An American Rancher takes a small herd of Brahma bulls to Brazil where he has sold them for a small fortune. There, he finds himself in the middle of a range war......and in love. His concern, who are really his friends and who are his enemies
- Stars:Glenn Ford, Frank Lovejoy, Cesar Romero, Ursula Thiess, Abbe Lane, Rodolfo Hoyos Jr., Salvador Baguez, Tom Powers, Dan White, Frank Marlowe, George Navarro, Nira Monsour,
- Director:William Castle,
- Writer:Leslie T. White (story), Guy Trosper (screenplay)
An American working on a ranch in the Amazon comes up against a gang of Brazilian bandits. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
The Americano torrent reviews
(us) wrote: Somewhat predictable story but great music!
(br) wrote: The crux is the brilliant portraits of Dyer and Bean that entwine us to our emotions till the end.Entertainment of thrill at max.
(br) wrote: Surprisingly affecting doc about two old friends just looking for a reason to keep on livin'.
(nl) wrote: Una pelicula simple sobre la vida y sus vueltas. Muy emotiva, bien producida y con muy buenas actuaciones.
(ag) wrote: probably the best of the series. it sucks when smartie dies, but i love rooting for the hung hing boys when they're fighting crow. ahaahaohh and the priest and the "village people" are awesome!
(fr) wrote: continuing in the trend of dark animated films, felidae has quite a complex and mature plot, with complicated motives and some gruesome imagery, its a well written story, tho the english dubs came off a bit overdone, and some of the dialogue seemed a bit too stagy, still well done and even exciting at times
(ru) wrote: Mandriod is a robot piloted by human thoughts. Mandroid has vast potential but can be dangerous in the wrong hands. Mandroid's creators disagree over who to give their discovery to. Non-US supporter ends up horribly disfigured in a lab accident.
(mx) wrote: This really was not my kind of movie. It is the first and only movie to be directed by Steven Spielberg that I didn't like, so far anyway. Which is surprising, considering all of the great directors the were behind the scenes of this one. Robert Zemeckis, Bob Gale, John Milus, allegedly Brian DaPalma (uncredited) and of course the director Steven Spielberg. Perhaps the reason that I didn't like it was I was not thinking it was going to be so much of a slapstick comedy. Which is mainly what it is. I believe that this was somewhat of a box office success but it just can't/couldn't live up to his previous successes such as Duel, Jaws, Close Encounters of the Third Kind or The Sugarland Express. I will have to give it another chance, eventually.
(br) wrote: Though not as dreamlike as one might expect coming from someone like Buuel, Belle de Jour is a deeply intelligent, deliberately bizarre look at sexual repression and class structures. Buuel attributes Sverine's subconscious desires to her upbringing and the rigid social mores cultivated by religious institutions. Though she lives a relatively perfect, upperclass life, she wants something else sexually, something indicative of the ways in which society teaches men and women how to behave and how to perceive each other. Her life at the brothel is an independent entity that satisfies that need, her clients revealing quite a bit about what Buuel is trying to say about what men and woman have been taught to want. Men want children or sex dolls or subservient slaves that they can abuse and control; Sverine wants to be abused. Buuel doesn't single out these desires as natural so much as he makes clear that they are learned, decidedly unnatural. The decision to merge reality and her dreamworld is an intelligent one as well, and makes for one of the best portrayals of the almost precognitive nature of dreams I've ever seen.
(es) wrote: Thursday, June 14, 2012 (1937) Black Legion DRAMA/ SOCIAL COMMENTARY More revelent back in the 30's and strictly by the book depicting a particular time in history about a racist organisation called "The Black Legion" the other KKK with the only difference is that they don't expose themselves to open public whenever they commit illegal amoral acts. The story has Humphrey Bogart (unusual role for Bogart)playing blue collar worker and is suddenly drawn to a racist organisation by a co-worker after a higher promotion went to a fellow worker whose speaking with a foreign accent. The movie then shows the existing problems that arise once joining a group that condones and inflicts physical injury among normal citizens. If it wasn't for the small lecture quoted form Abe Lincoln, I can't see this film as being any good since much of the film is very general. 2.5 out of 4
(es) wrote: Pretty good movie. great message at the end