Billy the Kid Returns

Billy the Kid Returns

After Pat Garrett kills Billy the Kid, Billy's look-alike Roy Rogers arrives and is mistaken for him. Although a murderer, Billy was on the side of the homesteaders against the large ranchers. As Billy's death is unknown, Roy gets Garrett to let him pose as Billy to continue the fight, but without the killing.

After Pat Garrett kills Billy the Kid, Billy's look-alike Roy Rogers arrives and is mistaken for him. Although a murderer, Billy was on the side of the homesteaders against the large ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Anne G (fr) wrote: Based on a best-selling novel (Sandro Veronesi's Caos Calmo), Quiet Chaos stars Nanni Moretti as successful businessman Pietro Paladini. One day, Pietro saves the life of a beautiful drowning woman (Isabella Ferrari as Eleonora) at the beach only to discover, when he returns home, that his wife has suddenly died and their 10-year-old daughter Claudia (Blu Yoshimi) is distraught.On Claudia's first day back at school after the funeral, Pietro impulsively decides not to leave but simply to sit in the park opposite the school and wait for her. He then repeats this process every day and gradually, his work colleagues (Charles Berling and Hippolyte Girardot) and various family members (Valeria Golino as his sister-in-law; Alessandro Gassman as his brother) all come to visit him, as does Eleonora, who's seeking to make amends for not having thanked him after he saved her life.

Andrew C (ca) wrote: This one is a lot more fulfilling when it comes to fighting and fills out the story from the first one. They really should of released the first one as "Part 1" and this one as "Part 2" just to make it clear that this was going to fill in the rest of the story about the aliens.If you watched the first one and it turned you off to watching this one, you should not let that deter you from watching this one. It's got much better fighting in it and a castle siege which is pretty cool.

James S (gb) wrote: A fun film with great characters and some really great animation sequences. Accompanied by a brilliant soundtrack (courtesy of Hans Zimmer and John Powell) this film is worth a watch if you haven't seen it already.

Armando B (de) wrote: This is a nice movie, but I would not take this as a comedy though. It's more like a complicated story with a complicated kid that's trying to fit with others. I love Downy Jr in everything that he does. Kat Jennings is just to sexy to see in film. What this movie does is that it keeps you in touch with the character and brings a very good performance to the table. So for this being a good Indie film, I give " Charlie Burlett " a C.

Barry K (mx) wrote: This film seems to split reviewers into those who are think they are too cool (or too old!) to enjoy it, and those who think it's great! The guy from total film complains that there is no drug taking or crime at the youth centre?! Are you kidding me? I don't want to take an 8 year old you a movie about drug taking. This is not the Dark Knight or some gritty drama, its a fun exciting bright funny film to take your kids to, that you can enjoy with them as a parent. The script is witty, the acting is way above the norm for kid's movies and the soundtrack is hip. Yes there is impressive dancing, backflips, crazy 3D fantasy sequences (Space invaders! Samurai Warriors!) but there is also a good story and you will come away feeling uplifted. What a nice change from all the end of the world/death/destruction/dark comic book movies that seem to clog up the multiplexes. As a parent I think it's a shame there are not more of these films that we can enjoy as a family.

Philip M (es) wrote: This movie is pretty tight. As said in the trailer, its a game of "READY, AIM, FIRE". A lot of action but no a devoted action movie. There are a lot of slow times too. Dolph Lundgren is funny and kicks ass!

Greg G (au) wrote: Couldnt stop cracking up! Just so funny, funnier than I remembered it

James O (it) wrote: The first Maniac Cop was everything a film could hope to be: Action-packed, suspenseful, scary, good make-up and special effects, and a fantastic cast of BRUCE CAMPBELL, Tom Atkins, and Richard Roundtree. The second was also very good, but couldn't live up to the high standards of the first. The third one is...entertaining, but it's more of a straight slasher than an action slasher. The gore is on the D.L. and the plot is pretty weak, but it does feature Robert Davi and Robert Z'Dar back in their respective roles as the detective and Matt Cordell. They've kept the make-up from the second film, and for some reason, Cordell isn't using his knife baton that much. Instead, he's using hospital equipment (the majority of the film takes place in a hospital). Defibrillators and X-ray machines are used for bad purposes. The plot is pretty silly, with Cordell going after a bride. However, there was one kill that I found very funny, in which Matt goes skeet shooting and uses a pedestrian as the clay pigeon. Jackie Earle Haley appears in one of his first roles, and he plays a criminal, much like he did in another one of his early films, Dollman. There IS a big car chase at the end, and a shoot-out in the hospital, but other than that, there's no action in this. It's worth watching, but don't feel a need to run out and buy it.

Panos M (kr) wrote: An interesting courtroom drama.

Dipesh T (ca) wrote: One of the greatest documentary I have ever seen. I surely watch it again and again. Its stunning cinematography, brilliant script from many point of view, impressive and simple narration has made it terrific. I was very much fascinated when the narrator describes the scenes of Vertigo to elaborate the documentary. All time favorite and one of the greatest achievement.

Tyler P (ca) wrote: Un des premiers film du genre. Pas mal. On notera la prsence, pour son second film, de Michael J. Fox qui n'a pas encore le "J" au gnrique.

Tom H (nl) wrote: This is th continuing and final chapter of Billy Jack. If you missed the original and The Trial of Billy Jack, you do not want to miss this one.Laughlin sails in this one and expands the chapter! A sad ending, but well worth the time and effort.

Stephanie D (nl) wrote: The "Road" movies with Bing & Bob are silly and enjoyable. I enjoyed this one more than many of the previous installments.

Jess L (nl) wrote: A true gem from the 30s. It does take a little while to get into this film and to appreciate the horrendous character of Mrs Dodsworth; initially I couldn't stand this character, but grew to appreciate her vulgar nature by the end thanks to a wonderful performance. Overall the acting is superb and heartfelt, dialogue is wonderfully punchy and sharp, and the settings are beautiful. It's a shame the old cruise ship is no longer relevant in today's cinema as it makes a great melting pot for characters. A beautifully constructed story that makes you appreciate classic cinema and the fresh approach advantage that was held at this time. It would be great to see a return to this era of storytelling and film. The scene when Mr Dodsworth is leaving on the train after his wife has asked for a divorce is perfection and a true classic line 'did I remember to tell you today that i adore you' wow, packs a punch. Thoroughly enjoyable.

Connor C (de) wrote: As a fan and supporter of biopics and period pieces, I know very well that they can easily miss their mark, but Ray hits it directly. Jamie Foxx gives a stellar, energetic and human performance as Ray Charles, mastering his voice, mannerisms and appearance as well as truly embodying the man's troubled character.

Martin N (jp) wrote: Started off well, but then became a incoherent mess. Felt like a drama school project with more money. Interesting to see that critics liked it, but not actual viewers, makes you wonder about the whole ratings syndicate.

Jeff S (it) wrote: Starts out very funny but eventually gets weirder and weirder, leading to a horrible conclusion