Cowgirls n' Angels

Cowgirls n' Angels

A group of rodeo trick-riders recruits a young girl to join them.

While searching for her dad, Ida - a rebellious young girl joins the Sweethearts of the Rodeo, a team of young female rodeo riders. Ida not only finds a new passion that may changes her life but also grab the chance of finding her father. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Cowgirls n' Angels torrent reviews

Mj F (br) wrote: Weird movie. Violent. The sex was not exciting. The movie is sick--and that is not a good thing.

Alex T (br) wrote: The Tony Stark of Iron Man 2 is more chilling in the age of Trump. He's a blunt, sassy billionaire whose assistant busies herself shielding him from potential sexual harassment lawsuits. He dives into cringeworthy stunts. Enjoying Downey's charisma made me feel bad about myself. I was pretty infatuated with Rourke's physicist-supervillain though.

Ankit A (br) wrote: Awesome movie! This movie brings out a good insight into Gandhi's personal life - or lack of it.


Annie C (fr) wrote: Never knew Chinese people can be so fucking artsy too...He totally over done the artsy part, but it's got a great potential to be a great film! No wonder Europeans love it though, it's too slow, and it's like a painting by Picasso-too hard for me to understand...

Donald Z (mx) wrote: This was a good one.

Grayson D (au) wrote: Well cast but strangely uncinematic film which may have worked better on television.

Lee M (de) wrote: Between a 8/10 and 9/10, the pot boils slowly in this landmark of gay (British) cinema. It is grim and gritty yet imaginative and intriguing as cultures and classes collide, and morals intersect with race, politics, and sex.

Bradley K (us) wrote: A product of extremes that unfortunately does not achieve synergy. Half of this film is solid science-fiction presented with an art-house aesthetic the other half is an infuriating melodrama with questionable sexual politics. It's worth seeing for the metaphysical monologues and stoner montages.

Sarah B (fr) wrote: Really didn't think I was gonna like this but it was alright. Low expectations = Decent flick =D

Art S (de) wrote: The second part of Eisenstein's hoped for trilogy (he died instead of making the third part) was suppressed by Stalin, possibly because of the slam of Ivan's "secret police" early in the film. This feels like a smaller film with a more focused plot -- Ivan's aunt wants to overthrow him and put her imbecilic son on the throne in his place. This turns into a musical of sorts and it turns color (apparently from wartime film stock seized from the Nazis), but the expressionistic sets, lighting, and acting still make the most impact.

William F (ag) wrote: A very emotional whale story.

Sean H (au) wrote: Man one of the Christmas movie. I gave it 5 stars because who doesn't like elf i mean let's be honest. Elf is a really funny movie. I just like it because we watch it every Christmas Eve and it gets funnier every time we watch it .

Andrew B (mx) wrote: Movies that deal with poverty stress me out, they make me feel claustrophobic.Life's rough for some people. Not everyone's born into easy lives. I'm not a part of that group, but I wish I was. It would give me a much more valid reason to be as cynical as I am.I have some problems with the way the ending is set up, as well as some issues with a few of the soundtrack choices earlier, but overall effective at what it means to betray.

Christopher E (ru) wrote: Andrea Di Stefano's directorial debut is a solid one, and is accompanied by great actors, along with a decent crime drama. Here, we follow the story of Nick (played by Josh Hutcherson), who marries into a family that just so happens to be part of a drug ring. Although he cares immensely about Maria (played by Claudia Traisac), Pablo Escobar (played by Benicio del Toro) will drive him to the edge of sanity, and change his life forever. This film, although be it interesting, felt really long. It was a 2 hour movie that honestly felt like 2 and 30 minutes. Even with a slow first half, and an exciting second half, I still had a sigh of relief by the time the credits roll. In all honesty, this movie just felt incomplete. I never really felt like I had closure, and this movie felt sloppy in a lot of aspects. To start, the actors in this movie are what drove me to check it out in the first place. I've always been a fan of Josh Hutcherson, and he gave another great, yet emotional performance here. He honestly seemed too young to be playing the role, as it established that his character was around 25-30 years old, but either way, Josh Hutcherson has not yet disappointed thus far in his career. Benicio del Toro gave a great performance also, and a was a welcome addition to this movie. Even though Nick was the main character, it was probably more of Benicio's show. There were a few emotional moments in this movie too, even if this film doesn't move at the fastest pace. I was fine with the pacing for the most part, but it still felt choppy. The editing was confusing at times and they didn't do a great job of telling us how much time had gone by. Sometimes, months, or even a year had passed by and it took a while to figure that out. Being a crime drama, this movie had a pretty slow first half. Although the first half was passable, it wasn't something I'll remember. It was mostly decent character development, along with a very mildly intriguing plot. The story overall was entertaining, and the director did a good job of making you feel like you were stuck in this situation with Nick. The final half of this movie brought in the question of morality, and it had its share of intense moments. You should probably give this movie a chance for the second half alone. In the end, there's not a ton to say about this movie. The acting was great and it was mildly entertaining throughout. The pacing was slow and the editing wasn't too great, but we get a few emotional and dark moments, along with a solid plot. This movie was just a bit too messy and slow at times for me to give it a high rating, but I will say it deserves a fresh rating.