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Nigel K (au) wrote: One of my (many) favourite later John Wayne films, it has an edge which director Mark Rydell brought to the genre. Having lost his two sons, rancher Wil Anderson has a second chance of shaping young children's lives. Forced in to a dangerous cattle drive with nothing but inexperienced 'cowboys' to help and a cantankerous cook. The boys grow up quickly facing up to the hardships of the trail, the death of one of their own even greater dangers which lie ahead.
Andrea B (ca) wrote: I would pretty much watch Christopher Walken watching paint dry and Al Pacino and Alan Arkin are other of my favorites, so just watching them together elevates an otherwise unmemorable script. Except for the surprise ending; I LOVED it!
Mayank F (nl) wrote: cliche of cliches............its will bore u, make u think (negative), make u puke wid d performances and wrap it up into a movie that'll leave u unanswered. D one star goes to the opening credit song. (awesome)
Bryan S (ca) wrote: Greed, man's greatest sin
Janne M (ru) wrote: Decent for low budget zombie movie. Also worth of notice: there was an interesting sequence where the horde of zombies were "sleeping" next to each other during the daylight. Ring any bell!!? Haven't seen (or read) about that anywhere, except in Cell by S. King.
Simon D (ca) wrote: Very long and very weird. If you can accept that some films (most films of David Lynch) don't make sense and are probably not meant to, and you can simply enjoy the weirdness without racking your brain for a reason, then you'll probably enjoy this. A shorter version would have been sufficient though.
Griffin H (it) wrote: not as good as the first one but renee zellwiger holds the movie up by a thread.
Kristi G (fr) wrote: It was ridiculously hilarious until Robert Downey Jr.'s character appeared, then the story got more interesting. Too bad he wasn't in it more.
Alan L (us) wrote: The best of the 3 Dragons's(Jackie Chan,Sammo Hung and Yuen Biao) film.Solid actions and hilarious jokes though a bit stupid so half star is deducted(May be will add back after second view?).Provide a non-stop excitement service from start to finish.One of the HK's cinema cult classic.Don't miss it.
Arthur M (es) wrote: Taylor, Hudson e o roteiro vo bem, enquanto James Dean tenta cagar em cima do filme
Tara H (es) wrote: This is a great satire on Broadway theatre, pre-dating Lombard's roles in Nothing Sacred and To Be or Not to Be, and Joe Mankiewicz's masterpiece, All About Eve. Some may find it a bit one-note and frantic - thanks to scriptwriter Ben Hecht and director Howard Hawks, the pace never lets up. Nobody could play the vainglorious producer better than John Barrymore - in a lesser actor's hands, Oscar Jaffe would simply be a monster, but Barrymore brings a certain poignancy to the role. Carole Lombard more than holds her own as his protegee, a shopgirl turned stage diva in one of the first great screwball comedies; a genre with which she (and Hawks) will forever be associated. And the supporting cast are also sublime.