Bronco Billy

Bronco Billy

An idealistic, modern-day cowboy struggles to keep his Wild West show afloat in the face of hard luck and waning interest.

Bronco Billy McCoy is known as a boss of a small traveling show in the America called Wild West. His business is good until TV shows and the internet spread for all walk of life. For 6 months, he has not pay his staffs. Ou of the blue, he stumbles across a beauriful girl with a blonde hair who is running away from her wedding party and hires her as his assistant. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Daniel O (jp) wrote: A fascinating movie that makes you root for the bad guy as he embodies the American Dream, screws over the little guy and creates something you love.

Ole J (ru) wrote: Is it really that Unthinkable... this film is entertaining, rough and really thought provoking, but I guess deep down everyone have seen some media coverage about what is going on in war times and in the fight against terror, so my question stand, is it really unthinkable that something like this could happen.I think this is a very strong movie, well acted, with a very thought provoking plot and some scenes to back it up, I was entertained and appalled, I think everyone can see both sides or actually the three sides of this story and can discuss if everything is necessary, necessary when it happens and looking back.

Pierre W (ag) wrote: It was surprisingly very interesting and good. The story was great and made me feel good too. The visuals were definitely my favorite part from the rain falling to the vehicles driving by. Plus I'm a sucker for a happy ending!!

Quiche E (br) wrote: Un film a la beaute bizarre qui nous essore et nous laisse pas tranquille apres...Bcp n'aimeront pas ce voyage !

Diana M (jp) wrote: This movie had a lot of potential, but in the end was really really terrible.

Sephira M (es) wrote: Angela is the best!!

Jason D (kr) wrote: In the inappropriately-titled Firewalker, Chuck Norris plays Max Donigan, a thrill-seeking adventurer who gets into all sorts of wacky, uncompromising positions alongside best buddy Louis Gosset Jr. (easily the best thing about this movie). After nearly meeting their end, the two celebrate the end of another adventure with a new one when they come across rich weirdo Melody Anderson (one of this movie's biggest demises) who talks them into a treasure hunt that leads them through South America and into plenty of trouble, most notably through conflicts with natives, Indian and Spanish. The "Firewalker" reference comes from bad guy, Sonny Landham (horribly misused in this film) whose been following the trio throughout the entire movie in order to make a sacrifice and become the Firewalker, which comes to be discussed throughout the film enough to amass maybe 3-4 minutes of this film's entire run-time, making the title of this movie very illogical and moronic. Some supporting roles from the likes of Will Sampson (Poltergeist 2) and John Rhys Davies (Lord of the Rings) help the movie somewhat, but not enough. What surprises me the most is the mis-fired direction of J. Lee Thompson, who usually does stellar films (Happy Birthday to Me, Death Wish 4). The ultimate result was a rip-off of Indiana Jones with bad acting and many confusing elements to a half-assed plot. As far as corny, fun action, Norris isn't too bad, but his attempts to try and play a different kind of hero for a change were a major mis-fire.

Damjan v (es) wrote: Something to think about.

Cody W (us) wrote: Was okay but it was not what I was hoping for. Shows how far people will go to save someone they love but what makes their live more important than yours? Is everyone equal or is all just some twisted game to play to what we want?

John M (us) wrote: A very strange film, like an Indie dramedy "Natural Born Killers." There are some very cool stylistic flourishes in here, but I don't know how realized of a film it is. It wants you to be connected to these psychopaths when I was mainly confused on how they are how they are. It's a good script, just perhaps never too coherent in its intentions.

Ola G (fr) wrote: In the metropolis of Champion City, the would-be superhero team of Mr. Furious (Ben Stiller), The Shoveler (William H. Macy), and The Blue Raja (Hank Azaria) attempt to make a name for themselves, but their suspect skills make them ineffective, and they find themselves upstaged by the city's most successful superhero, Captain Amazing (Greg Kinnear). However, Amazing is finding that his effectiveness at fighting crime has practically made his job obsolete, and without any worthy adversaries remaining (some of them are either dead, in exile, or still in jail), his corporate sponsors are beginning to pull their funding. To create a need for himself, Amazing uses his alter ego, billionaire lawyer Lance Hunt, to argue for the release of insane supervillain Casanova Frankenstein (Geoffrey Rush). The plan backfires; once reunited with Tony P (Eddie Izzard) and his Disco Boys, Casanova Frankenstein blows up the insane asylum, captures Amazing, and prepares to unleash a doomsday device: the "Psycho-frakulator", which lethally bends reality. Mr. Furious, while spying on Casanova Frankenstein's mansion, discovers Amazing's capture and informs the others. After an unsuccessful rescue attempt, the three realize they need more allies, and through word-of-mouth and try-outs, they recruit Invisible Boy (Kel Mitchell), The Spleen (Paul Reubens), and The Bowler (Janeane Garofalo). The newly formed team "assaults" Casanova, which only succeeds in annoying him and damaging his car. While drunk from celebrating their victory, the team is nearly killed in retaliation by Tony P and the Disco Boys, but they are saved at the last minute by The Sphinx (Wes Studi). The Sphinx trains them, but his methods annoy Mr. Furious - he has them complete rote team-building exercises and speaks exclusively in platitudes. They also seek out mad scientist Doc Heller (Tom Waits), who specializes in non-lethal weaponry, to equip them for their battle...Back in 1999 the superhero genre wasnt exploited the way it has been the past years, so I reckon "Mystery Men" filled that void and longing to see superheros on the screen. Well, not maybe the normal sort of superhero, but something more along the line of Kick-Ass and not The Avengers. Nevertheless, this spoof/parody of the superhero genre filled with both comedians and more serious actors goes full on with everything, but at the same time fails to find its own entity within the comic genre. The mix of comic features, darkness, drama and romance never manages to be packaged together in a satisfying way. Yes, the idea of believing in yourself and you will be able to succeed with anything you want is ok. Classic theme. So in the end for one shining moment, Mystery Men really become super-heroes and saves the day. Not a big surprise to say the least. The acting is very varied despite a big ensemble cast, the editing is choppy, the cinematography is way too 90s and the special effects are not up to scratch. And the lovely Claire Forlani isnt given much to work with. "Mystery Men" is a product of the 90s and it shows, and I was a bit disappointed to re-see it again as I remembered it to be a bit better than it was. Trivia: The Mystery Men were the supporting cast of an underground superhero comic book called the Flaming Carrot. Mr. Furious and the Shoveler were the only ones from the comic to make it into the movie. Captain Amazing was created as a replacement for the Flaming Carrot, who was felt to be too bizarre to bring to the silver screen.