Paroled - To Die

Paroled - To Die

Meline is taking money from his own bank to drill an oil well. When he finds Doug Redfern's bandana, he has his gang rob his bank and uses the bandana to frame Doug. When Doug is convicted but immediately paroled, Meline has another plan that he thinks will put him away permanently.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:55 minutes
  • Release:1938
  • Language:English
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:party,   chase,   banker,  

Meline is taking money from his own bank to drill an oil well. When he finds Doug Redfern's bandana, he has his gang rob his bank and uses the bandana to frame Doug. When Doug is convicted ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Paroled - To Die torrent reviews

Jim B (es) wrote: I saw this beautiful movie at the Dallas Film Festival and fell in love with it. This is story of a young girl that learns to be a trick rider and subsequently becomes a better person and have a better relationship with her mother really related to me watching my daughter. It is a family movie that has a strong message for young people. I will definitely recommend this to my family.

Rhys H (fr) wrote: Very good and heart warming film

Andriy Y (au) wrote: Didn't really think much of this one

Alex K (us) wrote: My Favorite Film Is 1941's Citizen Kane.

Jos M (es) wrote: Te atrapa por su frenetica y fastuosa direccion.

Grant S (au) wrote: 1864. Lt John Dunbar (Kevin Costner) of the Union Army distinguishes himself in battle and as a reward is offered any post he likes. He chooses to go out west and is posted to Fort Hays in Kansas. From there he is ordered to Fort Sedgewick, the remotest outpost in the region. He finds it deserted and through a series of unfortunate circumstances he is stranded at the fort with nobody knowing that he is alone there, or even there. He meets his neighbours, the local Sioux tribe, and slowly gains their respect and friendship...Well-intentioned but badly executed. After all the westerns showing Native Americans to be nothing but savages, a movie humanizing the Native Americans was due. Dances With Wolves may be one of the first movies to have a balanced approach in that regard.However, that's where anything positive about this movie ends. The actual execution is quite bad. Director Kevin Costner turns what should have been a profound 2-hour journey into a 3-hour ordeal. Every scene is drawn out to the maximum and many scenes are there as padding making the move slow, dull and overly long. As director he also favours long, drawn-out close-ups of the lead actor, who happens to be himself. Seems incredibly self-indulgent, slowing the movie down further and detracting from the plot.Moreover, the whole tone is so preachy, moralising and pretentious. Turns what should have been a natural lesson to audiences into a soap-boxing sermon.Undeservedly won the 1991 Best Picture Oscar. How this won over Goodfellas I don't know. Might be the Academy's dislike for Martin Scorsese or the fact that they tend to prefer preachy movies.

Todd F (ag) wrote: A nice film. Not too many nice films made these days... Pitty.

Jeff B (nl) wrote: More of a coda to Rocky than sparring partner of equal standing, part II nonetheless keeps viewers vested in the continuing saga of the Italian Stallion by deepening the character and then bloodying him up. Taking place immediately after the events of the franchise champ, this chapter asks a lot of the audience, namely cheering for the same fighter in pretty much the same fight with the same opponent even though our titular hero's previous loss defined the character perfectly. Sure, you don't have to win to be a champion, but it's to this powerful sequel's credit that you root for the underdog all over again. Plus, the climactic battle royale makes for some of the most compelling fight scenes ever committed to film. In this PG-rated sports drama, Rocky struggles with family life after his bout with Apollo Creed (Carl Weathers), while the embarrassed champ insistently goads him to accept a challenge for a rematch. At this juncture, Stallone runs the risk of making a sophomore slump and lessening the emotional blows landed by the first chapter. By giving more screen time to the wonderful Talia Shire as Adrian, he actually develops the title character even more. Their romance is palpable, as is the hard-hitting re-match. Stallone might have taken over directing duties from John G. Avildsen, but he exhibits a confidence that makes the transition seem seamless and even one-ups the intensity on the canvas.Bottom line: Much Punch-Drunk Love

Thomas B (es) wrote: A comedy western. Later remade as "support your local gunfighter" (gunfighter is the better of the two movies)

Thessa G (it) wrote: good, twisted ending

JH K (ru) wrote: Posiblemente, demasiado camuflada como peli de catastrofes, tiene ciertos puntos muy interesantes basados en momentos personales, qu hacer con tus ultimos momentos de vida, como quedan las cosas con tu gente, qu ultimas palabras tener cuando decides morir... La muerte en el cine suele tomarse muy a la ligera, por recurrente y falsa. Aqu tiene una aproximacin interesante en un marco SciFi.

Official C (it) wrote: This is an ambitious and action-packed finale that deeply explores the character of Batman, and concludes Christopher Nolan's franchise in spectacular fashion.

Eddie G (ag) wrote: The party to end all parties and in some way gives hope where hope no longer exists. Why not five stars well nothing is perfect however it is a movie I have watched several times. It draws you in and when it ends you are left feeling as though you shared something very special. Not for everyone. The suicides, the inhumanity of the individual finally shining through and showing a true primitive nature with no morals and no salvation. Sex, drugs and booze to numb the reality of tomorrow which is ash. There is no reason why as there is no tomorrow. Just watch it with a view that hope is long abandoned and you are sharing the experiences of people shed of any pretense or mask and that they are already dead.

Madeline M (au) wrote: I liked this movie a lot - especially its unconventional (for film, literature, and the period) look at love and marriage/relationships.