Lust in the Dust
A group of unscrupulous characters seek buried treasure in the old west.
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Felix W (kr) wrote: A quite enjoyable thriller. The plot line is nothing special but well executed and the good acting by the two main characters makes the movie quite enjoyable. The chemistry between Morgan and Worthington is good and their individual performances are even better. They deliver what they were payed for. A similar statement can be made for Chloe Grace Moretz. While this isn't her best performance it is still a very intense and deep performance. The only disruptive thing is the side story that goes on and draws attention away from the main plot. While it is slightly connected to the main story line it makes the plot seem rather less important. If the focus would've stayed more on Morgan and Worthington's story line the movie could've gotten even more intense and unfold more carefully. This way we can never really feel for the characters and while the story line is good the emotions stay away. All in all we can say that while we have a solid story and acting the feelings and emotions of the movie are mostly absent and the other elements are rather average therefore we can justify the weak 3 star rating.
Kalamr G (us) wrote: some very funny phrases. Excellent performance from Barbara
Robert B (us) wrote: Yes- a bboy movie that doesn't suck! Go home, "you got served"
Re B (jp) wrote: Very rich story. I simply fell in love with the main character Gilda Bess. A woman truly to my liking. And the guy (Guy) extremely brave - daring to accept and love her just the way she is. I was impressed by all the freedom (mental and emotional) shown here.
Derek C (de) wrote: story of a emotionally trapped young man trying to get away. decent effort from nicolas cage as a first-time director.
Bruce B (gb) wrote: I personally found Sluth difficult to watch. And that is strange because it has two very fine actors playing the major rolls, never the less this film left me feeling very hollow once I had finally forced myself to the end. Perhaps it was the environment, I find "modern" house architecture total nonsense so watching an entire film set in this kind of environment very difficult.Also I have very fond memories of the 1975 version that was set in a castle I believe and had far more atmosphere than this film. The film was also very predictable hardly straying from the original in story so there were no real surprises when it all came down to it. Who ever decided to set this in a modern "artsy" house should be boxed behind the ears, it ruined the entire film. 1 Star 12-19-13
Joseph B (de) wrote: The lush Eastman color samurai origin film traces Takezo's transformation into well known samurai and swordsmen Miyamoto Musashi. "Samurai I: Musashi Miyamoto" stars Toshiro Mifune in a powerful role where he learns to distrust and then trust his fellow man. The story comes from a serial posted in a Japanese newspaper in the 1930's by Eiji Yoshikawa and was adapted in a three part epic film by director Hiroshi Inagaki in 1942. But like most war films of that era, it has become lost and Inagaki decided to adapt it again in 1954. Ironically, the man who would play Takezo's friend Matahachi, (Rentaro Mikuchi) would play Miyamoto in a rival film on the same subject.This is the first of three films which were widely popular in Japan but also attracted western audiences as well, winning the 1955 Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film.Takezo's journey from fighting on the losing side of the Battle of Sekigahara and becoming outlaws with his friend Matahachi. They stumble upon a farm occupied by a woman and her teenage daughter (Mitsuku Mito and Mariko Okada). After a confrontation with bandits, the woman comes on to Takezo but when he rejects her, she tells her daughter and Matahachi that he attacked her and forced himself on her. She convinces them to leave and Takezo believes that Matahachi had abandoned him. Takezo worries about his fiance Otsu (Kaoru Yachigusa) and mother (Eiko Miyoshi) in their village and manages to give word to them that Matahachi is alive, this leads to a manhunt for Takezo.
David M (ca) wrote: One of those films I forget I really enjoy until I see it again on TV. At the time when it came out it did seem a bit try-hard, but as the years tick by you can't help but see it's both genuinely & undeniably funny - especially compared to a lot of shit Hollywood pumps out year after year. And although this is a piss-take mocumentary it does showcase many serious themes which are still being dealt with today.
Joe J (it) wrote: The movie is arid and austere, I'll give you that. But I have never seen a movie that made the harrowing hostility and acrophobia-inducing vacuum of space, and the vulnerability of human flesh confronting it, so palpably real. For that alone (and there is more) it is a remarkable ride and a distinctive vision.
Charlie L (it) wrote: Far less engaging, stylish and satisfying as the original, A Game of Shadows is still as brilliantly comical but lacks the thrills and pacing of its predecessor.
Bryan D (ag) wrote: A very powerful movie about the fate of all humans. It's a very interesting concept and thought provoking.
Mando M (mx) wrote: One of the funniest movies of all time. Ben Stiller's best work!
Dann M (jp) wrote: Tora! Tora! Tora! is a thrilling war epic that delves into one of the seminal events in American history. Beginning with the summer of 1941, the film follows the events in the U.S. and Japanese militaries as the two countries head down a path toward war, culminating in the attack on Pearl Harbor. The filmmakers take a largely dispassionate view, showing both sides as professional soldiers committed to their duty (leaving politics out of it). However, this results in a rather thin narrative that has too many characters. Still, the action scenes are well-done, creating an intense and riveting depiction of the attack. An ambitious historical drama, Tora! Tora! Tora! delivers a comprehensive look at the build-up to America's entry into World War II.