President Arthur helps a rich rancher (Robert Taylor) fight advocates of open grazing in the Territory of Wyoming.
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Lars P (mx) wrote: I really wanted to see this movie, but a huge disappointment: Long winded with too many relationship drama. Christian Bale is great, Bradley Cooper is not.The average action movie is a better investment of your time.Much hyped in the media, but the attention is not warranted!
Kevin R (nl) wrote: How does it feel to be a bargain basement Stephen King?A horror author has a book signing in a small town. He discovers the town has an interesting history that involves a serial killer and a mysterious little girl. The author has visions and the ghosts of the town and the local sheriff tell him an interesting tale that he feels is his next big project. However, as he gets more information he gets more sucked in...maybe too deep."You can't change time. Time changes you."Francis Ford Coppola, director of Bram Stokers Dracula, The Godfather 1-3, Apocalypse Now, The Rainmaker, Jack, Rumble Fish, and The Outsiders, delivers Twixt. The storyline for this picture is terrible and the plot is pathetic. The acting is also awful and the cast delivers Val Kilmer, Bruce Dern, Elle Fanning, Ben Chaplin, Don Novello, and Ryan Simpkins."It was a town of those who wanted to be left alone."Twixt was a movie I came across on Netflix because it was directed by Francis Ford Coppola so I thought it would be worth a viewing. It wasn't. This film has awkward comedy, mixed into a weird horror picture. It was trying to be like Frightners...it just wasn't as good. I recommend skipping this."You are the ending you seek."Grade: D
Damien D (de) wrote: I expected this to be a sci-fi movie, but it has nothing to do with it. It's more a "film d'auteur la franaise". The story is slow and not very interesting.
Remi D (it) wrote: Ok I did not watch it...But it is clearly a documentary. NOT A WESTERN
Ian B (au) wrote: Heresy I know- but deep down I wanted a lost tale with Kosh just to hear a new Koshisim.
Tinouche N (nl) wrote: Shakhsyat haye ajib o gharib o grotesk dar ye filme syah o sefide faransavi. Filmnamash kheily khube
Amy V (gb) wrote: couldn't stand dakota fanning's narration. ugh.
Adam R (es) wrote: (First and only viewing - Teen years)
Melanie D (ru) wrote: Sinister telling of the horrible story of serial killer John Christie, you can't help but feel sorry for Timothy Evans when he gets mixed up in Christie's mind games, when he has no hope of winning. Richard Attenborough is especially disturbing, and the film needs no blood, gore or excessive depictions of violence to be very unsettling.
Wut S (us) wrote: The meticulous lighting and theatrical performance harmonize, but the subjects are underwhelming. Stiffly mature.
Christopher B (au) wrote: Pretty good, interesting biopic.
Dave J (gb) wrote: Wednesday, January 18, 2012 (1973) Coffy ACTION At the beginning of this film, Coffy(played by Pam Grier) blows a pusher's head off with a 12 gauge shotgun and overdoses on the other and says that it was because of her sister. Then the film has Coffy as a regular nurse but can't perform her duties properly because of that incident. Her African American male friend whose a cop ends up in a coma because he refused to be bribed from some powerful pimps/ pushers as opposed to some others, eventually finds out that her boyfriend whose running for councillour is also in the bracket as well, setting Coffy up to seek some retribution. This rating is basically for the few action bits that it does have which is better and more realistically better handled than other "blaxploitation" films shown during that particular time which a good percentage of them (the action)always look fake, especially the fights, at least this this one has girls ripping each others clothes off one another. Besides the blowing of the guys head with a 12 gauge, this film also has a guy tied up behind a on going car, two corrupt police officers attempting to run Coffy down with their squad cars, topping it off Coffy blowing off her boyfriends genitals. The pointless babble seems kind of long since viewers can pretty much figure out who're the bad guys, making me want them to just cut to the chase and showcase Coffy doing her thing whether it's seducing bad guys before giving them their just deserts. 3 out of 4
bill s (kr) wrote: Works as a sports movie and as a drama.....you do not need to be a sports fan to enjoy this well made film.
Tony P (it) wrote: British/French production exploring the life (well last 25 years or so) of some British painter J.M.W. Turner who is apparently well known in art circles. Not in mine.At a whopping two and a half hour length it is a bit of an effort but not a bad film. It has high production values and a great central performance from Timothy Spall as Turner complete with his slobby lifestyle eccentricity as well as artistic genius displayed on screen. In one scene he is strapped to the mast of a ship so he can paint a storm causing bronchitis in the process.I mean high production values in terms of keeping with the period (early to mid nineteenth century).Spall has certainly come a long way from his role as Brummie Barry in the television series Auf Wiedersehn Pet in the 1980s.The cast is well..unknown besides Spall.The art direction and production design is top notch.It was filmed around the UK including such locations as Wentworth Woodhouse in South Yorkshire.
Allan C (de) wrote: A classic film noir and one of the all-time great boxing pictures. Robert Ryan plays over-the-hill 35 year old boxer Stoker Thompson, who's got a break to fight a young up and coming fighter and can revive his career. However, his crooked managers has taken money from a mobster for Stoker to throw the fight, but fails to tell Stoker he's supposed to throw the fight thinking Stoker will lose anyway. Taking place in realtime, the events of the film unfold over the course of a tight 73 minutes, which includes the boxing match shown in it's brutal entirety. Robert Ryan gives a terrific performance as the washed-up Stoker. I think either this or his performance as an on-the-edge cop in "On Dangerous Ground" are my favorite of his many great performances. Director Robert Wise also gets big credit here for crafting a stylish and very dark film noir classic. Milton Krasner provided excellent photography as he did for more big budget of pictures when he worked with the likes of Joseph L. Mankiewicz and Billy Wilder. One of the all-time great film noir and one of the all-time great boxing pictures, this one is a real American film classic.