The story takes place on a film set in the War of 1812. It is about John Wayne who is a leader of a regiment determines to fight for his love, his homeland, a French's daughter. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
The Fighting Kentuckian
John Breen (John Wayne), a Kentucky militiaman falls in love with French exile Fleurette De Marchand (Vera Ralston). He discovers a plot to steal the land that Fleurette's exiles plan to settle on and aims to foil it.
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Ryan B (it) wrote: What a steaming pile.
Deidra R (it) wrote: It wasn't very good!!! Only good thing about this movie is Justin Timberlake!!!~*
John N (br) wrote: Will scare the bejesus outta you! Very informative....these weapons needs to be removed from existence.
Louis J (nl) wrote: Eddie Murphy is back!
Muhammad O (kr) wrote: The Good- NothingThe Bad- Too unrealistic. This kind of story can not even happened in movies :)- Story about 3 brothers trying to get back their lost property.. how cheesy is that.
Miki M (au) wrote: Ironically funny in many ways, I found this movie amusing.
kan T (ag) wrote: "balkanlar dunyanin anusudur... surekli sicarlar"... ilginc bir ozelestiri...
Bryan E (ag) wrote: A great opening and ending is sandwiched between a boring film with unconvincing acting and great makeup.
Rafael F (br) wrote: daze, seen, duster, dondi, zypher, kaze, ..."in big block silver letters it said 'all you see is CRIME in the CITY' "
Kevin R (jp) wrote: It must be a terrible thing to kill men without hating them Pancho Villa is in the middle of a revolution when he encounters an imprisoned American airplane pilot. He decides that he can utilize the pilot to help his cause. Initially, the pilot is reluctant to assist Villa; however, Villa convinces him his cause is worth the effort. "I want to blow his brains out." "I don't think he'll let you do that." Buzz Kulik, director of The Hunter, Kill Me if you Can, Riot, Cage without a Key, Crawlspace, and Incident on a Dark Street, delivers Villa Rides. The storyline for this picture is fascinating and a unique take on the Pancho Villa storyline (or at least one I have never seen). The action scenes were excellent and the bullet wounds were intense. The acting was awesome for the genre and the cast includes Yul Brynner, Robert Mitchum, and Charles Bronson. "Ever since the war the horse has been getting more than I have." "The horse has more to offer." I have been DVR'ing Charles Bronson movies lately and this film jumped off the page at me when I saw it starred Yul Brynner (Magnificent Seven). Bronson and Brynner played off each other perfectly. I thoroughly enjoyed the interactions between characters and found myself chuckling throughout the film. This picture was definitely longer than it needed to be, but it was still a worthwhile western. "Go outside and die! Where are your manners?" Grade: B (7.5)
Brad S (nl) wrote: Great crime drama that deals with some serious issues and some really great performances and a wonderful script. Cronenberg is 100% one of the best directors around
Zar B (jp) wrote: I see some of the reviews stating the importance of the film as it was the first to deal with the medical, social, and political issues of AIDS. However put that aside and it ends up being a slow paced drama that doesn't build the tension some other law film do. The stella performances from Hanks and Washington make it a decent but far from great film.