Rancho Deluxe

Rancho Deluxe

Jack McKee and Cecil Colson are two bumbling drifters who make a living by rustling cattle from other peoples herds in the wilds of Montana. Jack is from a wealthy background but left his parents as he resented their posh lives, and Cecil is a Native American half-breed seeking his own path in life away from his father. Both hustle and rustle their way in the world by targeting cattle owned by wealthy ranch owner John Brown. Frustrated that someone is killing his cattle, John hires a pair of ranch hands Burt and Curt to find the rustlers. When Brown realizes he cannot trust his two inept ranch hands, he turns to the grizzled former rustler Henry Beige to find the cattle thieves, while Jack and Cecil are always one step ahead of them, not realizing that their luck will eventually run out sometime.

Jack McKee (Jeff Bridges) and Cecil Colson (Sam Waterston) are bumbling drifters who make a living by rustling cattle in the wilds of Montana. Jack left his wealthy
parents because he resented their posh lives. Cecil is of Caucasian and Native American descent seeking his own path in life away from his grumpy cowboy father (Joe
Spinell). Both Jack and Cecil hustle and rustle their way in the world by targeting cattle owned by wealthy ranch-owner John Brown (Clifton James). Frustrated that
someone is killing his cattle| John hires a pair of ranch hands| Burt and Curt (Richard Bright and Harry Dean Stanton)| to find the rustlers. When Brown realizes he
cannot trust his two inept ranch hands| he turns to the grizzled former rustler Henry Beige (Slim Pickens) to find the cattle thieves. Jack and Cecil always stay a
step ahead of their pursuers| not realizing that their luck must run out sometime. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Rancho Deluxe torrent reviews

Andrew M (gb) wrote: The coming-of-age tale is a hard one to tell. The story and the general plot points that come with it have simply been told so many times, to the point that the tropes are perhaps all too familiar.And yet, filmmakers are still finding ways to make the story fresh and engaging, and that certainly rings true with The Kings of Summer. The feature film directing debut of Jordan Vogt-Roberts, the film is infused with an appropriately lush and warm style not only in its visuals, but in its characters as well. This is a (well-meaning) tale of rebellion with characters that probably shouldn't be as likeable as they are, but the young talent behind these characters has a way with making each one memorable. Whether it's the smooth and slick charisma behind Nick Robinson's smile, or the fed-up angst of Gabriel Basso, or even the wacky (and absolutely hilarious) antics of Moses Aras, these are all characters you can root for, even despite their flaws. Same goes for Nick Offerman as Joe's (Nick Robinson) father, who is initially intimidating in familiar Nick Offerman style, but quickly shows a side of him that is very sympathetic, and very unlike Nick Offerman.The film does that a lot, in fact. The first half or so of the film is almost straight comedy, with the lighthearted direction and witty writing taking the spotlight, but Vogt-Roberts isn't afraid to take this into more emotional territory. Relationships are strained, characters are emotionally broken, all familiar tropes of the end-of-Act 2-beginning-of-Act 3 point of every coming-of-age story, but these plot points are so effective despite being so familiar. The ending wraps itself up nicely and doesn't take too many risks (although one particular relationship takes a different route that can certainly be appreciated), but by the time the credits roll, you're sure to be impacted in more ways than one.It's hard to believe that films like these can come from directors with no major past experience. With just one film, Vogt-Roberts has proven that he understands character and relationships, and knows how to focus on them while simultaneously creating a damn good looking film. 2013 was a great year for coming-of-age movies, and The Kings of Summer is certainly one reason why.

Buddahmann F (kr) wrote: I try to suport black films but this is ridiculously stupid. Not even funny.

Andrew M (ru) wrote: Valiant is a great movie about a little bird going into the war. This movie is hilarious and heartwarming. The plot of the movie is brilliant and it is a family movie. I would suggest this movie.

Alice S (fr) wrote: So freakin' likable. A bumbling bachelor falls in love with a woman with short-term memory loss, so he must remind her of their relationship every day. The reveals of Lucy's dad and brother painstakingly recreating the day of her accident and Lucy painting Henry's face from her dreams despite not remembering him are quite touching.

Marian G (it) wrote: I can't get how it has just 3 stars in flixster... I love it!!!!!

Alvin Y (mx) wrote: I loved this! Cage and MacLaine have a great chemistry together. I really miss the old Nicholas Cage when he used to make some good movies back then.

Julie K (br) wrote: Not bad, could have done more for the sequel.

Sanity Assassin (nl) wrote: the action wasn't even any good. i mean, it's a chuck norris flick.... ya gotta have at least... if nothing else... some good fights, BUT NO, instead we get ape boy Vs. grandad. it looked like a comedy sketch amalgamation of the jungle book and terminator 2

Ibraheem M (br) wrote: Though I don't agree with the morals of the film, but two thumbs up for its direction presented by Hitchcock

Jyoti Prakash M (ca) wrote: Forget the movie, one of the greatest fucking credit-sequence songs ever!

Dylan D (gb) wrote: this looks like such a good movie!!!!!!!!!

Kevin D (ca) wrote: I had the pleasure of having an actress as a friend while I was living in Australia. She mentioned that she was going to be an extra in a movie, and although we made plans to watch it together, I had to leave the country.Thank God I never had to see it with her...Years later she sent me a link to this film on IMDb, and said "oh you should check this movie out. This was the one that I told you about... I played one of the jurors." And since it had been a while I thought; oh why not? It's got Malcolm McDowell, how bad can it be, despite the low rating?Dear sweet lord it was worse than I thought.The acting is terrible to put it gently, even McDowell couldn't pull out a single believable moment to hold the viewer's attention. There is an ensemble cast of first timers, poor talent, and just terrible delivery throughout. The plot is even worse. In a misguided attempt to create a modern Christian comedy, they try and dupe you with what you think will be a funny little courtroom comedy. It's not. It's actually a really bad drama, like a film student's first attempt. I don't think anyone chose what theme they were going for when they made this movie. There is so much Christian rhetoric in this trash that I was literally yelling, "oh just shut it!" at the television. If you don't believe me, just listen to the song in the credits.Better yet, don't watch this movie at all and save yourself a lifetime of regret. Do NOT watch this garbage.0.5/5(this is certainly the lowest rating I have ever given. If there was something lower than .5, this movie would get it)

Graydon B (fr) wrote: Not bad, pretty fun, but still has too much issues at times, but again pretty ok.

Amanda W (fr) wrote: Frustrating and ultimately epic waste of time. It felt like the writer-director was Sybil with multiple plot lines attempting to converge and failing miserably. The suspense and affinity to the hopelessly shallow, but likable characters entraps one enough to not turn the movie off. Sadly, the ending leaves the viewer unfulfilled and scratching their heads, if not plain ole p-o'ed. Too bad, I really had high hopes for Dane Cook's return to the big screen. To be fair, he did as much as could be expected with the ghostly character development. Do yourself a favor and watch ROOM if you are looking for a claustrophobic thriller worth a damn.

Ryan B (fr) wrote: One of 2015 best films now because my new favourite for 2016.