Winds of the Wasteland

Winds of the Wasteland

The arrival of the telegraph put Pony Express riders like John Blair and his pal Smoky out of work. A race will decide whether they or stageline owner Drake get the government mail contract.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:54 minutes
  • Release:1936
  • Language:English
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:explosion,   fire,   poison,  

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Benno V (ca) wrote: That's what happens if you try to spice up your dull relationship...

Taylor M (ag) wrote: Seems like an awesome movie

Talyn M (ag) wrote: A good film for the 10-12 year old crowd. I dunno, I found it charming and my little siblings loved it very much.

Chris V (es) wrote: it kept me interested. not bad for a low budget movie.

Erin B (it) wrote: Oh Billabong, I love you. haha :)

Latreeva J (au) wrote: love this movie fitta watch it again

Alex A (fr) wrote: National Security is an entertaining mixed bag. Martin Lawrence is either chuckle-worthy or obnoxious, and the comedy overall either lands or misfires. Luckily it's paced well, Zahn and Lawrence have good chemistry, it has a funny soundtrack and the performances are overall adequate. The story is nothing special, the racial humor occasionally falls flat and National Security doesn't leave a big impression on the buddy-cop genre, but it's disposable fun nonetheless and serviceable if there's nothing else to watch. There are far worse movies to kill time with.

Mike B (ca) wrote: Effectively chilling and excellent tension build-up. The final twist is a bit predictable, but quite effective. As to story implausibilities -- I have seen much worse.

AZ D (us) wrote: A very cool Romeo and Juliet set between Italian and Chinese gangs in New York. Solid performances by the cast and action packed sequences make this film worth a watch!

Justin A (ag) wrote: Early on I was wondering why this is a highly overlooked b-movie from the 80s. As the movie went on, I kind of understand why now.This movie is just too middle of the road, forgettable, and (unfortunately) nothing special. It has all the elements you would expect for a cult classic in the making: A big cast of monsters, action that takes place at different set pieces (such as a school and a subway transit), and all that 80s flavor you would want from something like this.However, it doesn't really do anything special. There are no "so bad it's funny" type of moments. There isn't really any gore, there's no real payoff, it doesn't make much sense, and there just isn't anything memorable about this movie. It's not really the most original movie either. It's basically Gremlins, but without an ending.This is a spoiler, but not more of a warning to those who may watch this: There isn't really a payoff or ending to this movie. It just sort of stops. The Neon Maniacs are still around and the main characters are still alive. So what is to stop future attacks from the maniacs? If this were a zombie movie or a haunted house movie or something then you can expect a "just survive the night" type of ending. But this is a movie where the entire time they're trying to figure out how to stop the maniacs (or just playing a concert in a high school gym that is lacking tons of supervision and seemingly serves beer) and when they go to the maniacs' lair it just sort of stops. Nothing happens with the main characters. I thought (based on early parts of the movie) the main characters would have to fight the samurai maniac and use their wits to beat him. But no, that doesn't happen.Another moment I actually did find quite funny, and it may be the funniest and most memorable part of the movie, is how Nathalie and Steven leave the safety of the gym where there is a firehose to go hide in a classroom science lab. Of course, a maniac is on to them and enters the same room to try and find them, but... the maniac doesn't see them and leave. So what do our heroes do? Make out and presumably have sex. This is RIGHT AFTER several kids had been gunned down.I will say the subway chase was fun and I liked the young girl character (she had spunk), but this movie was just too middle of the road. It's not that bad, but doesn't need to be seen either.

Mel G (br) wrote: Best movie of all time!!!!! Wish i could get it here!!!!!

Al H (gb) wrote: . Christopher Plummer is the only real actor in this movie.I do not understand what he was doing is this movie.

David C (it) wrote: All the elements from "Mary Poppins" are here: a stern, magical nanny who flies, a kooky male street performer with whom she has some history, and period-specific English kids who tag along with the unconventional adults through foggy London streets and animated fantasy lands. Even one of the actors, David Tomlinson, is borrowed from Poppins. Yet Disney's attempt to strike gold twice fails. The pacing is much slower, particularly on the restored DVD release in which 30 minutes of footage cut from the theatrical release are reinserted. The songs are bland affairs that Tomlinson and Angela Lansbury meander through without much energy. During the animation sequence, the live actors are sidelined for an interminable soccer match between lions, alligators, and bears. These animal drawings are templates lifted from Disney's "The Jungle Book" (1967), and they would be recycled again in the studio's "Robin Hood" (1973). The final act of "Bedknobs," though it comes too late and lasts too long, does partly redeem it: special effects steal the show as an army of English museum pieces, mainly empty suits of medieval armor, come to life and march against the goofiest Nazis this side of the Three Stooges. It would be better to YouTube that sequence than to sit through the movie to get to it.

Charlie L (ag) wrote: Not a whole lot going on plot-wise but the themes are apparent.

Keenan S (es) wrote: The premise of Naked Weapon is promising, but it never fully utilizes this premise. Still, Naked Weapon is a fun slice of ridiculous action cinema. The film works quite well as an action film thanks to great choreography that seems like it's trying to mimic the fight scenes from Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon and The Matrix. While the film as a whole is great, the second half of the film loses steam when the story throws in haphazardly-written, bizarre, and unintentionally hilarious drama. The story loses its focus in the later half of the film and the film becomes a strange, but entertaining mess with a lot of unintentionally funny moments (You wanna know what's the best option regarding a kidnapped friend? Have sex in a nice beach setting for a while and then try to go rescue them!). Despite many ridiculous moments, Naked Weapon is a really fun action film with awesome action scenes, cheesy acting, beautiful women, shameless sex scenes and nudity, and many goofy moments.

Michael W (jp) wrote: There is a strong chance that Streep killed one of your patients and you could be next... Scheider decides to withhold evidence, become an accessory, obstruct justice, spend $15,000 on a painting he doesn't like and keep on dating her anyway. He is vindicated, however, but with Schedier and Streep you expect more.