Rio Grande

Rio Grande

Lt. Col. Kirby Yorke is posted on the Texas frontier to defend settlers against depredations of marauding Apaches. Col. Yorke is under considerable stress by a serious shortage of troops of his command. Tension is added when Yorke's son (whom he hasn't seen in fifteen years), Trooper Jeff Yorke, is one of 18 recruits sent to the regiment.

Rio Grande takes place after the Civil War when the Union turned their attention towards the Apaches. Union officer Kirby Yorke is in charge of an outpost on the Rio Grande in which he is ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Erik S (au) wrote: Another great film from the team that brought the world Jesus Christ Vampire Hunter and Harry Knuckles. Definite must see for the fans of the gore films of Herschell Gordon Lewis, who is in the film as opening narrator.

ifbaby300 i (fr) wrote: i loveMY FULL LIFE STORY

Matt F (jp) wrote: This movie was much more than I expected, and I enjoyed it tremendously.

Vince N (gb) wrote: Reminded me of this chick I used, "TOO" know; makes me smile!?

Will F (kr) wrote: One of the best movies ever made.

Melissa H (gb) wrote: This is an absolutely beautiful story of the rise of Bruce Lee (played by his son Brandon!). I was mesmerized by the story as it brought tears and laughter. The music is beautiful, but the story is what touched me the most.

Jason R (es) wrote: Good times, no great times!

Eduardo C (fr) wrote: A team of Russian soldiers survey uncharted wilderness and encounter a magical mountain man who knows everything about the wild woods and nature but nothing about living in civilization. There is a scene in which he is gently mocked for speaking to everyone he knows as if nature was alive. Dersu speaks to the sun, the moon, fire and water , and especially animals as if they were people. Kurosawa's elegy to the lost spirituality of the world, the lost, downtrodden cultures of ancient times that had true awareness and purity, but was negated and trampled by the rapaciousness and brutality of modern civilization. The cinematography is downright gorgeous.

Nikolaos S (au) wrote: Amazing pictures,good soundtrack,over the top performances.What more do you want.The Tarantino approval?

Art S (us) wrote: The first film by Abraham Polonsky after being blacklisted in the HUAC era starts poorly with the shock of white actors playing Native Americans, but gradually, the rhythms of the film change from TV-movie awkward to something else: Robert Redford vs. Robert Blake in a strung-out psych-tinged Dr Seuss rockscape.

Miro N (mx) wrote: + Richard Harris and Rachel Roberts- Sometimes went ahead little too slow

Michael S (ag) wrote: This is not a horror film to take seriously... of course, it wasn't meant to be taken seriously. The humour and fun moves from start to finish with a steady stream of innocent fun and enjoyment. The characters were odd and enduring at the same time (though the character of Pete Peterson go annoying with his animal sounds), and the story would've also made a good basis for a more serious film. The interaction between the characters, and the somewhat random gags were a treat to see. The monster, though, was the crown jewel of this film... it look absurd, and was, quite frankly, silly- but that was the fun of it... especially as the movie closes, and you see it sitting on the bottom of the see, using a back scratcher...

Wes S (gb) wrote: The plot is rather slow and pretentious, though it gets fairly suspenseful at the end. It has a few neat twists here and there, and a overall watchable setting, though it doesn't offer a whole lot with it's slow execution and plain characters.