Django's father is framed by his business partner Clusker and shot by a bounty Killer. Django inherits his fathers part of the business and a score to settle with Clusker. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
He Who Shoots First
Django's father is framed by his business partner Clusker and shot by a bounty Killer. Django inherits his fathers part of the business and a score to settle with Clusker.
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Richard R (br) wrote: One of my fav asia horrors. Real good twist at the end. Definately check this out!!!!!!!
Cynthia S (it) wrote: A rather smart movie! I was half expecting the typical B-movie here, but it turned out to be something much more interesting. AND, as a surprise plus, the guy in this movie (James Haven) is Angelina Jolies brother! A very disturbing looking face on that boy. But, in all fairness, he did well. I kind of liked this...
Les B (br) wrote: Beautifully staged and acted with an exceptional story line.
Kim K (es) wrote: Dette er Bernie Mac klassikeren, selvom han kun er med f minutter, styrer han totalt som prst i en kundek.
Taylor M (mx) wrote: Very sloppy, but it has its fun and a heart.
Lynda M (br) wrote: I had to stop myself from laughing, as many take Tristana quite seriously unaware what a complex black comedy this is. Even today, a high percentage who criticise it, speak of the depth even sadness in the story, completely missing the humour which Bunuel created from the beginning to the end.
Alexander G (us) wrote: They both could have fucking lived
Joseph S (nl) wrote: Indiana Jones is a shitty person but this is a hell of a movie.
Kevin M (it) wrote: Ryan Gosling and Russell Crowe, an ill-fitting duo at first glance, turn out to be quite a team in The Nice Guys. They're both hilarious, and Ryan Gosling shines in a funny departure from his typically dramatic roles. The film has the tone and attitude of a classic buddy-cop movie made popular years ago, which works very well. With that being said, it sometimes gives off the "been there, done that" vibe. It moves at a brisk pace, so it can be hard to keep up with the plot, so I can imagine it being rewarding after multiple viewings. This is a fun movie meant to be seen with a large group of friends.