They Call Me Renegade

They Call Me Renegade

While on his travel across the Southwestern United States, with his Jeep CJ Renegade and his chestnut colt named Joe Brown, Luke meets Matt, son of a friend of his, Moose, who is in jail. Moose asks Luke to take care of Matt, and to help him to take possession of a piece of land. So starts their travel, full of adventures...

Renegade Luke has been living an easy life so far, travelling through the southwest with his horse Joe, making money by running small-time scams. All this comes to an end when he encounters... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


They Call Me Renegade torrent reviews

Nelson M (fr) wrote: Decent rom-com. Entertaining.

Esraa B (nl) wrote: confusing, didn't love Kyle Dean Jackson's way of direction.... I watched it till the end just because of curiousity but it wasn't that strong type of a film

Belevedere J C (es) wrote: Another Masterpiece by Herzog, shows the madman and the good man Klaus Kinski was.. I thought I was nuts, Well Klaus, ya got me beat dude :)

Eva M (de) wrote: Soppy, predictable and with not very good dialogue. But Sandra Bullock and Harry Connick make it all better. :)

Derek M (au) wrote: Greatest bball movie since hoosiers!

Annie B (au) wrote: Arty study of the internalization of misogyny. I pretty much think that everyone should see it.

Logan M (kr) wrote: A bit dirty minded for a Woody Allen comedy, but it's a delightful one.

Christopher E (it) wrote: I saw this a long time ago. I might have it on tape.

Aj V (us) wrote: Despite the interesting choice of cast line up, and the fact that it's Sandler's first film, this movie was pretty bad. You're probably wondering why I even gave it two and half stars. Well, because I actually enjoyed some parts, and Sandler himself was a charming young man. Overall, though, I wouldn't recommend it unless you're a die hard fan of him.

Brandon J (mx) wrote: It's like the funny-faced retarded step-cousin to "Killer Klowns from Outer Space".

Davey M (mx) wrote: Beautiful. One could read it as a commentary on the destruction of the aristocracy, but there's a lot more to this late-period Fellini than that--there's humor (both gentle and sad, sometimes both, and almost always absurd), an easy sense of pacing, a very palpable sense of bittersweet nostalgia, philosophizing, and enough lyrical imagery and mini-dramas to fill a half dozen or so movies. Though there are many ideas one can get out of "And the Ship Sails On," this is the sort of movie that would be utterly ruined by trying to intellectualize it. It's an experience, like music (it's very musical),

Scott C (kr) wrote: Mike Nichols is such a great director. Wouldn't mind seeing this again one day.

Bruce B (de) wrote: If cosmetic surgeons could create faces like Lizabeth Scott's at will, they would be making even more than they earn now, or did half a century ago when A Stolen Face hit theaters. (But then the surgically created evil twin has been a staple of pulp movies up to John Woo's Face/Off). On holiday somewhere in England, Paul Henried, as an M.D., meets up with concert pianist (!) Scott. They fall in love, but she's spoken for. Back in grimy postwar London, he finds a patient horribly scarred in the blitz, refashions her into the spit-and-image of Scott, and marries the impudent baggage (a Cockney fadge with one foot in the gutter and the other on a banana peel). Their marriage, for some reason, does not go well. Re-enter Lizabeth Scott, who now has to play a double role.... The movie's not terrible, at least, though these noirish exercises set in Britain always have a fusty, half-hearted feel to them, more a mug of white tea than a snort of bonded Bourbon. Both Scott and Henried were well into the downslope of their careers -- which may, more than the locale, account for the enervated pace and commitment. 3 stars 10-17-13