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Beautiful movie addressing the truth of how Native Americans are still treated in their own country
One of my favorite movies of all times and so underrated. Il think people don't know about this wonderful movie. It wasn't talked about very much. The mood is the best part of the movie. It's thick and loaded and poignant... and it takes a long time to get out of the story when the movie is over. The music and the characters majorly create that mood. The pace to. Yes, it is a slow movie, because it needs to be. It's hard to believe that this is the first movie directed by Jason Momoa because I think it's that good. I watched it a dozen times already...
An extremely underrated film with a beautiful soundtrack and gorgeous cinematography. Road to Paloma isnâ(TM)t flashy, but it is a very well acted, and incredibly powerful movie for those who understand.
An enjoyable biker movie only slightly marred by an overly melodramatic ending. A good first effort by director Jason Momoa.
It's a slow paced movie but was truly moved by this character's journey.
Um índio mata o homem que matou e estuprou sua genitora e o mesmo viaja de moto até Paloma para levar as cinzar de sua mãe para o local onde ela nasceu, sendo perseguido pelo FBI enquanto faz amizade com um louco briguento...
Beautiful movie. So much said with the basics.
Two men with their motorcycles.
Fine characters and the theme, but could not get the best out of it. The film was slow, though that's the way of it. The story seems very interesting, but that continued from the earlier event which the film did not cover. So it was built on that about a native American who avenged his mother's death and now on the run, chased by an FBI agent. At some point they are going to encounter and what happens then is what puts the end to this narration.
Jason Momoa starred, written, produced and directed the film. I'm really impressed by the attempt, but the film is not going to be enjoyed by everyone. It's a road movie, cross country journey, but filled with more drama than the bike ride or the roadside views. That's fine because it was about the family, and the native Americans who are still suffering from the outrageous acts committed by some of the white men.
The narration lacked the appeal, because of the dullness in its scenes. But still there some very good scenes. So it feels more like a TV film and the viewers with no expectation could have a decent time. The end disappointed me, because the rest of the story was developed from the one side, that makes you are forced to believe whatever the film says. You will never have your point of view on what the film deals. If you compromise on that, it will be a better film for you.
A just oke movie of a guy cruisin throu the desert....Not my favorite actor do .
Like a road film of old. Nice bikes, beautiful surroundings and a nice musical soundtrack. The tale of Robert Wolf is one of loss, justice, redemption and love. With real meaning behind it and what happens on reservations