From T.C. Christensen, director of the sensational pioneer film, 17 Miracles, comes the heroic true story of a simple man who was called to do the work of angels. Ephraim’s Rescue relates the story of Ephraim Hanks: a rescuer of the Martin Handcart company. Follow Ephraim as his adventures lead him to join the LDS Church and ultimately to one of the most heroic rescues in American history. With a unique desire to help and strengthen others, Ephraim learns that each choice we make can prepare us for what lies ahead. He discovers, through it all, that decisions determine destiny.
- Stars:Darin Southam, Richard Benedict, James Gaisford, Koleman Stinger, Katherine Nelson, Mia Selway, Daniel Sappenfield, Nancy Peterson, Cameron Asay, Charley Boon, Ryan Buchanan, Joshua Cooper, Travis Eberhard, Ken Eklof, Jeremy Hoop,
- Director:T.C. Christensen,
- Writer:T.C. Christensen
By listening to and following his heart, Ephraim Hanks finds his way in life and eventually provides relief and rescue to the suffering Martin Handcart Company. Based on a true story. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Ephraim's Rescue torrent reviews
(ru) wrote: One of the worst movies I have seen in a long time
(nl) wrote: Boring! You definitely need some whisky to be able to watch this until the end. A Uruguayan movie in which nothing happens! The guy who lives in Brazil is so annoying. But I liked how it was very colorful movie.
(jp) wrote: Jonah - A VeggieTales Movie is brilliant. VeggieTales tells one of the greatest stories from the Bible in its true form and it is perfect and fun. I would very much suggest this movie.
(de) wrote: viewed on 5/9/04 (Sun)I scoffed at this Jim Carrey movie when it was released. I was truly puzzled that no one seemed to mind this irritating 'talented' comedian. Over the years I grow to respect him. THE TRUMAN SHOW. MAN ON THE MOON. I would like to see Jim Carrey be seriously taken by Oscars one day. I think if I watched this movie earlier, I would have changed my opinions about Mr Carrey even before THE TRUMAN SHOW.I remember when I was browsing for titles for some light entertainment, I wanted to borrow this one but it was always on loan. When I finally found it, I grabbed it like a kid would. I wasn't expecting a great movie but just for a few laughs. I like the story idea but I did not seriously think they will move it to a higher ground. Hee... I am wrong. It actually moves me. Yes. I laughed at Jim Carrey's outrageous antics. How did he do all that without getting hurt? I like the part when he tells his son that some people make a good living making funny faces. Haaa... only an idiot cannot tell it is a reference to himself. Yes. Good living and this is a good movie. He really make good use of his rubber face. There are some really touching moments. I surprise myself when I do not even feel goose pimples when Jim Carrey sprouts those 'mushy' lines. Hey. He is so sincere that you will also believe he is serious for once. I love Jim Carrey even more in his interviews. I see him as a serious and professional actor, who respects comedies, with a big big sense of humour. Plus he is not a show-off as I have always perceived. Rating: B+
(au) wrote: While it's admirable that they tried to continue the series, I think this was a classic best left alone. While the animation is still as stunning as ever, it does not possess the memorable characters or dazzling musical numbers or the great dialogue that made the first one so original and great. Not a complete failure, but it's far from a worthy predecessor either.
(us) wrote: Social realism and bitter lifein a working class communityin Britain. Very human story.
(fr) wrote: Liked this one. Would watch it again.
(de) wrote: While it will pale next to Shane Black's upcoming take, this 70s version of the pulp's Bronze genius is still cheesy fun. However, said cheese, including weird sight gags, lanky effects and a goofy theme song, will grate on some.
(gb) wrote: Great comedic moments from Hope in this classic.
(ca) wrote: I think what made this movie "good" as well as bad is because it never really tells much of itself. The mystery here only lies on the fact that you never know quite anything as opposed to mystery because of a dilemma or of an intrigue. It never quite milks it awesome premise to the fullest not to mention Quentin's (bad) bulging eyes acting. It's like finding a box on the welcome rug of your home which you can never open to know what's inside. At first it's intriguing in the end it's frustrating.
(us) wrote: Wow, this is just terrible. Besides not feeling like a Bond movie until about halfway through, the opening was just awful with Bond smiling even though he's supposed to be seeking revenge and grieving for the death of his wife. Then we got Charles Gray who's not the least bit menacing as Blofeld, another redneck stereotype played by Jimmy Dean and Lana Wood in a glorified cameo that is just insulting to anyone. I mean, she got like 8 minutes of screentime, she's a gold-digging whore for the better part of that time and then instead of being another of Bond's conquests, she gets thrown out of a window. The next time you see her, she's dead. Her character added nothing to the story and seemed more like the writers forgot to write a second Bond girl into the movie so they just threw her in at the last minute. Moneypenny, Q and even M all got the shaft with limited screentime as well. The reason for that also being the reason I don't like this movie, Bruce Glover and Putter Smith. They tried the whole "saying shit calmly and in tandem to give the impression that they're badass" but failed on all counts. What should've been a creepy as hell line reading to give off a cold and calculating presence to the movie was probably the worst acting I've ever seen in a big budget film. They tried to be cool, they failed. They tried to make it seem as if their shitty line reading was a character trait, they failed. They even tried to kill Bond by poking him with shish kabobs that they set on fire and all that happened was probably the cheesiest death in a Bond movie I've ever seen, all because of Putter's terrible acting. If it wasn't for Jill St. John looking hella hot in the purple bikini despite the short hair and Connery who even though he was obviously aging and just not into it anymore, still managed to get some great one-liners in and kick some ass, this movie would be a complete waste of time. Still, Connery, St. John, a few choice moments, a couple of laughs and that awesome theme song make this at least worth a viewing. Plus you can make a drinking game out of it. Take a shot every time you feel like killing yourself because Glover and Putter are onscreen. I mean, geez...they're just terrible...
(es) wrote: It's funny, predictable, and makes an obvious statement on sad truth of marriage relationships.
(de) wrote: a highly stylized film... kind of a throwback nowadays.... its almost style over substance until s*#t gets real... a very good performance from Richard Gere - better than any I can think of at the moment... I just wish it had been more substantial overall...