Heaven's Gate

Heaven's Gate

Harvard graduate James Averill (Kris Kristofferson) is the sheriff of prosperous Jackson County, Wyo., when a battle erupts between the area's poverty-stricken immigrants and its wealthy cattle farmers. The politically connected ranch owners fight the immigrants with the help of Nathan Champion (Christopher Walken), a mercenary competing with Averill for the love of local madam Ella Watson (Isabelle Huppert). As the struggle escalates, Averill and Champion begin to question their decisions.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:127 minutes
  • Release:1980
  • Language:English,Russian,French,Polish,German
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:dance,   explosion,   epic,  

A dramatization of the real-life Johnson County War in 1890 Wyoming, in which a sheriff born into wealth attempts to protect immigrant farmers from rich cattle interests. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Randy B (es) wrote: Crawling, swimming, snakehead seamonsters eating it's way thru the human buffet? All day long. But awful acting and special effects truly made this a nightmare to watch.

Ricardo H (gb) wrote: BAD, BAD, BAD...oh, and did I say bad? The acting is horrible and even if this is one of those low-budget films, the writing is so jumpy from one place to another that it seems either the writer or the director could not make up their mind what they wanted the movie to be.The intent of what the movie wanted to portray was good, and even if not original, it can be done well, but it was not the case with this one. Stay away from this track, it will just lead you to wasted time

Danielle B (ru) wrote: This movie is exactly what it is supposed to be. ... and I <3 Matt Lanter and will see every spoof movie he's in if possible.

Andy N (ru) wrote: Don't let the rating fool you: I love this movie! It's so bad, and yet so good. There is so much to laugh at in this film and like a really good pulp B-Movie, everyone involved knew exactly what this was. From the lady with the accent that's...southern? (what in the hell was she saying?!) to jet fighters being able to fly in space and fight alien spacecrafts...not just through space, but through time portals that lead to Mars...and then fight on Mars surface and plant nuclear bombs in a mother ship. Yeah...this movie has got it all and the special effects--they're not the worst actually. I'm used to worse, I watched Smallville for its entirety, these special effects are like...early 90s bad. Early 90s movie bad, not television. If you're looking for a late night laugh and you love B-Movies then check this out, you can't go wrong. You'll have a ton of fun mocking it. Everyone who's not into B-Movies though, stay away. Stay far away. You won't get the joke.

Matt T (ag) wrote: About a slut and a religious nut.

dan u (ru) wrote: Refreshing, entertaining and surreal black comedy

Cristle W (it) wrote: One of the best movies I've ever watched. I never get tired of watching it. Cleverly written,Ever After teaches us all that fish can have wings.

Brian B (au) wrote: I had to laugh when I saw this movie was made as recently as 1991. Why bother, this is a terrible circa early 80s type script if I've ever seen one. Terrible, terrible movie.

Ian R (de) wrote: Kind of like Norris vs Jason Voorhees, but with a subplot of his wife having a baby and recurring nightmares. I've seen worse Chuck Norris movies to be sure.

Art S (es) wrote: One of Hitch's early British hits, with Peter Lorre as the charismatic villain. Unlike his 1950s remake (which starred Jimmy Stewart and Doris Day), the central couple here, played by Leslie Banks and Edna Best, don't quite distinguish themselves. But Hitch has always been about plot mechanics and the building of suspense rather than about characterization anyway and the plot here moves rather dynamically from an early murder to the finding and following of clues to the climactic foiled assassination and subsequent shoot-out. Hitch's wry humour is in evidence and Edna Best gets the final word (being an ace trap shooter, after all), unlike Doris Day. As Hitch put it to Truffaut, consider this the work of a talented amateur and the remake to be the work of a professional. Still great though.

Erin B (ca) wrote: A real pleasure to watch...and Terrence Howard is dreamy!

William W (au) wrote: Bela Lugosi is one of my favourites of the first stage of horror presences (not including silent cinema), but compared to his contemporaries (Boris Karloff, Vincent Price and Lon Chaney Jr.), he had more than his share of turkeys. The atmospheric, Hungarian-born, quite charismatic actor starred in one of them here, in this 'Charlie Chan'-knockoff serial. I tend to love them, but this is a minor, 70-minute editing of the 15-episode, 281-minute edition. It has decent supporting players, in Joan Barclay and Bruce Bennett, a woman trying to become an exciting news reporter, rather than simply the newspaper's society column editor, and her boss, respectively, who end up, predictably enough, romantically entangled as they try to discover what and who's behind raids threatening competitor merchants in San Francisco's Chinatown from the business interests of Lugosi's employer, the gorgeous Dragon Lady (Luana Walters). Lugosi gives your money's worth as the despicable and ruthless villain.My copy came from my legendary Mill Creek 50-pack 'Nightmare Worlds', and if you enjoy serials, Lugosi or 30's detective films such as the 'Charlie Chan' series, it's a decent poor-boy's version and worth a watch. I would prefer to see the full version, but that's just me. If you're just marginally interested in them or prefer Lugosi in his more horrific fare, this may prove boring for you, and I would suggest that instead, you stick to his better-known projects with more money behind them and better directors--they offer you much more meat to sink your *ahem* teeth into.

Bill T (ag) wrote: Greatly acted baseball yarn about a losing team and the ways it tries to improve itself. This is more of an acting showcase here as Sarandon, Costner and Robbins are in fine form here. As for the story, well, Field Of Dreams always does it for me.

Kunal K (fr) wrote: a dark, disturbing tale of a seeminly-schizophrenic father of two brothers. Bill Paxton's directorial debut is quite good. Creepy and wouldn't recommend.

Elton G (gb) wrote: This movie wasn't bad, but the cliched plot points and cheesy script take away from the epic action.

Kristina K (jp) wrote: Real, demanding and truthful. Painful most of all.

Stacy G (au) wrote: The film that inspired Alien. This one is not nearly as polished or original as Alien was. This is basically The Thing From Another World( one of the greatest sci fi films from the 50's) in space. The movie is actually well made and directed. The pacing is good and the film looks solid. The only downside is the creature. The creature looks like the creature from Creature From the Black Lagoon, only awful. At one point you see the actors chin sticking out of the mouth of the mask. If you can get past the look of the monster, this is a great 50's sci-fi thriller.