When his cattlemen abandon him for the gold fields, rancher Wil Andersen is forced to take on a collection of young boys as his cowboys in order to get his herd to market in time to avoid financial disaster. The boys learn to do a man's job under Andersen's tutelage; however, neither Andersen nor the boys know that a gang of cattle thieves is stalking them.
- Category:Western, Adventure, Drama
- Stars:John Wayne, Roscoe Lee Browne, Bruce Dern, Colleen Dewhurst, Alfred Barker Jr., Nicolas Beauvy, Steve Benedict, Robert Carradine, Norman Howell, Stephen R. Hudis, Sean Kelly, A Martinez, Clay O'Brien, Sam O'Brien, Mike Pyeatt,
- Director:Mark Rydell,
- Writer:William Dale Jennings (novel), Irving Ravetch (screenplay), Harriet Frank Jr. (screenplay), William Dale Jennings (screenplay)
When his cattle drivers abandon him for the gold fields, Will Anderson, a crusty veteran cattleman, is forced to prepare a 400-mile drive to get a herd of steers to market by collecting young boys as his drivers. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
The Cowboys torrent reviews
(ru) wrote: Such midwest flavor -- very thought provoking -- and I realized that I was actually at the Shoe at the OSU vs. Purdue game in '10 when then filmed some of the scenes!
(de) wrote: a wonder! only Ferrara/St John can get known hollywood actors to do very bad things. Mathew Modine looses the plot about who he may have killed due to crack. Dennis Hopper does nothing to help. Sorded, twisted and moral.
(ca) wrote: La version Douchebag. Ce n'est pas normal que ce soit le plus r (C)cent et que ce soit le pire dans tout les sens ; choregraphie/ histoire / comediens/ stylisme !!!! Tout est desagreable a propos de ce film !
(fr) wrote: A man with a mission: killing the guy who killed another guy: everything else is just collateral, which is the oppositite of what people usually think of justice; getting the guys behind the death. So bad that you want watch it!
(jp) wrote: Perhaps, Perhaps!!! LOL! Lots of food in this one.
(fr) wrote: Not terrible, but nothing to write home about--not Home Alone anyway.
(us) wrote: I want to see how bad this film is! and I want to see nudity
(br) wrote: Sometimes I just get an urge to watch some classic horror movies, this was one of those times. I'm quite fascinated by the history of horror and I felt ashamed not being able to say I saw this movie, so I had to watch it eventually. The movie's story follows a Dr. Caligari, who has his own show at the circus of some sorts, and his somnambulist. The somnambulist kills whoever the doctor wants dead. And when one's man friend gets killed by the somnambulist he starts investigating. It's a pretty simple premise, really. I think the most interesting part of the movie is the style it has. The whole movie feels very dream-like. The houses are bent, the windows are everything but square, everything is out of proportion and looks very cartoon-ish. It really suits the style as the story is told from the point of view of an asylum patient. There's a great plot twist ending which really managed to surprise me. The soundtrack is great and fits the mood of the movie very well. The only thing that bothers me with some of the very old horror movies is that they're not really scary anymore. They were probably scary back then, but now they're not so much. All in all, an excellent horror film with a great story, interesting plot twists, a very good soundtrack and a beautiful look to it. I would recommend for any horror fan and movie lover!
(de) wrote: Stupid movie with a bunch of cheap laughs. But i'll admit, one of the better spoof movies in a while.
(nl) wrote: Lmao was so funny and heart worming
(de) wrote: "Face/Off" is preposterous but hopefully doesn't take itself too seriously. The script is kinda sketchy, yet the action makes up for it, as does the way that the lines between the two main characters and their lives become increasingly blurry as the film progresses. John Travolta and Nicolas Cage have some great moments and some mediocre ones as well, similarly to director John Woo, who at times displays an exciting sense for aesthetics in his action and at times just feels a little expendable.