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The Rider is a movie starring Brady Jandreau, Mooney, and Tim Jandreau. After suffering a near fatal head injury, a young cowboy undertakes a search for new identity and what it means to be a man in the heartland of America.

Drama, Western
Chloé Zhao
Brady Jandreau, Lilly Jandreau, Tim Jandreau, Mooney

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Genres Drama, Western
Director Chloé Zhao
Writer Chloé Zhao
Stars Brady Jandreau, Lilly Jandreau, Tim Jandreau, Mooney
Country USA
Also Known As Καλπάζοντας με το όνειρο, The Rider - Il sogno di un cowboy, Domando o Destino, Le cowboy, Binici, Jezdziec, A rodeós, 重生騎士, ザ・ライダー, Ha'rokhev, Jahač
Runtime 1 h 44 min
Audio Português  English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles Português  日本語  Čeština  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Description After suffering a near fatal head injury, a young cowboy undertakes a search for new identity and what it means to be a man in the heartland of America.

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Wednesday, 08 Jul 2020 22:24

Despite the lackluster ratings for this movie, I went to see it as soon as it came out and thoroughly enjoyed it. What impressed me the most was the relatively low budget and beautifully crafted sets. The setting of the movie is a dusty, hick town in South Dakota. There is a point at which the townspeople begin to look down upon the "heros" and the hedonistic lifestyle that their families have long lived. They begin to believe that the road to hell is paved with good intentions and that no one who ever had a hand in creating these things will ever be forgiven for their part in creating them. The woman who is just getting out of jail, Irene, tells a story of her daughter being killed in a car accident. She says that her daughter always wore white, even though it was pretty hot out in the car. The two families grow apart and become rivals. The book that the story is based on was written by George W. Bush and was a call for more social services and religious beliefs. The movie is pretty accurate in the way that it portrays the people and their beliefs and beliefs in how they view their roles in society. There are no heroes in this movie, there are only people who have to stand up for themselves. The actors play their roles very well. I did not expect them to play this role so well. If they could have pulled this off without having to be actors, the movie would have been more impressive. The story itself is more about the relationships between the families and how each one can be held accountable for their actions. The movie also portrays the desire of the two families to be together and the circumstances that lead to the eventual violence between them. There is no easy way to say this, but the movie is actually a very honest look at society and how our moral codes are built. As for the sex scenes, I am not a fan of movies that show people in hot sex scenes. Sex is a big part of our society, but I find that as the years go by, we have become desensitized to it. I think that this movie should have shown us that it is actually very hard to have a sexual relationship with another person. That it is actually a very hard thing to do, and sometimes, we have to make a choice about what we do with our bodies and how we will be perceived. I also thought the nudity was an excellent way to show that sex can be a normal part of being human and that it is actually something that should not be hidden from society.
Wednesday, 01 Jul 2020 07:56

The 1930s are the least remembered decades of the last century. To say that most people don't know much about the years immediately following the Great Depression is a good statement, but a poor one. But the 1930s can be described by many other means than by their lack of historical events. The first film adaptation of John Steinbeck's "The Grapes of Wrath" is often credited with the establishment of the modern Western genre. The film won the Best Picture Oscar for Best Screenplay and Best Director, and was widely considered a landmark in cinema history. Steinbeck was the first writer to make the Western a genre, and the film became a sensation. But while it was a huge hit, the film is actually just a snapshot of the 1920s. The 1920s were a much more complex time than most people think. The Southern states of the US had a growing racial tension that caused civil unrest, and the economic struggles caused by World War I were a major reason why the country entered the Great Depression. It is a good idea to give credit to the film's writers and directors for having the foresight to be able to create an ensemble cast that included the likes of A.C. Gaines, F. Murray Abraham, James Stewart, Ed Harris, Laurence Harvey, and Michael Caine. The actors were known for their working class roles, but they all played them well. But they all have a strong sense of style, and the best of them have their own signature. The acting is mostly good, but the film lacks a good script. The film is very slow, and the script isn't up to scratch either. It is the most meandering and slow of all the Westerns of the 20th century. The editing is also very choppy and unwieldy. The film is in its own right a fantastic cinematic achievement, but it does have its limitations. It is very rare that a film is able to capture the 1920s with such a light touch. As much as I love the 1920s, there are simply not many good films about it. However, "The Rider" has earned its place in film history, and I believe it deserves a far better film than it has received. The fact that it is a Western doesn't make it any less effective, but I believe it is more than deserving of recognition. And while I really loved the film, I think it deserves to be treated as a little more than that. A Western with a script that can be described as choppy, uneven and unbalanced, with a cast that is mostly unknown. But while the actors may not have the best of performances, the film's style is enough to make it an effective piece of work. It is one of the few films to ever have a script that makes it clear where the filmmakers were coming from. The film seems to be really stuck in time, and it is not easy to explain. But it is worth the effort. It is worth viewing, because you will enjoy it. The film is definitely an 8/10. It is very uneven, uneven in a good way, but uneven in a bad way.
Monday, 29 Jun 2020 12:44

After viewing "The Rider" I felt compelled to add my review. While the movie was not what I had hoped it would be, it was a great film that had me in tears at the end. What it lacked was a more traditional Western movie-like ending. It lacked a climactic battle to end the movie on. The movie did have a bit of a slow beginning, but it got better after that. The movie did not let me down in the sense of acting, directing, and writing. The actors were all phenomenal, especially Oscar Isaac, and Ashley Judd. Oscar Isaac was the only actor that did not match his performance in "American Hustle". He truly was outstanding in this film. One of the most talented actors of his generation, Isaac truly deserved the Academy Award for best actor. His performance in "The Rider" was one of the best performances I have ever seen. He carried the movie to an excellent finish. Ashley Judd was also excellent in this film, but I felt that she could have been more involved in the movie. I thought that the director of this film had a strong grasp on what was needed for the audience to see this film. He gave the audience exactly what they wanted, and did not need to tell them what it was about. He also gave a clear explanation of what the characters were fighting for. I thought that it was very important for the director to give the audience the right message, and I was glad that he did. The Rider was a great film that I would highly recommend to anyone. While the film had its flaws, it was a great film and one of my favorite films of 2014. I would give this film a 10 out of 10.
Sunday, 21 Jun 2020 16:19

While I'm not a big fan of the Western genre, I like the story of "The Rider" because it was directed by Ridley Scott and it is based on a true story. Although the story is based on a true story, it's a good story and I would recommend it to anyone. The setting is New Mexico in 1899 and there are many characters that have ties to it. The characters here are all interesting and you have a real feel for their characters. A little girl named Dinah and her mother were caught up in a tragic love affair. They were not exactly the most ordinary people but they did love each other and they knew they would fall in love. It's kind of like the love story of Alice in Wonderland but with more of an action story. In one of the scenes the girl's mother tells her that her husband was in a war and it was a one time deal. They were caught up in a love affair but her mother got jealous and lost control of her. She then died and Dinah blamed her. Now Dinah's sister is a well-educated and educated woman who wants to prove that the girl is the one. She is willing to go to war to prove that she is right. And in doing so she has to stay out of the way of her brother. I thought this movie was great and I would recommend it to anyone. There were several scenes in the movie that are so well done that I just couldn't stop thinking about them. The scenery was beautiful and the actors were great. The movie was very well acted and directed and the actors did a very good job. I just love this movie because it's very well done and has a great story. It's not a typical Western movie that you would see in the theaters. It's one that you would like to see. I give it an 8/10.
Tuesday, 21 Apr 2020 02:39

First things first. The title is a rip-off of the film The Station Agent by James Cagney. That film was made for the BBC in 1965, but not broadcast in the U.S. until 1976. The real name of the film is The Rider. The second thing you need to know about this film is that the movie is loosely based on The Clansman. That film is a 1952 western that was made by Paramount. It was a box office hit and had a star like Roy Rogers and Sam Peckinpah. The original film was made in 1932 for the Disney studio and was distributed to the U.S. as The Old West. It was a hit in the U.S. and became a huge success in Europe. The original film was shot on location in the Mexican border town of Tijuana, which would become a symbol for American immigration. The second film was made on location in Mexico City, but was never released in the U.S. The film was re-edited in 1966 to make it more "family friendly". It's true that if you are into the genre of westerns, you will enjoy this movie. However, if you're a fan of the original film, I would suggest you watch it on DVD or a VHS tape. I give this film 8 stars. It's hard to say much about this film, because there are a lot of good things to be said about it. The film has great music by W. E. B. Du Bois. The story is the same as in the original film, but the settings are different. It's not a big difference, but it does make a difference. The actors are all good and look very similar to their original characters. Overall, this is a good film. It has all the elements of a classic western and is enjoyable for anyone. I recommend this film to anyone. 7/10
Tuesday, 21 Apr 2020 01:24

One of the most beautiful and poignant films I've ever seen. This film shows the rugged American frontier, full of violence and greed. The film starts with the entire cast sitting down to dinner. When the actors begin their meals, the table is literally empty. The scene changes to the bar and the bartender, who is a woman, is also the only person in the entire diner. The actors come into the bar, the bar is empty. The camera changes to the female bartender, who still has not touched a dish of food. A few drinks later the camera is still locked on the female bartender. As the men start to sit down, the entire diner begins to look more and more empty. At the very end of the film, the bar is empty, the entire diner is empty. The waitress, who was left to the mercy of the barman, is now the only person in the bar. She starts to fill her glass, but can't find a dish of food. She reaches over to a bowl of potato chips and starts to eat them, but cannot find a plate of food. She looks to the barman, who is at the counter, but he is either talking to someone or does not respond to the waitress. In the end the waitress and the barman share a moment of quiet. The last shot shows the barman and the female bartender and a tiny glimpse of the empty bar. This film is a beautiful and powerful work of art. The acting is so realistic and gives the viewer an insight to the lifestyles of the small towns that it takes place in. The camera work is great, and I found the use of natural light a great way of showing the movie. The ending of the film is also a wonderful way to end it. This film is a work of art, and I highly recommend it. 8.3/10
Monday, 20 Apr 2020 22:48

A good western is a hard act to follow. Few films actually take this responsibility seriously and this is the best of its kind. It's not that it's an easy task to follow but this one takes it's time and does it well. If you look at this film with the original trilogy in mind then it has to be considered the best of its kind. It's a film that doesn't run out of ideas. It never goes for a cheap shock. It never resorts to violence to make the story dramatic. Instead it goes to the heart of it all. The film's story is as old as the western genre itself and it stays that way. It's all about the good guys. The best of this kind is in the character of the cowboy. The film doesn't give any reason why this character is so great. He is just. He is a good man. And it works that way. He's flawed but he is strong and he does what he has to. The film has a great script that never loses it's power. It's just plain fun. The film has a great story but it also has great performances. I'm not going to say that any of them are Oscar worthy but the performances are very good. There is a great performance in the character of the Sheriff played by Ed Harris. He is the only one that gives this film it's best performance. He gives us a film that doesn't seem to be afraid to take its time. It is slow but it is strong. The film doesn't just take it's time. The slow scenes are absolutely hilarious and you want to keep watching them. They don't get boring. You want to keep watching them and the film takes it's time doing so. I'm not going to say that this film is boring because it's very entertaining but there are scenes that don't have a point. They aren't really needed but they are funny. The film's story is very solid. The film's music is great. It fits perfectly with the story and adds to the experience. The film is a great western but it's not perfect. It doesn't have a perfect script but the film is well worth watching.

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