In a Valley of Violence

In a Valley of Violence

The story of a drifter named Paul who arrives in a small town seeking revenge on the thugs who murdered his friend. Sisters Mary Anne and Ellen, who run the town's hotel, help Paul in his quest for vengeance.

A mysterious drifter (Ethan Hawke) and his dog cut a path to Mexico and shoot anyone that gets between him and the border. His random act of violence soon drag a town of misfits and nitwits into the bloody crosshairs of revenge. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Facebook U (nl) wrote: Nice story presented from three viewpoints. It has been done before but not sure in europe. Very well produced and acted. People here are complex but still choose what is best for themselves and have not too many scrupules. Except maybe the one that provokes the accident, but then again, he provoked an accident that was grave.

Alicia M (gb) wrote: Ok movie about categoryh 7 hurricanes all threw the world very long. I love Randy Quaid and Shannon Daugherty. Great Visual effects. Some parts are boring like in the office parts.

Noah F (jp) wrote: An underrated black comedy thriller classic, American Psycho will leave you breathless for hours after the haunting final line. It's subversive, it's allegorical, it's entertaining, and it offers Christian Bale's both complex, meticulous role.

Jessi R (es) wrote: Time to review my favorite movie. Now and Then is an amazing female driven movie and shows male leads are not needed to make a great movie. The main cast of famous women shows the talent this movie brings.

russell b (nl) wrote: Terrible movie from a critic's standpoint: Poor plot, the acting is comical, and the "cheeziness" of the writing and one-liners make Chuck Norris' material sound fresh. However, from a guy's standpoint, this movie has plenty of action - plus one major redeeming quality: two incredibly hot women - in their primes. S. Stone never looked so good; a far cry from what she is now in the 21st century. Not to be outdone, Vanity, in her very brief career, is at her best here. Oh, and to seal-the-deal, there's a healthy amount of nudity, too. Hence, this movie offers a great watch on "guys night out.".

Isaac B (jp) wrote: Great film. I would realy call this a zombie movie because of all the cannibals in it. But stil a great film.

Robert H (ag) wrote: This version is edited from the original. When the man asked "Are you fun?" she replies "Honey, I'm an amusement park." Now, why do you suppose they cut that out?

The M (us) wrote: No, nope, nein, nej, nei.

Jacob M (br) wrote: "Grand Hotel. Always the same. People come, people go. Nothing ever happens." If you look at the films of today, many have all-star casts in them. Films such as The Avengers, the Harry Potter franchise, and Lord of the Rings feature big-name actors in big roles. None of these huge casting decisions would have been possible had it not been for Grand Hotel, featuring a big cast for the 1930's, such as Greta Garbo, John Barrymore, Lionel Barrynore, Joan Crawford, and Wallace Beery. But is it a great film like it promises to be? No, but it was OK at best. Grand Hotel is about the lives of different people staying at the Grand Hotel, the most expensive hotel in Berlin. There's Grusinskaya (Greta Garbo), a Russian ballet dancer who feels depressed in her work. There's Baron von Geigern (John Barrymore), a thief who has a fascination for Grusinskaya's pearls. There's Preysing (Wallace Beery), a businessman who struggles to merge into another business. There's Flaemmchen (Joan Crawford), mistress of Preysing who has a fancy for the Baron. And finally, there's Kringeling (Lionel Barrymore), a dying bookkeeper who just wants to have a good time at the hotel. The film also features Lewis Stone as Dr. Otternschlang, an alcoholic physician who cares for Lionel Barrymore's character. Due to it being the first film with an all-star cast and several stories mixing into one, a revolutionary idea at the time, Grand Hotel ended up winning Best Picture of 1932, beating out Arrowsmith, Bad Girl, The Champ, Five Star Final, One Hour With You, Shanghai Express, and The Smiling Lieutenant. Other than The Smiling Lieutenant, I haven't seen any other of the nominees, but they were probably better than Grand Hotel. Grand Hotel is not a bad film. The casting is excellent. Greta Garbo is outstanding as the ballerina. The emotional complexity of her character and her natural beauty just shines. What's shocking here is prior to my viewing of this, I had never watched a Garbo film before. Boy was I wowed. I need to watch more Garbo films now cause I'm still stunned by how beautiful she was. John Barrymore delights as the Baron, and his chemistry with Garbo is splendid. The other actress who wowed in her role was Joan Crawford. For a woman at the time, especially in a time when women were viewed as the weaker species, she was pretty tough, and I like that in a woman. I was not too impressed with Wallace Beery, however, and I viewed him as a miscast. He was simply too old to hang around with Joan Crawford. But Lionel Barrymore, on the other hand, steals the picture, in my book. I felt the most sympathy for his character, especially for a man who's about to die, and Barrymore sure has heart. What's funny is, that year's later, Barrymore would go on the play the villainous Mr. Potter in It's a Wonderful Life, and I never realized he played sympathetic roles before. How ironic. Lewis Stone was also memorable as the physician. Earlier I said that Grand Hotel was the first film to features multiple stories in one film. It's the multiple stories that things begin to fall apart in Grand Hotel. The story with Garbo and John Barrymore, excellent. The story with Lionel Barrymore, fantastic. The story with Wallace Beery and Joan Crawford, boring. The scenes with business deals dragged on and on and on and it hurt the narrative flow of the picture. Scenes with Beery and Crawford lacked emotional focus and I didn't feel and emotions in the chemistry. Crawford was fantastic in her role, cause I loved the independent spirit in her character. I just didn't feel any connection with Beery's character, mostly cause he wanted Crawford to be his "woman". Thankfully, the film didn't head in Gigi territory. The Beery story lacked emotional connection, nearly killing the emotional impact of the other stories, but Grand Hotel is old-fashioned entertainment, with a nearly perfect all-star cast that shine, especially Garbo, Crawford, and the two Barrymore's, wonderful cinematic shots of the hotel itself, and loads of Hollywood glamor. I'm not sure if the film really needed to win Best Picture or not, but there's are worse Best Picture winners out there. "I want to be alone."

Anson H (jp) wrote: I watched this movie every day, for 3 days once and I laughed my head of each time

Alexander A (ru) wrote: Didn't make too much sense but it looked pretty cool.