Cahill U.S. Marshal
J.D. Cahill is the toughest U.S. Marshal they've got, just the sound of his name makes bad guys stop in their tracks, so when his two young boy's want to get his attention they decide to rob a bank. They end up getting more than they bargained for.
J.D. Cahill is the toughest U.S. Marshal they've got, just the sound of his name makes bad guys stop in their tracks, so when his two young boys want to get his attention they decide to rob a bank. They end up getting more than they bargained for. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Cahill U.S. Marshal torrent reviews
(ru) wrote: Fun and undemanding watch but there is substance behind the froth. An interesting adaptation from a one-man show which doesn't hide its origins but wears it with pride. There are moments of laugh-out-loud but also quieter, poignant moments, with a fluid narrative running through the film which makes it such an enjoyable ride. My only quip is the final revelation which I feel doesn't sit that well with me. I cannot argue with it as it is the writer's autobiographical experience but there is something that nags me (which I can't discuss without spoilers). The film, just like its subject matter is probably uncategorisable but certainly original.
(nl) wrote: This was amazingly bad. Poor script, bad camera work, incompetent editing, and bad special effects. I think it might an A as a high school senior project. Maybe
(ag) wrote: This would have been a better B Ratted movie.
(nl) wrote: About food and globalisation
(gb) wrote: Fun B movie starring the awesome Bruce Campbell and an army of alien ants made of bad CGI.
(fr) wrote: Actually liked this film almost entirely for its genre-bending iron balls.
(ca) wrote: La historia de la musica popular es contada por el animador Ralph Bakshi ("Fritz The Cat") a travs de la vida de un muchacho que busca el sexo, las drogas y el Rock & Roll. El viaje no se completa, pues termina con el Punk, pero es un buen viaje.
(fr) wrote: THE LAST OF ROBIN HOOD?A New Film ReportDear Film Enthusiast,I?d read the bad reviews, yet still felt curious? not just to see Kevin Kline play the renowned Errol Flynn but also to see how a big ?no-no? in Hollywood in the nineteen-fifties might play for us today. I am moved to write: I thought the film was very well done. Mind you, the story is a bit sordid?but life does not always have to follow our preconceived notions of how such a relationship could only end up in the worst of all failures. You see, this is the tale of a well-known lothario-- at forty-eight years old--catching sight of a young woman -strolling innocently on a Hollywood lot on her way to rehearsal for a chorus part in a movie. Flynn has his man track where she went and tells her that someone would like to meet her. ?Who is that?? she asks. ?Errol Flynn?:--two words which in those days would sound like getting a call from the Pope or The President of the U.S. Her name is Beverly Aadland; and she is played by Dakota Fanning. She goes home and tells her mother, Florence played by Susan Sarandon. This mother of hers has been trying to groom Beverly?since age 2? to reach stardom; so even though Errol Flynn is older than Beverly?s dad, her mother allows her to meet Flynn: to (ahem) ?audition?. (We all guess what that means.)The truth turns out to be that Flynn really is smitten with this young woman, and when he deflowers her, he has no idea that she is only fifteen. That is hard to swallow, until we look around even now and find fifteen year old girls who could pass for eighteen or more.The rest of the movie finds them becoming more and more of an ?item?, but one they try to closely shield from public scrutiny by that segment of the press that thrives on celebrities? moral indecencies. (Secrecy was easier then.) The co-writers and co-directors of this film --Richard Glatzer-- Wash Westmoreland? have no large ax to grind or pulpit to shake from? and take aim at simply showing us these two outliers (from current moral codes) trying to live their fishbowl lives and at the same time (and in a genuine way) engage in a mutual love. Of course, in the background is Florence, the mother, who is only praying their love will last long enough for Beverly to become a star in her own proven right.Flynn was a deeply flawed individual with a reckless drive to dissipate? principally by shooting drugs in his worn system and drinking and smoking without concern for what it was doing to his life span. He was fighting his demons with the same sort of passion he used to get women. But in this film, I do believe we see a man who has finally found someone whom he really wants to uphold. We know Flynn is going to die in a few years, because the film begins with his death, and then goes back two years to when he meets her. He nicknames her ?Woodsie? because she reminds him of a woodland nymph; and when he first utters this daft sentiment, I thought inwardly ?Aw come on! That?s so corny!? But slowly as he says it more, I really was touched by how naive and sincere he appeared?far from the suave gent who had cultivated the mannerisms of the old English sophisticate.As for Beverly, I did begin to believe that she loved him; and in the end? if you see the movie? you will see a woman who is haunted by what she?s lost and is not at all keen on reaping anything else that Errol might have left her. On the other hand, her mother, Florence, is more concerned with how she, herself, can harvest some cash and fame with her tell-all story.At the end of the movie, the screen depicts for us what happened to each of these two characters; and the snapshot of the real Beverly Aadland really struck me as someone who was the real thing. Dakota Fanning did well playing Beverly, but real is real: her face told me that such a romance could have happened; and yet been the sort of thing we?d smirk at with tilted noses upwards.I?m guilty as well with concern over relationships that don?t fit into the prescribed morality that is current today, but one has to ask if this?in itself-- belies some feared compulsion that lurks within us. Surely our acceptance for the most part of gay relationships is at least an improvement over our past social rejections that scotched those bonds. No one need dare encourage a fifteen year old girl to become in love with a guy who?s nearly fifty, but if it happens-- as I believe it did with Beverly Aadland and Errol Flynn-- well then let?s at least see if we can find in it something to respect.. Surely their love did not have to deal with mundane stresses that most others must deal with. It was romance in a bubble. They travelled much, reveled with party folks and lived life in plush surroundings. And yet they tried to feed whatever inner self they still possessed, which hadn?t been obliterated by vainglorious strivings? that Hollywood often demands. But I saw ?caring?, and that was enough for me.In the genre in which it played, I am inclined to give THE LAST OF ROBIN HOODan EIGHT for an enduring truth. What My Grade Grants:8.) ?About as good as it could get.?7.) ?Lacking that bit of excellence.?6.) ?Somehow it just didn?t work well.?5.) ?I have to feel bad about it.?4.) ?All that work and nothing to show.? Happy Movie Going!Humbler