The Ballad of Cable Hogue
Double-crossed and left without water in the desert, Cable Hogue is saved when he finds a spring. It is in just the right spot for a much needed rest stop on the local stagecoach line, and Hogue uses this to his advantage. He builds a house and makes money off the stagecoach passengers. Hildy, a prostitute from the nearest town, moves in with him. Hogue has everything going his way until the advent of the automobile ends the era of the stagecoach.
- Stars:Jason Robards, Stella Stevens, David Warner, Strother Martin, Slim Pickens, L.Q. Jones, Peter Whitney, R.G. Armstrong, Gene Evans, William Mims, Kathleen Freeman, Susan O'Connell, Vaughn Taylor, Max Evans, James Anderson,
- Director:Sam Peckinpah,
- Writer:John Crawford, Edmund Penney
A hobo accidentally stumbles onto a water spring, and creates a profitable way station in the middle of the desert. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
The Ballad of Cable Hogue torrent reviews
(br) wrote: Vivir es fcil con los ojos cerrados 
(jp) wrote: Really enjoyed this low budget horror/comedy. Lots of lord of the rings references. Just don't take it to seriously and you will enjoy it!
(au) wrote: Entertaining film and the interaction with Smaug was fantastic.
(es) wrote: Odd film, but O'Toole is brilliant, seemingly playing out his own life. I wish I was more literate as to the theatre references made throughout the film. Knowledge of the references and quotes throughout the film would add another layer of richness and appreciation.
(jp) wrote: Somehow this was worse than the first one. As laughably bad as the first one is, this one tops it by far.
(mx) wrote: There are interesting kids and clumsy characters. I couldn't help but watch the movie.
(br) wrote: Uninspiring chiller by numbers. It serves as a very safe film to watch if you are seeking to be unchallenged, but there is really nothing to make you want to see this film.
(au) wrote: I believe brazilian movie are the coolest in latinamerica... The photography is really good, the colors they used!
(jp) wrote: awww...i like this movie but..i kinda really made me scred...haha!!
(us) wrote: This is a truly eerie film; much in the same way of Haneke's The White Ribbon - it shares a similar feeling of gloom and hopelessness. My only criticism is that it contains one or two pointless dream sequence effects, in order to keep the viewer on point and remind them of certain plot-points. Overall, this is a really well acted parable, of sorts, on flawed hierarchy, oppression and freedom... but with an odd supernatural twist.
(br) wrote: All star cast, so it could be good. It has a lot of potential. Nicole Kidman is always good in her movies.
(kr) wrote: Steve Carell headlines a somewhat awkward but sweet and occasionally touching romantic comedy. The premise is that Dan (Carell) meets and falls for a woman whom he later learns is his brother's girlfriend. The awkwardness comes from the large family gathering where this all takes place. Three generations spend a few days together while Dan tries to decide whether to be noble or follow his heart. The setup and the middle third feel a bit forced, although Carell gives a good performance throughout. The final act is genuinely emotional at times, although it's all wrapped up a little too tidily, perhaps. If you can get through the first half, it can be a decent date night movie.
(fr) wrote: this is a old movie y is it going to theater
(kr) wrote: It's a pretty good action movie, when it's actually being an action movie. It's got some dramatic parts, too the point where you actually wonder why they are being so sappy.