The Redhead from Wyoming

The Redhead from Wyoming

In Wyoming Territory, a range war is brewing between entrenched cattle barons and new settlers. Cattle king Reece Duncan is opposed by ambitious gambler Jim Averell...

In Wyoming Territory, a range war is brewing between entrenched cattle barons and new settlers. Cattle king Reece Duncan is opposed by ambitious gambler Jim Averell, who imports his old ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


The Redhead from Wyoming torrent reviews

Leon B (de) wrote: I want to watch this movie

Gregory W (jp) wrote: another winner from artist/director schnabel i first thought it was a doc but i'm was delighted 2 find out it wasn't.

Dr F P (us) wrote: Oh, well it was alright. It was definitely a mixed bag of a documentary. I'm pretty sure people should have been fearing for Margo's mental health, she sounded very frail. The end let it down really, it was quite cringe-y to watch the cast visit Margo and her ill mother who both seemed to be deteriorating, it was horrible to watch George Hardy visit a convention in the UK with pretty much nobody knowing him, it was also difficult to watch as the director of Troll 2 felt like he had created this great movie, as if he couldn't see how terribly bad it was and was getting upset that people were laughing at the unintentionally funny parts. Is he for real? Perhaps it's because of his Italian culture. I think Best Worst Movie could have focused on different points to make it more interesting but i did like the inclusion of the fan get togethers, i think that sense of community over this hilarious little crappy movie is great.

Aruni N (it) wrote: feels like your watching a doc set in a poor country - the lead acting so realistic and the setting actual. Roger Ebert placed this movie on his top ten of the decade for the impact it had on him.

Lisa S (au) wrote: i saw this movie. the actors are good. it was at a film festival and has a lot of cool people in it. probabyl you'll likeit cuz it's cool.

Natasha G (kr) wrote: A good idea but poorly executed. For similar subject matter, watch the far superior The Savages.

Christopher H (ag) wrote: If the world-renowned Hayao Miyazaki could be seen as the Walt Disney of the Studio Ghibli cannon, then the equally talented Isao Takahata can be viewed as the mad scientist. As much as I love Miyazaki's wonderful fantasy-adventures, I always appreciated Takahata bravery in experimenting with the capabilities of the animated medium. Although not all of his films are great ('Grave of the Fireflies' is a powerful anti-war film, 'Only Yesterday' is a very underrated slice-of-life flick, and 'Pom Poko' was an admirable but very flawed effort), Takahata's films always make themselves immediately distinguishable from other films in the Studio Ghibli cannon. Based on the popular Japanese comic strip, 'My Neighbor the Yamadas' is an anime family comedy that has a very unusual look from the usual Ghibli entries. Instead of the traditional anime style, the animation is a watercolor comic strip style drawn completely from digital technology (making this the first Ghibli film to be painted completely from computers). Not only does the animation give this a different feel, but the film also does not adhere to a traditional plot structure. Instead, it is a series of vignettes that account the daily lives of the Yamada family. Such sketches cover issues such as losing a child in a mall, the relationship between father and son, the wisdom of age, and getting one's first girlfriend. The film's biggest strength is in painting a very believable picture of family life that crosses cultural borders and is accompanied by a suitable amount of charming humor. The overarching theme of the film is that despite their flaws, the family still loves each other and the parent's only posses a desire for what is best for their children. The lack of overarching plot will certainly make this an acquired taste for even the most devoted Studio Ghibli fanatics (certainly not recommended for newcomers to the Ghibli catalogue), but 'My Neighbor the Yamadas' is a unique and touchingly honest picture of family life.

Zachary M (nl) wrote: Rarely does a direct sequel to a movie dive straight into parody and spoof sooner than the Gremlins franchise, and I believe that works to the film's advantage. It really likes having fun with a very wacky original premise, and boy does it not hold back anything. It decides that if this is the route it's going to take it has to go hard or go home. For the most part that effort pays off. It's quite refreshing to see a sqeuel have so much fun with its self and yet still try to have a functioning story. You at least get an A for effort.

John R (br) wrote: I love anything Helen Mirren is in. What a class act she is!!

Sergei A (es) wrote: I am a Christian but DAMN this was a boring movie. I wanted to leave so bad but I was watching with a friend and couldn't.