Draw!

Draw!

In the final days of the Old West, a former desperado faces down a now drunken ex-sheriff, who was his long time nemesis.

In the final days of the Old West, a former desperado faces down a now drunken ex-sheriff, who was his long time nemesis. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Carl M (ru) wrote: Three college hunks accept a job offer as the personal assistants to three voluptuous older ladies, unaware that they have just signed on with a coven of witches who plan to sacrifice them to earn their own immortality! Notorious B-movie director David DeCoteau reunites the original Scream Queens of Horror for the first time in years as Brinke Stevens, Linnea Quigley and Michelle Bauer return to the small screen in 1313: COUGAR CULT, which is by all rights a mockery of filmmaking. DeCoteau spends over half the run time filming the boys in various stages of undress as they either shower incessantly or toss and turn in bed (in the middle of the day). The shots would be repetitive at best, but the tiring scenes lose all sense of eroticism as they reach the point of absurdity. The ladies have lost none of their particular talents, and we use that in the loosest meaning of the phrase possible. One can expect all of the same silliness and gross overacting that made their careers in the 1980's, minus any middle-aged nudity. We did find momentary satisfaction in the film's awful special effects, however, where the stationary image of a cougar is superimposed over each of the witches' faces in one of the most ridiculous transformations ever caught on film. While the allusions to the Horror classic CAT PEOPLE is appreciated, DeCoteau falls just short of Jacques Tourneur. And when David DeCoteau's worst isn't good enough, it's time to just film half naked men and forgo any attempts at plotting or character development. Rated: "S" for sexless softcore porn.

Pauly H (ru) wrote: AMSTERDAM HEAVY was a reasonable film to watch but the FIGHT scenes were a bit slow!!!(and where was all the SMOKE)

Bristol F (gb) wrote: Cheesy preteen made for tv movie. It was in my Netflix queu. Seemed like a good idea at the time.

Marcio S (it) wrote: An interesting indie movie that features a likable lead player, that is enthusiastic and persevering but also delusional when it comes about baseball.

Moe E (jp) wrote: I caught Speechless early the other evening and found it to be a nice way to wind down from the rigors of the workday. Michael Keeton and Geena Davis had good chemistry together in this light, romantic comedy set in the midst of a political campaign. Kept me entertained for a while, though the ending was a bit too cheesy...

Taylor N (mx) wrote: The worst Kurosawa movie I've seen. Many of the shots are gorgeous, but it's overly long, and gets tedious toward the end. There are a lot of battle scenes that go nowhere, and the ending is overly sappy.

Jeffrey C (kr) wrote: Elvis proves that he can act.

Augusto A (br) wrote: The finale is quite eerie and suspenseful but it's poorly paced and bland for the most part.

Martin P (ca) wrote: Greasy 80s cheesiness & excessive use of montages aside (11 by my count), I think this movie still holds up. It's a great example of how easy it is for relationships to go sour, primarily due to couples who don't know how to communicate with one another. Before deciding to commit to any kind of long-term relationship, I would recommend 'About Last Night...' (the 1986 version) to everyone (including myself) - and that's in spite of Demi's still-obviously-from-the-play-line (while turning on a lamp), "Do you mind? Good. Cuz I think we've been in the dark long enough.".

Aaron S (mx) wrote: Great story line held back by a director and producer that are as familiar with space travel as is a monkey with power tools. To believe thtrump ship or this crew is what mankind would send to Europa is utterly ridiculous and the characters handle themselves in situations like rookies

Alex F (br) wrote: It has the clichs, yes, but also it has the laughs, it has also a nice heartwarming story and great characters, helped by the charismatic performances by Whitman and Amell. Entertaining and fun for sure.