A cattle-vs.-sheepman feud loses Connie Dickason her fiance, but gains her his ranch, which she determines to run alone in opposition to Frank Ivey, "boss" of the valley, whom her father Ben wanted her to marry. She hires recovering alcoholic Dave Nash as foreman and a crew of Ivey's enemies. Ivey fights back with violence and destruction, but Dave is determined to counter him legally... a feeling not shared by his associates. Connie's boast that, as a woman, she doesn't need guns proves justified, but plenty of gunplay results.
- Stars:Joel McCrea, Veronica Lake, Don DeFore, Donald Crisp, Preston Foster, Arleen Whelan, Charles Ruggles, Lloyd Bridges, Nestor Paiva, Ray Teal, Houseley Stevenson, Ward Wood, Ian MacDonald, Wally Cassell, Sarah Padden,
- Director:André De Toth,
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(fr) wrote: An extraordinarily bad crime movie that almost must be seen to be believed. SO MANY good actors are completely wasted in scene after scene of badly-written, trying-to-be-funny nonsense. Truly awful.
(jp) wrote: BEHIND ENEMY LINES: COLOMBIA (2009)
(fr) wrote: Actor Richard Roxburg makes his directorial debut with this amazing film about a father struggling to raise his son while his wife leave the house and get entangled in a series of affairs that slowly disconnect her with her young son. It's a really well shot film, filled with great performances from the cast and a lot of attention to details. The bond between father and son is beautifully depicted and will probably ring true for a lot of people out there whether they are close or not of their parents. It's a good film and one can only hope Roxburg would continue to explore the directing side of cinema because he definitely has an eye for it and a beautiful way to communicate with his audience through films
(es) wrote: This movie was a realistic look at falling in love. If you like Before Sunset and Before Sunrise you will like this film.
(au) wrote: The beginning of an endless string of pointless sequels.
(au) wrote: a really weird and fun thriller with a lot of twist and turns
(it) wrote: It's sad how cynical some of the reviewers how critiqued this film. I view it as a man (Eddie Murphy) awakening the consciousness of a lost TV shopping network mogul (Jeff Goldblum) . If you understand this relationship, the rest of the film, falls into place.
(it) wrote: Love this movie wish tupac was still alive he is a good actor
(es) wrote: Great Hong Kong action film.
(it) wrote: Screenplay is poor and one twist too many makes the plot suffer despite good effort from the cast
(jp) wrote: One of the Better 70s Godzilla--The Penultimate Film!!
(it) wrote: I loved this movie. Shirley MacLaine is edible (as always) and Bob Fosse continually spices up the narrative with fun innovation. The love story was beautifully genuine and the musical numbers were a whole lot of fun. The only flaw was that it ran a bit long. Some of the numbers could have been shortened or cut out entirely. But it's definitely a clear forerunner to Cabaret, exploring nearly all the same themes and utilizing similar framing and choreography. Cabaret is undoubtedly superior, but Sweet Charity is quite the hidden gem.
(us) wrote: Novel idea, reasonably well executed.A private investigator, Phillip Marlowe (yes, THE Phillip Marlowe, of Raymond Chandler fame), is hired by the female editor of a magazine to find the missing wife of the owner of the magazine. His subsequent investigations unearth some intriguing findings, and make him some unlikely enemies... The whole movie is seen from the perspective of Phillip Marlowe.Quite novel, due to the First Person Point-of-View aspect throughout. It feels gimmicky from time-to-time but generally does not weaken the movie or become tedious. At times it is great for heightening the tension, as you feel as if you are in Marlowe's shoes.Intriguing, tense story with some good twists along the way.Robert Montgomery is miscast as Marlowe. His lines feel forced and he doesn't have the look of a wisecracking private investigator. Was Humphrey Bogart not available? He gives a great Marlowe, wise-cracking and cool without sounding misogynistic or overly macho. The fact that Montgomery is also the director might have something to do with him being in the lead role... Supporting cast are okay. Audrey Trotter puts in a good performance as Adrienne Fromsett. Pick of the bunch is Lloyd Nolan as Lt. DeGarmot.
(ca) wrote: [i]Tomorrow Is Forever[/i] is a great movie. I think Claudette Colbert and Orson Welles are great together. Although, Orson Welles rarely played the romantic lead, he's wonderful as Joh. I cried during most of the movie the first time I saw it. There are wonderful performances by George Brent and a young Natalie Wood. [i]Tomorrow Is Forever[/i] is a movie you need to see at least once! It's an amazing film!
(au) wrote: Gripping psychological thriller where you guess who will actually try to do what where and how, and then see it unfold. Masterful. Welles orations tend to run on, otherwise there's a good pace. This is why we don't trust anyone smarter than us.
(kr) wrote: Gritty, raw, and real
(ca) wrote: Este pico de 3 horas de duracin acerca de 3 generaciones de pioneros en la conquista del oeste, sufre en la pantalla de televisin, ya que fue filmada en Cinerama. Sin embargo el grandioso elenco que incluye a James Stewart, Gregory Peck, Debbie Reynolds y George Peppard, entre muchos otros, las emocionantes escenas de accin y la excelente fotografa compensan con creces la falta de una pantalla gigante.