The Lone Ranger and the Lost City of Gold

The Lone Ranger and the Lost City of Gold

Three Indians were brutally murdered by a gang of hooded outlaws. Each one possessed a silver medallion, which were sections cut off from a large silver plaque which served as a treasure map to a secret location where a large amount of gold is reputedly stashed. Two more medallions are unaccounted for, and the The Lone Ranger and his friend Tonto must use all their resources to intercept the gang, prevent further carnage and save the owners of the medallions.

Three Indians are murdered. Each was wearing a medallion when he died. Together the medallions form a puzzle whose solution points to gold. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


The Lone Ranger and the Lost City of Gold torrent reviews

Vincent H (us) wrote: I always love a good World War One drama. Especially this one with Errol Flynn. It was a little slow for me sometimes but overall it was pretty good. The dogfight scenes were wonderful.

Patrick D (us) wrote: I should have liked this, but it reminded me of that long-winded Winnipeg film with more bitterness and less humour.

Terhi V (br) wrote: Bad film making. Could possibly be the worst movie I've ever seen.

Kohei F (gb) wrote: this movie doesnt have one story line.. it pretty much shows 8 couple's gettin done havin sex and then the movie is pretty much showing you the convo they have after sex.. none of them relate to one another so i just fast forward to what i really came for.. the mila kunis scene.. loll and it was interesting.. but as soon as their story was over i just turned that shit off.. didnt really bother watchin the other ppl..

Bradley G (ca) wrote: Punisher: War Zone has lots of action, but offers neither style nor substance and the generic, lackluster story and tone makes it prosaic and forgettable.

James C (de) wrote: The better of the later films. A computer-based Hellraiser game attracts a group of friends to a mansion party celebrating it, ends up being a trap. Not the best storyline, but the film isn't boring.

Antonio Z (de) wrote: Dear sweet god i remember this

Amirah B (au) wrote: Nice and charming comedy... Not bad script...

Wu C (mx) wrote: One of the better B movies from the 70s. Sure the acting is bad, but it's a barrel of fun.

Nikolai E (ag) wrote: It's not often you get a police procedural where the police don't have the moral authority, and it becomes a much more balanced struggle, somewhat akin, although decidedly inferior, to The Battle of Algiers. The use of language is innovative, but it only half works. Germans speak German, but Czecks speak English, specifically American English down to the cabbies with Brooklyn accents. This is clearly done to seamlessly ingratiate the Czecks with an American audience, but leaves almost no room to distinguish Czecks as a culture onto themselves. It's like you're watching some kind of parallel universe where continental drift deposited Czeckloslovakia off the coast of Connecticut. Fritz Lang's inventive editing, strong compositions and solid plot keep things brisk and entertaining even when the dialogue comes off as stiff. The concluding caper is extremely drawn out, and while it's never really off-putting, it's strange how it goes on and on when it could be easily summed up in a few quick scenes. A minor Lang film stands head and shoulders over the best work of a great many directors, so I consider it time well spent.

Allan C (gb) wrote: Good murder mystery set in communist Russia. They mystery is engrossing but the secretive Soviet setting makes the film all that more interesting. Hurt is terrific in the lead as are all the supporting players, but Lee Marvin steals the show as an American doing big business in Russia. There's also a terrific James Horner score, although it sounds somewhat recycled from some of his other action film scores. The main weakness of the film is the tepid romantic subplot involving Hurt and Pacula, but other than that it's a solid murder mystery.

Frank D (ru) wrote: Overly protective fathers, insecure boyfriends, and a whole lot of ridiculously uncomfortable familial interactions. Sounds about right. De Niro and Stiller were great.