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William Kunstler: Disturbing the Universe
William Kunstler was one of the most famous lawyers of the 20th century. The New York Times called him "the most hated and most loved lawyer in America." His clients included Martin Luther ...
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Jim M (br) wrote: Canadian Praries: During the late 19th Centuary (sometime after 1870 judging by the presence of the Northwest Mounted Police) American Gunslinger "The Montana Kid" (Paul Gross) rides into Barclay's Brush a tiny Hamlet of about 17 people. He immediatly picks a fight with the town blacksmith challenging him too a duel, unfortunatly he's gonna have to work with a beautiful widow (Sienna Guillory). They tell me this is a comedy so why am I not laughing. This movie seems to be made by people who have never seen a western, but had a few described to them by a friend once. The "altercation" between Jack the Blacksmith and The Kid is pathetic (basically Jack takes the horse in, shoes it and thats it oh he calls the Kid common as well). Apparently the "Code" demands the Kid call him out. Now in the Westerns whether classic, revisonist, spaghetti or modern the protagonist had a code, the protagonist also didn't go looking for trouble over trivalities or misunderstandings, something major had to stir them to action, indeed most went out of there way to avoid trouble. Most where men of few words, not braggerts like the Kid. See what you got here is Paul Gross (I still haven't forgiven you for fucking up Passchendaele so badly) trying to pull of his best Clint Eastwood impression, sadly not succedding. In fact there was not one performance I gave two shits about. Worse this movie goes out of its way to be "offensivly Canadian" by which I mean all the Canadians are polite and curtious and oh go fuck yourself we're not all like that give your characters some depth for Christ sake. Ahem. sorry. The presence of a presciously cute prepubescent Chinese girl makes things worse...and me want to puke. I can still dream of a deceint western set in Canada, comedy or otherwise, and hell might be time to attempt a rebirth of the "Northern" (old serial adventure films usually featuring Mounties as there heroes from which we get the phrase "A Mountie always gets his man" and which Dudley Do-Right spoofed), but "Gunless" is not it. Do avoid. BTW for anyone who's foolish enough towns folk in the Canadian west of the 19th centuary would only need guns for hunting one might want to consider why a Northwest Mounted Police was necessary as well as the presence of American Whiskey Smugglers, threat of Fenian Raids, renegade Indians fleeing the American Indian Wars, the violent rivalry between the Hudsons Bay and Northwest Fur Trading Companies, the Metis (see both the Red River and Northwest Rebellions), the Fraser Canyon War/Gold Rush, Cypress Hills Massacre of 1873, the 1870 Battle of the Belly River between the Cree and the Blackfoot Confederacy, the concept of Manifest Destiny still strong in the US, as well as the nastier element a frontier always attracts.
Donald S (es) wrote: An inspirational tale of survival, "Hotel Rwanda" showcases a grim narrative to a world event many of us have, likely, never heard of. Overall, a fantastic showcase of a horrific genocide.
Cancelled U (fr) wrote: Ahh beautiful Indian movie from the 90's!!
James D (ca) wrote: Yeah, classic Snipes movie.
Dane P (nl) wrote: Unique for the time, This film brought up different director styles as well as some great dialogue and acting. Its pretty influential and is far too ahead of its time.
Christine N (mx) wrote: My favorite movie of all time! I loved Albert Finney in it, & Hugh Griffith was hilarious! I loved the movie "trick" where the actors occasionally turn to the audience & talk.
Allen G (kr) wrote: Though lacking a conventional plot (it almost didn't get made because of this), it somehow ends being full of excitement. Full of genuine sentiment, its sharp humor and skillful cast keep it from ever being sentimental or saccharine. Highly watchable and listenable (to). I recommend.
Nate T (es) wrote: 2nd Road picture is worth quite a few laughs. Yet another teaming of Crosby, Hope and Lamour.
Mike B (fr) wrote: Why was this made? It can't touch the original, and covers the same old ground without justifying its existence. It is there, that's about it. Watch the original for a very different experience.
Brinn O (it) wrote: A lot of people always ask me, "do you like the film Pirate Radio" and, my answer is always, "Yeah I liked it". The reason why, is because of the music, for one, and, the history of it was accurate enough. But, what I liked mostly about it, is the good feel it has. And, the unpredictability of it.