Sheriff of Redwood Valley

Sheriff of Redwood Valley

Redwood Valley residents raise $50,000 for blasting a mountain tunnel to bring a new railroad there. Town leader Bidwell engineers a plot to steal the money and to blame it on the Reno Kid (Bob Steele) who has recently broken out of prison in order to clear himself of false charges that sent him there and caused him to lose his ranch. The badly-wounded sheriff turns his badge over to Red Ryder. Reno visits his wife, Molly and their ailing son Johnny, and Red, also wounded, is brought there by Little Beaver. There, Red begins to believe Reno's story about being innocent. Written by Les Adams

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Jack B (kr) wrote: Those well educated on the subject will be satisfied but not enlightened and even people wo aren't may find a few obvious conclusions. Yet this documentary still has the power to shock in different areas and is certainly a film that young people should see.

Leonardo Malacay S (de) wrote: Bueno dir que es una buena idea pero esta tan la actuada, la msica es perversa y no por la msica si no por la manera en que se utilizo, es aterradoramente larga, silenciosa hasta casi rayar en el tedio la fotografa es bien rescatable sin duda de lo mejor. Una buena idea desperdiciado o tirada al trasto como se quiere ver.

Vango Q (fr) wrote: loved Rade and the subzero dark russia ..

Jared F (it) wrote: made by high school kids. has to be.

Garry T (ca) wrote: A not-so complex view at the variances of misguided lives which end up in Brazil's worst prison, and the eventual climax which led to numerous, heartless (ironic?) deaths. Directed by Hector Babecno -- same directed who shot 'Pixote'. The film focuses on certain individuals who tell their story to a voluntary doctor who is treating the prisoners during the rampant AIDS Epidemic. The stories are interesting and keep the film alive. They provide us with their personal history, the wrong directions they took and their almost inevitable demises that led them to Carandiru Prison. The film boasts quite a bit of dark comedy, but all in all, 'Carandiru' gives a plain view to the horrible prison system which grows worse and worse not only in Brazil, but through out the entire continent of South America.Despite certain flaws in some of its segues into storytelling, and the climatic massacre scene which didn't come off as brutal as other films (Ciudad de Dios), 'Carandiru' doesn't skimp from the truth. You've given a raw, somewhat comedic but true view into the life of what happens on the inside. All they wanted to do was enjoy a football match.

Cassandra M (au) wrote: Ilsa, She Wolf of the SS certainly deserves its reputation as a nasty-Nazisploitation film. Although it is thoroughly cheesy, poorly acted, routinely directed, and extremely camp at times, the film still packs a punch due to its ability to offend and disgust at every turn; the depiction of Nazi atrocities in the name of entertainment is hard to defend (so I'm not even going to try) and this movie pulls no punches with its well executed graphic violence and horrific torture scenes.Ilsa, played with gusto by chesty blonde Dianne Thorne, is the Kommandant at a concentration camp where she oversees medical research performed on the female prisoners. Meanwhile, she uses the males to try and satisfy her sexual needs (and when they fail, she has them castrated). It is up to German/American stud Wolfe to lead the prisoners in a revolt against the guards whilst simultaneously gaining Ilsa's trust by rogering her senseless at every opportunity.This notorious sleaze classic packs so much depravity into its 96 minutes running time (uncut), that lovers of exploitation will have a field day. From the opening scene in which Ilsa's sex slave is dragged back to the camp to be emasculated, to the ending in which the prisoners exact bloody retribution, sex and violence pervades every frame. The effective make-up FX by Joe Blasco are repugnant enough for hardened gore-hounds and fans of the female form will be delighted by the copious amounts of nudity. And lets not forget the scene in which Ilsa pees on the Nazi general..SIEG HEIL, ILSA!

Kevin M W (jp) wrote: John Ford's Young Mr.Lincoln is less biopic than a courtroom drama as the young lawyer's first big case is defending two men accused of murder ... but this lawyer is Abraham Lincoln, the greatest president. And so this intelligent work is only flawed by the "humble reverence" undercutting every scene, telling us to love instead of allowing us to do so. Otherwise a commendable piece.

Sean S (gb) wrote: Although it's not hard to acknowledge the film's shortcomings as it can get unnecessarily bogged down by focusing on events and style rather than story, Factory Girl is rewarding if looked at as a cohesive character piece, with actors portraying the variety of figures Andy Warhol (played with great attention to detail and dedication by Guy Pearce) surrounded himself with as part of his Factory art collective, including Edie Sedgwick (a fine performance by Sienna Miller). The latter part of the film feels more like a drug haze though, and certainly feels like a reluctance to tell more--but does live up to its title as a piece on the "live fast, die young" type Sedgwick, who certainly had her own 15 minutes of fame.

James B (it) wrote: Half decent US Football film

gareth j (jp) wrote: wasnt bad, could have been amazing though, had so much potential

Christine H (us) wrote: Dialogue! Be prepared to pay attention.