The Trial of Billy Jack

After Billy Jack in sentenced to four years in prison for the "involuntary manslaughter" of the first film, the Freedom School expands and flourishes under the guidance of Jean Roberts. The...

. . The. After Billy Jack in sentenced to four years in prison for the "involuntary manslaughter" of the first film, the Freedom School expands and flourishes under the guidance of Jean Roberts

The Trial of Billy Jack is a new movie of Tom Laughlin (screenplay), Delores Taylor (screenplay). The released year of this movie is 1974. We can counted many actors in this movie torrents, for example Tom Laughlin, Delores Taylor, Victor Izay, Teresa Kelly, Sara Lane, Geo Anne Sosa, Lynn Baker, Riley Hill, Sparky Watt, Gus Greymountain, Sacheen Littlefeather, Michael Bolland, Jack Stanley, Bong Soo Han. The kind of movie are Thriller. Many people rated for this movie, Rate is 4.7 in www.imdb.com. We have a good movie torrents. Share this movies torrent to support us

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Aam H (it)

Funny, charming, fascinating :)

Ahmed M (mx)

Overall, avoid this movie. This movie has nothing to offer, the plot is horrible, the performances of the actors are not that great, the action is bad, and the comedy (in scenes where it is present) doesn't feel laugh-worthy

Alex G (ag)

--------Re-watching, I was less inspired by its horridness, but will confirm with past self, it goes so far with its madness. It is the Troll 2 of the cgi era of straight-to-dvd films. Every scene is riddled with hilarious "awfulness" and it loves to create contradictions to the rules it sets up. Knowing that this film is trying to be a "so-good it is bad" should enlighten you enough to its genius. " This film is an incredibly creative and absurdist film that tried to pretend it is the worst of the worst. The fact that this is written by the screenwriter behind HISTORY OF VIOLENCE should be reason enough to question your hate for this "bad film

Betsy B (nl)

. T. You know, Elliot from E. Just 'cuz Henry Thomas is in it

Eric R (es)

Skippable and only for the most die hard, and forgiving, horror fan. Not only does this passable sequel disregard all the events of the first film, it also waters down all the admirable aspects like the score, the dark tone and even the make-up effects. I have come to the conclusion that producers with money to burn wanted to make a sequel to a popular horror film to guarantee a good profit and thus the original "Pumpkinhead" became their target. It still makes me wonder why he would turn down a respectable sequel like "Hellbound: Hellraiser II" only later to appear in a film like "Pumpkinhead II". However it is embarrassing to see him in such tripe as he is far too good of an actor to appear in direct-to-video drivel as this. The cast is made up of some respectable members but the real humdinger is Andrew Robinson, best known for playing the Zodiac killer in the original "Dirty Harry" and the father in Clive Barker's "Hellraiser", helps make this weary sequel better than it really is. The Pumpkinhead design, though good from reputable company KNB effects, also isn't near as impressive as Stan Winston's grand original design but it's not helped by poor lighting making the beast look more fake. The graveyard that is Pumpkinhead's resting place is also hastily put together and pales in comparison to the grim pumpkin patch of the original. The production values also leave a lot to be desired, such as the make-up on the old hag that has the ability to summon Pumpkinhead. In its place is lazy cheapness with an emphasis on fucking strobe lights to added to so-called "terror". His direction is on complete autopilot and the dark atmosphere and tone that Stan Winston so brilliantly displayed in the original is absent. The producers had no intention of making anything more than a run of the mill direct-to-video sequel and who better to direct a lackluster sequel than Jeff Burr, the man who give us such mundane sequels as "Stepfather 2: Make Room for Daddy" and "Leatherface: Texas Chainsaw Massacre III". It seems the local legend of a vengeful demon nicknamed Pumpkinhead are true and it has risen to take revenge and somehow he sheriff's daughter is involved in the bloodshed. Flash forward and a new sheriff arrives in a small southern town (which is again obviously southern California) only to have his work become a living hell as grisly murders start springing up all over the area. The film begins in 1958, shot in classy black and white, where a group of young studs kill a backwoods deformed boy. The plot totally disregards the first film and basically rehashes it by loosely remaking the story. It took six fucking years for a sequel to emerge, direct-to-video no less, and the final results show that all involved weren't particularly interested in making a worthy sequel, only riding the coattails of an established horror title to line their pockets. It was a tremendous horror concept that was ripe for a sequel but one didn't arrive right away. "Pumpkinhead" is one of the finest unsung horror films of the late 80s that I constantly find myself defending against people that judge it by solely by it's peculiar title

Jeff B (mx)

Mitchum plays a dolt, which is unusual, and Deborah Kerr shows more heart in her performance than I've seen from her before. Like "Hell in the Pacific", if it were a romantic movie

Jesse C (nl)

pic masterpiece!. Must be watched with it companion piece Manon of the Spring

Joel A (it)

lled with Tense Action & thrilling aerial dogfights, quite ahead of it's time this film is & must see silent film a true masterpiece!. This is an epic film of two friends who are pilots in WW1 and there relationship with girl next door Clara Bow. An amazing restoration of this film was done by Hollywood with Ben Burtt (Sound Designer on original Star Wars films) doing all sound effects. The first ever film alongside Sunrise 1927 to win Best Picture at the first annual Academy Awards

Karrald G (nl)

'm not a big fan of the random commentary moments though. Awesome movie, but you need a strong stomach for it

Kevin M W (it)

Thoroughly enjoyed this, this trip down memory lane, when movies were movies. Bill Murray as a manipulative, backstabbing, but very personable hood! And Uma Thurman as the woman between them. DeNiro when he still had IT