Marshal Wyatt Earp kills a couple of men of the Clanton-gang in a fight. In revenge Clanton's thugs kill the marshal's brother. Thus, Wyatt Earp starts to chase the killers together with his friend Doc Holliday. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Hour of the Gun
Marshal Wyatt Earp kills a couple of men of the Clanton-gang in a fight. In revenge Clanton's thugs kill the marshal's brother. Thus, Wyatt Earp starts to chase the killers together with his friend Doc Holliday.
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John D (nl) wrote: 100% tomatometer rating made me write this review for the most over-rated movie from Bollywood in year 2014. I remember watching this movie in a multiplex where people (mostly younger audience) was inclined towards the other release of the week - BANG BANG. I like serious cinema and in a hope to watch something thrilling and exciting - at least this is what the promos promised - I decided to skip BANG BANG that day and purchased the ticket for what turned out to be a torture for my senses. Haider started out quite well with that doctor's assisting the terrorists and his house getting demolished by the army. But the thrill just ended there. What followed was a series of extremen sadism, one-sided storytelling, anti-army atmosphere and pro-militancy storyline that nearly ducked my mind. People around me were so bored to death that they had to turn on their smartphones and check messages. It was so torturing that I almost decided to exit the hall few minutes after the interval but then I thought why not test my sense to see how strong I am and how much torture I can handle. To Mr. Vishal bhardwaj - Sir, I saw your omkara (I was tortured), I saw your matru ki bijli ka mandola (you raped audience's mind) and now with Haider you proved that you are one most boring storyteller in this country.I will NOT be watching any of your movies again.PS: Btw your production ek this dayan was good.
Connor V (ca) wrote: One of the most hypocritical documentaries I've ever seen. Being a hard core Star Wars fan myself (who even likes the prequels) I will come right off the bat and say the films are indeed flawed, and when you get down to it, every film (with the exception of Empire) has terrible acting. Also the special editions didn't bother because if you look back on the original films, the effects are a tad outdated. George Lucas wanted to go in and fix the movies the way he wanted. So to sit through a 90 minute long documentary where the fans at first acknowledge Lucas's work, to spending a good chuck of the movie hating on him for the special editions and the prequels, to then all of a sudden liking him again for all his hard work was the biggest slap in the face I've ever seen. The fans seriously need to grow up and it's movies like this that make me feel even more annoyed. Avoid this film at all costs
Dan F (br) wrote: ...and I still don't care.
Peter F (kr) wrote: Ingmar Bergman's portrait of a world-weary professor is one of the great films about aging. Victor Sjstrm, in his last screen performance, does a tumultuous performance as a man both benevolent and bitter, and really connects to audience's during the film's warmest moments. A very transient script (perhaps a result of Bergman's hospitalization) also makes the film have a particular mantra for the director's filmography, complete with vivid dream sequences that make the film surreal in parts, yet never distract from it's plausibility. Another masterpiece from Sweeden's most revered auteur, and a singular entry for him if only because it ends so optimistically for a change.
Richard P (ru) wrote: I don't know! Somebody's always looking for something in this part of the West. To the historian it's the Old West, to the book writer it's the Wild West, to the businessman it's the Undeveloped West -- they say we're all poor and backward, and I guess we are, we don't even have enough water. But to us, this place is *our* West, and I wish they'd leave us alone!
Braden S (jp) wrote: Predictable, boring, and uninspired, Devil's Due, proves to be an example for rip-offs and to end the found footage genre forever.
Isadore H (de) wrote: Mystic River boasts an all-star cast that is highlighted by Tim Robbins unnerving performance. The film has plenty of twists and turns that could feel like a little much at times, but Clint Eastwoods professional direction raises this film up yet another level into something that's almost a masterpiece that raises plenty of intriguing questions
Sandy S (ag) wrote: Something about the Holocaust movies are beyond sad. There is a sense of hopelessness in the inhumanity of it all. Never again!! Well acted and well done!