When Confederate soldier Matt Weaver returns to town after the Civil War, he finds that his home has been sold by town boss Sam Brewster. Brewster hires gunfighter Jules Gaspard d'Estaing to deal with Weaver, but d'Estaing's independent approach settles the town's problems in a very unorthodox manner. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Luigi C (de) wrote: A must see. A spot on cast and a beautiful direction. Simply a masterpiece.
Belinda R (ca) wrote: Too grimy for my taste
Miguel R (us) wrote: A rather decent Sci-Fi channel movie(ie. to other sci-fi channel garbage). It was at least entertaining and mostly realistic(assuming giant worms exist), although not on par with the original Tremors.
Steven B (es) wrote: Went with some friends and we enjoyed the story, but it isn't much of a film. About 80% of it is close ups of Nick Rosen, talking or sweating or looking confused. Only one scene where his cool is broken by thinking about how he misses seeing his Mom. Probably as interesting was the film makers admission that she wanted to 'prove' Yoga led to enlightenment by making this film. Ms Churchill deserves credit for going ahead on the project which, at times, makes her look a little silly. Obviously sticking someone into Yoga, or mediation, or anything is not going to automatically lead to spiritual change if they don't want it. Mr. Rosen obviously gets his spirituality out of rock climbing, and that is just as well. Not a bad way to spend an hour and a half, but like Mr. Rosen you'll probably come away unchanged.
Karan K (fr) wrote: Dazed and confused for the next generation...not as good as the original though,
Rodrigo G (us) wrote: .5/10 por pelculas como esta es que el cine mexicano no vale la pena
T C (mx) wrote: All time favorite love story!
Bill M (ru) wrote: Repo Man is a punk rock "fuck you" to everything about the inane, junk obsessed, apathetic consumer culture that we find deafening out anything even remotely substantial in our lives every day, it applies both to the style and surface addicted 80's and the status and fame addicted 2010's, sometimes you just want to get in that glowing car and fly the fuck away from it all so you dont have to hear it.
Arianna B (us) wrote: This movie got me real paranoid during my childhood ...and no other movie has scared me since..but I was only a little kid lol. No horror and or thriller movie scares me :] hehe.
Walter M (nl) wrote: "The One that Got Away" starts with Oberleutnant Franz Von Werra(Hardy Kruger) crash landing his airplane in England. When he sees the man with the meat cleaver running towards him, he knows the gig is up and surrenders promptly. But he has no intention of sticking around long for the polite English interrogation, promptly requesting a move to a prison camp. That's before he makes a bet with an English commanding officer that he will successfully escape.You can have your gaudy special effects. I'll take some good old fashioned exciting filmmaking like which is featured in "The One that Got Away," directed as well as it is by Roy Ward Baker, even if it does start a little slow.(Great title, too.) For my money's worth, Von Werra making a break for it is the most breathtaking sequence I have seen in a good long time. While there are hints to his backstory, this is also detailed in life on the homefront of England during World War II where men do not listen to women at their own peril.(Short of the current television series "Manhattan," this is also one of the few post-war entertainments that connects the World Wars.) As far as Von Werra who survived on pure bravado goes, this was actually only part of his journey, as the endnote puts it with no shortage of irony.
Mitchell S (mx) wrote: cute, suspenseful, heartwrenching, now this is a k-drama
Eduardo R (kr) wrote: An original kind of weirdness is hard to find nowadays. Perfect Sense isn't a masterpiece but unique, indeed.