Slaughter Trail

Slaughter Trail

Three outlaws rob the stage and then flee. When their horses give out they murder some Indians to get fresh ones. But this puts the Indians on the war path and they have to take refuge in an Army fort to avoid them. The Indians then arrive offering peace if the three men are turned over to them. The fort's commanding Officer wants peace but the rules say the men must be tried in a white man's court leaving the Indians no choice but to attack.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:78 minutes
  • Release:1951
  • Language:English
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:1880s,   stagecoach,  

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Erin D (mx) wrote: not that interesting, slow.

Mark K (gb) wrote: cracks misses the mark on every level but some cool visuals.

John M (mx) wrote: Stupid action glory. So this is about a hitman who is at the end of his rope (Jason Statham). He has been injected with a synthetic Chinese drug that is affecting his heart rate. Bottom line: if he stops, he dies, which means he has to keep adrenaline pumping through his veins as constantly as possible. Can he survive long enough to get his revenge on his own killer? Now Crank is by no means a perfect film. You could make the argument that it is a dumb movie, and it would be difficult to make a case against you. That said, it is so off the wall that it is in my rotation of films that I will watch every 1 - 2 years. If you are an action junkie or even just a casual fan of the genre, I am not exaggerating when I call this a must-see film. This is a movie that is just so stylized and frantic that it is awe-inspiring. It reaches such levels of ludicrousness that it will just leave your mouth ajar as it keeps escalating and escalating. Much of the credit has to go to directors Mark Neveldine and Brian Taylor. Now I can't say that they've been successful in all their endeavors; I'm that one guy who has fond memories of Gamer, but the Ghost Rider sequel was pretty awful, and I'm not actually a fan of their sequel to this, either (although to be fair, I don't believe I originally watched it in the right setting). For their directorial debut, they have some really innovative camera tricks, and the most noteworthy thing about this movie is that it is constantly moving. There is always something going on every second of this movie, and it is always batshit crazy. In what other movie are you going to find your main character purposely defibrillate himself for the rush? There is an unmistakable kinetic energy about this, and this is the movie that pulls out all the stops. It's not like it is deep, either; apart from the basic plot description that I led this review off with, the only active thing occurring in this film is getting from point A to point B. The joy is in the mayhem caused on the journey, and it is all about rock music, chases, and mouth-foaming insanity. This is what Jason Statham was born to do, and he has so many tough guy one-liners, you're laughing and having a great time all the way through. Neveldine and Taylor also know how to make him look cool, and they know how to edit it in such a way that would make Edgar Wright proud. It's bizarre and absurdist, and I would go so far to say that it's like Run Lola Run, only lower brow, macho and self-aware. It's really a fearless piece of work, and it is a movie that you experience. It's brilliant, vibrant, pulsating, totally made for me, and if there is anything described above that makes you think that this is also for you, you can be assured that it is.

ChaosX2Limited (au) wrote: This films not intelligent its not witty, its not got mind blowing acting and its special effects are laughable at best but its dumb, funny and with a great soundtrack and thats good enough to make it enjoyable to me

Collette D (gb) wrote: I think this film makes the history and politics of Caesar's time really come alive. I use it with my tenth grade students as a background to Shakespeare's play!

Private U (es) wrote: Despite excellent performances from the two leads, this musical biopic focuses more on the idiosyncracies of Jacqueline rather than the development and destruction of two musical legends.

Jeanna K (us) wrote: Witty and hilarious!

Jesse K (gb) wrote: 3.5/5 Fantastic Planet delights with surreal visuals and a groovy soundtrack, but the storytelling itself might feel a bit flat to some.

jonathan b (kr) wrote: And it was all a dream. errrr....In this case, that type of ending would have actually made the film better. I can sum this film up in a few phrases: horrible, horrible editing, cool suits, decent action, oddly lit yet beautiful scenes, some great ideas, no story or character development, no real characters at all, a ton of caricature. The horrible editing and odd pacing led to a probably totally unintentional dreamy aspect of this film. Also the action scenes were odd, people would get killed or shot then a hard cut to somewhere else completely with the same characters...only they weren't dead, just shot in the hand and they're running or something else retarded. A lot of the scenes really were just fragments. I liked Watari as the anti-hero, he had a good spark in his eye. But Seijun Suzuki has done better.

Ingmar A (nl) wrote: OMG. I watched this religiously as a child. I bet it's dogshite now though.

Sarinette C (gb) wrote: Great leadership message!!!

david d (nl) wrote: please send me this movie