The Black Dakotas

The Black Dakotas

During the Civil War, President Abraham Lincoln sends an emissary with a peace treaty to the Sioux Indians. He also sends a gift of $130,000 in gold. This attracts the attention of Brock Marsh, the secret leader of a Confederate spy ring, who wants to keep the treaty from being signed and to also get his hands on the gold. Ruth Lawrence and Mike Daugherty work together against the machinations of Marsh

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:65 minutes
  • Release:1954
  • Language:English
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:murder,   robbery,   spy,  

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WS W (nl) wrote: Perhaps small budget (just like every other LGBT film), wretched production with some kinda terrible acting, writing (story), sound & music especially.

Paul D (mx) wrote: To me, this was a bit of a disappointment. It lacks the charm and heart of previous films in the series, as well as the TV show. That is not to say that there isn't any attempt at it, because there is. However, I just found it to be a bad attempt. It also wasn't nearly as funny as I was hoping it to be.

FilmGrinder S (kr) wrote: Technically, it looks alright and the demon doll's make-up looks great, but the lack of acting skills and irritatingly bad diolog shatter any hope of redemption.

Jordan K (br) wrote: RV is heavily based off of elements deriving from National Lampoon's Vacation. Albeit with an impressive cast of hilarious actors, the movie falls short in comparison to Vacation, mainly because of its overdone repetitiveness and overall corny, overly zany atmosphere.A workholic dad who has felt like he has lost touch with his family cancels a vacation to Hawaii in exchange for a cross country RV trip to Colorado, but the cheapness of the RV added in with meeting an annoying hick family adds into zany predicaments.RV is, in two terms, zany mishaps and feel good family payoffs. The strong point is the cast - Robin Williams is great as ever, and at times I even liked Jeff Daniels' annoying hick family, which for the most part was funny but at times was used too often in times where he wasn't needed. The story, the little there of, is enjoyable, memorable, and is most remnscient to that of Vacation. The comedic aspect, though, is just in lack of a better word bad. I laughed maybe two or three times but most of it is "whoops, uh oh, look what we got into this time" scenarios where Williams' character is either hurt, the subject of a fart or poop related mishap, or strangely even struggling to connect to the Internet, which is a recurring theme for a remainder of the film so that his consistent workaholic undertones are still there. And at the end of the day, RV really tries to have a warm fuzzy ending to it, which is fine but it can't make its mind up sometimes on where or how it wants to go. And how many times did we use the joke where the RV is moving on its own and ultimately crushes whatever is ahead of it? RV is ok for what it is. Accurately captures the 2000s Robin Williams movies where he deteriorates in quality.

Your Gay Boyfriend (jp) wrote: Such an amazing and freaking scary thriller. I loved every single detail about this movie. It has no flaws; perfect acting, and perfect story. So scary and intense you will not be able to move.

MarieBella C (mx) wrote: While not as emotionally moving as it's predecessor this film is nonetheless, a funny and charming sequel with the original voices of Chance and Sassy, and the new characters adding enough humor to make up for it's faults.

Connor G (gb) wrote: Beatty was excellent, as was the music, but the plot sort of just died about halfway through.

Podcastings Brock (au) wrote: ABSENCE OF MALICE (1981) is a well acted, well directed and well written movie that holds up all these years later. This engrossing movie is all about demonstrating the need for integrity in journalism and thankfully that message, while not subtly made, is not delivered with such a heavy hand to take away from the enjoyment of the watch. Though one plot point in the middle is incredibly telegraphed, what happens afterwards pays off well. Paul Newman gives yet another great performance; The man's presence is unmatched and is the lynchpin of this film. Sally Field is in top form as the journalist. And it was fun to watch the opening credits sequence that shows how newspapers are created, like an episode of How It's Made. No need to rush to see this, but you will be satisfied when you do. Recommend.

Chad S (es) wrote: HG Wells and Jack The Ripper time travel to 1970s San Francisco and duke it out over a young Mary Steenburgen.

Private U (it) wrote: Derivative crap. Pulp Fiction copy but with poor dialogue

Luke M (ag) wrote: A horrendous premise more suited to a B-grade porn than a feature film, its hard to tell if Good Luck Chuck spends more time forcing the laughter or the non-existent chemistry.