Captain John Boyd receives a promotion after defeating the enemy command in a battle of the Mexican-American War, but because the general realizes it was an act of cowardice that got him there, he is given a backhanded promotion to Fort Spencer, where he is third in command. The others at the fort are two Indians, George and his sister, Martha, who came with the place, Chaplain Toffler, Reich, the soldier; Cleaves, a drugged-up cook; and Knox, who is frequently drunk. When a Scottish stranger named Colquhoun appears and recovers from frostbite almost instantly after being bathed, he tells a story about his party leader, Ives, eating members of the party to survive. As part of their duty, they must go up to the cave where this occurred to see if any have survived. Only Martha, Knox, and Cleaves stay behind. George warns that since Colquhoun admits to eating human flesh, he must be a Windigo, a ravenous cannibalistic creature. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Faui A (mx) wrote: the great story for the asian movies this one, This film make audience can feel a comedy, romance, drama in one time because a talented cast and the good music soundtrack. In the part ending film, the audience can a feel "bad" but it's awasome when you call "that's is love"
Jinbin L (kr) wrote: (C) 1/2~~~" 1/2~'-!!!!
Mil G (ag) wrote: Cool movie, really shows how disconnected young people become in society. Good nervous breakdown too, not enough of those in movies. Check it out if you can find it...
Margaret S (it) wrote: can't believe Goldie Hawn was almost 50 in the movie...she looked as if she's barely 30!!
Lee M (ru) wrote: Jonathan Kaplan's engaging exploitation nightmarish generation gap film is effective and honest.
Scott R (mx) wrote: Tragic. I am glad I did not grow up in this time period given their hardships. The lack of music made it especially sad.
Djurdjica M (de) wrote: Theatrical. Real life story. I laughed and cried...
JohnnyLee T (au) wrote: Unsatisfying. I hope thus was not Robin Williams' final movie. Poignant because it concerns the death of the character he plays. For this reason, I was able to watch it to the end. Not a good reason to view a film. But I wanted it to improve - even after the embarrassingly insensitive stuttering scene with James Earl Jones.
Michael D (ru) wrote: Probably the worst film I have ever seen. There is absolutely nothing to like about this movie. The acting is beyond terrible, the story is ridiculous, and the script is painful to listen to. These are only a few of the endless list of complaints.