Traded

Traded

In the 1880s western "Traded", a father must leave his ranch for Dodge City to save his daughter from an old enemy, putting his reputation as the fastest draw in the west to the test.

In the 1880s western "Traded", a reformed gunslinger is called back into action when his daughter is kidnapped by a white slavery ring, putting his reputation as the fastest draw in the west to the test. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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K Lynn B (nl) wrote: Ooh so bad.. But funny. Be cautious!

Daniel D (fr) wrote: A marvel achievement of not only documentary film making but capturing these animals in such remarkable and unpredictable circumstances. It's not generic by any means and often hard to take but ultimately thrilling.

Matt C (gb) wrote: Just love this movie

Kieran F (nl) wrote: The series was good not as good as the original though

Janetta B (nl) wrote: The movie was decent, the book however, will blow your mind...

Alexander C (es) wrote: Havent seen yet. Looks like it could be watchable.

Andrew G (br) wrote: Simply put, it's campy, stylish, explosive, and tons of fun. One of Van Damme's best, elevated further by having him up against a pair of ruthless, charismatic villains.

Kevin F (us) wrote: "A comedy remade from the original version created in 1970 under the same film title, with feel - good, funny & chaotic consequences that lead from one to another."

Jim M (ru) wrote: World War II, The Philippines: Japan has defeated the American defenders but still the fighting rages on. American hold-outs and the Filipino people wage a desperate guerrilla war against a merciless enemy. Damn good movie, John Wayne and Anthony Quinn are better then most of the "stars" Hollywood produces today.

Rob L (ag) wrote: Edge of seat thriller till the end!

Heather M (us) wrote: I tried to watch this one, but it was a waste of time.

Zachary M (kr) wrote: Okay, let's get something straight. There are ways to write a metaphorical piece of art, and there are bad ways to. Animal Farm for example, is a metaphor for communism and it works. Why? Because it gives you interesting characters and most important, it never takes time to stop and say, "Hey guys this is just like communism." Red State does. At one point in the movie a teacher references the Westboro Baptist Church, the obvious inspiration for this movie, and says in affect, "Yah those guys are bad, but not as bad as these guys." That's not how you do a metaphor. You can't compare the thing you're trying to write about with your fictional work and make it seem thought provoking and intriguing. It would be like making a movie where the plot was an allegory for the Holocaust and then having a person in the middle of it say, "Wow, this is just like the Holocaust only worse." That's bad script writing. The movie does have some strong character acting in it, and the stuff with the government agents is a much better allegory for the government's bumbling of the Waco Texas disaster. That being said, it's not enough to save the film as a whole.

Bennett O (au) wrote: Wicked funny in a peculiar way