One of only five films directed by Academy Award-nominated editor Stuart Gilmore, this 1951 Western stars Robert Young as Dan Craig, a gambler who may be the only man who can stop a war between a tribe of Native Americans and a group of white settlers.
It's just after the Civil War and Frank Crawford it trying to start an Indian war so the Indians will be thrown off the reservation and he can then claim the
millions in gold contained there. Dan Craig| a wandering gambler| arrives and meets the half-breed Apache Charlie Wolf. The two become friends and for a while they
are able to prevent trouble. But when Crawford murders Charlie's half sister| Charlie rebels and an Indian uprising appears imminent. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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(fr) wrote: As soon as "The Berlin File" takes flight with its exhilarating action set pieces, memories of any muddles evaporate amid the tension and vivid engagement with settings, from courtyards to fields. i really liked this one well done ryoo seung-wan (writer/director)
(ru) wrote: The one major flaw of this romantic comedy is its predictability. It's easy to foresee the ending half an hour into the movie. And Zac Efron is probably the worst choice for his role or perhaps any other role he's ever landed.
(ru) wrote: A beautifully filmed and inspiring account of an extraordinary man.
(ca) wrote: Sometimes it's fun to revisit a film that used to terrify you as a kid to see if it still has the same effect, and I'm embarrassed to say that I was ever scared by this lackluster piece of crap. Darkness Falls is the debut film from somewhat hack director, Jonathan Liebesman, and his inexperience is apparent all over the screen with poor direction of the actors, shoddy editing, and a runtime that barely cracks 80 minutes; the credits literally last 11 minutes just so this film could get a theatrical release. The basic story is that the tooth fairy was wrongly executed back in the day and has put a curse on the town where after losing your last baby tooth; she will come to get you and if you look upon her face: you're dead. The film centers on a man who lost his mother to the tooth fairy in the prologue (the best and tensest scene of the whole film) and is now trying to save anyone he can from her murderous wrath by keeping people in/around light sources, which are her only weakness. From there it becomes a mindless, slasher as people are picked off, left and right, in tame PG-13 fashion and the characters must use whatever light source they can to stay alive. It's actually a good premise (though filled with holes), but the filmmakers botch it so hard it's a real shame it wasn't used in a better movie. One of the funnier inconsistencies the film champions is that the Tooth Fairy casts a shadow when she's stalking through a room...HOW DOES SHE DO THAT IF LIGHT IS HER WEAKNESS? Anyway, yes this film is scary enough for young teens, but man, it does not hold up well and the only pleasure I had watching it was to see a then-unknown, Angus Sampson from Insidious and Mad Max: Fury Road fame and the film earns a few bonus points for using practical effects at the forefront!
(it) wrote: Was a good off- beat com.
(de) wrote: A brilliant rom-com that Nicholson is so fantastic in from the witty dialogue to the human emotions he begins to experience.
(gb) wrote: One of my favorite movies, have it on tape & watched it a number of times. The ending seemed to be so good for a sequel. Was disappointed that never happened.
(mx) wrote: Good Saturday night thriller.
(us) wrote: Pretty awful film. Dustin Hoffman and Bob Hoskins should be ashamed of themselves, lowering to this level, even for a Speilberg kids blockbuster and a huge pay packet. I would expect it of Robin Williams who is perfectly suited to terrible films like this.
(nl) wrote: I will never get that almost 2 hrs back