The Doolins of Oklahoma
When the Daltons are killed at Coffeeville, gang member Bill Doolin arriving late escapes but kills a man. Now wanted for murder, he becomes the leader of the Doolin gang. He eventually leaves the gang and tries to start a new life under a new name. But the old gang members appear and his true identity becomes known. So once again he becomes an outlaw trying to escape from the law. Written by Maurice VanAuken
- Stars:Randolph Scott, George Macready, Louise Allbritton, John Ireland, Virginia Huston, Charles Kemper, Noah Beery Jr., Dona Drake, Robert Barrat, Lee Patrick, Griff Barnett, Frank Fenton, Jock Mahoney, James Kirkwood, Robert Osterloh,
- Director:Gordon Douglas,
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(de) wrote: good for based on true story movie.. must watch!!
(it) wrote: amazing festive film, abit comical but it's fun.
(ru) wrote: i loved the way they stayed positive and made jokes while their mother was dying.They reminded me of my behavior on funerals,i fell like a less freak now actually.
(es) wrote: i can not even begin to describe how TERRIBLE this movie is TERRIBLE!!!!!
(br) wrote: Hakla Shahrukh, budhi Madhori, & shokhi Karisma all of 'em together, who the heck 'll tolerate them. This movie is full of usual crap bollywood masala, especially when every *uckin' actor in this movie was saying "Choori" now what the hell that really is? Go for it if you really want to torture yourself.
(br) wrote: Beautiful. The ending I found a bit awkward, but the brilliant photography and Robin Tunney's acting make up for it. More than the sum of its parts.
(gb) wrote: silly film based off a good manga.
(kr) wrote: A little sappy, but I love movies set in this period. And way better, I think, than if they tried to make the same movie today.
(kr) wrote: Like Almanac of Fall, it's about relationships crumbling under claustrophobic conditions, but this time in more realistic and relatable style. The verit style works well here, giving the film the feel (as the prologue indicates) that even if this exact story didn't happen to these exact people, it might as well have. The excellent acting helps too. Depressing, but riveting.
(kr) wrote: Sharp dialogue and a truly terrific cast, but Hal Ashby's direction feels strangely disinterested, and I don't believe the film is as deep as it thinks it is. Even so, the interactions between the characters are entertaining enough to propel the movie along.
(gb) wrote: Shailene woodley once again is the driving force of the Film. The action sequences are well done Especially the simulations in my opinion the only scenes worth watching.
(jp) wrote: Definitely doesn't live up to it's name, at least not on it's own. After seeing the third, it makes much more sense and is more entertaining. Basically, they tried to do a little too much and the trailers were much too revealing. Still, I bought the DVD because I like the third and would like the whole set.
(nl) wrote: This action adventure was meant as start of a James Bond-esque franchise, but flopped at the cinemas back in the day. That doesn't mean this isn't an enjoyable film. It doesn't take itself too serious, has wonderful parts of humor, especially in the relation between Remo and his Asian master. That tongue-in-cheek attitude is necessary if you deliver a movie where people walk on water. The majority of the stunt work is good old-fashioned stuff, with actual people hanging from all kinds of high places. the highlight being a chase around the scaffolded statue of Liberty. Sure, the pace and filming of the film feels a bit dated today, but that doesn't lessen the enjoyment. Entertaining, likable action film that would have deserved a larger audience.
(fr) wrote: Showing only the slightly interesting part in the previews is the only reason this movie may have ever been watched by anyone ever