The local school is causing Hoppy problems. First Bar 20 cattle are stolen when Hoppy investigates a problem there. Then the new teacher arrives and disrupts the routine of the Bar 20 hands. Later with the Bar 20 hands at graduation, the rustlers are poised to strike again. But there is dissension among them and this will lead to the break that Hoppy needs.
- Stars:William Boyd, George 'Gabby' Hayes, Russell Hayden, Evelyn Venable, Charles Anthony Hughes, William Duncan, Clara Kimball Young, Emily Fitzroy, Dickie Jones, John Beach, Roy Barcroft, The Robert Mitchell Boy Choir,
- Director:Lesley Selander,
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The Frontiersmen torrent reviews
(jp) wrote: another 'coming of age" drama
(kr) wrote: I was really bored with this movie.
(mx) wrote: Really? A comparison to Se7en??
(ru) wrote: Descent movie. Low budget but got some laughs and its worth a watch!
(ca) wrote: It's a Wonderful Life with football.
(es) wrote: A rip off from the likes of 'Deep Calm' and 'The Last House on the Left' with less than admirable characters to say the least. Irredeemable, reprehensible, mysogonistic pompous drivel that emulates immaturity and mere sensationlism from style, execution and script.
(gb) wrote: Interesting with lots of good history on the Man of Steel. A little heavy on its love for "Superman Returns" which they were promoting at the time, but overall not bad.
(de) wrote: This rockumentary takes a pretty low-key approach as it captures the band during their 2004 reunion tour. Pixies are surprisingly spry for a foursome of middle aged Indie rockers. Besides Lovering, who is pretty cuckoo, they have little to offer in terms of cliche backstage antics and drama, though just showing the band performing their signature songs after all these years would please MOST of their fans.
(gb) wrote: ''Words may define us, but it's love that connects us.'' - hmmm...
(mx) wrote: A great documentary on a great artist. Interesting, enlightening, and intriguing; the interviews show how Chaplin inspired the many different variety of people in film after his time.
(jp) wrote: You ever watch a movie and feel like, "fuck, why the fuck did I watch that?" afterward? Watch this, and you will. Somebody somehow left this DVD at my apartment. If you're missing your copy, contact me and I'd be glad to send you this one. You have one week before I microwave it.
(de) wrote: Its pretty Dope....kinda funny
(ag) wrote: A decent film with some good performances and some funny moments. I have seen Shirley MacLaine in a few films before but she has always been too old to do anything other than a token performance. After seeing this, I can see why she is so highly regarded. Yet again another example of play someone with an affliction - guaranteed Oscar (or at least a nom)
(mx) wrote: A remixed and rereleased version of the first two Lone Wolf films, this grand ultra violent tale of honour and revenge sees Robert Houston wrongly claiming himself director of this samurai classic, when in fact all he did was the splicing. It retains much of the action of the second Lone Wolf film and adds some backstory from the first. It's also in English and features a narrator. The English dub is actually quite good, avoiding for the most part the cheese that is associated with many foreign dubs, and the narration is a nice touch, though it softens the grit somewhat that the second film had. The order of events has been changed and that I felt was the biggest negative about this film, it confuses the story. It's no longer linear and the order of events works much better in the original films. So if you'd rather see an hour and a half of something rather than three hours of something, see it. But if you want the best version of events, see the first two Lone Wolf and Cub flicks instead. They're all classic though. All of them.
(ru) wrote: Even when he was just starting out, Quentin Tarantino has always had a talent for bringing us great stylish movies. Even though Reservoir Dogs may look like a low-budget experimental project compared to Tarantino's later works, it's still an intelligent crime film, full of great dialogue and gritty, gory effects and shooting scenes. I don't think I would've ever guessed that a modestly budgeted crime film would've been that good. Recommended !!
(kr) wrote: I have no idea why this movie scored so low as this was a very mind twisting story as the film unfolded. A story about two people, internally haunted and agonized by past events, where the one helps another bury her past, as well as her own, with a symbolic action.