The Last of the Fast Guns
A rich, dying Easterner hires gunfighter Brad Ellison to find his brother and heir in Mexico. En route, it becomes clear to Ellison that his is a dying profession. At a remote rancho, Ellison enlists ranch foreman Miles Lang to help him search the hills where the missing man is rumored to have lived. They find nothing ...except that someone wants to kill them; and Ellison becomes wrapped in a maze of double crosses.
- Stars:Jock Mahoney, Gilbert Roland, Linda Cristal, Eduard Franz, Lorne Greene, Carl Benton Reid, Edward Platt, Eduardo Noriega, Jorge Treviño, Rafael Alcayde, Lee Morgan, Milton Bernstein, Stillman Segar, José Chávez, Francisco Reiguera,
- Director:George Sherman,
- Writer:David P. Harmon
On a mission to find a missing man in Mexico, gunfighter Brad Ellison learns that life is not as simple as it used to be. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
The Last of the Fast Guns torrent reviews
(mx) wrote: No special 'bout this one but hopefully Michael Jai White will be in Expendables 4 :)
(es) wrote: I expected more more the Pang brothers after The Eye (the original, not the lame US rip-off) The movie should have ended after the resolution of the main murder, but instead kept going mindlessly and creating more confusion by throwing random ideas together... The ending -especially with "May" didn't fit. *disappointed*
(fr) wrote: Joyous. A pure injection of fun via great filmmaking. As bellendy as that sounds...
(ag) wrote: A slice of harsh life through a bystander view within the Big Apple about an immigrant making ends meet. A truly moving film.
(nl) wrote: Paradise Now (Arabic: ?????? ?????) - CATCH IT (A)Paradise Now is an Oscar nominated movie which kind of put the perspective of Palestinian suicide bomber in front of the world. The movie revolves around 2 childhood friends who are recruited for suicide bombing in Tel Aviv, Israel. I really like how the makers have been able to put Palestinian perceptive in front of the world in limited resources. I really like when Said says "How can the occupier be the victim? If they take on the role of oppressor and victim then I have no other choice but to also be a victim and a murderer as well. I don't know how you'll decide, but I will not return to the refugee camp."This dialogue brought tears in my eyes, it reminded me how much Jews talk about the suffering they have went through during World War II by Hitler. And here they are confining Palestinian into walled territory and torturing them. Day by day making settlements to confine them in tighter and tighter area. They took refuge in their country and made it their own with help of powerful sovereigns. The difference between cities is visible when Said travels from damaged buildings and road of Palestine to stunning beach city of Tel Aviv. The performances by Kais Nashef, Ali Suliman and Lubna Azabal are incredible. Especially Kais Nashef who nailed the role of oblivion, nave, confused, certain at times role of a suicide bomber. On the whole, it's a great movie which we should appreciate that in dozen World War II movies about Nazism, there is a movie which shows how Jews are doing the same.
(es) wrote: A powerful tale of women's oppression with brilliant performances, the socio-political critique of North Country is occasionally lost amongst crowded sub-plots, mismanaged narrative structure and a cliche ridden final act.
(gb) wrote: I think you'd like it more if you enjoy poker. I don't
(gb) wrote: Certainly worth watching for the acting, which was surprisingly excellent. The general direction and camerawork, however, is incredibly lackluster and nearly makes the entire thing seem trivial and unconvincing.
(ag) wrote: Fantastic movie!!! A serous view of life on a comic-ironic vein.We so not see movie like this anymore, a film making that is not part of today cinematography language.Do not be conned by the fact that it's a comedy, it's very violent and highly political.Using a sport to talk about dishonesty, the power of the media and the ugliness of success at all cost.A cult film
(de) wrote: A team of local scientists discover alien parasites when they investigate a mysterious, three-story-tall, cone-like object that has appeared outside of town. It becomes obvious that the parasites' first victims, who's minds have been taken over, are the town's leading citizens. "The Brain Eaters" released in 1958 is a classic science fiction story than blends both the other worldly with the creature feature concept that explodes later in Hollywood b-movies. The film stars Edwin Nelson, Alan Frost, and Jack Hill. Written by Gordon Urquhart and directed by Bruno Vestor the film is a cookie cutter format that spawned in the 1950's bringing much of the science fiction short stories to life on the drive in and theater screens across America."The Brain Eaters" story has been reinterpreted many times over the years. Most notably "Puppet Masters" and "The Faculty". The story is as eerie and classic as "Body Snatchers" and one of the best sci-fi premises to break through the 1950's craze for everything extraterrestrial. I am pretty sure that in this film the parasite invasion which is soon found to be from our own prehistoric beginnings is actually a metaphor for communism fears that ravaged the middle of the 20th century. I don't normally get that deep into a films meaning because for me it takes a lot from the shear enjoyment of the story."The Brain Eaters" is cut and try in its concept, showing a clear path to the end by exposing the enemy right from the beginning, leaving no real room for suspense or drama. The story moves more like propaganda than fiction thriller. The dialogue is your basic 50's arrogance of American triumphant over any and all threats. However simply from a nostalgic approach to appreciating all that came before "The Brain Eaters" is one of the best examples of Man's fears of the unknown and the growing threat of the new fields of scientific studies. "If we explore to much into our world would we somehow destroy ourselves?" This is still the burning question today, and "The Brain Eaters" is one of the first time we see those questions explored in science fiction writings spawn a b-movie craze that has spanned the decades since.
(mx) wrote: For some reason I really connected with this movie, not for being personal, but just because is so much fun, I would certainly call it a cult classic.
(it) wrote: Wasn't bad. Certainly not "29%" bad, at least.
(kr) wrote: not bad of a new van damme film