In this tribute to the old time spaghetti westerns with a liberal dose of modern Hong Kong film-making thrown in, Emilio Estevez assumes Clint Eastwood's "man with no name" role. Estevez plays a super-quick gunman on the run from a rancher (Long) and his men out to kill him for killing his son. The gunman gets mixed up with a former Confederate soldier (William Forsythe) who has knowledge of hidden gold. The only trouble is he is also pursued by Union soldiers. When they free a man (Ed Lauter) with part of the map to the gold, they then are also pursued by Spanish soldiers. It all leads to a small Mexican town terrorized by soldiers and led a by a good priest (Joaquim De Almeida) who also has knowledge of the gold.
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Robbie T (ag) wrote: A fair Johnnie To production. Not bad, but not particularly good either.
Kevin L (de) wrote: Enjoyed this one, especially once they got into the court room. Greg Kinnear was good. Didn't like the wife...didn't stick with him through it all.
Jacob D (nl) wrote: One of the most outstanding superhero movies of all time.
Dylan B (es) wrote: So slow and crap. Seriously, would you watch this if was from a country other Australia? I think not.
Weaam M (us) wrote: I watched this over three nights .. but still a good movie .. the meetings matches my life somehow.. and I love Hue Grant anyways .. loved the second wedding love scene
Alec L (ag) wrote: One of the funniest films of all time and quite the philosophical rumination on love and baseball.
Gregory W (es) wrote: another good murder/mystery feat miss marple played by the best miss marple rutherford
Ryan B (ca) wrote: decent movie but the ending could have been better!!
Francisco S (nl) wrote: Bien actuada pero esto no justifica la incoherente toma de decisiones de sus personajes. El policia debe ser una de las personas mas tontas en respirar en el planeta.
Will L (mx) wrote: While, ironically, the screenplay is somewhat lacking, the performances are marvelous, particularly from Cranston and Stuhlbarg. It also has a lot to say about free speech and propaganda mentality, and the message is well delivered.
Steve W (kr) wrote: Easily Moore's most accessible film to date, Where to Invade Next explores the superior practices of other countries. Italy has amazing vacation and lunch hours, France has an amazing school lunch system, Germany doesn't hide its history, Finland has amazing education, Portugal's decriminalization of drug use, among many others. The US is so behind and Moore makes it clear he is not having any of it and want the States to up their game. I really enjoyed this documentary and may have to learn Italian and move there.
Ken A (ag) wrote: oh kore-eda. how awesome you are. fav documentarish director alongside the dardenne brothers. fav film by kore-eda.