Jake Remy leads a gang of outlaw cutthroats making their escape toward Mexico from a successful robbery. Barring their way is a river--crossable only by means of a ferry barge. The barge operator, Travis, refuses to be bullied into providing transport for the gang and escapes across river with most of the local populace--leaving Remy and his gang behind, desperately seeking a way across. A river-wide stand-off begins between the gang and the townspeople, both groups of which have left people on the wrong side of the river.

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Wayne M (de) wrote: The National are an Indie Rock success story. This film documents a year on the road with the band from the point of view of Tom, lead singer Matt Berninger's younger brother. The film turns out to be tale of brothers rather than in insight into the band. Tom is quite frankly annoying. Immature, childish and seemingly frustrated by the success of his brother. Once you overcome the painful behaviour of Tom the film turns into a painful and even insightful look into siblings and the dynamics involved. It could have been better but it is a unique perspective.

Christy W (it) wrote: The dialog in the movie is hilarious and precisely hitting the people who were trapped in the love net. The first half is quite good. But the second seems too slow in tempo.

Wayne M (es) wrote: This man is unstoppable!!! He never gets hit

Scott C (gb) wrote: Some great visuals, but yet another boring movie from an ultra boring filmmaker who made one of the most boring films ever made ('Safe').

Paul A (ru) wrote: This is the Home Alone I grew up with and my favorite in the series

Buggy B (kr) wrote: 12/12 Wow did I really just see that? Felt like I was watching soft gay porn especially during the end dance sequences where John Travolta gives his sweaty all in a weird loin cloth thingy. His "strut" down the street at the end including closeups of his ass in tight 80's jeans blew my mind a bit. Is this for real? Well it was fun anyways. Enjoyed Slys cameo.

Stephanie F (ca) wrote: Fails narratively and historically-double whammy!

Robyn M (kr) wrote: I disagree with the first reveiw. If you look past the whole dated period, you'd find an orginal film that has some great atribrutes. The movie is roughly sketched over a special effects guy (Bryan Brown) who gets caught in a police/mofia scandal and now puts his lifes in the line of danger. In order to survive he runs under disuiges and manages to pull some odd tricks out of the book. Yes theres some loose ends like a cop (Brian dennehy) who plays by his own book, (what do you think Dirty harry did?) please, somethings are meant to be broken in order to have a great movie- it's fiction so anything applies!!!

Courtney S (jp) wrote: I think the worst thing about this movie was that it felt rushed. Charlie Hunnam's character was really passionate and smart, which I think really made the movie. Patrick Wilson and Liv Tyler both put out great performances. The ending was sad, but just like life, not every movie can have a happy ending.

Dan H (de) wrote: I actually don't think it's a bad film. The story holds potential, but it's incompetently made. The cinematography is passable except for a few really bad moments here and there, the script isn't really good, there are constant flashbacks (and even flashbacks within flashbacks), and the characters are all detestable, with the worst one being Marty played by Erik Stonestreet (his character is a leering, disgusting, and chauvinistic pig). The only real likable characters are Chris and Ann, as played by James Marsden and Rachael Taylor. The story is interesting and the twists near the end are nice, but The Loft is so incompetently made that this shines through in just about every scene of the film.

Al H (br) wrote: A good film to see in Halloween.