Hopalong Cassidy, boss of the Bar 20 ranch in Texas, rides down the Camino Real in the New Mexico cattle country near Alamogordo, in response to an urgent message from his lifelong sweetheart, Nora Blake, who is in serious trouble. Before he and his saddlemates, "Lucky" Jenkins and "Pappy", can reach her ranch, they are stopped by Clay Allison, a cattle-rustler who is in almost complete control of the district, and wants to extend his holdings by seizing Nora's cattle and driving her out. Seeing Cassidy as a menace to his plans, he has him arrested on a trumped-up charge. Cassidy and his pals shoot their way out of the trouble and reach Nora;s ranch where they learn that Allison's henchmen have murdered her foreman, Tom Dillon, and Allison has sent for a crew of outlaws on the Texas border.
Bryan D (br) wrote: A decent fifth entry and likely the last (theatrical) entry i this series.
Simon P (es) wrote: A touch of needless positivity at the end but the rest is suitably downbeat and Marsan is excellent as always.
Roxanne R (ca) wrote: Loved this movie and it was a pleasure to watch! Its about best college friends Tyler and Chase who decide to spend Summertime at the lakeside cabin of Tyler's parents Nathan and Stacey (played by Dan Payne and Thea Gill). Nothing but golf, barbecues, and swimming lessons. Everything seems perfect until Tyler drags Chase to a couple of Animal House-like parties featuring beer funnels and slutty girls, but Chase fails to be attracted to the women that Tyler points in his direction. Chase is forced to reveal to Tyler a secret he kept from him;fortunately Tyler remains his best friend and seems fine with the disclosure...the drama continues until something else happens that threatens to tear the family apart! Great film and added to my private collection! Highly recommended!!
Jayakrishnan R (ru) wrote: 73%I don't really like the live action- animation films such as Hop, etc, but Stuart little 2 was better than most. This film is an improvement on the first. The animation scenes are good, but the real scenes, their syncing and acting are bad.
Guido S (de) wrote: Martin Lawrence is a jewel thief who gets caught trying to steal a diamond. He sticks it in a vent of an under construction building. He remembers the location and when he gets out of jail, he looks to go reclaim his haul. Unfortunately, it is a police station. He fabricates a resume and badge and ends up in burglary and helps solve cases with his 'expertise'. The film is dumb, but it is incredibly enjoyable. Plenty of laughs and action, much better than i expected it to be.
Sonia K (mx) wrote: killer films i love the most.
Bradley K (nl) wrote: All of the usual Sirk trappings, dysfunctional families, impossible loves, social conservatism and gorgeous colour and set design.
Lus Fernando B (us) wrote: A partir da relao complicada que os homens sempre possuem com o sexo oposto - seja nos nveis domsticos, seja nos nveis psicopatas -, "Frenesi" constri um romance policial britnico bastante envolvente, divertido e at mesmo provocador em sua narrativa, haja vista as brincadeiras feitas com as percepes, princpios e preconceitos dos prprios expectadores. Dispondo do grande senso de humor negro do mestre Hitchcock, o filme igualmente se beneficia da sofisticada direo do cineasta, o qual, no final de sua carreira, ainda compunha passagens absolutamente irrequietas e poderosas - ora por sua explcita violncia (como a cena do estrangulamento), ora por seu absoluto silncio e tenso (nfase para a grande tomada que se distancia progressivamente dos aposentos do assassino). Destaque, por fim, s finssimas atuaes de todo o elenco.Em suma, talvez no seja o pice da filmografia de Hitchcock, mas sem dvidas um suspense policial de muita classe.
Daniel F (kr) wrote: Lethal gave me a nostalgia trip, despite never having seen it. This was a movie that would be strictly off-limits to me as a child, but the style and feel of the film is reminiscent of the action movies my friends and I loved before our tenth birthdays. Glover and Gibson both submit wonderful performances, especially Gibson, who plays a complete maniac with a convincingness that was probably more revealing than people realized at the time. His mythical heroism here is fun because it's convincing - the insanity aspect covers for some more farfetched parts of his character. Having to see Gary Busey was the only real negative of this film, together with the idiotic final fight scene.