Traveling south to the coast through the remote Boanyoo Ranges, a group of friends encounter a stranger. Stopping to help they endure a shocking and unrelenting game of cat-and-mouse. They discover that nothing will ever be the same again.
- Stars:Louise Janelle Bartlett, Bianca Bradey, Jazz Cohn, Michael Cullen, Stef Dawson, William Emmons, Allen Ennew, Charlie Falkner, Xavier Fernandez, Corey Page, Damien Prokop, Rod Ramsay, Rebecca Ratcliff, Gary Stubbings, Michael Windeyer,
- Director:Jonathan Neil Dixon,
- Writer:Jonathan Neil Dixon
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(es) wrote: Managed to make half of the movie boring despite the promising premise.
(fr) wrote: Fantastic movie. There was a real chemistry between Mark Wahlberg and Joaquin Phoenix, aand they both played their roles really well. Robert Duvall was perfect, as always. The plot was pretty solid and you actually get very attached to the characters and you worry for their well being. I was pleasantly surprised by this one.
(de) wrote: Uhm...I think this is an okay movie. Lindsay Lohan though....guh.
(nl) wrote: I liked the first movie and I love dragons but this is a pretty miserable film. It's even cheesier than the first film, has a much worse cast, and somehow the special effects look a million times worse than the 1996 film. Watch the original film but skip this one!
(it) wrote: man i love this movie. its so intense emotlional and the dialogues are really amazing. pakistani or not ur goin to love this movie
(ag) wrote: Long before J.R. Ewing and some football cheerleaders made this Texas city popular, there was this colorful Warner Brothers western starring one of the greatest action heroes of Hollywood's golden age. Cooper plays a man wanted for arson who disguises himself as a marshal to unleash the real culprit. He convinces the actual marshal (Steve Cochran) to let him take over his identity and in the process, wins the love of Cochran's Mexican sweetheart (Ruth Roman). In going after the bad guys, he comes up against Dallas's most powerful citizen (Raymond Massey in a masterful performance) and taunts the bad guys in an explosive climax.If the idea of Ruth Roman playing a Mexican doesn't make you laugh (it seems that any dark haired beauty could be cast in Hispanic parts in this era) how about platinum blonde cult actress Barbara Payton as the wife of one of the bad guys and a group of actors who are supposed to play Texans but sound nothing like them? Two years before his Oscar Winning role in "High Noon", Cooper played a variation of the same role, and in studying the two films, you really can see the difference as to what makes a film tense ("High Noon's" clock is as much of a character as the human beings in the film, while "Dallas" has little or no tension at all) and what makes it simply routine. If it wasn't for the color photography or the presence of its cast (Cooper, Massey and Reed Hadley as Wild Bill Hickock), this could have drifted into the hundreds of "B" westerns of the time, entertaining in their own right but basically forgettable. 5 Stars 2-18-13
(au) wrote: Almost up there with the rest of the series, but just faltered slightly at the end. Loved the series and loved each film. Shame there wasn't more. But there are 6 more films with Myrna Loy and William Powell together, so maybe it's time to track them down.
(ru) wrote: The most underrated Bond film. Dalton's angry and hellbent performance is dark and exciting. The revenge plot may have turned some viewers off but I found it thrilling and a nice change of pace for Bond. Sadly, Dalton wasn't a big hit with viewers but they use him effectively here. He's not very dynamic (not so good with the romance) he's much better suited to the darker and edgier material. This would foreshadow the later Daniel Craig Bond films. The epic semi-truck chase is remarkable and a satisfying climactic set piece - one of the best action sequences in the franchise. (Interesting to note, the chase was apparently cursed by a Demonic presence during the filming.) The two Bond women are extremely attractive. The script is very tight, the violence very brutal and the major characters are compelling. Poor Felix. I believe, this is the first Bond film to be entirely original, not based on any Fleming novel. All around, an excellent film. Great water-skiing scene as well!
(jp) wrote: Well... It isn't overrated.