cinematography and on-location work plus Gustavo Santaollala's score is superb. But I've seen it done better ("Touching the Void," for example).
(fr) wrote: This movie had some impressive performances, a gripping story-line, and a surprisingly accurate depiction of the family dynamics of the Latino immigrant culture. But, above all, this movie was realistic and heartbreaking. And that's what made it a winner.
(au) wrote: Must watch for single women! For all women, actually. An incisive and disturbing look at men.
(nl) wrote: A documentary about the way films are rated and how a lot of people feel they aren't consistent and there is no transparency. I agree that it seems at times to be a crap shoot as to what a film will be rated. A lot of the directors interviewed sound like big crybabies at times since most of them got their film rated either after an appeal or making some cuts. It also follows a private detective who tries to uncover who is on the ratings board. This was really interesting and could have been its own movie. It was fun and thrilling and a change of pace from the dryer interviews. Overall a good movie, it does the bare minimum of presenting all the ideas, but doesn't delve much into what an alternate system should be like or anything like that. Good to see though.
(au) wrote: Good film, Good god. I had enough about people stereotyping other animation titles. Indeed, it's been time since I last saw it. But I adore much of Hayao Miyazaki's works. Nevertheless.. this is the clear audience favorite, in addition to the clear critical favorite "Pinocchio (1940)""If (Audiences) are only going to be obsessed over this title, they'll never be obsessed over another."
(gb) wrote: No redeeming values, but a boatload of fun
(ca) wrote: The Master has lost his touch. So sad.
(br) wrote: Explosions and big ol' fake titties
(us) wrote: my biased towards the White Sox
(es) wrote: though cinematically not bad, i don't like barfuss' using the girl's psychosocial condition as a source of romanticism