This rather unusual 50s western is set in a town where men may not enter. The town is controlled by a woman gambler who eventually succumbs to the allure of a handsome and persistent cowboy. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
This rather unusual 50s western is set in a town where men may not enter. The town is controlled by a woman gambler who eventually succumbs to the allure of a handsome and persistent cowboy.
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wandra l (es) wrote: Wonderful, heartfelt, feel good movie about Roberto Duran and his amazing trainer. The cast is spot on and the performances are memorable. The boxing is realistic and done with such style it makes you understand what it feels to be on top of the ring. These boxers did it all for honor, country and family, and when Duran strays its his honor, his love for his country and his family what brings him back to become a champion again. Sugar Ray Leonard and Ray Arcel are both described as the gentlemen that made Boxing a true sport. Great movie, glad I saw it on the big screen.
Anssi L (ag) wrote: Never want to see again.
Wesley H (de) wrote: Tarzan is one of the last few 2-d animated films from Disney. Watching it makes me wish there were more of them today in our CGI saturated movies.
Jason O (ru) wrote: "Blue Chips" is one of my favorite basketball movies. I've seen it a few times and it still doesn't get old. A coach (Nick Nolte) that has always had a successful career as coach of Western University is facing the threat of his first ever losing season. He has to find a way to get his team back on a winning streak, even if it means finding new and better players. Nick Nolte does a spectacular job as the coach, but that's not the only reason that "Blue Chips" is such a realistic and great basketball movie. If you're familiar with NBA basketball, you'll see a lot of players that you know from today's game such as Penny Hardaway and Shaq. You'll also see other basketball legends such as Larry Bird and Bob Cousy. When it's gametime, it's as realistic as a movie can get. It has powerful coaching, spectacular defensive and offensive movies, the roaring crowd, and even the press conference after the game. "Blue Chips" has more drama in it than just about any basketball movie ever made. If you'd like to see a realistic basketball movie, I recommend getting "Blue Chips." It won't let you down. NOTE: That was my Amazon review from the year 2000. It's definitely one of the better basketball movies, and easily Shaq's best, although it doesn't really feature him.
Urbain S (ru) wrote: I really like this movie and the music is great!
Mohamed A (fr) wrote: Pasolini's exceptional movie "Teorema", does feature all the consequential elements that all movies shall obtain .In fact all the imaginaries that the movie provide are developed to a high degree of complexity and are beyond the doubt one of the most convoluted imaginaries I have ever seen . Pasolini demonstrates his vividness behind the camera and carefully masterminds his most meaningful picture that provides all powerful meanings that center on religion and other meanings that involve god and goddesses .
Chris W (au) wrote: A man goes out looking for his missing brother and is joined by two of his friends, Along they way they meet up with a fugitive who joins them after they try to stea la boat he was hiding out in. During their search, they end up being attack by a giant sea creature named Ebirah who causes them to get shipwrecked on an isalnd run by a terrorist organization called Red Bamboo. Red Bamboo have enslaved the island's natives and use Ebirah as an enforcer of sorts as they go about doing nefarious things. Along the way, the 4 travelers and the native prisoners find Godzilla and try to use him to help defeat Red Bamboo. It's a ridiculous plot, and it's all pretty silly, but hey, this is a monster movie, not high art. Besides Ebirah and Godzilla, Mothra makes an appearance, as does some unnamed condor who shows up and pesters Godzilla. I just love how on the dvd case there's a label declaring "Godzilla fights in a war against terror!" It adds to the fun camp value of things, even though this isn't really that good or interesting of a movie. This movie is a little slow, and a tad boring even, but it does pick up and get better as it moves along. I just wish there would have been less stuff with the humans and more stuff with the monsters. This movie does have it's moments, and if you want a few laughs it does the job, but overall, you could skip this and you wouldn't regret it.
Anthony I (mx) wrote: One of cinema's most cherished pictures. A japanese tale, that is oddly enough, similar to tales we hear of in America. This movie fascinatingly studies the inevitable separation of families, and the inevitable painful regret one could have after a parent's death. This is a deep character study. I feel like a uncultured fool for saying this, but at times, it just seems uneventful. A lot of dialogue, and not a lot of action. Some of the shots are amazing. I appreciated the camera work in some of the conversation scenes, with the camera placed at ground level. Very complimentary of the Japanese custom, and very clever of Ozu to structure the image as such, in such a talky film. All in all, keep a very sharp attention span throughout, or you will be very agitated. It's a film worth giving a chance, namely through it's notoriety alone.
Ralph R (jp) wrote: I'll eat an Irish grape farmer's Scottish terrier before I watch this eggnog-o-rama.
Nick P (kr) wrote: Great DVD, exceptionally well produced and edited, great sound and one of the best bands in the history of music, what more do you want?