Walking Thunder

Walking Thunder

In the 1850's, a young boy and his family on their way West become stranded in the Rockies. With the help of a local mountain man, a Sioux medicine man, and a legendary bear knows as "Walking Thunder," the boy learns to become a man, and his family's survival is secured.

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Marischa B (ca) wrote: Decoding Annie Parker is an amazing film that not only touches your heart with the core message of breast cancer awareness, but shows us our history of how far we have come in research and medicine to change the face of breast cancer. This amazing combo of Dr. Mary-Claire King's incredible non-stop life work research and with Annie Parker's brave untouchable determination and amazing spirit, they both shines through this truly master piece of a film for a resounding feeling of HOPE.It took a very serious sensitive topic and showed us the humanistic view of it all. We are people ... it could happen to any of us ... how wonderful is the human spirit when we work together and help each other! We can make a difference! Every person, no matter who you are, we have the ability to make a difference.Hats off and bravo to the amazing director Steven Bernstein for this labor of love and remarkable devotion to this project! More films like this should be produced! Such a great job everyone.What a fantastic actor/actress cast on this film! Helen Hunt just shines with a perfect recap of Dr. King. Samantha Morton was a true star as the warrior that Annie Parker really is. Rashida Jones was fantastic as always - love her BRAVE acting abilities! Aaron Paul was a classic perfect rocker fit!Take away point: A MUST SEE THIS MOVIE!!! Tell everyone you know to watch it!

Dale W (ag) wrote: Really expected this to be really funny with Sandler, Rogen and Jonah Hill. But there only seemed to be small bits of humour throughout. The story, at first, appears to be strong and you think your in for a sad ending to it all...But throughout the film...the story is dragged out until eventually it bores you. The main point of the film is an ameteur trying to make it into stand up comedy...again...hardly any of the actual stand up thats in the film is funny. Very Dissapointing on the humour side. Not a reccomended watch.The only thing you can appreciate from the film is three huge comedy stars together, but the let down is, there not ever actually funny together. Dissapointing.

Monica B (es) wrote: Very good creep factor.

Matt D (us) wrote: Its just not he same if Cheech isn't part of the movie....he only cameos.

Vincent O (br) wrote: The cover jacket is really awful and not at all representative of this rather good supernatural thriller, based in a sleepy Dutch town (Pennsylvania,1928). The story concerns an eccentric, pow-wow preacher, who plots to murder an evil hermit with the aid of his young apprentice. The whole episode is quite enthralling and actually based on a true story but if you need any further excuse to watch this, then it also stars the lovely Mia Sara and an animated performance by Donald Sutherland.

Brandon D (it) wrote: Peter Griffin was right.....It was better....I shoulda watched Krull

Kristina K (us) wrote: I saw the 2hr 43min version and yeah it was a little too long, but worth every minute of it. Charming, funny at times, very well written. Loved it.

Kilo D (gb) wrote: The one criticism of late one can't help come across is that "Black Sunday" has not aged well. Well, if this is true, why is it Tim Burton movies bring in millions for the studio? Case closed. This is one damned gloomy, moody, and incoherent gothic masterwork of a movie that remains influential on horror cinema, art, and music videos and it's difficult to see when that will end.

Art S (br) wrote: Here's Barbara Stanwyck in a Douglas Sirk film just before he started his run of masterworks (Magnificent Obsession, All That Heaven Allows, Written on the Wind, Imitation of Life, etc.). She is the only reason to watch this film (but always a good reason), as the rest of the cast, apart from Lena the cook (played by Lotte Stein), is rather unexceptional. Sirk is fixated, as usual, on people's concerns for what others think and how that can ruin lives -- this time at the turn of the 20th century in small town Wisconsin. Stanwyck, who earlier left her family for an acting career -- I mean left her husband and small children -- returns by surprise 12 or 13 years later. Pure melodrama but only 79 minutes and black and white. Stanwyck was luckier to be paired with Fred MacMurray in the later Sirk outing, There's Always Tomorrow.

John C (ru) wrote: Of the three major classics of the 1930's gangster genre, I would probably rank this number 2. (The original SCARFACE is number 1; PUBLIC ENEMY would be third.) A lot of that is due to Edward G. Robinson's classic, iconic performance.

Patrick L (br) wrote: "Both cleverly funny and unsettling at the same time, "Welcome to Me" shines because of Kristen Wiig's performance"DVD Movie Review: Welcome to MeDate Viewed: September 17 2015Directed By Shira PivenWritten By Eliot LaurenceStarring: Kristen Wiig, Wes Bentley, Jennifer Jason Leigh, James Marsden, Tim Robbins,Linda Cardellini, Alan Tudyk, Joan Cusack,Thomas Mann and Loretta Devine."Welcome to Me" maybe an unsettling portrait of a woman trying to make it into show business but the movie shines because of Kristen Wiig's performance. After winning big in the lottery, she decides to get her own talk show and become the next Oprah but here's the problem, Wiig's character has borderline personality disorder. It has some flaws and uneven pacing but "Welcome to Me" works because of Kristen Wiig and the strong supporting cast that includes Tim Robbins, Joan Cusack, Thomas Mann, Wes Bentley and James Marsden.Wiig plays Alice Klieg, a shy and single woman who spends most of her time watching Oprah and scratching off lots of lottery tickets hoping to win the jackpot. Her dream of winning big finally comes true when she wins the jackpot of $86 million. When she appears at a news conference celebrating her big winnings, her speech gets cut off because of her bizarre comments on masturbation. She is furious with the cable network who cut her off and she also decides to stop taking her medication.After she intrudes on a vitamin supplement informercial hoping to recite her speech again on national television, Alice gets cut off again but studio head Rich Ruskin (James Marsden) becomes interested in her and he sees showbiz potential in her. Alice tells Rush she wants to have her own talk show and be just as famous as Oprah. After an awkward and bizarre first episode, Alice's talk show "Welcome to Me" begins to pick up steam and it becomes a smash success. As Alice's stardom continues to grow, she begins a relationship with Rich's brother, Gabe Ruskin (Wes Bentley).As the show gets more quality and production values, Alice's friends and family become more alienated as she depicts her best friend, Gina (Linda Cardellini) as fat and humiliates Gabe by revealing her affair with a student graduate (Thomas Mann, from "Me and Earl and the Dying Girl") on national TV. Gabe eventually quits the show and leaves her but it doesn't stop Alice from doing more outrageous things because the viewers like it.As a woman who has borderline personality disorder, Kirsten Wiig is really good as Alice Klieg who as she gets more famous begins to alienate on her friends and family. Fresh from the lackluster DJ drama "We Are Your Friends", Wes Bentley gives another fine performance as Gabe and Tim Robbins is really strong as Alice's therapist. Linda Cardellini has some nice moments as Alice's best friend and James Marsden plays a character who we've all seen before, the hot shot executive who only cares about the main attraction and big ratings.Director Shira Piven's film doesn't exactly hit the level of mad-as-hell audacity like "Network" did nearly 30 years ago but this wacky dark comedy is both cleverly funny and unsettling at the same time.

John S (au) wrote: Funny, interesting, great movie. One of the best films I've watched. The one liners were great.