Smith, a mob informer hiding out with the Witness Protection Program, decides to make a break for it and hide out in the Arizona desert. The Feds catch up with him and rescue him just ... See full summary »
Lou Diamond Phillips,
We join the trial of a suspected serial killer as the judge gives his final instructions to the jury. The jury seems set to convict but the foreman persuades them to first examine the ... See full summary »
Hardened criminal Lester is in prison for armed robbery and murder. When his request for parole is refused, he escapes and hatches a plan for revenge and make him rich. He leads two gang ... See full summary »
In Los Angeles, after a violent drug rip-off, the Los Angeles Police Department detectives find the identity of the trio - the sadistic I.Q. of 150 and college graduate Lenny "Pluto" ... See full summary »
Billy Bob Thornton,
I really wish I'd read the reviews of Nate and the Colonel before I'd seen it. After reading that it was compared to Dances with Wolves on the front cover of the DVD I thought I'd be in for a treat. How wrong I was. First off, the beard on Carlos Milano is laughable - not as laughable as his acting, but pretty close. Throw in some of the worst dialogue imaginable and the inexplicable fact of the Indians suddenly being able to speak fluent English halfway through and you've got one of the worst movies ever made. The story in itself has something to it. Had there been credible actors with at least an ounce of ability, any idea of how to edit a movie together and perhaps some time taken, I can see this as a half-decent show as the general premise is a worthwhile one. The best part of this movie is when it's over. I will now burn it to ensure nobody else has to sit through it.
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