Close Range

Close Range

A rogue soldier turned outlaw is thrust into a relentless fight with a corrupt sheriff, his obedient deputies, and a dangerous drug cartel in order to protect his sister and her young daughter.

In order to protect his sister and young niece, rogue soldier turned outlaw Colton MacReady isĀ forced to battle against a corrupt sheriff, his obedient deputies, and a dangerous drug cartel who descend upon his ranch for revenge. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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jave j (fr) wrote: A superb and disturbing story artfully execute!! Everything,from the infamous acting skills to the conventional storyline and unexpected ending is enough to bring you to the edge of your seat. Be prepared to clutch on whatever you have to cover your eyes from fear!!

Audrey P (jp) wrote: An interesting love story with surprising chemistry from the lead actors, Becoming Jane only finds fault in its static direction, boring color palette, and Anne Hathaway's sometimes weird English accent and simply okay performance. Everything else, from the beautiful settings and great cast to the amazing score, is very good, and not deserving of the bashing this movie is getting.

David B (es) wrote: im irish it's irish history.

Sandy R (ca) wrote: Sadly Band of the Hand is vastly underrated and overlooked. It's a hugely entertaining, cheesy 80's action flick which is often labelled as complete rubbish by flim snobs. It's a fun little movie with a great cast who were relatively unknown at the time who went on to much bigger things. Yes, it's incredibly silly and cheesy but it's also very stylish and entertaining so I personally rate it. It's very much a product of it's time but I love the clothes, hairstyles and especially the music. It all adds to the fun factor.

Felipe F (mx) wrote: Fanny & Alexander is a moving, heartfelt and profound tale of childhood that finds Ingmar Bergman at his very best with a powerful storytelling, both realistic and mysterious.

Luke R (ca) wrote: I wish I would have seen this one earlier.

Matt M (mx) wrote: Based on Neil Simon's hit broadway play with three vignettes, each starring Matthau. The first is about a married couple with the husband admitting to a n extra marital relationship on the day of their anniversary. The second is about a producer seducing a young woman. The third is about the mother and father of a bride-to-be who locked herself in the bathroom moments before the wedding. All these vignettes take place at a Plaza suite. This is really a great showcase for Matthau's charisma and comedic personality. He really gets a chance to shine. However, Plaza Suite is not so well translated to the big screen here, in a stagey and overall underwhelming cinematic version that nevertheless does not undermine the charm and wit of the original material by Neil Simon. Nevertheless, it's not quite as memorable as it should have been, and for that reason it comes across as rather disappointing.

Anthony V (us) wrote: Excellent Foreign Legion adventure with a great twist at the end (copied many times since).

AllthingsAvatar R (br) wrote: This was goofy fun, The script could have used a little work, but you can see where Mila Jojovich, Sandra Bullock, and other current "girly girl" actresses got their inspiration. Carole Lombard was as feminine as they get--especially in the fireman's hat.

Ameena M (ru) wrote: Fred, Ginger and a small role for a young Lucille Ball!

Patrick L (it) wrote: "Good Kill is a timely drama about the use of combat drones"DVD Movie Review: Good KillDate Viewed: August 28 2015Written and Directed By Andrew Niccol (Gattaca, Lord of War and In Time)Starring: Ethan Hawke, January Jones, Zoe Kravitz, Jake Abel and Bruce Greenwood.Drones have been an effective tool in the war on terror, they are so popular, tech companies in the United States have decided to build mini-drones of their own and sell them to ordinary citizens. A drone is a good toy for an adult to have but they have caused disruptions at airports, invaded the privacy of people who live in apartments with big windows and there were a few instances of drones getting through the White House fence. Sure, drones are a pain in the neck to some people (Sen. Rand Paul) but Andrew Niccol's new movie "Good Kill" explores the reality of drone warfare very well. It does hit a few sour notes at the end but this movie has another great performance from one of our most hard-working actors today, Ethan Hawke.Working with Andrew Niccol for the third time, Hawke plays Major Thomas Egan, a fighter pilot who gets transmitted to the UCAV, the station that controls all drone operations for U.S. forces in the Middle East and North Africa. Commanding a combat drone is like playing a video game but with real lives at stake. Egan lives in a suburban neighborhood with his wife, Molly (January Jones) and two children and everyday, he puts on a green jumpsuit and drives to the UCAV base in Nevada. So all day he sits down in a chair and watching Egan's boss, Lt. Jack Johns (Bruce Greenwood) receives orders from the CIA to target insurgent hideouts even if there are innocent civilians inside. This is a job that Egan is unfit for and he questions the authority to strike at terrorist targets with killing innocent civilians in the process. Egan may be dedicated to his duties but his job and his drinking problems are having an impact on his marriage. We may get the usual wife-being-unfaithful cliche but January Jones is confident and strong in her role as Molly Egan. Zoe Kravitz is also really good as Egan's new partner and Ethan Hawke has never been better. It may have a few flaws but writer and director Andrew Niccol (Gattaca, Lord of War and In Time) explores the issue of drone warfare very thoughtfully. He has made a really intense movie about the use of remote-controlled drones.

John B (ag) wrote: Good movie and interesting story that takes place during WWII and good cast