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.
- Stars:John Wayne, George Kennedy, Gary Grimes, Neville Brand, Clay O'Brien, Marie Windsor, Morgan Paull, Dan Vadis, Royal Dano, Scott Walker, Denver Pyle, Jackie Coogan, Rayford Barnes, Dan Kemp, Harry Carey Jr.,
- Director:Andrew V. McLaglen,
- Writer:Harry Julian Fink (screenplay), Rita M. Fink (screenplay), Barney Slater (story)
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Cahill U.S. Marshal torrent reviews
(kr) wrote: French animated film can feel a bit trite because of its fairly juvenile storyline, but its varnished art-style, humorous bits, and moving moments make it a strong family film (particularly if you want to get your kids into the French New Wave at some point).
(fr) wrote: its decent. worth $.99
(es) wrote: I found it to be a really fun flick. Worth the 90 minutes of your time.
(de) wrote: It's not perfect. But this movie is beautiful. The music is perfection. The emotion is spot on. The acting is brilliant by the young and the old. It won't be on the list of greatest movies of all time, but it's among my very favorites because it's deep and exactly what it needs to be. Give it a shot. You won't regret it.
(mx) wrote: Racist propaganda. Hated it but the leading man was sexy!
(gb) wrote: Fun movie, entertaining, and witty. But nothing to write home about.
(ru) wrote: awalnya agak2 ngebosenin, gak jelas, tp yaa moral lessonnya bagus
(mx) wrote: Moderately entertaining. Everytime I thought it was getting better it took a step back again.
(de) wrote: This movie is ok. Nothing that spectacular though.
(kr) wrote: A scarcely believable film with one wondrous absurdity after another.
(gb) wrote: Shirley is my Idol. End of story.
(es) wrote: C'est mon prefere des preferes...
(ag) wrote: This is the worst piece of shit passed off as comedy I have ever seen...this is 97 minutes of wasting your life
(ca) wrote: Decent if unremarkable drama of a moonshiner and the feds who are trying to shut him down. A real study in star power with Robert Mitchum commanding the screen with seemingly little effort. An interesting contrast can be made between him and his son James, making his screen debut here, their appearance is so similar that you would think their performances would have a hint of the same similarity. The senior Mitchum owns the screen with an easy charm and magnetism while the young Mitchum is stiff with a vacant stare. Keely Smith contributes a couple of terrific numbers sung in her unique style but she also comes across as uncomfortable and mechanical in any scene which doesn't require her to sing. A huge drive-in hit in its day, it's easy to see why since it has a very laid back, low budget feel.
(br) wrote: i love love loved this! such an amazing film! i liked it even better than the book! i loved how they illustrate the unusual father-daughter relationship without being patronising, the characters seem so real. pity the boyfriend ended up a bit blurry, not much to say at all, though (at least in the book, he managed to utter a soft cry of complaint).
(us) wrote: Can't get enough of this movie!! Beautifully shot, incredible story, wonderful acting...thoughtful, intense, and a joy to watch. I loved every minute.
(br) wrote: The picture starts off slow in the beginning, but one Talor Kitsch character get to the village it does begin to take off with a few rough edges, but it does get there in the end.