Set during the American Gold Rush era, this is an unforgettable tale of an orphaned boy and his wild dog who must battle against the Yukon wilderness and human greed to help save a frontier town. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Il richiamo del lupo
Set during the American Gold Rush era, this is an unforgettable tale of an orphaned boy and his wild dog who must battle against the Yukon wilderness and human greed to help save a frontier town.
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Private U (de) wrote: I enjoyed this bit of fluff. Cute Story, nice bodies. Maked Gay relationships seem pretty mainstream. From this social commentary, looks like we all want the same things our hetro counterparts want in a relationship.
Jason K (au) wrote: This was a great film... funny, lighthearted, and great. Charlotte is great, as all the other comments have said, and Yvan is good as the husband consumed with jealousy.
Kara D (de) wrote: Disappointing, at best. Having just finished "Revolution for the Hell of It", I was disheartened to discover that Abbie Hoffman's message just didn't transfer well to film. I have the utmost respect for Hoffman, and it's plausible that no one could have portrayed him well enough to fit my impossible standards. I am a huge fan of Vincent D'Onofrio, and feel like he did a stellar job. The true flaws lie in the overly simplistic writing and plot development.
Joel N (us) wrote: HARD TARGET is a stylish B-grade action/thriller directed by Hong Kong's John Woo (his first American film). Hard Target stars Jean Claude Van Damme as an ex-military, loner named 'Chance' whose ordinary life as a merchant sailor is interrupted by 'Natasha' (Yancy Butler) an attractive innocent who's come to New Orleans to look for her father. Unbeknownst to Natasha, her father (played by Hard Target's scriptwriter) became homeless and was enlisted by a group of ruthless entrepreneurs that organise 'hunts' for the pleasure of privileged individuals. Hard Target's first half has a certain amount of depth and social conscience (for an action film). For instance a homeless man 'Roper' (Willie C. Carpenter) is gunned down in public after no one will help him. But Hard Target's second half (where it moves from the city to swamps) degenerates at times into downright silliness. The climax in an abandoned warehouse filled with old Mardi Gras floats was meant to be somehow meaningful, but it's not. Hard Target's a reworking of a much earlier film 'The Most Dangerous Game' (1932) about people who hunt humans for sport. However I believe Hard Target got ideas from the James Bond film 'Moonraker' (1979); check out the scene where Jaws chases Bond's contact through the streets of Rio de Janeiro. It doesn't excuse Hard Target's failings, but Woo was reportedly forced to edit Hard Target because of the violence (and it was edited again by Universal Studios). Hard Target was later released on DVD with most of the action and violence restored. Hard Target's still not as violent as some of Woo's earlier Hong Kong efforts e.g. 'The Killer' (1989), 'Bullet in the Head' (1990) and 'Hardboiled' (1992). And since Woo's action style relies on shoot'em ups which would be too violent for mainstream American cinema, Hard Target suffers accordingly. Although Woo's vision may have been compromised and even with most of the action and violence restored, Hard Target's still at times pretty silly e.g. Van Damme swinging from ropes in the finale and Chance's hillbilly 'Uncle Douvey' doesn't help the situation either. And the way some of the less important baddies wear black baseball caps as if they're just there to be shot, beaten or blown up. Also there's this flimsy plot device about the New Orleans police department going on strike which head baddie 'Mr Fouchon (played by Lance Henriksen) and his men use as their opportunity to conduct hunts in New Orleans. In Robocop the police strike was plausible because in that film the police haf been taken over by a private corporation, but in Hard Target the police strike doesn't ring true. Hard Target makes attempts at being topical e.g. Mr Fouchon mentions that the war in Bosnia was an opportunity for him and his men to conduct some previous hunts there, so it would've been better if Hard Target had been more even toned and not allowed itself to mix violent action with absurdity. Although Hard Target is marred by silliness and implausibilty, it's first half has a certain depth. That coupled with it's polished look; it's style and some it's action scenes, could lead you to believe that you're watching something more than a B-grade action/thriller. If Hard Target had more thought put in and stayed within the confines of the city it could've stood out as a solid, memorable and hard hitting action film.
Tans D (it) wrote: There's really nothing great about this movie. Sure, there are a couple of fun scenes. But it's a total rip off of both Halloween and Slumber Party Massacre. Not even the die hard slasher fans will love this.
Cody L (jp) wrote: I enjoyed it slightly more than the original, even this definitely would have served better with an R rating and more blood. It was well filmed, had a great setting, and decent chase scene.
Molly R (it) wrote: This was a really great movie that makes Irish history come alive. However, if you haven't studied much Irish history beforehand, you might be a little lost. I recommend seeing Ken Loach's previous film "The Wind That Shakes the Barley" in conjunction with this, as this shows the aftermath of the events of that film in Irish history.
James M (ca) wrote: Quite entertaining romcom/thriller with amiable performances. Michelle Pfeiffer looks better as a blonde though.
Matthew M (ru) wrote: Steven Spielberg ceaselessly captures the horrors of war without in any way glorifying it. He deserves the accolades he got for this film. The ensemble cast may be the best one ever put together and works so well, anchored by Hanks, who is phenomenal as always.