Cowboy Angels

Cowboy Angels

Paris, La Chapelle neighborhood in the 18th arrondissement. Eleven-year-old Pablo coldly puts up with his mother's messy life. Abandoned for the umpteenth time, he decides to set out to ...

Paris, La Chapelle neighborhood in the 18th arrondissement. Eleven-year-old Pablo coldly puts up with his mother's messy life. Abandoned for the umpteenth time, he decides to set out to ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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samuel c (fr) wrote: "Found Footage" movie strikes again. This time a family moves into a cheap house and discovers an evil presence that leaves doors open. Elongated annoying scenes pad the running time. Apparently they saved money by not giving acting lessons. I did find myself cheering on the parents when they kept telling the son (unsuccessfully) to stop recording. And why was he recording all of this? He kept whining about some documentary... that apparently has something to do with taking long boring scenes of moving men moving boxes and "secretly" taping his sister coming out of a shower in a towel, the films creepiest scene (while "hiding" in a closet with the door almost open half way).

Jon N (br) wrote: A nice idea but far from great. To much dinosaur if you ask me.

Marion B (us) wrote: Trs trs dur, jusqu'au bout en plus

Charles M (de) wrote: I thought that I would have liked it more. It was more about the people than the dam's engineering. I guess teenaged girls rolling their eyes is universal, if a girl raised in a mud hut down by the river does it.

Justin J (au) wrote: Crazy for Keri Russell

Nicholas L (kr) wrote: The whole movie lacks fluidity and at times the movie score is too distracting and loud. However there are gem scenes all over the place. I found myself in tears when the mother was teaching the young boxer a lesson in life.

Tyler H (jp) wrote: This was unexpectedly amazing and unintentionally funny! This is probably one of the last of the Shaw Brothers movies, which is a gritty Triad epic mixed with some kung fu mayhem. In what other movie do you get to see Triad members with rat tails, flying dogs and a little kid get his spine broken before he's thrown through a window? I think it was the bizarre Karaoke performance that was my favorite part, though. Bravo, Shaw Brothers. This is easily one of the studios best movies. It's also got the weird, alternate 1980's Shaw Brothers opening title that you don't see too often as opposed to the Shawscope one.

Sophie C (nl) wrote: Excellent film qubcois ! Lourd, sombre. Trs bon jeu des acteurs, trs bonne ralisation. Intense ! ? voir !

Frances H (ru) wrote: Interesting and beautiful to look at, even if the acting leaves something to be desired.

Charlie G (au) wrote: Definitely video game material. Rather bizarre and excessive...

Allan C (kr) wrote: Director Anthony Mann is best remembered for his tough film noir or his hard edged westerns (and occasionally a period epic), so it's fun to see him do something outside of those genres. In this film, Mann presents a very unglamorous portrait of war. It some ways it's a pretty conventional war film, but in others, such as the film taking place all in one day and the level of Sam Fuller-like grit make it better than average.

Jarrett O (kr) wrote: Hilarious. Over the top!

Matt Y (au) wrote: so under appreciated