The Left Handed Gun
When a crooked sheriff murder his employer, William "Billy the Kid" Bonney decides to avenge the death by killing the man responsible, throwing the lives of everyone around him into turmoil, and endangering the General Amnesty set up by Governor Wallace to bring peace to the New Mexico Territory.
- Stars:Paul Newman, Lita Milan, John Dehner, Hurd Hatfield, James Congdon, James Best, Colin Keith-Johnston, John Dierkes, Robert Anderson, Wally Brown, Ainslie Pryor, Martin Garralaga, Denver Pyle, Paul Smith, Nestor Paiva,
- Director:Arthur Penn,
- Writer:Leslie Stevens (screenplay), Gore Vidal (play)
After his employer is murdered by rival cattlemen, a troubled and uneducated young cowboy vows revenge on the murderers, . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
The Left Handed Gun torrent reviews
(au) wrote: This is a true delight of a film, mixing elements of the Western genre Noir. It a story of a Village of the Damned, where the roots of each individual's human desire leads to co-implication and shared guilt. It is perhaps a new telling of the condition some call 'sin' and asks "is anyone ever free of guilt?", "how is objective justice ever to be found?" A shot that summarizes the film for me (don't worry--no spoilers here!) is when the camera reveals a reality that has just been concocted by a character's lie. What is reality? When so many people are spinning lies and half truths to protect themselves, the story of the world that we are being told has a hard time reaching Truth. Again, without giving anything away, I would say that there is one of the most tense scenes I've seen in quite a while, a scene that had real tension and dread--as well done as any horror film of recent years. This film is fun to watch and gave me a lot to think about. Comparisons to some of the Coen Brother's better films are, I believe, apt.
(mx) wrote: This little Australian thriller was hard to love because Joel Edgerton's role was small but despite that I liked the action in it and the excitement keeps you waiting to see what can go wrong next.
(nl) wrote: Reconciliation, getting along despite differences, growing even in old age, new experiences. I like what the film was about but not how it was about it. The dialogue seemed somewhat amateur in much of the movie, and it lacked something to push it into being really good.
(nl) wrote: Atteint par un virus sexuellement transmissible qui le transforme en vampire, un jeune-homme se prend la tete dans un motel ou il passe un week-end avec des amis. Quelques scenes bien sanglantes, mais c'est surtout la tete qui se torture ici avec des reflexions sur les relations entre les gays et une metaphore evidente du sida. L'esthetique clinique du film est etonnante. Mais le scenario se perd maladroitement et trop longuement dans des reflexions psycho chiantes.
(ag) wrote: Tough film about prostitution and almost as real as life is. With some comic aspects but really, really sad. It almost made me cry on some scenes... This is one of the very few spanish films that I like. 7/10
(nl) wrote: Retarded piece of bullshit. Half a star purely from staging.
(gb) wrote: This is a fantastic film the has spectacular performances. While it isn't a topic that I had any real interest about beforehand, I grew to appreciate and sympathize for the characters because the movie does a good job of feeling so authentic. Joaquin Phoenix and Reese Witherspoon deliver some of the best performances of both of their careers here and that's what ultimately makes the movie such a treat. The music portrayed generally isn't really my cup of tea, but surprisingly, I found myself even enjoying that aspect of the film too. It's a movie that is full of emotions and kept my interest and its almost always entertaining, ultimately a great biopic.
(jp) wrote: boring for a comic based movie.
(jp) wrote: The best MST3K I've seen so far. A terrible, terrible movie, which means an awesome Mystery Science Theater. Chief?
(ru) wrote: Funny, but loses a lot of heart from the original. Not good enough plots for the Klumps!
(br) wrote: Solar Cars and a big guy named Gilbert, need I say more?
(kr) wrote: 90%Watched this on 17/6/15Clearly this is Hitchcock's most overlooked and underrated film. First of all, Lifeboat is not the typical suspense thriller of the director, in fact it's not even a suspense movie. However, this is a thriller that derives it's elements from the psychological tensions that it's characters have to face under such a situation. Moreover, it's a character study with deep and rich characters and Mr Hitchcock tries his level best not to make this a morality check film. For a 1944 film, the special effects and set pieces are spot on and the direction is superb. One may possibly believe that this is a constrained movie, but it is not, it's vast are shots are all magnificent and the explosions and the ending are all realistic. The acting involved is also natural and the story is also natural. The cinematography is fantastic.
(mx) wrote: An epic tragedy about tradition tearing a family apart and a man's quest for inner peace that gives a powerful emotion punch, and measured doses of visceral violence.
(ru) wrote: I have to give credit to anyone who puts a film together outside of the Hollywood studio system. It's got to be difficult. But, should that credit extend to ignoring bad acting and writing? It's a hard balance to keep. On the one hand, you have to accept that with a lack of resources comes a certain lack of quality. But, I can't help think this could have been much better, even with the limited budget. Lovecraft's awesome short story Cool Air gets somewhat rough treatment. And veteran character actors Ashley Lawrence and James Russo do their part to elevate the material, but the script is weak and the directing shoddy. And man, did they get some mileage out of the tattooed stripper willing to take off her top. Yikes.
(mx) wrote: Happy mamma mia yes