Cowboys Don't Cry

Cowboys Don't Cry

A father and son struggle to make ends meet on the rodeo circuit.

As long as Shane Morgan can remember, he has lived on the road with his mother and father, a rodeo performer. Their dreams of making enough money to settle down happily in one place are ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Dave J (de) wrote: Wednesday, January 15, 2014 (2011) Another Happy Day DRAMA/ COMEDY Written and directed by Sam Levinson which is anything but happy. Co-produced and starring Ellen Barkin as Lynn, driving with her two kids to her parent's house for an upcoming wedding of her oldest son. And by the time they're there, the family squabbles are off with accusations from suicide, to drugs to incest and neglect to whatever you can think about. Barkin is not bad on this role, but she cries on one too many scenes. Also starring are Ellen Burstyn as the grandmother, George Kennedy as the grandfather, Demi Moore as the wife of the Thomas Hayden Church character as the ex, and Kate Bosworth as the estranged daughter who tried to commit suicide. Not much resolution here as viewers had seen something like this already done before. 2 out of 4 stars

Jade B (br) wrote: I had seen this over a year ago, and couldn't quite remember if I liked it or not so I gave it another viewing. I like it..a lot...even Kareena Kapoor's acting is pretty decent except for the crucial ending...

Sara W (es) wrote: the only reason i watched this pathetic exuse of a movie was 4 chris jericho and he had TWO LINES!!! 10 WORDS! and some lil' punk killed him n lyk the 1st 10 minutes. cant believe i evenn gave it 2 stars. rip off

Francisco S (it) wrote: Best scream's movie, with a lot of good suspense, with a clever and strong script, interesting story, and a gripping and twisted narrative that should be an example to follow to the others slasher movies.

Steve L (br) wrote: Two gross inaccuracies in this movie: When they were in Hamburg in the early days, "A Hard Day's Night" didn't exist yet. That song was the result of a Ringo malaprop but Ringo wasn't even in the band yet! Also, Pete Best didn't leave the Beatles, the Beatles left him.

Colton C (mx) wrote: Just wait for the end.

Nina S (gb) wrote: The essential Sturges style: get a gang of funny-looking mugs, make them perform slapstick, add a few kids and dogs, stand back. It's simple, really, yet how many great comedic directors are there?

Richard H (jp) wrote: Good performance by Emma Lung but the movie is more effective when it is 'creepy' rather than the explicit 'horror' in the final sequences that hurt tone and stretch believability. I'm also not sure I was satisfied with the conclusion in what is a brisk 77 minutes.

Andr D (au) wrote: Grandes actores en una pelcula que debi haber sido mejor: Jason Bateman, Jason Sudeikis y Charlie Day se lucen interpretando a 3 empleados que deben soportar a 3 horribles jefes interpretados por Kevin Spacey, Colin Farrell y Jennifer Aniston. Lo que pudo convertirse en una punzante stira sobre el trabajo y sus dificultades, se inclina por el chiste fcil y vulgar y se aleja de clsicos del gnero como "Office Space" o "9 To 5". Cranme, para m los chistes escatolgicos no tienen nada de malo, pero "Horrible Bosses" no llega al nirvana cmico logrado por cintas recientes como "The Hangover". "Horrible Boses" llega a entretener y al parecer, sus actores se divirtieron muchsimo realizndola, pero no es una gran pelcula.

bob b (kr) wrote: This is an amazing movie. All the songs are awesome. This site is wrong about a 66 percent. I would say 100 percent.

April M (kr) wrote: They just don't make them like they used to

Anthony S (mx) wrote: I think this is what right-wing bible thumpers, specifically the ones who's greatest achievement was barely completing high school, think happens in colleges. A window into the hopeless idiocy and incompetence of the filmmakers as they struggle to put a coherent film together. And yet devote worshipers will piss their money away on this, rewarding terrible filmmaking and immoral judgment.