The Way West
In the mid-19th century, Senator William J. Tadlock leads a group of settlers overland in a quest to start a new settlement in the Western US. Tadlock is a highly principled and demanding taskmaster who is as hard on himself as he is on those who have joined his wagon train. He clashes with one of the new settlers, Lije Evans, who doesn't quite appreciate Tadlock's ways. Along the way, the families must face death and heartbreak and a sampling of frontier justice when one of them accidentally kills a young Indian boy.
- Stars:Kirk Douglas, Robert Mitchum, Richard Widmark, Lola Albright, Sally Field, Katherine Justice, Jack Elam, Stubby Kaye, Michael McGreevey, Harry Carey Jr., Connie Sawyer, Michael Witney, William Lundigan, Elisabeth Fraser, John Mitchum,
- Director:Andrew V. McLaglen,
- Writer:Ben Maddow (screenplay), Mitch Lindemann (screenplay), A.B. Guthrie Jr. (novel)
In 1843 a former U.S. senator leads a wagon train of settlers to Oregon, but his megalomania leads to growing dissatisfaction with his leadership. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
The Way West torrent reviews
(kr) wrote: terrible film. the story/idea in itself isnt a bad idea. but has been executed badly with poor casting and even worse effects/filming/budget.
(kr) wrote: Standard 'midday movie' fare. Bound to appeal to the romantic yearnings of middle aged women. Heather Locklear shows that she can convincingly play nice characters.
(it) wrote: Many Christians today will tell you that homosexuality must be regarded as a crime against God himself because the Bible tells us so. Or does it? This documentary dares to suggest that maybe Christians are not fully understanding what the Bible truly says about homosexuality, if it says anything about it at all. Yes, Sodom and Gomorrah were destroyed because of the sins of their people, but the sin was the refusal of hospitality to one another, not same-sex relationships. The male-on-male rape mentioned in this passage had nothing to do with God's decision to vanquish the cities, and yet Christians claim that America will be similarly exterminated if we allow same-sex coupling. As for the "abomination" of homosexual relationships, the infamous verse of Leviticus 18:22 discusses the violation of the custom of procreation in order to keep the human race alive. In fact, other such abominations listed in this chapter include working on the Sabbath Day, eating crayfish, planting various crops side-by-side, and wearing clothes made of different materials. If these are just as mortifying in the eyes of God, why is it that all of them are ignored save for homosexual unions? Also included in this picture are interviews with families affected by homophobia, practicing gay and lesbian Christians who came out of the closet out of love for their friends and families, religious figures who refuse to believe that God would not only create a group of people just to hate them but condemn them to showing true love to someone of the same gender, as well as a quirky animated segment illustrating the biological argument for homosexuality. This is not a film to be swept under the rug, everyone needs to watch this so we can move one step closer to eliminating the hate and scorn directed at those who cannot help but show love for the same gender.
(it) wrote: Diane Keaton plays great here, but other than that it's kinda boring
(gb) wrote: A brilliant story about love and when it's time to take control of your life.
(ag) wrote: I love this film. One of my childhood favorites!
(au) wrote: Hartnett plays a talented businessman, one who knows little about the product that he is trying to sell, yet he sells it very well. The problem is that he is so aware of his talent that his arrogance becomes his downfall. Someone told me that this movie is extremely boring, but I found it to be a very stylish movie that I enjoyed. While I may not love this movie per se, this movie made me love Josh Hartnett as an actor.
(de) wrote: Worse than I remembered, didn't think that was possible.
(es) wrote: It's a fun little movie, as long as you don't come into it expecting much. You're going to get canabalistic, sterotypical, mothers, eating human flesh. I'll give it this, it delivers on that count. Acting, plot, all the rest are classic 80s campy no-budget horror. If you speak german, be sure to check out the horrible dub. They mangle both voice and script, which somehow fits.
(fr) wrote: Melanie Griffith. For those who don't know, she's Dakota Johnson's mother. I saw this as a very-young adult. The way DePalma shot this film has stuck with me.
(ag) wrote: Great cute cheesy live action little kids movie from the late 70's. Very silly at times but this is geared for younger children and I can think of worse children's movies. This is alittle dated and some kids might not be super into it but this is far from a horrible movie.
(ru) wrote: Sumamente surrealista, es buena, la verdad, misoginona, ja
(kr) wrote: best movie I've ever seen very well made film