Wind Across the Everglades

Wind Across the Everglades

An ornithologist battles a family of bird poachers in the Florida Everglades.

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Wind Across the Everglades torrent reviews

Randy P (fr) wrote: I hate to admit but this is a screenplay I probably would have come up with, and for that reason I will go see this. I am always interested in ideas I would have loved to come up with or did come up with but was to late, for the fact that someone bet me to the punch.I think this film though might not be as fresh as I hoped it to be... but I could be wrong.

Gonalo D (fr) wrote: Publicitada engaosamente como "la comedia del ao" en su pas, una pelcula que arranca ms gestos de confusin que sonrisas, cuyas mltiples tramas -ninguna de ellas relevante- quedan inconclusas en un final abrupto y carente de todo sentido. All los sesudos que aprecian este tropiezo flmico como "contemplativo" para justificar los largos minutos en los que no sucede nada, reflejo de una autora en un total estado de autoindulgencia.Ni su reparto repleto de actores competentes, ni la presencia de Guillermo Francella, ni el autobombo salvan este despropsito vaco, incoherente y enormemente pretencioso.

keith m (nl) wrote: I liked this, even if it didn't discuss at all Oregon's contribution to Craft Beers (big miss). Didn't realize how the system is stacked to favor Bud and Coors/Miller thanks to a strong beer lobby in Washington and a system designed to prevent too much power in anyone's hands that perpetuates it

Erno K (ca) wrote: There are two kinds of movies. Others you watch with your friends and have a blast; these ones are probably very entertaining and action heavy blockbusters. Then there are the ones you watch alone, the ones where you reflect on life and shit. These stories are much more intimate and smaller in scale. I think I like these latter ones more.The premise alone is ripe for an intriguing flick. An old man comes back to his former farm and finds it occupied. The old man refuses to leave and chooses to live in the small shack in front of the main building. The fascinating dynamic is set.I liked how the film tries to tell both sides of the story. The new occupants' situation is elaborated on as well, and they have their own difficulties and are not evil people. However, all shreds of sympathy vanished when the drunk younger man kills the old man's dog. I mean what the fuck? It's brilliant how the geezer turns that to his advantage in the turf war, though.There is a solemn feeling to the movie, as the old man is angry and bitter, and harbors great guilt about something that happened in the past. He has also grown distant of his son, and this relationship is explored in the film as well, albeit briefly.In the end That Evening Sun is all about Meecham and his journey to cope with aging and the loss of his familiar home, among many other things, and Hal Holbrook is truly great in the role. His monologues to his dog are heartbreaking and moving.I cherish these smaller films that evoke real emotions I can relate to (Well, not the I'm 80-years-old part). I hope all the superhero epics that are coming at us left and right won't ever stop people making these small, touching narratives.

Greg T (es) wrote: Competent teen horror about a spate of suicides in a God-bothering community that coincide with the return to town of an outsider whose family have long been accused of withcraft. Sitting somewhere between 'Final Destination' and 'The Ring' it's enjoyable and well-made, but will probably leave hardcore horror fans a bit nonplussed. Worth a rent.

Jessie V (kr) wrote: I like how realistic it is...I can't tell you how many times I've seen a pack of rabid ravens tip over or pick up a car. It's beginning to be a problem.

(ca) wrote: Not perfect at all, but enjoyable. Just the idea of an invisible murderer out for a kill can convince anyone. If only the characters were less dumb, I'd give it a four star out of five.

Michael F (fr) wrote: tout tout through and aboutread my quotes page

Andy T (ag) wrote: Empire Of The Sun features a great debut for Christian Bale and is emotional at times, despite its slow pacing and somewhat boring story that are not typically in a Spielberg film.

Ondrej (jp) wrote: Reality versus lies and propaganda.

Hadley S (mx) wrote: Good under the radar movie.

Renee D (gb) wrote: This was a really good little movie. Watched on a whim and glad I did. Collette is brilliant as always. Haden's character is endearing, quirky and one of the more unique characters I have seen in awhile. The surprise end was perfect casting. Perfectly acted and written. Nothing revolutionary but totally entertaining and insightful in an understated way

Rob Y (ca) wrote: Good work from Walter Hill, not his best but still taut stuff.

Konrad S (au) wrote: Great sci-fi thriller by Mario Bava produced by American International Pictures! This amazing flick about body snatchers from outer space is probably one the creepiest moviest of that time!