Seven Ways from Sundown

Seven Ways from Sundown

Audie Murphy is again the kid who puts on a badge to catch the bad guy, skillfully played by Barry Sullivan. On the way back to town the two develop a curiously close relationship - Sullivan passes up several chances to get away - but in the end Sullivan "asks for it" and Murphy obliges.

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Jude P (au) wrote: Whatever said by anybody, this movie is good as any classic thriller.

Leena L (fr) wrote: Never read the book, however classic, so did not have any idea what it really was all about. Hilarious characters, strange behaviour and more than weird stories. excellent scenery and superb acting. Not a classic for nothing. Blue thoughts for everyone!

Alex H (jp) wrote: not a classic by any means but the characters are believable and well cast while the story is told with humor and warmth. flaws and all, the picture is quite enjoyable.

andy s (kr) wrote: Saw this at my sisters a while ago. Compulsive viewing but not really entertainment if you know what I mean? In the vein of Schindlers List and Brokeback Mountain keeps you watching with a story that must be told but not there to entertain.

Maciek b (mx) wrote: This was a painful waste of time. There is some potential in the story, I suppose the book could be interesting (haven't read it), but adaptation is a massive bullshit. Big shame, as Nietzsche deserves something better.

Rodney E (es) wrote: Am I wrong for having expectations for Mark Holton (PWBA's Francis!) playing serial killer John Wayne Gacy? A bigger question is how come all of these serial killer movies based on real and interesting killers suck?

Calyre Z (ru) wrote: "Police Academy 5 : dbarquement Miami Beach"

Clay B (us) wrote: THE DEVIL BAT (1941)

Josh C (us) wrote: Randomly felt like watching a Katharine Isabelle movie. It was a nice little zombie movie, where only a few people got infected, and not the entire population.