John Russell, disdained by his "respectable" fellow stagecoach passengers because he was raised by Indians, becomes their only hope for survival when they are set upon by outlaws.

The film is based on a novel by Elmore Leonard. It is about John Russell who gets many difficulties because he was raised by Indians. One day, he becomes the only hope for survival when a deadly battle occurs. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Jonathan A (jp) wrote: Best horse-opera I seen in years... Jonboy sez: chekkitout!

Sgt C (ru) wrote: (56%)An effective supernatural horror with a strong central performance from Barbara Hershey, as well as decent production values, and capable support. The movie is a lot more rape focused than I was expecting, and this has even more of it than some of the nastier exploitation movies. But with the attacker being an invisible ghost, as well as the story being based on "real" events this didn't fall foul of the censors or the general public. At just over two hours long this really could have done with a trim to get it down to 90 mins, but as a fairly well made, spooky, and quite hard hitting horror that is still watchable today this isn't too bad at all.

Nir N (es) wrote: This is the greatest movie I have ever seen. An amazing story. A diverse cast of characters. Entertaining writing. Superb actors. Great cinematography. I absolutely love it to death, I seriously recommend it.

Marilyn B (ag) wrote: lovely viewing for a late night curled up on the sofa.

Tom S (de) wrote: Inarritu's debut film, back when he was good. Most impressive is how after the exhilarating speed of the first act, the second act, something of a domestic drama, slows down considerably and still manages to deliver the goods, perhaps the best piece in the film. I can't say it all ties together successfully (act three should have made us care about the protagonist's relationship with his daughter) but on the bright side, it does beat Birdman.

Adam K (jp) wrote: Fun, spastic and independent at its core, this is an entertaining, yet all too realistic and uncomfortable look into the process of getting a film made. Between on-set disasters and crew members mouths running rampant, one should find as much head slapping situational humor that they could ask for in the simple pleaser from indie man Tom DeCillo. The entite cast fits like a comfortable shoe and its approach to the almost redundant process of getting that scene right is pure gold. Peter Dinklage in one of his earliest roles in a gem to watch.

RetroMagFan (es) wrote: Decent film from Richard Williams with amazing animation.Don't watch the crappy Miramax version, for the real experience watch the Recobbled cut.

Paul L (mx) wrote: The film that inspired Stanley Kubrick to make Full Metal Jacket may not be the best war film ever made, but its influence on some of the most successful Vietnam movies of all time is evident. This is the Funky Drummer of Vietnam movies and Kubrick, Coppola and Stone have sampled it right down to the characters and dialogue. It looses its way a little towards the end, becoming more Escape To Victory than Hamburger Hill, but on the whole this is an enjoyable and well directed Vietnam romp with enough drama and humour to make us actually care what happens to the boys in Company C.

Anne F (us) wrote: This was a very mixed up mixture of crime, romance, comedy that was watchable without being good.

Debbie B (kr) wrote: Danny Kaye is wonderful!

Daniel D (au) wrote: Stalone um assassino profissional que cai em uma cilada e seu parceiro morto, sendo que ele faz uma parceria com um policial, porm ambos com dois ps atrs e sempre um salvando a vida do outro pra compensar... no final mata todo mundo e descobrem que os criminosos estavam pagando toda a cidade pra desviar dinheiro...

Chloe M (ca) wrote: It's ok but it get a bit boring if u watch it over and over again xx

Andrew M (kr) wrote: The trilogy ends perfectly. The Hangover Part III was not like the first two. Again, I couldn't stop laughing it was so funny and enjoyable. I would very much suggest this movie.