The Rawhide Years
Ben Matthews gives up the flashy life of a riverboat gambler, hoping to settle down in Galena with his girlfriend, luscious entertainer Zoe. But Galena's leading citizen is murdered on the boat; Ben, on arrival, finds a lynch mob after his neck, and flees. Three years of wandering later, Zoe's letters stop coming and Ben returns to find her and attempt the hopeless task of clearing himself.
- Stars:Tony Curtis, Colleen Miller, Arthur Kennedy, William Demarest, William Gargan, Peter van Eyck, Minor Watson, Donald Randolph, Robert J. Wilke, Trevor Bardette, James Anderson, Robert Foulk, Chubby Johnson, Leigh Snowden, Don Beddoe,
- Director:Rudolph Maté,
- Writer:Earl Felton (screenplay), Robert Presnell Jr. (adaptation), D.D. Beauchamp (adaptation), Norman A. Fox (novel)
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(de) wrote: I think Street Photography has always been one of the more uncomfortable forms of photography to make......and this documentary reveals some history of the craft and also discusses each photographers approach for snapping photos of their subjects in public . I found much of the photographers opinions and stories very enriching, and found the most value in just listening to each Photographer explain how they chose Photography as a career!
(es) wrote: -Ouch is this movie painful to watch.-A viral outbreak of the black plague would be something you'd think more than one doctor would be working to solve. Apparently both the producers and the US Government could afford any more.-The story carries some sort of moderate interest but is executed horribly.-Feels made for TV, especially with the constant (and poorly used) fade-outs in perfect spots for commercial breaks.-C-rate acting.
(br) wrote: Gandhi is one of the best film biographies about someone I've ever seen. This is due to the great cinematography, the careful care taken with the story, and of course Ben Kingsley in a performance humankind rarely sees accomplished. Director Richard Attenborough does a fantastic job with the camera and each shot feels meticulously filmed and extremely well thought out. Even though the story is not a unfamiliar one, the film makes effective work of it and makes every minute of the three hour run time meaningful. Despite my fears of this being a long and overdrawn film, this felt deliberate in every scene to keep the audience interested and not just cram some scenes with filler material by wisely staying away from showing Gandhi in prison very often. Finally, Kingsley gives his best performance ever, and completely disappears into his role, he is incredibly subdued but manages to creep into every scene as the most powerful force without feeling like he is anything other than a quiet man that wants peace and freedom. Gandhi is a fantastic film to watch if you have 3 hours to see it, I would recommend it to anyone who wants to see a great biography on the man
(de) wrote: Peter O'Toole carries the whole film, since everyone else completely fails. Yet the film is also aimless and lacks variation and surprise. Watch only if you are a fan of O'Toole. Otherwise, nothing to see here.
(br) wrote: Although the production value and the visuals are superb, it lacks the fluid storytelling and character development that it needs to be captivating.
(jp) wrote: Interesting sci-fi film from Gerry Anderson and company. Wonderful model effects from the people who gave you the Thunderbirds and Space 1999. Recommended!
(ru) wrote: Zatoichi returns in a film where he's on a journey somewhere, meets someone and takes it upon himself to help them thus resulting in a different journey, then it all comes back around to his original journey... and this journey is "on the road". In fact, I think most Zatoichi movies could have the title On the Road cause that's usually where we find the title character but in this films he's not only a good swordsman, he's honourable, smart, cunning, devious, and true to his word. This is the kind of honourable samurai movie you might expect from a Zatoichi film. While I don't exactly find his fighting skills all that great... considering he's blind, it's a clear indication that nobody else has much skill. This makes Zatoichi seem like something out of this world almost. He is possibly one of the first Japanese superheroes. Worth checking out and a must watch for fans of samurai films and Zatoichi in general.
(jp) wrote: Astonishingly bad, but in a good way. It's never really dull, it's unintentionally hilarious in places, and the action is almost entertaining especially if you're a gun-polishing maniac. The end sequence with the CGI arrow and the voodoo has to be seen to be disbelieved. An ok film for when you've just returned from the pub with a Chinese takeaway.
(ag) wrote: Fuller is at his best in the opening subway pickpocketing sequence. A film in itself. Still, Widmark is loosey-goosey par excellence throughout the duration: buttonholed, called on the floor, flashy & flip, insolent & anti-50s. Thelma Ritter shines here, and the message presages 1981's "Escape from New York."
(gb) wrote: Oh Leiji Leiji Leiji, how much anime have I watched just because it had your name on it? How many times have I been disappointed? When will I ever be able to break the cycle? It's not a bad film, it's not a good film it's average. Those unfamiliar with Captain Harlock will not like it, those not fans of sci fi will not like it.