Not having heard that war has erupted between the U.S. and Mexico, a wagon train heads west, only to find itself threatened by the Mexicans who have teamed up with hostile Indians.
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Jamie K (ag) wrote: Gripping prison drama, good performances, non-existent ending.
Troy F (ca) wrote: Awesome! I would say that this is a must see movie!Total see this trust me its awesome!
David D (de) wrote: A strikingly original and very dark urban fantasy.
Nicolas M (us) wrote: Aprs avoir sciemment regard le spectacle d'Arthur, je continue dans l'automutilation avec le premier (et je l'espre sincrement pour tout le monde) film de Gad Elmaleh o il se met en scne dans son personnage de Coco le multi milliardaire pied noir ber successuful. Et ben c'est conforme aux critiques que j'en avais lu : nul de bout en bout, subtile comme un line-backer dans un magasin de porcelaine, des bons sentiments en vomir son 4 heures, on frle l'overdose de couleurs en permanence, Gad Elmaleh joue affreusement mal sauf dans les diffrentes scnes o il s'inspire (aller, osons le dire, imite) son grand ami Nicolas Sarkozy. A vomir...
Qingwen H (ru) wrote: Amazing visuals! Flawless blending of CGI and drawn cells backgrounds. me likie!
Christopher B (fr) wrote: Gerry meets Richard Matheson's novel, Hunted Past Reason with a little bit o' The Most Dangerous Game thrown in for good measure. I can see a couple audience members moaning about it being too slow, but once again, if you're going to view the movie as a spectator rather than get into it I hear there is a movie where cars turn into robots you can rent instead. I loved how West immerses you in the tedium of a fruitless hunting trip before pulling the trigger. Once the action starts though, he still keeps the pace at a realistic rate, rather than speed up the editing or action, he leaves it at the same leisurely pace, which surprisingly makes it even more suspenseful. Plus, I was worried about the cinema verite shooting at the beginning, but it wasn't long before I accepted that as well. I film I'd recommend to few folks I know, yet I think it's really too bad more people couldn't enjoy it. Plus, judging from the one other review on Flixster, this is the only movie people are hitting on.
Zach P (de) wrote: One Of The Greatest If Not To Mention The Greatest Live Band To Ever Play On This Earth, Billie Joe has that energy and the spirit to bring out a cloud of energy just like Queen's Freddie Mercury, Who's Roger Daultery, and so many more. This Concert Is such an experience even if you were not there. Green Day begin's there unforgettable concert at Milton Keys with the beginning of the "American Idiot" album, then go into a collection of their greatest hits from previous albums such as "Dookie", "Insomniac", "Nimrod", and "Warning". Some of my favorite performances include "Hitchin A Ride" in which Billie Joe get's a bit to over excited like Jim Morrison of The Doors, and "King For A Day" with the Isley Brothers hit "Shout" to top it off, the only thing's I wish they would have left on the DVD would have been "Knowledge"which is an Operation Ivy song, they normally bring fans to play the instruments. But besides that this is a one of a kind performance it totally rates up there with other perfromances like Queen's "Live At Wembley Stadium", and The Who "Live At Isle Wright". Plus It's one nice way of telling our corrupt politicans to screw off in a time when people were edgy about what to say on Television/Radio. 5/5
Niek S (de) wrote: Playful sequel, that's messy, but in a good way.
Brooks B (jp) wrote: I love this movie, I've loved this for a long time
Mary E (de) wrote: This is one of the most moving films I have ever seen. Good writing, good cast, good acting, good everything
Kent L (ru) wrote: yet another great teamup of Ringo Lam and Chow Yun Fat
Lars P (it) wrote: Gotta love the 80's :-D
Michael S (kr) wrote: Once you understand that the musical is more of a Hollywoodized tribute to Hans and his gift of crafting tales for a worldwide audience than it is a biographical film, you will come to appreciate the charm this Danny Kaye vehicle brings to your eyes and ears.