Spirit, a wild Mustang stallion living free in the Old West of the late 19th century, is captured by human horse traders and sold to a cavalry regiment at a frontier outpost, where he befriends a young human and finds true love with a mare. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Brian P (fr) wrote: Chug ! Chug ! Chug ! Das boot!!!
Andrew G (au) wrote: Do not let this doughy, ho-ho-ho-ing, badly dressed man child near your children. Awful. But not as bad as the sequel.
Rasheed T (us) wrote: Tim Burton makes stunning visuals as always! Scary yet enjoyable!
Laura D (ca) wrote: Not quite as stellar as the original, but I still laughed. Loved Lloyd Bridges and I wish their was more of him. Also more movie references beyond just a Rambo parody.
Daniel B (gb) wrote: This movie sounded good and had potential but the writing was all wrong and the cinematography looked at times like a made for tv movie or something on the SciFi channel (sorry SciFi channel.. lol). I would recommend maybe seeing this if you are bored and it comes on TV but otherwise do not bother.
rub s (ag) wrote: a little short, this can be better
Cade H (gb) wrote: Generation Iron is the new age version of the classic Pumping Iron starring the great Arnold Schwarzenegger. While the documentary definitely shows you the highs and low the competitors go through while preparing for Mr. Olympia, none of it is ever all that interesting. Pumping Iron was great because Arnold was a one man show. In Generation, there is not one bodybuilder it focuses on that is a stand out and fun to watch. You can pull some motivation from this for sure as it shows the guys training and competing but besides that, their lives just are not entertaining. If you enjoyed Pumping Iron and are a fan of the sport, you will find something to enjoy but others may have to dig a bit deeper to pull something good from this doc.
Marcus W (it) wrote: Although the performances are good, the original story has been "Hollywoodised" and subsequently falls down on characterisation and the ridiculous escape at the end.
Ciolacu G (kr) wrote: "Ted Kotcheff has infused Wake in Fright with more suspense than most thrillers, and provided a fascinating look at a desolate and depraved wilderness..."