The Wild Girl
Ned Giles, an aspiring news photographer, joins the 1932 Great Apache Expedition on the search for a young boy, the son of a wealthy Mexican land owner who was kidnapped by wild Apaches. Ned finds himself on an unexpected and perilous journey through rugged terrain, when a captured wild Apache girl must be exchanged for the kidnapped boy.
- Stars:Brian Austin Green, Kathleen Munroe, Matthew Edison, Andrew Gillies, Gregory 'Dominic' Odjig, Lola Tash, Graham Greene, John Bourgeois, Flint Eagle, Pedro Salvín, Thomas Hauff, David Huband, Jorge Molina, Scott Wickware, Login Wilson,
- Director:Don McBrearty,
- Writer:Ronald Parker
In 1932 a photographer (Brian Austin Green) joins an expedition to find a child kidnapped by American Indians.He then finds himself on an unexpected and perilous journey through rugged terrain, when a captured wild Apache girl must be exchanged for the kidnapped boy. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
The Wild Girl torrent reviews
(br) wrote: As intense as the first one. What I liked more in this part is that they insisted more on the escaping of the girl as in the first one we could barely understand how she escaped.
(de) wrote: Stylish, but more character driven with Jude Law creating a memorable larger than life crook that shouldn't be liked, but has an endearing quality.
(us) wrote: A stereotypical sort of movie, but it's one of the few snowboarding movies that actually has a plot so I can't complain too much.
(de) wrote: 6.5/10~April 6, 2016~
(kr) wrote: A decent Robin Williams comedy with lots of laughs and action!
(mx) wrote: What I thought was gong to be another throw-away romcom turned out to be more interesting than most. Amazing-looking scenery too, plus a few surprise cameos roles.
(it) wrote: The colourful scenery and entertaining characters made for an enjoyable film.
(kr) wrote: Easily the most abysmal film I have seen in my 64 years. Totally fanciful and full of emptiness, no direction at to least a plot, the film rambles on to a naive and predictable ending. The film really is the pits of all pits.
(gb) wrote: This is my favorite of Ralph Bakshi's films and I also think it is his most insane creation since this film goes off on such a wild tangent dealing with a wide variety of issues like racism, crime, stereotypes, and more. This is definitely a very expressive and strange film unlike anything I've ever seen, and will be offensive to many people, but that's what I love about it. I love it in all of its insane glory.