Under California Stars

Under California Stars

When Roy and Trigger arrive at his ranch he finds Cookie has hired his relatives. Caroline, the only relative that doesn't have a strong resemblance to Cookie, is the horse trainer. Bob Tells Roy a gang of men are hunting range horses. Roy puts a stop to hunting on his land. Pop decides there's money in kidnapping Trigger and demands a $100,000 ransom. McFarland's stepson, Ted, and his dog Tramp, run away and is found hiding in Roy's barn. A trap is set to catch the kidnappers ranch.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:70 minutes
  • Release:1948
  • Language:English
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:murder,   fire,   gunfight,  

Rancher Roy and his boys track down a gang who have stolen Trigger and are holding him for ransom. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Under California Stars torrent reviews

Tom D (kr) wrote: Pleasant enough but totally predictable.

Matt M (gb) wrote: Perhaps due to god fearing reverence towards the Stone Roses and their fans, who probably would have made up all of the audience for this film, Spike Island is a weak coming of age comedy in the vein of the lesser works of John Hughes.

Private U (ru) wrote: It's a good one, and fairly pretty. But the narrator is too stereotypical and talks about Mark Twain too much.

Lauren L (ca) wrote: The directing and art direction are gorgeous but the storyline and dialog left something to be desired.

Amber M (nl) wrote: I might be the one and only fan of this movie.

Jen M (de) wrote: Good Rodney Dangerfield Voice Acting for ages 5+

Ian B (ru) wrote: This movie kicked ass. Night of the Frozen Dead. I love the protestors that and protesting cryogenic freezing of the dead. Linda Blair is hot in it. Not much blood or gore but really cool zombies.

Phil P (br) wrote: "From now on everyone who is under the age of 16 will now be 16."This is the first 'Woody Allen' iv'e ever seen. Yep, let that sink in. I'd never thought of his films as something I'd like, admittedly based on practically nothing. But I was recently turned onto them by a friend with "I think you'll like them". And if the rest are the same then he's right. Not that I loved 'Bananas' but I'd liked enough of what I saw that tells me I will like the rest of his long catalogue. Despite it being some 44 years old at this point (almost double my age) 'Bananas' hasn't aged - at least in a comedic sense with absurd situations and quick snappy lines and long detailed ones too. It has everything sight gags, one liners and intricate long jokes. it's evident to me that along with 'Monty Python' 'Woody Allen' is a big influence on 'The Simpsons' - similarities that make me very happy.The tone was set from the get go with news correspondents commentating on the soon to be dead president of San Marcos - even getting a word from the victim and how feels about being shot. Now I mention this because this was my first exposure to 'Woody Allen' - had that fallen flat then I may not have bothered with the rest. I know, I know watch it all the way through - still you know and I knew after that what I was in for.As for the story. 'Fielding Mellish' (Woody Allen) a products tester ends up in 'San Marco and eventually becoming the president after he's dumped by his girlfriend. It's really silly stuff and judging by the descriptions of his other films may be his most disconnected in terms of reality. Not a bad thing mind, as there's plenty jokes rapid fire - and thanks to Allen's fairly pathetic look sells his character very convincingly.I'll admit I saw some of the jokes coming - the harp in the cupboard and the escalating craziness of 'Vargas'. But another one was along to wipe that away in no time. A particular favourite of mine being him being dumped by his girlfriend - wonderfully dead pan and written.Overall a good start to my venture into the absurd comedy world of 'Woody Allen'. 'Bananas' feels fairly fresh even 44 years onwards. Anarchic, silly and often hilarious. It's main drawback being with teh amount thrown at me there were bound to be some that miss. Sure it's not consistently funny but I see enough in it to see some more of his. A good start.

Michael T (ag) wrote: Russ Meyers nonsense, more brutal than usual.

Greg B (jp) wrote: Great film. Great performances.

Davin G (it) wrote: Way more intense than I expected

Warren M (es) wrote: Although Se7en might have done this type of "justice" film better, this one manages to be very entertaining and gets its points across despite overdoing the gross-out violence at times. Gerard Butler carries it throughout.

Alexandra W (au) wrote: I could probably make the case that this film is the 90s-est movie ever made. It takes itself way too seriously, the score is ridiculously dramatic, and it has a playing-in-the-snow montage. Plus, Dennis Miller is in it. Too bad it's kind of a terrible movie. I would have loved to have loved it.

restricted 1 (nl) wrote: I love the twist in perception. I love the idea of seeing someones inner beauty on the outside .

Josh M (us) wrote: wonderfully bad. but I've seen worst movies.