Riding Shotgun

Riding Shotgun

When a stagecoach guard tries to warn a town of an imminent raid by a band of outlaws, the people mistake him for one of the gang

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John K (ca) wrote: Not really comedy, more of a coming-of-age drama that paints in shades of grey a really fascinating father-son tale. The film does a really great job of shining a light on the difficulty with being a minority and the daily struggles/aggressions involved and it has no reservations about being as uncomfortable as possible and showing the awkwardness of life behind closed doors

Yuvnesh M (ag) wrote: I am not going to watch Sonam Kapoor movie ever again.

Jim F (br) wrote: I liked this alot. amusing if not laugh out loud funny. But nothing is that for me. Great to see Andy Serkis in the flesh. I spent alot of the movie studying his face and seeing Gollum's facial expressions. ... And i absolutely adore Isla Fisher

Alec D (au) wrote: "Drillbit Taylor" is one of those old school comedies from/for my generation (by the way kids I am talking about the 80's) that you always remember with found memories where a simple but effective story is delivered with no pretentiousness or forcing of sentiment but instead it is given to you with care and attention with the aim of making you smile, entertaining you and to get you cheering-on the loveable loser hero as he comes through in the end. It is by no means original however that is part of it's charm, it does not ask to much of you except that you enjoy your time, which I did thoroughly and I would go so far as to say it is one of the best performances by Owen Wilson to date. I always found Wilson very hit or miss always throwing himself at roles and hoping something will stick. "Drillbit Taylor" is, in all the right ways, "Superbad" for the young teens of the 80's. It's funny, it's likeable, it made me smile, it made me laugh and it knows exactly what it is and who it is aimed at. Most defiantly recommended.

Logan M (mx) wrote: Darkly funny, and quite moving.

A C N (de) wrote: it was a decent concept, but the acting stunk

Patrik E (br) wrote: Zombie kor nej tack!

Lindsay K (nl) wrote: I'm always hesitant to watch movies about animals...and the hesitation doubles when it's a child and an animal. But Duma wasn't too bad at all. Beautiful shots of Southern Africa. Sure it has it's sappy moments but it's not as bad as some of them out there. Still I'd definitely reccommend it to a little guy or girl. Might be boring for the hyper active kids though.

Shane P (au) wrote: Um....cheesy? Yes. Random PeeWee Herman cameo that ends with him surfing through the sky? Yes.

Orlok W (gb) wrote: The war has come down to the two of us... Sutherland proves that making love is easier than riding a bike--Nelligan steals the show with her beauty...Tight, Kinetic, Well-sustained Tension and Suspense!!

Steven W (ru) wrote: one of my favorites of all time. it has legend, acting, great props and setting and direction is awesome. a great watch. no movie is perfect, but this one has so many highs they more than forgive a few lows, but that's up to you to decide. the words honor, just, loyalty, integrity are fading from society now, this brings me back to a time when those words meant something.

Jeff B (us) wrote: One of John Wayne's finest performances, for sure. He's terrific as a leader of a cavalry regiment during his last few days of duty. We get to watch how he affects everyone under his command and under his watch in a variety of ways. Victor McLaglen provides good comic relief.

Don C (it) wrote: Absolute cinematic garbage. I'm really not sure who watches these, but the slapstick comedy isn't funny, it isn't even in the realm. The joke is played out and no one is laughing anymore.

Taylor M (ca) wrote: This is an impressive movie with fantastic performances all around, especially from Nic the Cage. How Cage pulled this off, especially with one particular quote, I might never know. Somehow, Sir Ridley Scott managed to make the backstabbing twist in the end of this movie absolutely work. Definitely recommended.