Run the Wild Fields
A gentle, pacifist drifter faces a town's patriotic wrath on the World War II era home front in this original drama. Ten-year-old Pug (Alexa Vega) and her lonely mother Ruby (Joanne Whalley) have their lives shaken by a conscientious objector named Tom (Sean Patrick Flanery) who brings their loneliness to an end but also stirs up bitter feelings among their neighbors.
- Stars:Joanne Whalley, Sean Patrick Flanery, Cotter Smith, Alexa PenaVega, Bill Lake, Christine Brubaker, Bradley Reid, Diane Douglass, Ron Payne, Shawn Lawrence, Paulette Sinclair, Aaron Ashmore, Nicholas Treeshin, Peter Evans, Stephen Walsh,
- Director:Paul A. Kaufman,
- Writer:Rodney Patrick Vaccaro (play), Rodney Patrick Vaccaro (screenplay)
The Story of a North Carolina woman and her daughter who take in a mysterious drifter to work their farm while the woman's husband is missing in action during WWII. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Run the Wild Fields torrent reviews
(nl) wrote: Only time I've had Josh Duhamel actually impress me. Solid film
(ca) wrote: let's not be too hard here. sure there are so deviations from the source material, and the acting is terrible and the script sucks. But they establish all that in the first ten minutes so you know what you're in for. it reaches the so bad its good quota so fast i just sit back and enjoy the ride. some pretty absurd things are gonna occur but you knew that so why complain? laugh at anything and everything it's fun it's a good movie to talk about with peers afterwards. but nowhere near as good as any other movie i said this about because of chris klein. he ruins this and rollerball while watching this! but it's better than catwoman and just as good as elektra and i gave those both zero. bounus points for having Gen in the film
(au) wrote: Definitely in my top 10, hits you really hard morally and emotionally. Very dark, and shows how mean humans can really be.
(mx) wrote: Actually pretty creepy- you gotta give the girl credit- she's really got perseverence!
(jp) wrote: Not impressed with this unlikeable family. It just goes nowhere. And ir is a little self indulgent.
(ag) wrote: A very inspiring story it reminds me of how much i love my dog boo!
(mx) wrote: Some of the most powerful and moving imagery imaginable. It's one of those films where you can see it as purely a movie or go further into it on lots of sublevels. It's long but that's part of what immerses you into it. I read the book first, all 937 pages of it, and thats even better than the film.
(au) wrote: Yeah, I guess I liked it. This film stayed busy most of the time and changed up to prevent boredom with several gory scenes to its honor. Memorable.
(ru) wrote: In the aftermath of the American Civil War, two American soldiers of fortune (Gary Cooper, Burt Lancaster) become mercenaries in Mexico's civil war on the side of Emperor Maximilian (George Macready) and are assigned to escort a beautiful countess (Denise Darcel,) an elegantly treacherous Marquis (Cesar Romero,) and several king's ransoms worth of hidden treasure across rebel-held territory to the port of Vera Cruz. Intrigue, betrayal, and battles ensue.This 1954 spectacular by Robert Aldrich (who would go on to direct over two dozen other films, many forgettable, but including such classics as Kiss Me Deadly, What Ever Happened to Baby Jane?, Hush...Hush, Sweet Charlotte, The Killing of Sister George, The Dirty Dozen, and The Flight of the Phoenix) is ostensibly a Western, but it's really a rollicking, old fashioned swashbuckler wearing a cowboy hat. Lancaster is irresistible as the lovable rogue with his incandescently wicked grin (he looks like he must have gotten his teeth whitened between every take,) and his chemistry with the stoic, rather solemn good guy Cooper is constantly beguiling. Like any swash buckler it pays more attention to making the action engaging rather than realistic, but if you make a certain suspension of disbelief, the film is great fun.Vera Cruz's impressive Mexican landscape photography, vividly realized rural Mexican settings, and its band of scruffy American desperadoes, all together are very similar to a much grimmer film, The Wild Bunch (1969 Sam Peckinpah,) which I suspect it may have influenced.
(us) wrote: It is Diehard on a boat, but the action scenes, and Tommy lee Jones and Gary Busey performances make it work.