Santa Fe Trail

Santa Fe Trail

As a penalty for fighting fellow classmates days before graduating from West Point, J.E.B. Stuart, George Armstrong Custer and four friends are assigned to the 2nd Cavalry, stationed at Fort Leavenworth. While there they aid in the capture and execution of the abolitionist, John Brown following the Battle of Harper's Ferry.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:110 minutes
  • Release:1940
  • Language:English
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:cannon,   murder,   battle,  

The story of Jeb Stuart, his romance with Kit Carson Holliday, friendship with George Custer and battles against John Brown in the days leading up to the outbreak of the American Civil War. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Daniel C (es) wrote: Para pasar un buen rato

Paul H (us) wrote: A vampire story with a good slice of lesbianism, which being male does grasp the old attention. Not a great film not a bad film. It holds the interest. Worth a watch.

Kim B (ag) wrote: I must preface this by saying I absolutely love Parker Posey and am predisposed to love nearly everything she does. I had never heard of this movie until I was skimming through some "new" releases to Netflix Instant. I really enjoyed it. It was a totally different role than what I'm accustomed to seeing her in, but she pulled it off very, very well. Cute (if totally predictable) movie.

Jamil Q (de) wrote: Bad acting and a lack of good effects made this movie slightly tolerable. It could have been a lot better. The beginning had promise.

Ken S (de) wrote: Jack Nicholson gives one of his best performances in this Alexander Payne-directed dramedy. Nicholson plays a man who retires, at least a bit unwillingly, with his wife dying not long after. He then travels in a motor home to his daughters wedding, a wedding a to a man he doesn't really approve of. It is a well directed and well written movie that is sweet, bitter, funny, and dramatic all held together by Nicholson's wonderful performance. More than 30 years after Nicholson burst onto the scene in "Easy Rider," he proved he still was one of the finest actors in the business.

Josh F (fr) wrote: "Ya smoke crack, don't ya?"

Zachary M (au) wrote: A weird little film tackling the concept of superheroes lives not being all that it's cracked up to be, before Hollywood really started doing it in like every other superhero movie. The creature and makeup effects are on par with anything around at the time, and they still hold up today. They were by the same effects who did the original Jurassic Park.Sadly, the film is really dragged down by a poor plot, and even poorer acting from our main character. The supporting actors do their best, but when I'm supposed to sympathize with him and I don't, there's a problem there.

Kaspar H (br) wrote: One of Herzog's finest. It was filmed twice, once in English, once in German. There are subtle differences in the way the scenes play out b/w the two. Surprisingly, the English version (Nosferatu: The Vampyre) is probably the better of the two.

Jonathan M (jp) wrote: "Downhill Racer" has aged surprisingly well, with some pretty great first-person shots of going down a ski-hill. Redford is compelling as the brash American hopefull. Throughout, David Foster Wallace's "How Tracy Austin Broke My Heart," kept coming to mind as having more to say about sports by working through cliches than this film would like to by consciously avoiding them.

Greg W (au) wrote: one of the best westerns Immaculately shot by Russell Harlan, perfectly performed by a host of Hawks regulars, and shot through with dark comedy, it's probably the finest Western of the '40s.