The Deadly Trackers

The Deadly Trackers

Sheriff Sean Kilpatrick is a pacifist. Frank Brand is the leader of a band of killers. When their paths cross Kilpatrick is compelled to go against everything he has stood for to bring death to Brand and his gang. Through his hunt into Mexico he is challenged by a noble Mexican Sheriff interested only in carrying out the law - not vengeance.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:110 minutes
  • Release:1973
  • Language:English
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:revenge,   chase,   gunfight,  

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The Deadly Trackers torrent reviews

Rahima D (ru) wrote: i didn't expect the twist in the story... good message but the story could have gone even highter

Justin M (ru) wrote: Welcome back Vash The Stampede! This is a great piece of work for anybody who is a fan of Trigun the series. I fear that if you haven't got that series in your history your not going to be able to appreciate the wackiness and comedic elements of this movie. Its been 10 years since the show and it seems that time has served as good vacation because this new film looks great. Upgrades in all details and colouring looks fantastic. Good stuff!

Josh C (ca) wrote: Dincroc....more like dinoCOCK in my ass!!!!!!

John B (nl) wrote: I can't even begin to describe this fantastic pile of rubbish. I watched it because I felt I deserved it for watching D Wars.

Blake P (ca) wrote: 2008's "Eden Lake" strives to be a nasty little thriller but proves to be just nasty - in store is not a roller coaster of adrenaline pumping but a sluggish ninety minute taunter characterized by its general lacking of humanity and its deterministic unpleasantness. A survival "thriller" that resembles a less fun, more fatalistic version of "The Most Dangerous Game" (1932), the film stars the breathlessly committed Kelly Reilly and Michael Fassbender as a young couple terrorized by ruthless hoodies during what's supposed to be a relaxing romantic getaway. And that's all the setup one needs if actually willing to sit through this downer of a horror show - for most of "Eden Lake's" length do we find the duo in a battle of wits with savage adolescents led by a murderous teenager (Jack O'Connell) who brings an entirely new, and entirely frightening, dimension to the dangers of the mob mentality. None of the film's fun, though: when your primary antagonists are angsty juveniles more or less acting villainous as a way to please an intimidating peer, we tend to feel for them rather than actively despise them. What sort of film writer/director James Watkins wants "Eden Lake" to be is unclear. Does he desire to bring us callous quasi slasher a la "High Tension" (2003), a frenetic survival of the fittest chiller akin to "The Descent" (2005), or an unfiltered exercise in barbarousness serving as a more watered down variant of "Wolf Creek" (2005)? An answer isn't much necessary: point is is that nothing about "Eden Lake" is remotely appealing - never does a thrill overcome us, a scare crawl under our skin. Only experienced is disconcertion lined in fatigue. Even its gut punch of an ending doesn't rile up the terror Watkins is so obviously trying to evoke. In a movie wherein the sun never shines and where there's no such thing as a right turn or a glimmer of hope, how could we expect less than disgusting misanthropy? Kudos, then, to Reilly and Fassbender for portraying people in peril so effectively that we go through periods in which we decide that maybe the film's worth suffering for as means to witness their exceptional performances. Likewise for O'Connell, the then-eighteen-year-old hellcat scarier than any Hitchcock villain if only because he's easier to set off than a sensitive hand grenade. But even uniformly good work by a game ensemble can't much stir me to say "Eden Lake's" worth anything. Sure Watkins is adept at bringing alarm to the screen with dirt-covered grit. That doesn't mean I have to like the cinematic dish set out in front of me.

Tea R (gb) wrote: Ovaj je malo losiji od prethodna dva filma koja sam pogledala, ali isto zasluzuje visoku ocjenu... Zena ima dobru mastu da ubaci malo krimi radnju u ljubic

Steve K (kr) wrote: Formulaic and without teeth, this is a knock-off of I Know What You Did Last Summer that has fewer teeth than the original.

Neil L (it) wrote: Wrong, wrong, wrong! Then how comes I enjoyed it? The mock up of Captain Jack Sparrow was brilliant but please don't do a Scary Movie and make sequels.

Franklin G (de) wrote: Pretty entertaining movie, learn alot of how my country was back in the civil war. Apperantly I lived through 7 years of the war.

Bertina D (nl) wrote: one of my best movies

Grayson D (br) wrote: Pretty good sequel and as Horror sequels go it's one of the best.

Leonard D (kr) wrote: A very interesting look into an isolated persons psychology, and Jodie Foster pulls it off pretty well.

Brian B (jp) wrote: Five stars hands down! So imaginative with an original plot that keeps you on the edge of your seats throughout the entire movie! Well ahead of its time with some really cool realistic images. Tommy Ray played by David Patrick Kelly is the epitome of an evil villain that you want to see go down! Bob Blair who is well played by Christopher Plummer as a smooth suave talking psychopath bent on twisting the fabric of America. Also, at the very end you get to have an opportunity to catch a glimpse of one of the most beautiful bodies with large firm breast ever created! Mrs Blair played by actress Timothy Blake!

Constantine D (mx) wrote: there is always the same problematic when a book is transfered to the big screen. I never read the book, i see complains about doing both. Bottom line, i can watch that film again and again and again. it might not be great but it pulls you into it. Pure epicness

Jason R (fr) wrote: Rather slow moving, odd Hammer werewolf movie. Curse of the Werewolf is Hammer's only werewolf movie, and isn't very traditional. The werewolf is almost a combination of myth and the truth behind the myth ("werewolves" often could have been people suffering from some sort of mental illness). Reed's werewolf was born from a mute and a madman, became a werewolf after the taste of fresh blood, and could remain human through love. The makeup is good, and the film has a very bright, clean look to it.