The town of Warlock is plagued by a gang of thugs, leading the inhabitants to hire Clay Blaisdell, a famous gunman, to act as marshal. When Blaisdell appears, he is accompanied by his friend Tom Morgan, a club-footed gambler who is unusually protective of Blaisdell's life and reputation. However, Johnny Gannon, one of the thugs who has reformed, volunteered to accept the post of official deputy sheriff in rivalry to Blaisdell; and a woman arrives in town accusing Blaisdell and Morgan of having murdered her fiancé. The stage is set for a complex set of moral and personal conflicts. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Hayden H (es) wrote: An enjoyable standalone Star Trek movie that more than makes up for ST Into Darkness. The action is attention grabbing and the CGI is top grade. But don't except a whole sale on character or story development.
MHIA C (de) wrote: i jaz want to see shu qi, that's why i watched this
Brian C (ca) wrote: Besides the obvious flaws of bad acting and plot, the film's intriguing take on identity separates it from other bland modern teenage movies.
Magnus E (jp) wrote: i think its a great movie about one of the greatest golfers ever
Jamie L (br) wrote: Worst movie ever seen
Kamran M (us) wrote: Wow ! This movie is just over 2 hours still it didn't have single dull moment . Though Its predictable, The move is so wonderfully made that you ignore any flaws(there are hardly any) it has.And This Master Piece was made 13 years ago. WOW!!
David G (it) wrote: It's easy to sit back and play a healthy game of spot-the-cliche but this isn't your ordinary Van Damme action flick with the Muscles from Brussels flexing his trigger finger more often than his biceps and taking down foes from 200 yards with a rifle rather than point blank with his trademark splits kick. Despite the cliche nature of the international collection characters (the German bully was my favourite) they do the job and I was pleasantly surprised by the quite intense battles sequences and downbeat ending. The late 90's weren't a great time for Van Damme but this is well worth checking out.
Matt D (ru) wrote: If you are into 70's NYC you will love this flick. James Brolin is an ex cop who's daughter is kidnapped on her birthday walking to school, the initial chase when the kidnap occurs is fantastic! Turns out the kidnapper is as thick as two short planks and has kidnapped the wrong girl, he meant to kidnap a rich property developers daughter. The rest of the film is Brolins charcter tearing the city apart trying to find his daughter including a crazy fight in a peep show and a run in with a gang of hoods from the South Bronx.Richard Castellano aka Peter Clemenza from the godfather plays the head of the crime squad who realises the whole kidnapping mix-up while investigating phone calls from the kidnapper.The ending gets sleazy as and won't disappoint, if you can find the fucking thing.
gary t (au) wrote: well umnn just seen this movie 4 the 1st time n think that this is a good movie 2 watch its got a good cast of actors/actressess throguhout this movie..i think that marilyn monroe plays a good part thorughout this movie...its a good 1950's movie 2 watch...i think that the director of this mystery/suspense/drama/classic movie had done a good job of directing this movie because you never know what 2 expect throughout this movie its a good movie 2 watch..its got a good cast of actors/actressess throughout this movie n its really enjoyable throughout this movie
Ben L (us) wrote: Decades ago when this movie came out I thought it was very good, and I rated it highly. Well, time and experience have made me a wiser man, because now I see some rather large flaws. I still think it's a relatively fun sci-fi adventure that tries to blend the feeling of Star Wars and Star Trek. I particularly enjoy the time travel aspects, and I think that is what made me like it so much back in the late 90s. One of the big problems with Lost in Space is that the CGI does not hold up at all. It is very shoddy, particularly when it comes to the living creatures. I do like the cast, and I think Gary Oldman is always a great villain. Even Matt LeBlanc didn't bother me because he was placed in the role of a cocky, womanizing soldier.However, I think the movie struggled a bit because it was trying to fit into the mold of the original TV series too much. As a result they had to include a specific list of characters and both daughters were utterly useless in the plot. They are given moments to do things, but this film was so heavily focused on Will Robinson's relationship with his father that having these other kids in the way just needlessly cluttered the film with subplots. So we get the pointless romance to keep Heather Graham doing something, and we get annoying diary entries and a terrible CGI alien so we have a reason to look at Lacey Chabert from time to time.The story is not a unique one, but it is interesting because of how they utilize time travel to explore what might happen. I'm a sucker for a good story of the kid who feels neglected by his father and therefore has to choose whether to follow in his footsteps or go along a darker path. Again, this is where Gary Oldman gets his moments to shine and he takes full advantage as the perfectly villainous Dr. Smith. There are some definite missteps and I don't know if the final resolution is satisfying, but it's not a completely terrible movie as I think it often gets labeled. Still, now that I've seen it again, I can't recommend it either.