Having eluded a posse, a wanted man rescues a woman and her young son from a Comanche attack. He then escorts them to the presumed safety of a U.S. Cavalry fort. Trouble develops along the ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
An escaped prisoner helps a mother and her son flee marauding Indians. Director Gordon Douglas' 1958 western stars Clint Walker, Virginia Mayo, Richard Eyer, Brian Keith, Michael Dante and Russ Conway.
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Jordon J (ru) wrote: A downright pitiful film I mean there were a few parts that had me chuckling but other than that it's just terrible. I say SKIP IT!!!
Isaac S (fr) wrote: +2.5 for actors dancing like real. I can't do any other plus for obvious the reason that you will find on rottentomatoes
Andrew I (mx) wrote: Astonishingly bad, but in a good way. It's never really dull, it's unintentionally hilarious in places, and the action is almost entertaining especially if you're a gun-polishing maniac. The end sequence with the CGI arrow and the voodoo has to be seen to be disbelieved. An ok film for when you've just returned from the pub with a Chinese takeaway.
Bilbo B (mx) wrote: Vertical Limit immediately grabs your attention with an exciting desert-climbing scene. Clips begin to snap and break loose, while bodies plummet to the bottom of a ninety degree cliff. This mishap puts a father, son, and daughter is an extremely emotional and spine-tingling situation. A son must choose to cut his father loose, or take the chance of all three of them plummeting to their deaths. The son is forced to let his father go. Many years later, the son finds himself in the same encampment as his sister due to his climbing partner breaking his leg and needing assistance. The sister and a team of climbers are scheduled to scale a large mountain and record a video at the top for a commercial. However, the weather does not look promising and may end up going sour. The tv guy wants to go up anyway. They all begin to scale and mountain as weather keeps getting worse and worse. It eventually gets to the point where they MUST turn back, but it was too late. An avalanche occurs and the sister, tv guy, and guide fall down a deep crack in the mountain. The opening is covered by the avalanche. A team of new climbers is organized by the brother to save them, but it will be extremely difficult. I cannot tell you how difficult because I have no idea. I didn't finish the movie past this point because I caught a stomach bug. BUT, from what I saw up to that exact point, it would have been an incredible movie jam-packed with excitement and snow. The acting really helps bring a sense of realism to the film. It was definitely an attention-grabber. I would recommend the first half of this movie to anyone that likes snow and excitement. I cannot say the same for the second half because I have no idea what happens. I'm sure everybody's going to be fine. Wink. What? Too much of a spoiler? Who cares, this movie was made in 2000. Who is going to go on Rotten Tomatoes to search for a review on Vertical Limit? ME. VERTICAL LIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIT!!!!
Shawn Q (es) wrote: touching movie with a heart... feel good stuff :)
Rory Fyfe S (au) wrote: Awesome movie. Very imaginative and clever. Sci fi of the best quality.
Roy C (fr) wrote: Two rivaling women with very different personalities enroll in the same acting class and rub off on one another as they pursue their shared lover, a virus-armed criminal caught between the CIA and KGB.
Yelsew Z (au) wrote: I guess it was okay. Not really what I expected but still good.
Super J (nl) wrote: My favorite movie of all time came out in in the year 1960, is scary, thrilling, funny, got a crappy 90s remake and one of the best movies ever, what was its name again? Oh yeah, "Psycho" by Alfred Hitchcock.