Brothers Dan and Neil Hammond return to Texas after the Civil War. Ambitious Dan turns to rustling and then shady land deals to build an empire. Being held for a murder, he is rescued from a lynch mob by Neil, who is now the Marshal, but there is eventually a falling out between the brothers, good triumphing over evil.
- Stars:Robert Ryan, Julie Adams, Rock Hudson, Judith Braun, John McIntire, Raymond Burr, James Arness, Dennis Weaver, Frances Bavier, Tom Powers, John Hubbard, Rodolfo Acosta, Douglas Fowley, Walter Reed, Raymond Greenleaf,
- Director:Budd Boetticher,
- Writer:Louis Stevens (story and screenplay)
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Horizons West torrent reviews
(gb) wrote: A pretty meh prequel, Monsters University was a forgettable, unfunny, and plain boring film that is not EVEN NEARLY as good as Monsters, Inc. While better than Cars 2, its still disappointing to see Pixar start to churn out films like this now.
(mx) wrote: a decent comedy 4 any stoner.
(nl) wrote: A little slow and clumsy in spots but enjoyable because of the good acting.
(de) wrote: The eroticism and the art complement to make such sensible.
(mx) wrote: This movie was solely responsible for my seeking out Asian cinema (beyond string-fu) nearly 20 years ago. I saw it late night on Canadian television. It was probably the first time I'd seen a movie with a non-white American (or Western) cast that wasn't self-consciously "ethnic." And I came away feeling like I'd seen a lot of people whom I knew. A transforming experience from a light-comedy-mystery. Go figure?
(kr) wrote: Good God what a fine piece of film. "Pimpernel Smith" finds Leslie Howard, who played The Scarlet Pimpernel in 1935, directing and starring as the updated version of the Pimpernel fighting the Nazis in 1941. It's a shame there seems to be no DVD release and only a far out of print VHS, but luckily I was able to find a good quality bootleg on ebay and I highly recommend you do the same. This is a true classic embodying everything I've ever loved about old movies. A dashing hero who is always the smartest person in the room, a beautiful leading lady who effortlessly wins his heart, and the Nazis provide both a purely evil and laughably stupid enemy. Leslie Howard clearly had a lot of fun giving the Nazis a cinematic black eye here, and it's just as much fun for the audience. This one's an easy 5 star rating!
(au) wrote: Fun, Heart warming, just a really great movie.