Heart of the Rio Grande
As foreman of a dude ranch, Gene has two problems. One is a guest, the spoiled daughter of a millioniare, and the other is the disgruntled ex-foreman that Gene replaced, now just a ranch hand. Gene eventually gets the daughter straightened out but has to fire the ex-foreman and this leads to trouble when he returns intent on revenge.
- Stars:Gene Autry, Smiley Burnette, Fay McKenzie, Edith Fellows, Pierre Watkin, Joe Strauch Jr., William Haade, Sarah Padden, Jean Porter, Jimmy Wakely Trio,
- Director:William Morgan,
Gene and Smiley help an all-too-proper girl Connie in her attempt to run a cattle ranch. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Heart of the Rio Grande torrent reviews
(it) wrote: Another great movie in a long list of great movies from Director Clint Eastwood. A fascinating glimpse into Savannah high society.
(it) wrote: Beautifully scripted movie. All international immigrants will relate to the stories, and I'm sure Turkish immigrants in Germany will be rolling on floor laughing.The basic plot of the movie revolves around Huseyin, a migrant worker from Germany who has children and grandchildren and has just received his German passport. He buys a house in his old village to re-establish roots and persuades his whole family to do a road trip to his village in Turkey.The story of his life is told in flashbacks, along with the complications of 2nd and 3rd generation immigrants "not belonging anywhere". A must see movie.
(gb) wrote: Dark and violent social critic of the UK's 70 teenage street gangs... very good acting by McCarron. It's like a british high-school version of Warriors. And a surprising good one.
(au) wrote: Tava esperando algo mais engraado... muito chato ficar escutando um bando de mulheres histricas reclamando sem parar durante uma hora e meia.
(jp) wrote: I watched half of this then fell asleep. Maybe if I stayed awake I would have liked it more?
(it) wrote: i love this move eveyone should watch it
(kr) wrote: A great and terribly underrated piece of cinematic excellence. The only inherent problem I had with Havana is it was just too grandiose for its own good. You have a great cast with Redford, Olin and Arkin, you have some great dialogue and direction by the late, great Sydney Pollack. But it just didn't appeal to wider audiences in today's cinema. If this would've been released 40 years prior it would have been a sensational hit. Just goes to show how much people's tastes have changed.
(mx) wrote: I saw this movie when I really little - very frightening!
(ru) wrote: A story about a circle of friends who struggle and enjoy life.
(es) wrote: This is an astonishing film for a number of reasons; especially the performances of the actors, but also because it is written and directed by a man about Womanhood! There are so many moments of revelation about so many aspects of that aspect of Life, and so many portrayed by the actors in silence it is simply amazing.
(kr) wrote: This movie was terrible. It's the typical poor quality Adam Sandler movie. There's no intelligent jokes or humor.
(br) wrote: I really, really liked "Born To Be Blue". Not only is it one of my favorite films of 2016, but might just be one of my favorite biopics of all time. Now, I assume that some of the things in the film is not 100% accurate, and that they are there to give dramatic heft to the story and that is fine. I heard this film being described as an anti-biopic, and I'm sure that some of Baker enthusiasts might not like the film at all and that is completely fine. The main reason why I enjoyed this film is because I found this character very relatable; here is a highly insecure, fragile, yet incredibly talented artist who has been fighting with his inner demon all his life; a genius who has a thing for drugs and sex, and personally I love films in which someone tries hard to overcome the weakest and darkest side of them, and I just connected with him at a gut level. Ethan Hawke is really great as Chet Baker, it is beautifully directed, beautifully shot, the music is fantastic, and I loved its non-hagiographic approach to his life. I really, really liked it.