Four Fast Guns

Four Fast Guns

A loner (James Craig) on the lam wanders into an Old West town run by a disabled villain that no one wants to fight.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:72 minutes
  • Release:1960
  • Language:English
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:statue,   clock,   wheelchair,  

A gunslinger rides into the town of Purgatory and tells the townspeople he's the town tamer they've been expecting, knowing full well that he shot the man back in the desert. He agrees to ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Frederick v (de) wrote: Trs histrias conectadas de como alguns italianos superaram a crise econmica fazendo malabarismos financeiros.

Tim H (mx) wrote: Cho brings about another rant on the true, yet unsaid faults of America and its societies. With funny punch-lines and an amazing message, she, once again, proves that she is one of a kind

Pradeep N (ca) wrote: This is why the movies need to be made. Such movies can indeed catalyze social change for the better.

Sheryl T (nl) wrote: This was not a good movie at all. I shut it off after an hour.

Malcoln G (de) wrote: Not as bad as the second one, but still up there.

Andrew C (gb) wrote: I remember watching this at school, so I thought I'd give it another go now that I'm older and know a little bit more about ww2.By todays standards, the special effects are average and some of the acting isn't great, but it's a powerful and moving story that deserves to be told.

Matthew K (gb) wrote: Classic Garner and Day film!

Jake P (nl) wrote: Good concept but overall it's just meh

Janessa L (ru) wrote: Must watch, genuinely scary.

Nolan M (it) wrote: A very odd and dissappointing film from Doug Liman. Hayden Christenson gives a shitty performance being the wooden and hollow actor he is and the visuals aren't that impressive. I think the script could've been drawn out a little longer to explain some questions I had about certain plot elements. Overall, the movie sucked.

Allan C (br) wrote: So I recently re-watched "Superman III" and was taken aback by how bad it was, to the point where I wondered if this famously bad fourth Superman film, where Superman crusades for nuclear disarmament, was actually better than the terrible third film. Well, this film is actually worse. After Superman gets rid of all the world's nukes, Lex Luthor makes a Nuclear Man powered by the sun (shouldn't he be solar powered then?) who the Man of Steel must battle. This film was make even more interesting after having recently watched the documentary "Electric Boogaloo: The Wild, Untold Story of Cannon Films" in which this film was featured prominently in the decline of Canon when they abandoned their successful formula of churning out reliable low budget genre pictures and then unsuccessfully tried to branch out into bigger projects like this (which in the end looked very cheap in comparison to earlier films in the series). Cheap, uninteresting, and really an embarrassment for all the talent involved in this film. Oh, and this film seems to feature Pepsi just about everywhere!

Drew H (it) wrote: Lori Petty is a truly underrated talent.