In South Dakota, in an Indian reservation, an old storyteller Indian asks his grandson Shane, who is in trouble owing money to some bad guys, to take his old pony and him to Albuquerque to the great powwow, an Indian meeting. While traveling, Grandpa tells mysterious Indian tales of love, friendship and magic.
- Stars:August Schellenberg, Eddie Spears, Gary Farmer, John Trudell, Chaske Spencer, Teneil Whiskeyjack, Alex Rice, Michael Greyeyes, Tantoo Cardinal, Dakota House, Sean Wei Mah, Sage Galesi, Gordon Tootoosis, Floyd 'Red Crow' Westerman, Sheila Tousey,
- Country:USA, Canada, Germany
- Director:Steve Barron,
- Writer:John Fusco
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(de) wrote: Those who gave such a low score probably expected another kind of movie. The plot is simple. This is a feel good romantic movie and as such has met its goal, and beyond.
(it) wrote: do i become "dead from the neck up" putting my time in for the next 40 years, or do i go after it? makes for a good story, and a good movie. not your typical Gervais movie tho. some great funny stuff, but lots more too.
(kr) wrote: This had potential but ended up sorely disappointing. The gore in it was decent and Michael Berryman is rad but most of the acting wasnt that impressive and overall the film was just too slowpaced.
(ru) wrote: Timothy Olyphant is the only reason to watch this movie. He is a stand out.
(ag) wrote: one of my most favorete clive owen film! this is an example of how a film of the thriller grene should be! X
(ca) wrote: Terrible. Just terrible.
(it) wrote: Look at that fucking cast...how could I NOT want to see this movie.
(mx) wrote: Director Bryan Spicer and writers Jana Howington and Steve LuKanic have seemingly infused the farm sections with more life, more character, to evoke the feeling that the country life is better, realer than that in urban areas. Most of the film's limited humor comes as a result of Allen, who occasionally displays an aptitude for physical comedy. There's also a mildly amusing gag concerning an old man who arrives at 4:45 am each morning to get everyone up for the day's work. Larry Miller is supposed to be funny, but I never found myself laughing at his uptight, tough guy routine. The Sextons in the last scene are virtually unrecognizable as their former selves, and Allen's and Alley's deliveries are more natural, more plausible. No masterpiece, but it does have heart and some laughs. VERDICT: "In The Zone" - [Mixed Reaction] These kinds of movies are usually movies that had some good things, but some bad things kept it from being amazing. This rating says buy an ex-rental or a cheap price of the DVD to own. If you consider cinema, ask for people's opinion on the film. (Films that are rated 2.5 or 3 stars)
(kr) wrote: Manic headfuck. One of the best war films I have seen... together with The Odd Angry Shot, Paths to Glory and Gallipoli.
(es) wrote: I really enjoyed the movie a real lot. The flying stunts in this movie are unbelievable. The flying stunts will keep you in your seat until the very end. I highly recommend this movie for you to watch and add to your movie collection.
(fr) wrote: 80's slasher flick borrows liberally from Halloween in terms of plot points and suspense techniques, but still throws in enough clever moments of its own to provide a decent hour and a half diversion. Don't expect many surprises, though; ultimately this one is very predictable.