Hawken is a rugged drifter and loner who meets and comes to rescue a young Shawnee woman, named Spirit in 1840s Tennessee, whom he leaves after saving her from a rouge group of Shawnee Indians. After taking up residence with an old fur trapper and old friend named Jeb Kline, Hawken later meets Spirit again whom runs away from a local fur trader named Tackett, whom she is sold to. Soon, Hawken is up against Tackett and a posse of hired killers, as well as a greedy and racist land owner, named Hickman, who's long abused son Noel whom narrates the entire story, comes to his and Spirit's aid to help them survive.
- Stars:Peter Fonda, Jack Elam, Serene Hedin, Chuck Pierce Jr., Sue Ane Langdon, Dennis Fimple, Royce Clark, Bill Thurman, Seamon Glass, Joe Kurtzo, Ivan Green, Bear Pierce, Brandon Lewis, Don Lewis, Robert Lewis,
- Director:Charles B. Pierce,
- Writer:Charles B. Pierce
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(fr) wrote: very funny, if Cronenberg did comedy is think it would come out like this.
(ag) wrote: Only watched it because there was nothing else to watch and it had Zac Efron in it and it was pathetically predictable. Plot was predictable, jokes were slapstick and for a comedy, I cracked a smile once when Mikey goes to the party thinking it was a fancy dress party. I had high hopes for this movie but i was really Disappointed.
(au) wrote: The worst movie in the entire world.
(fr) wrote: Not a bad sequel, much like Fast and Furious 3 there is an oriental flavour to the proceedings here which is good for the cars of course, lovely chase sequence at the end of the film with plenty of carnage and wrecks all over the show :) The Peugeot 306 has been tweaked and turned from a serious racer into a kind of Bond car with all manner of crazy gimmicks, some good some lame but its good fun and cool to see it racing against three mighty Evo's (it wouldn't win in reality though hehe) The only problem here is the increasing sillyness of Gilbert, a bumbling 'Inspector Clouseau' rip off and really lame, this character does spoil the serious fun side of this and turns it slowly into a lampoon which unfortunately shows in the next two sequels.
(de) wrote: intense but superficial on some level- must like business..
(jp) wrote: no other word but enjoyable!
(nl) wrote: Misdirected. Had a lot of potential but ended up being extremely boring. I should have know this movie would have lacked a lot of things just from seeing that it's by the director of 'frozen'.. The movie where .. I'm not even going to into how unnecessary that one is. There are about two creature worth seeing, the rest of the movie is really disappointing.
(mx) wrote: I enjoyed this film, despite some of the holes in the sci fi part...Gillian was fantastic in this, and always love Victor Garber.
(mx) wrote: *Shing* *sparkle sparkle* This film tackles the complexity of time travel and delivers a story that will have you wanting to "loop" around and watch it again. The movie had the potential to have the audience confused and wondering what was going on. Instead between the great acting performances and the overall script the only question we are asking at the end is why can't all movies take the time to be this good.
(de) wrote: 86%Saw this on 21/6/14Lord of War is a film that was made during the times when Nicolas Cage knew what he was doing. So the film benefits from a good cast, my favourite being Ethan Hawke. Nic Cage, Jared Leto and Bridget Moynahan are good at their parts, although Jared Leto's character has fewer screen time compared to the rest of the cast. The direction and cinematography are good, but the plotting and the pacing are uneven, which is the most disturbing part of this film. Compared to the rest of the films dealing with true incidents of illegal trade, Lord of War has a different touch and ending.
(it) wrote: A post-apocalyptic film taking place in the 21st century where dragons have awoken from hibernation and retook the Earth starring Christian Bale, Matthew McConaughey, Izabella Scorupco, and Gerard Butler. This is one of my favorite guilty pleasure movies I've seen. The plot is "interesting" with some potential to my taste, the acting is ridiculous, especially with Matthew McConaughey (viking beard, bald head, and fanatical attitude deemed ludicrous to any sane person included) The script is virtually forgettable, and the directing is nothing special, neither is the music nor the visuals, bearing the same ashy, dreary, post-apocalyptic world the audience has seen before. As an action movie, it is a movie not to be taken seriously at all, but somehow, I enjoy this film for sheer entertainment value (It must be either the concept of dragons ruling the world or the over-the-top, viking-bearded Matthew McConaughey).
(br) wrote: A stylish, intelligent and surreal drama of horror on an epic scale. It tells the tale of a pack of mysterious superwolves living among us, older than man, with superior senses, extraordinary intelligence, and incredible power they prey on the sick, the weak, the dregs of society, until the secret of their extstence is threatened, then these cunning breasts become a force so deadly that nothing can stop them, they can kill anyone, anywhere, there is no defense. New York City Detective Dewey Wilson, played in a brilliant, intense understated style by Albert Finney, is called in to investigate the mutilation murders of a billionaire real-estates tycoon and his wife in Manhattan's Battery Park, as Wilson looks deeper he discovers a terrible pattern of killings that stretches to the South Bronx, people are disappearing and turning up in pieces at the city morgue. But a group of Native Americans inform Wilson that a superior species known as "Wolfen" by them, are living and hunting in the ghettos of New York City. Deft performances from a stellar supporting cast that includes the late Gregory Hines in an impressive film debut , Dick O'Neill, Diane Venora, Edward James Olmos, and Tom Noonan. Excellently directed by Michael Wadleigh, who shows us the world as it looks and sounds through the super sight and hearing of the "Wolfen" using a stunning combination of computerized optical effects, digital recording techniques, with Steadicam and camera crane moves never before possible. Filmed on location throughtout the New York area, it includes powerful scenes shot in the South Bronx, where production designer Paul Sylbert erected the largest set ever built for a New York film, the haunting burnt-out church which serves as the Wolfen's lair. Ingenious cinematography by Gerry Fisher, this is a chilling and uniquely satisfying entertainment. Highly Recommended.
(kr) wrote: The Rock manhandles his huge chopper around the skies as California is destroyed
(es) wrote: Incredibly dumb, inept, silly film that feels like a comic book. Not a cool, hip comic, but one of those Archie and Friends public services announcement-type comics. Nothing but the premise is funny, and even that has so many flaws and plot holes that it doesn't work out. It's cool to see Matthew Fox, McConaughy and Philip Seymour Hoffman in early roles though.