Texas Rangers

Texas Rangers

Ten years after the Civil War has ended, the Governor of Texas asks Leander McNelly (McDermott) to form a company of Rangers to help uphold the law along the Mexican border. With a few veterans of the war (Patrick, Travis), most of the recruits are young men (Van Der Beek, Kutcher, Raymond) who have little or no experience with guns or policing crime.

After the Civil War, Texas is at the mercy of murderous bandits! From the chaos emerges a group of young cowboys summoned to bring law and order to the wild Texas plains to protect the innocent and their loved. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Texas Rangers torrent reviews

The A (us) wrote: This is an imperfect film whose good outweighs its bad. I think that its main problem is that many unnecessary moments contradict the Christian belief that you need to have faith in what you believe. A lot of the time the movie tries to pass off proof of the existence of heaven, which is essentially what the miracle story is trying to convey, but a better way to do that, I believe, would be to have less of a central bias and more of a questionable essence as to what you chose to believe. I haven't read the book it's based off of, but from what I've heard about it, I'm not convinced that this film does it justice. That being said, a lot of the movie's focus is put on the mystery behind life, heaven, and hell. Whatever problems I spotted in the film can't necessarily be forgotten, but they can't completely weigh it down when the drama of morality and the bigger picture enters the scene. The struggle may not be all too relatable, but I find it believable enough to push its substance to a passable level. I probably like this film more than it's worth liking, but I can't go without giving it a passing rating, and I'm sure it could've been a lot worse.

Cory M (au) wrote: The series has taken a route of making a sequel to the sequel before it. Just calls for a horrible, lower-budgeted flick.

rosina c (nl) wrote: i don't really know what i think about this move. there were some good parts and some bad parts. overall it was ok but not great. the setting was pretty.

Tomas G (it) wrote: The beginning of the movie was a bit of a drag, but the encounters on Skull Island made up for that. The skyscraper scene dragged on a bit too long as well, but was still very emotional. Kong looked and acted exceptional and the bond between him and Ann was executed nicely. Overall a good watch.

Jolle L (mx) wrote: Felt a bit like "The Neverending Story" for a new generation. Meggie, in the end, has reminded me of the Childlike Empress. Would watch it again if it's on TV. Intrigued about the book.

Joshua L (kr) wrote: This movie is pretty jokes. The story is nice and the movie is well done but the characters are pretty jokes.

Keith G (us) wrote: I thought I was sitting down to watch a suspenseful human strength film for Blake Lively to show us those acting skills she has been hiding from us. Boy was I wrong! I instead got a Deep Blue Sea meets Castaway. The laughable CGI, hallow dialogue, and the gratuitous Blake Lively in bikini shots were too much. The scariest part of this film was to watch Blake try to act.