After being framed, a cowboy is sent to jail. After his time is served, he leaves with vengeance in his heart. Soon he meets a young Native American woman and together they go to settle their score with a small town and its corrupt leader.
A crude man is stuck in a loveless marriage. One day he decides to run away from his life and family. First he finds a mistress, but just because a man runs away from one disappointment, doesn't mean he won't run into another one.
This was based on a true story. About a man (Caan) who discovers that his ex-wife has disappeared along with their children. It seems that her new boyfriend works for some criminals. After ... See full summary »
An epic portrait of late Sixties America, as seen through the portrayal of two of its children: anthropology student Daria (who's helping a property developer build a village in the Los ... See full summary »
The film is about half-documentary, half-comedy about a kid who is thought to be the top snowboarder in the world until the day he gets put in jail. When released, he's picked up by all the... See full summary »
While not the best movie ever made, Journey to Shiloh is definitely worth the watch. Seven cowboys travel to war together, finding that away from the open range the world is a contradictory place. I find the year of the movie, 1968, especially relevant. As the boys grow from wide eyed youngsters to hardened men, the viewer finds himself ignoring the lesser qualities of the movie in favor of the story. You could do a lot worse with your time than watching this movie, and afterward you may have a different interpretation of war in general, the American civil war in particular, and at the same time enjoy seeing James Caan and Harrison Ford in the earliest stages of their careers. This movie definitely should be released on DVD.
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