Some guy wants something badly enough to literally sell his skin to get it. Metaphorically, of course, we all know he is selling his soul to get his heart's desire. Hilarity and chaos ensues plus a happy Hollywood ending because we all know the devil is really a good guy deep down.
Cast: Rock Hudson, Jack Elam, Kirk Douglas, Carol Lynley
Brendan O'Malley arrives at the Mexican home of old flame Belle Breckenridge to find her married to a drunkard getting ready for a cattle drive to Texas. Hot on O'Malley's heels is lawman Dana Stribling who has a personal reason for getting him back into his jurisdiction. Both men join Breckenridge and his wife on the drive. As they near Texas tensions mount, not least because Stribling is starting to court Belle and O'Malley is increasingly drawn by her daughter Missy.
Cast: Tom Berenger, Joaquim de Almeida, Stephen Tobolowsky, Patrick Bergin
"One Man's Hero" tells the little-known story of the "St. Patrick's Battalion" or "San Patricios," a group of mostly Irish, and other immigrants of the Catholic religion, who deserted to Mexico after encountering religious and ethnic prejudice in the U.S. Army during the Mexican-American War. The plot focuses on the personal story of John Riley, an Irishman who had been a Sergeant in the American Army, who is commissioned as a Captain in the Mexican Army, and commands the battalion as he leads his men in battle, and struggles with authorities on both sides of the border.
While his tribe is ready to move on, little Sioux Yakari sets off for the unknown to follow the trail of Little Lightning, an indomitable mustang. Along the way, Yakari has a magical encounter with the Great Eagle, his totem animal, who gives him a beautiful feather, and a fantastic gift: being able to speak with animals. All alone and for the first time, on his quest he traverses the prairie to the territory of the terrible fur hunters.
Cast: Barbara Stanwyck, Anthony Quinn, Evelyn Keyes, Joel McCrea
One of the last bills signed by President Lincoln authorizes pushing the Union Pacific Railroad across the wilderness to California. But financial opportunist Asa Barrows hopes to profit from obstructing it. Chief troubleshooter Jeff Butler has his hands full fighting Barrows' agent, gambler Sid Campeau; Campeau's partner Dick Allen is Jeff's war buddy and rival suitor for engineer's daughter Molly Monahan. Who will survive the effort to push the railroad through at any cost?
Cast: Jennifer Aniston, Matthew Perry, Cara Delevingne, Reese Witherspoon
For the first time after seventeen years, and their last appearance on The Last One (2004), the final episode of the TV series, Friends (1994), Jennifer Aniston; Courteney Cox; Lisa Kudrow; Matt LeBlanc; Matthew Perry, and David Schwimmer, find themselves under the same roof for a reunion special. Hosted by James Corden, and produced by the show's co-creators, Marta Kauffman, David Crane, and Kevin Bright, the show's main cast feels at home in the original sets of Friends (1994), taking a trip down memory lane while sitting on Central Perk's couch. Brimming with emotion, laughter, and tears of joy, "Friends: The Reunion" sheds light on ambivalent endings, the casting process, and many more, as the main cast re-enacts older Friends episodes and meets with a plethora of celebrity guests, including Maggie Wheeler, the show's Janice Litman-Goralnik; Justin Bieber; Cindy Crawford; Cara Delevingne; Lady Gaga; David Beckham; Tom Selleck, and Nobel Peace Prize laureate, Malala Yousafzai.
Cassidy Red is a western romance set against the backdrop of the 19th century American southwest. The film follows the headstrong daughter of a prostitute who returns to her hometown, seeking vengeance against the corrupt lawman she believes murdered her lover.
Cast: Geoffrey Lewis, Henry Silva, Noah Wyle, Lainie Kazan
Divine plays the role of Rosie Velez, a tough and brassy woman who arrives in the small town of Chili Verde, looking for the man who killed her lover. She soon discovers that the town is home to a wide range of bizarre and colorful characters, including a saloon singer named Marguerita Ventura (Lainie Kazan) and a mysterious stranger named Abel Wood (Tab Hunter).
Rosie joins forces with Marguerita and Abel as they search for a cache of gold hidden somewhere in the desert. Along the way, they encounter various obstacles, including a gang of bandits led by a ruthless outlaw named Hard Case Williams (Geoffrey Lewis).
As the group gets closer to finding the treasure, they must navigate their way through a series of hilarious and outrageous situations, including a sandstorm, a showdown with Hard Case Williams and his gang, and a wild and raunchy dance contest.
Throughout the film, "Lust in the Dust" pokes fun at the conventions of classic Western films, with over-the-top characters and outrageous situations. It also features a catchy musical score and comedic performances from the cast, particularly Divine in the lead role.
In the end, the group successfully finds the hidden treasure, but not without some unexpected twists and turns along the way. The film concludes with a humorous and satisfying resolution that highlights the camaraderie and loyalty that develops between the characters.
Overall, "Lust in the Dust" is a fun and irreverent comedy that offers a unique take on the Western genre. It features memorable characters, catchy songs, and a lighthearted tone that makes it an enjoyable watch for fans of campy and unconventional films.
Cast: Guinn 'Big Boy' Williams, Raymond Massey, Olivia de Havilland, Errol Flynn
The story follows Jeb Stuart (Errol Flynn) and his fellow cadets at West Point as they are sent to Kansas to help quell the violent uprising led by abolitionist John Brown (Raymond Massey) and his followers. Along the way, they encounter Kit Carson (Ronald Reagan) and meet a beautiful Southern belle, Kit's niece, named Kit Holliday (Olivia de Havilland).
As the conflict intensifies, Stuart and his men find themselves caught between their duty to uphold the law and their sympathies for the Southern cause. Meanwhile, Brown's raids become increasingly violent, leading to a final showdown between the two sides.
"Santa Fe Trail" is a classic Hollywood Western, with all the hallmarks of the genre, including gunfights, horseback chases, and larger-than-life characters. Flynn and de Havilland, who had previously starred together in "The Adventures of Robin Hood," have great chemistry onscreen and provide the film with a sense of romantic tension. Massey also delivers a strong performance as the fanatical Brown, bringing intensity and depth to the role.
Overall, "Santa Fe Trail" is a well-crafted and entertaining Western that captures the spirit of the genre and features some of Hollywood's most beloved stars.
Cast: Wende Wagner, James Whitmore, Joe Don Baker, George Kennedy
With six of the original Seven decimated after the life-altering events in The Magnificent Seven (1960) and Return of the Seven (1966), the team's sole survivor, Chris Adams, is recruited to free the incarcerated Mexican revolutionary, Quintero. As the rebels do battle with the ruthless dictator, Diaz, and his pitiless right-hand man, Colonel Diego, legendary Chris enlists the help of a lethal sextet of professional gunfighters to rescue the brave leader of the Revolution. Now, once more, Chris' men are called in to save the day. Can the outnumbered Magnificent Seven pull off a glorious victory?
Cast: Gregory Peck, June Lockhart, Chill Wills, Claude Jarman Jr.
The family of Civil War veteran Penny Baxter, who lives and works on a farm in Florida with his wife, Orry, and their son, Jody. The only surviving child of the family, Jody longs for companionship and unexpectedly finds it in the form of an orphaned fawn. While Penny is supportive of his son's four-legged friend, Orry is not, leading to heartbreaking conflict.
Young Jim Craig returns to the Australian high country, after being away herding the horses he caught and sold, in order to provide a stake for his future. He finds things quite different than when he left: his girlfriend, Jessica Harrison, is being pursued by a rich suitor, Jessica's father wants him out of her life, and the residents of the high country are being driven out by the wealthier low country ranchers. Jim definitely has his work cut out for him.