Rough Riders

Rough Riders

In 1898 the US government decided to intervene on the side of the Cuban rebels in their struggle against Spanish rule. Assistant Navy Secretary Theodore Roosevelt decides to experience the war first hand by promoting and joining a volunteer cavalry regiment. The regiment, later known as the Rough Riders, brings together volunteers from all corners of the nation and all walks of life. When Roosevelt and his men finally land on Cuba, they face ambush, intense enemy fire, and a desperate, outnumbered charge up a defended hill.

Undersecretary of the Navy Theodore Roosevelt resigns to form a volunteer militia unit called "The Rough Riders" to fight in the Spanish American War. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Rough Riders torrent reviews

Jarett P (gb) wrote: trailer 10/10 y'all are just haters. "Shia Lebauf my nigga"

Jason F (kr) wrote: Thanks to a sick blend of violence, comedy, and smart storytelling, DC knocks it out of the park. And all within an hour and fourteen minutes. If you love DC, check it out, you will not be disappointed.

Jeremy D (fr) wrote: This was a very under appreciated film. I think it's the gold standard of an edge-of-the-seat drama thriller. The tension that builds up is tremendous. It's a no rubbish film. The performances are stellar. Cate Blanchett is very engaging, Judi Dench is bloody magnificent.

Louis F (it) wrote: A whole mess of fun.Dark, weird, funny, disturbing, over the top, under the radar completely absurd and wholly ridiculous.A great strange one. Not really that scary, but definitely intense and creepy. And bizarre. And awesome. Had a blast watching it. Well done.

Vinny C (ru) wrote: Um WTF was I watching!!!!! VERY stupid effects and crappy storyline. The storyline wasn't predictable but it was SO STUPID that I felt what I thought of happened should of happened instead of what actually happened because the movie would have been so much better. It is too stupid for adults and I feel kids would be too confused by the movie!

Nicola W (us) wrote: I enjoyed this way more than I expected. Was a bit like star wars with the aliens on mars.

Se7enth A (br) wrote: What a treat! It is a wonderful tender, coming of age tale and it is a suitable family entertaintment. The film does not bill itself as a 'true story' but Duma takes its inspiration from a true tale and some parts have been altered during the making of the movie. It is based on the book How It Was With Dooms by Xan and Carol Hopcraft. South African newcomer Alex Michaletos is perfect in the lead role but the real scene-stealer is Michaletos' sleek and spotted co-star. There are no flashy CGIs here, the wonder is that Duma is a real cheetah. Surprisingly, cheetahs do not roar instead they make chirping noises rather than big primal calls. The cinematography is beautiful with its stunning African vistas and some amazing shots of the African wildlife too. However, the plot of the movie tend to get a tad far fetched along the way. When the lad decides to take it upon himself to return his adopted cheetah to the wild. That being said, overall it is still a good movie and everybody who likes an old-fashioned, grand adventure ought to give it chance. No worries, it doesn't milk the waterworks very much.

Kaylisha R (es) wrote: i love this movie sos much

lloyd s (jp) wrote: One of only 3 movies in the thousands that I've watched that forced me to quit halfway. Trying too hard to be different

Darren E (jp) wrote: Words can't describe how much I love this film I love every frame, it's Mr Jackie Chan at his ass kicking best, if I could I'd give this movie 10 stars.

Blake S (ag) wrote: The beginning dance that is featured in Ghost World is the only part of this worth watching, so watch Ghost World instead. This was the first real Indian film I have seen, Slumdog Millionaire and Bride and Prejudice don't really count. The movie had some decent music but it dragged on and the answer to the mystery wasn't interesting or something you could have figured out, all it was is the killer is wearing a disguise. The beginning dance scene must have been hard to do everyone shakes their head back and forth so much I felt dizzy just watching it.

Jonathan C (gb) wrote: Really tough one to get through for me. Has some nice visuals, but I feel this is definitely one of Spielberg's worst films. It drags from start to finish and Christian Bale's character is one of the most annoying kids I've seen in a movie. I just wanted this to end as soon as possible.

Carlos D (mx) wrote: as far as bromedies go,this one is not a memorable fact,I would say is pretty mediocre,it doesn't even has its moments...and yes,we are glad someone married barry...because we could not stand a sequel in our near future!

Ian C (de) wrote: For the sequel segment it would have been so nice to see Heather Matarazzo and Brenden Sexton III, reprise their roles from 1995's Welcome to the Dollhouse. The short stories didn't really do anything for me but the ending was text book Solondz and it both horrified and cracked me up.