THE RETURN is a 2016 documentary directed by Emmy Award winning director Erich Joiner chronicling Ford GT's return to 24 Hours of Le Mans after their 1966 1-2-3
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THE RETURN is a 2016 documentary directed by Emmy Award winning director Erich Joiner chronicling Ford GT's return to 24 Hours of Le Mans after their 1966 1-2-3 victory.
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Subhajit B (it) wrote: Seldom I have come across a narrative as gripping as this. Also it shows Kolkata without the Howrah Bridge which is a relief. Note that I love the Howrah Bridge.
Aaron S (kr) wrote: can't say it's the best vampire movie i've ever seen basically got it because of sid haig
Gaspar O (au) wrote: Wow, what a hunk o' crap. The split screen garbage was tedious and annoying by the third minute, and I was pondering the reasoning behind wasting good DVDs on this by the 10th. By minute 20, I was apologizing to my wife for the poor selection, and when the end mercifully came around, I simply felt sorry for Aaron Eckhart for getting involved with this project. Thank God it was short. There's a good reason you haven't seen the name Hans Canosa much since this fiasco. Extra half star just because I really like Aaron, even in a pile of poo like this.
Tyler H (ca) wrote: This "movie" is utterly and completely incomprehensible and horrible. Surprisingly, they got the Maniac Cop guy to play the "villian", and one of the kids in this still has a career in television. The soundtrack sounds like a Nintendo game with those awful keyboard guitars. Painful, yet no one forced me to watch it!
Edgar C (es) wrote: Colorful parody that can be easily ranked among the comedy giants. Way before Mel Brooks ever thought of his concepts, Lemonade Joe came as an avant-garde blast that mocked American westerns and even hidden racial issues (again, just like Brooks did) but in a less subtle manner and with extraordinary camera tricks and a furious editing. Who needs CGI these days? 99/100
Lori P (jp) wrote: Bob Hope and Bing Crosby, what guys :) I love all the Road to movies. Lots of laughs.
Weul S (de) wrote: A canoe trip turns deadly when four weekend warriors encounter a couple sadistic mountain men in this tense thriller.
Greg W (mx) wrote: whatever happened to director wolfgang peterson "air force"? he just fell out of sight
Enrique R (nl) wrote: Thrilling and very entertaining from start to finish.
Zachary E (it) wrote: In terms of movie genres that we rarely see nowadays Western and Musicals seem to top the list though in terms of the western genres offerings this film is it's magnum opus, the third in the man with no name series, Clint Eastwood lovingly referred to as Blondie by Tuco so that the audience has some name to say, Clint Eastwood's performance in this film is perfection he is the pinnacle of coolness always in control always willing to do whatever he must, the highlight of this film comes right out of his mouth "You see, in this world there's two kinds of people, my friend: Those with loaded guns and those who dig. You dig." This line coming right after the grand climax of what else a mexican standoff between the good, bad and ugly respectively. What happens before this is a wildly fun and interesting ride to get to this climax. In it's day and age this was a masterpiece, but today it's a legend if there's a such thing as a perfect films this would definitely fit that bill for Westerns.
John B (nl) wrote: Wonderful movie, I enjoyed this one and the story about a young girl growing up in New Zealand and learning tribal customs typically preserved for the men & her struggle to prove herself