The Big Land

The Big Land

Back home in Texas following the Civil War, former Confederate officer Chad Morgan (Alan Ladd) leads a cattle drive to Missouri, assuring fellow ranchers that their stock will bring $10 a head at auction. Instead, ruthless cattle baron Brog (Anthony Caruso) has scared off all competition and offers much less.

Back home in Texas following the Civil War, former Confederate officer Chad Morgan (Alan Ladd) leads a cattle drive to Missouri, assuring fellow ranchers that their stock will bring $10 a head at auction. Instead, ruthless cattle baron Brog (Anthony Caruso) has scared off all competition and offers much less. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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The Big Land torrent reviews

Kurt R (de) wrote: Wow. What a real crap fest this was. The ONLY good thing about this movie was the original marketing "claiming" that the footage is "real". Well, it IS crappy enough to be shot buy a teenager. Don't waste your time. The original movie filed in the late 70's is far superior in every way.

Luisa M (us) wrote: cos spaventosamente vicino alla realt che umorismo e amarezza si annullano.votantonio votantonio votantonio!

Po Po L (kr) wrote: was excited at the start but its the same old plot with SP...

Kumiko N (es) wrote: It seems that only people who saw dying their own mother could engage with the main characters, as I was skewered by any words from Vanessa Redgrave,.....

Sanjida R (es) wrote: too much amitabh but still worth seeing.

Courtney T (fr) wrote: An incredibly depressing and uncomfortable (especially the part with the ass-raping) movie. The characters are unsympathetic and spoiled, annoying brats and the gangstas are pathetic and stupid. After the movie was over, I was like, "So what was the point?" I guess it's a cautionary tale for suburban brats to stay out of gangsta territory.

Timothy P (es) wrote: Surprising good and re-watchable

Zackary G (ru) wrote: While not as clever as it would like to be, this is a very well directed film. There's some painstakingly stupid moves for Fogler's character, but if you can brush that off, you'll enjoy the film.