The Wild Country

The Wild Country

Uprooted from their comfortable home in Pennsylvania, James and Kate Tanner, along with their sons, Virgil and Andy, journey to the wild country of 1890s Wyoming to become farmers. Soon, they come face-to-face with tornadoes, bears and wolves. But through the hardships their love for each other endures, even when a local rancher sees the newcomers as "squatters" on his land, and will stop at nothing – including murder – to drive them out.

A family leaves city life to take possession of a Wyoming ranch. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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The Wild Country torrent reviews

Matthew R (nl) wrote: Worth a watch. Terence Stamp puts on an excellent performance.

Josh E (es) wrote: great simple inventive idea but the execution could've been better

Kassah W (mx) wrote: Awesome movie not just for kids

Austin V (au) wrote: I made the horrible mistake of watching the extended version of this. 20 minutes of interesting deep-sea footage stretched into a 90-minute snoozer.

KJ P (gb) wrote: Through all the cheesiest Disney Channel flicks to the big screen tear jerkers, "Ice Princess" comes along and falls somewhere in the middle. After going through a lifetime of handwork at school, Casey embarks on a school physics assignment that sends her on a life changing journey to find her true passion (figure skating). As she tries and tries, her passion just never came through, but when she factored in physics and calculated her moves and landings, things began to look up for her. This film is about self-discovery at it's core, and even though the dialogue is cheesy as hell, the actresses could have been better cast, and the story could have been toned-down just a tad, I did enjoy myself. "Ice Princess" is family fluff that shouldn't bother anyone if they know what they are in for. Recommended to young kids and teenage girls, which is what the demographic is anyways.

Richard D (it) wrote: Possibly the worst film I have ever seen. Totally and utterly awful.

Ryan L (jp) wrote: Pretty cool idea for a script. Definately worth watching.

Rodney S (mx) wrote: I don't know quite what to say about this movie, it's really more of a porno movie with the annoying Japanese fogging to block out the hardcore shots. Not much of a plot that makes any sense, just a good looking model getting banged for most of the movie, along with other sex scenes. There is somekind of a demon creature that attacks the ladies, and appears to be just some guy covered in mud. I don't know, it doesn't make a lot of difference, because the sex scenes is what dominates this 72 minute. I'm not sure there is anything to recommend, if you want some hot sex, then watch the real thing. But yes, there is a virgin, and it looked to me, like this demon guy did rip out her entrails. So, no false advertising, and on to "Entrails of a Beautiful Woman".

Andrew B (mx) wrote: Dersu Uzala could beat up Bear Grills AND Chuck Norris, at the SAME TIME. Seriously, this dude was beast!

ALVARO G (us) wrote: VERSION DE PEARL HARBOR DESDE EL LADO JAPONES

Boot F (fr) wrote: i really don't like thriller movies but when my husband was watching it, i was glued to my sit and finished the movie. luv the twists, special effects he created and the action. so far, the best dvd film i've watched this year. good well-rounded story. highly recommended

Matt B (fr) wrote: A movie dealing with the afterlife could end up hokey and dumb, but Hereafter treats it in all seriousness and it works. Clint Eastwood really makes you think about life after death. Very well-done. Bring some kleenex for the end.Lastly, the tsunami sequence in the beginning is truly AMAZING.

Dave R (mx) wrote: Well wow the crazy girl made another movie it had its funny moments I must say but still was a alright movie not the best but the worst either

April N (ca) wrote: Not as bad as I thought it would be. ;) Sort of a cheap Memento!