Saskatchewan

Saskatchewan

Alan Ladd and Jay Silverheels (television's Tonto) are blood brothers whose bonds are tested when marauding Sioux Indians cross the border to enlist the peaceful Cree in a battle against the Great White Father.

In 1877 Western Canada, a police inspector revolts against his inept commander, and takes a safer route to the US boarder to stop invading hostile Indians. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Saskatchewan torrent reviews

Fernando d (de) wrote: Someone better tell Slash just to focus on creating music.

Dave K (gb) wrote: With HMV's shelves bulging under the weight of post Shaun of the Dead zombie "comedies" and cheap Lock, Stock knock-offs, it would be easy to dismiss this little-known title as an unimaginative attempt to flog both decomposing horses. To do so would be both thoroughly understandable and completely erroneous. Cockneys vs Zombies is a pretty funny and very well thought out film.Beginning with the unearthing of a sealed tomb by construction workers in London, the film follows the unfolding zombie apocalypse through the eyes of a group of young cockney misfits and residents of an elderly care home. Despite sounding like your usual zombie fodder, the film contains a well written and genuinely touching subtext about the continuing plight of working-class people in London (the very people who are such an integral part of London's identity and appeal), who are being increasingly subjugated, relegated and priced out of the capital, as an increasing radius of the city becomes a high-cost, fantasy playground for tourists and young professionals. Matthias Hoene manages to pull this off to a standard that is every bit as effective as Romero's early films (and certainly better than his more recent efforts).There are some hilarious scenes and fantastic performances from a very well picked cast. Of special mention are rent-a-cockney Alan Ford, the immortal Honor Blackman and (especially) the late, great Richard Briars, whose comedic talents got one final chance to shine in what transpired to be his last film.I thoroughly enjoyed this film and would recommend it to zombie fans and non zombie fans alike.

Paul C (ca) wrote: This was a decent film. The cast was really good. The story was very creepy and was really good. But the movie didn't seem to show it as a whole. The CG was a bit off too. It was not scary enough. Plus yes you know the story by the end. But leading up to it, there was a couple holes. But overall. Not a bad movie.

John D (ru) wrote: Swaps street cred for substance and seriously loses out. Waste of a great cast, minus the ubiquitous Jones and 98FM deity Samantha Mumba, who don't really count as great to begin with.

Wayne H (it) wrote: kids liked this movie

Robert I (us) wrote: Alright band film. Never heard of this group before and none of their songs were that catchy, but the movie was wacky in that British sort of way.

Jonathan D (de) wrote: I liked this one featuring Laurence Fishburne in his first movie. It is very relevant in today's culture.

Mereie d (kr) wrote: A meet-in-the-middle between an old Bond movie (starring Adolfo Celi even) and a Tintin adventure (like The Broken Ear, The Seven Crystal Balls or Prisoners of the Sun). Very amusing, with an unpredictable twist as to the identity of the bad guy).

John C (de) wrote: One can look at it and clearly see the talent of the debut artist. One can also see why Kubrick and his estate kept the movie out of the public view for almost 60 years.

Jeff Z (ru) wrote: If you like Sam Fuller war movies, you'll probably like this one. If you don't like Sam Fuller war movies, you probably won't like this one either. Richard Basehart is the star this time as a corporal who has to command troops to hold a position after all the superior officers and NCO's are killed. Gene Evans is good as Sgt. Rock and Skip Homeier provides some comic relief. James Dean is supposed to be in this somewhere but I never spotted him.