WeakIn Paul Talbots excellent Bronsons Loose! The Making of the Death Wish Films, Brian Garfield, author of the original Death Wish novel, says he was disappointed in the 1974 Charles Bronson film of his book because it lacked subtlety. In fact, he wrote the sequel, Death Sentence, to counteract what he saw as the negative effects of the film. Death Sentence, the book, is about reformation and going legit. Its about why vigilantism just doesnt work. Man, did this movie screw up that message.
Linda White is a Christian housewife, trapped in a loveless marriage which she cant do anything about, as per her beliefs. She desperately wants a baby with her husband Abe, in the hopes that her life might start to pick up but unfortunately, she is barren.
John Reid is the Lone Ranger; a law-abiding man of justice from Texas who resolutely wears his mask and disguise at all times and vows to fight crime and keep the peace in his town. Battling alongside him is his trusted Native American companion Tonto, a painted spirit warrior and the complete opposite of Reid but, nonetheless, they make the perfect crime-fighting duo as they set out to conquer the theft and corruption that threaten the harmony of the people.
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John Reid is a Texas ranger; law-abiding and glad to ride alongside his brother, following in his fathers footsteps. However, enforcing the law is the last thing on his mind when his brother is killed in an ambush. When he wakes after the attack, injured, he is confronted by Tonto; a strange Native American spirit warrior who wishes to team up with him and seek justice. Reid must abandon the law, and fight the real crime in the town and so he dons his mask and dubs himself Lone Ranger and with Tonto, vows to protect the people from the impending insidious threat.
John Reid is a Texas ranger; law-abiding and glad to ride alongside his brother, following…
this is the United States of America not the united people of America each state is different and should be allowed an equal say
But then again you could just look it up
The electoral college prevents 1 state from politically controlling another state. stops tyranny & secures the reason we became a country.
Here is the Walt Disney Pictures adaption of the 50s Western TV show The Lone Ranger that first gained public attention as a radio show in the 30s. Its an amusing and truly stunning take on the story featuring an all-star cast with direction from the Oscar winningGore Verbinski(Pirates of the Caribbean, Rango, The Ring, Mousetrap). The screenwriting group includes Oscar nominees Ted Elliott and Terry Rossio (The Mask of Zorro, Pirates of the Caribbean, Shrek) as well as Justin Haythe (The Clearing, Revolutionary Road). The movie is set for release in UK cinemas everywhere from August 9th 2013.
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It started out as a thirties radio show before becoming a hit TV series in the fifties, and now it has been adapted by Walt Disney Pictures for the silver screen. The Lone Ranger is an exciting contemporary version of this much-loved tale with high-energy action and much in the way of humour. Its a wonderful take on the famous partnership that is masked hero Tonto and his faithful kemosabe. Oscar winning movie geniusGore Verbinskireturned to Walt Disney to work on the movie with Hollywood superstarJohnny Deppin his wake having previously worked on the film companys epic film series Pirates of the Caribbean. The screenwriters include the writers of masked crusader The Mask of Zorro Ted Elliott and Terry Rossio, with Justin Haythe (The Clearing, Revolutionary Road). It is set to hit cinemas across the UK on August 9th 2013.
Starring:Johnny DeppArmie HammerWilliam FichtnerRuth WilsonJames Badge DaleTom WilkinsonBarry PepperHelena Bonham CarterMason CookJames FrainHarry TreadawayMatt OLearyW. Earl BrownLeon RippyTimothy V. MurphyJoaquin CosioDamon HerrimanRobert Baker,
Beth and Daniel (King and Grillo) have just moved into their new home, and invite a group of friends over for a housewarming party. But things turn nasty very quickly when three crazed criminals burst into the house. The Koffin brothers – ringleader Ike (Flueger), brutal Addley (Kole) and injured baby brother Johnny (OLeary) – used to live in this house. Soon their Mama (De Mornay) and sister Lydia (Woll) arrive, and they take the partiers hostage, horrifically tormenting them while trying to gather cash to make a run for Canada.
BadA remake of the 1983 schlock horror The House on Sorority Row, this film is too bland to catch our imagination. There are plenty of cheap thrills, plus some camp excess to keep us laughing, but its never scary.
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John Reid bears the alias of the Lone Ranger and uses his title and his mask to fight for justice and maintain the law. Hes Texas born, never removes his disguise and fights for peace in his troubled town with his Native American friend Tonto who is a spirit warrior with a personality a mile away from that of the Ranger but they still remain loyal companions on their journey to eliminate crime in their quiet town.
BadThis remake of the 1980 horror movie shifts the genre from a mad backwoods family thriller into torture porn. Its a deliberately sadistic movie with a strong misogynist undercurrent. And it has no discernible point.
Everyone please look-up and re-learn why the Electoral College exists. Understand why our republic will always present liberty to all.
@Jessicamcook is the strongest women Ive ever met. I see her get attacked by the meek and jealous only to try and help them in the end.
Director-cowriter Megan Griffiths refuses to sensationalise the tabloid aspects of this harrowing true story about…
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More so today as some states have less of a pop than one city on the coasts. Those states should always have a say.
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I feel like everybody is waiting for Robert De Niro to do something.
In this movie, Bowie (Jason Patric) the frontier adventurer and volunteer army colonel is presented as little more than an infamous knife fighter haunted by his wifes death. Newspaper publisher, lawyer and militiaman Lt. Col. William B. Travis (Patrick Wilson) is just a determined dandy with questioned military skills (questioned mostly by Bowie) who rises to the occasion as temporary commander of these now-fortified grounds surrounding an unfinished mission. David Davey Crockett (Billy Bob Thornton) is a fiddle-playing former senator made famous by a stage play written about something he once did while wearing a coonskin hat — and why hes even at the Alamo isnt entirely clear.
The true story begins in 1994 New Mexico, where 18-year-old Hyun Jae (Chung) goes on a date with a seemingly nice guy (Mechlowicz) and is suddenly sold into black-market slavery. Shes renamed Eden and forced to work as a prostitute alongside much younger girls. Living in a series of warehouses overseen by crooked cop Bob (Bridges), Eden continually tries to escape and is met with brutal punishment as a result. Finally, she decides that her only hope is to get close to their pimp Vaughan (OLeary), a young veteran with a drug-addiction problem. But as she gets to know him, she realises that hes trapped as well.
If you want to remember the Alamo, the latest feature film version of the Texas forts famous last stand may not be much help.
@johnhutchison20 Im a big fan. Would love to meet you if at all possible! Im in Van shooting a film, coffee is always a possibility!
Ever notice the smart ones seem weird until they prove themselves through something-somethought new? We alienate above and below our level.
The Lone Ranger is the Walt Disney Pictures adaption of the legendary Western tales that started out on the radio in the 1930s before hitting TV screens in the 50s. Its a stunning modern take on the stories combining serious action with hilarity, with wonderful character development and the heart-warming partnership of Tonto and his kemosabe. It was only right that Oscar winning big budget directorGore Verbinskireturned to Walt Disney to work on the movie, having previously worked on Disneys popular film series Pirates of the Caribbean. The screenwriters included those who wrote the modern story of another masked hero on The Mask of Zorro Ted Elliott and Terry Rossio, along with Justin Haythe (The Clearing, Revolutionary Road). The movie will hit cinemas in the UK on August 9th 2013.
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Im not bewildered by hate. Im bewildered by hate-haters hating.
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Brick starMatt OLearytalks of his excitement on the red carpet at the world premiere of The Lone Ranger; the re-make of the 50s TV series that has been a popular Western franchise since it first appeared on the radio in 1933. Matt plays the character of the bandit Skinny.
In a position like this you have to ask yourself, what would Captain Picard do?
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@EricBilitch I think generalizing could be used as hate. Maybe if there wasnt so much of that going on…
Five sorority sisters get themselves into trouble when a practical joke goes violently wrong. Pushy leader Jessica (Pipes) wants to cover up the crime, and Claire and Chugs (Chung and Harshman) agree. But Cassidy (Evigan) wants to come clean, and Ellie (Willis) cant cope with the guilt. Eight months later it comes back to haunt them, when the girl (Patridge) they thought was dead seems to return with a vengeance on the night of their year-end party.
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Ever have a dream so real it fu%s you in the head and you wake up mad at the real person responsible for your fake dream?.. I do ?
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Director-cowriter Megan Griffiths refuses to sensationalise the tabloid aspects of this harrowing true story about human trafficking within the USA. As she follows the central character into a nightmare of forced prostitution, the film could have easily exploited the sexual situations. Instead, she takes a matter-of-fact approach thats deeply unsettling. The filmmaking may sometimes feel a little simplistic, but it raises issues in ways we never expect.
I cant be the first person to call Los Angeles Silicone Valley am I?
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Starring:Johnny DeppArmie HammerWilliam FichtnerRuth WilsonJames Badge DaleTom WilkinsonBarry PepperHelena Bonham CarterMason CookJames FrainHarry TreadawayMatt OLearyW. Earl BrownLeon RippyTimothy V. MurphyJoaquin CosioDamon HerrimanandRobert Baker
A beautifully produced but relatively bloodless (literally and figuratively) Hollywood rendering of the 1836 siege on San Antonio by tyrannical General Santa Anna, who was determined to recapture the territory for Mexico, its a movie more concerned with details like Jim Bowies terminal case of consumption than it is with the historical context of its story and its legendary characters.
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The film explores much more complex aspects of the captive-captor relationship, as Eden becomes increasingly close to Vaughan, helping him with his work and even ratting out some of the other girls who break the rules. Of course, theres an event that snaps Eden back to attention, leading to the necessary confrontation. But all the way through, filmmaker Griffiths focuses on the psychological and emotional side of the story, leaving much of the actual violence and sexual abuse off-screen. Just a bit more detail, and a clearer sense of the chain of events, might have made the films gut-punch much stronger.
Director James Wans (Saw) version of Death Sentence is practically a celebration of vigilantism. Sure, the film hammers home the message that the business of revenge is soul-rotting, but it doesnt offer up any other solutions. The legal system doesnt work. Cops are lazy and slow. Worse, they are helpless. And the bad guys always can and will find you. The only place a person is safe today is behind the barrel of a gun.