A group of mostly black infantrymen return from the Spanish-American War with a cache of gold. They travel to the West where their leader searches for the men who lynched his father. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
A group of mostly black infantrymen return from the Spanish-American War with a cache of gold. They travel to the West where their leader searches for the men who lynched his father.
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Daniel T (de) wrote: Death shown in such a matter of fact manner, including one extended sequence of nurses shaving a naked body, makes it seem all the more unsettling.
Ryan H (us) wrote: Vincent Gallo, Faye Dunaway, Jerry Lewis, and Johnny Depp in a film that will twist around in ways that confuses the audience and goes places you wouldn't expect: heck yes I wanted to see it. It's comedic, it's heartfelt, it's sad, it's moving. Johnny Depp plays Axel, a guy who is a daydreamer. His parents told him daydreaming is a waste, but he can't help it. We go through his life the way he sees it, then on top of that we get mixed in with some crazy women who just need to be left alone. Lili Taylor was annoying at first (why does anyone cast her? it sounds like she tries too hard with her voice and the way she pronounces words), but as the film goes on you see that these annoying quirks she has about her acting style actually fits the role. Everyone seems to want to fly in this movie. Faye Dunaway's character talks about wanting to fly. Axel makes a flying machine for her. Then things take off and fly sporadically in this film, such as the fish and the ambulance that carries Axel's dead uncle. I saw the shortened version of the film, but I can't see how making it longer would have helped. These characters are brought together fully, which makes it such a hypnotizing film. Even though Axel and Grace engage in a game of Russian Roulette, it doesn't feel like it was forced in because the writer liked the idea. So many films that want to be strange forget to actually add characters that would do these strange things. Plus, the actors playing the roles helped it to be more believable. I loved the Eskimo dream, then Axel and his uncle taking the role of the eskimos in the end. It's all great. Shows us how we need to adapt to our own needs to survive, like how the fish brings his eyes to one side of his head when he camouflages himself to the ocean floor. This fish makes an appearance throughout the film, making us understand that Axel needs to let himself adapt to these new situations. I also loved Paul's fear of the plane scene in North by Northwest, then it actually coming true when Faye Dunaway starts flying around him. Worth a watch for anyone who wants to see a genuine and crazy kind of film.
April N (us) wrote: Read the book. Much better.
Lora (jp) wrote: Loved it! Great story about getting over yourself. Not deep, but a good gushy movie. Saw part of this for the first time at 5:00 am in a hotel room. Came home, got on Amazon and bought it immediately to see how it ended!
Jess M (es) wrote: Massive let down, quite boring and long-winded.
Stephanie F (nl) wrote: This movie is about superhero who is forced to give up his powers after being called a communist during the McCarthy era. Years later he is called on by the president of the United States to combat his former nemesis, Mr. Midnight (played by Christopher Lee) who is hatching a plan of destroy New York City (pre- 9/11). This movie was made in 1982 and also features Alan Arkin (Grosse Point Blank) and Kate Fitzpatrick. The movie is also a musical featuring music by Richard O'Brien who also composed songs for and played in the movie [i]The Rocky Horror Picture Show [/i](as Riff Raff). Philipe Mora (who directed [i]Howling 2 [/i]and [i]Howling 3[/i]). This movie for me was enjoyable because it was very funny. My favorite seen is when they were testing Captain Invincible's magnetic powers and it caused everybody to lose their clothing. Another thing I liked was the song [i]Name Your Poison [/i]which Christopher Lee sings. The song is so catchy I catch myself singing it at work when I am cleaning the store for closing. Christopher Lee has a great singing voice. I gave this film an 8.
Gene R (ru) wrote: Greatest soundtrack ever!
Jonathan P (us) wrote: Some funny moments that are few and far between.
Josh S (mx) wrote: solid 3 starts until that Stallone monologue at the end, which elevates everything that came before. the credits song has not agreed well at all. the idea that this disturbing PTSD nightmare spawned sequels is itself disturbing.
Jbells16 B (de) wrote: If you're looking for a well written film with meaning and that has a great plot than I suggest you bypass this film. However, if you're lookig for a movie "just for laughs", I just suggest you watch Kingdom Come. I can watch this movie over and over and still fall out of my seat from laughing so hard! Great pick-me-upper!
Buggy B (de) wrote: Not sure why I didn't like this more than I did? It just felt kinda average despite the cast (Duvall, Wahlberg, Mendes) and exceptional acting from Joaquin Phoenix. The plot was interesting with Phoenix playing a shady NY nightclub manager who clashes with his police chief father and cop brother before crossing the Russian Mafia.There were also some very tense and uniquely filmed scenes; the car shootout, the bust, the final scene in the grasslands and smoke and the story seemed epic in it's telling, with events very different than how they started out. Ultimately this should have felt like one of those classic undercover cop dramas (Heat, Departed, The Town) but it just never did. That opening scene with Eva Mendes... is some kinda sexy! 6/2/14