100 Rifles (1969) 1080p YIFY Movie

100 Rifles (1969) 1080p

In 19th century Mexico a native revolutionary,Yaqui Joe,robs a bank to buy arms for his oppressed people but he finds himself wanted by American lawmen and the Mexican Army.

IMDB: 5.99 Likes

  • Genre: Adventure | War
  • Quality: 1080p
  • Size: 2.09G
  • Resolution: 1920x1040 / 23.976 (23976/1000) fpsfps
  • Language: English  
  • Run Time: 110
  • IMDB Rating: 5.9/10 
  • MPR: PG
  • Peers/Seeds: 1 / 0

The Synopsis for 100 Rifles (1969) 1080p

Reynolds plays Yaqui Joe, an Indian who robs a bank in order to buy guns for his people who are being savagely repressed by the government. Set in turn of the century Mexico, it tells the story of his flight into Mexico and his pursuit by an American lawman. They eventually become allies and team up with Welch to take up the cause of the Indians.

The Director and Players for 100 Rifles (1969) 1080p

[Director]Tom Gries
[Role:]Jim Brown
[Role:]Raquel Welch
[Role:]Burt Reynolds

The Reviews for 100 Rifles (1969) 1080p

Rifles or Trifles?Reviewed bySpikeopathVote: 7/10

100 Rifles is directed by Tom Gries and Gries adapts to screenplay with Clair Huffaker from Robert MacLeod's novel The Californio. It stars Burt Reynolds, Jim Brown, Raquel Welch, Fernando Lamas and Dan O'Herlihy. Music is by Jerry Goldsmith and cinematography by Cecilio Paniagua.

Arizona lawman Lydecker (Brown) travels into Mexico to arrest bank robber Yaqui Joe Herrera (Reynolds), and lands in the middle of a war between the Yaquis and the Mexican army.

A good blood pumping Oater feasting on Spaghetti leanings, 100 Rifles boasts star appeal coupled with exciting genre staples. Filmed in Almeria in Spain, pic doesn't lack for smooth on the eyes locations either. The dialogue is a mixture of cheese and the philosophical, but it sits well in the production. It's strong on violence, with a number of action sequences very well constructed, while it has a cheeky glint in its eye and for sure is sexy into the bargain. OK, so the cast aren't exactly pulling up any trees, but they are fun to watch as we take in weasel villains and lovable rogues.

Good time to be had here. 7/10

Burt Reynolds Is The StarReviewed byslightlymad22Vote: 8/10

Continuing my plan to watch every Burt Reynolds movie in his filmography in order, I come to 100 Rifles.

Plot in A Paragraph: Set in Mexico during Indian oppression and rebellion. Law man Lyedecker (Jim Brown) arrives in town in hot pursuit of Yaqui Joe (Burt Reynolds) who has stolen $6000 from a bank. Lyedecker soon catches his man, but problems arise when it is revealed Joe is involved in the Indian uprising, and has used the money to buy 100 Rifles for the Indians, which he plans on taking them to the Indians with Sarita (Raquel Welch) Leydecker gets caught up in the uprising but is determined to get his man back to the U.S. as a prisoner.

Jim Brown does as well as he can in his role, but acting is not his strong suit. Raquel Welch is gorgeous with a wonderful body, but she was not much of an actress back then and only Burt Reynolds emerges the films real star "acting wise" he plays the role with a glint in his eye and he brings the laughs. Of the three co stars he is the only one who can actually act.

Had his character being better scripted, then this would be one of Burt Reynolds more famous characters. As it it is he easily stole this picture.

I don't understand why there isn't more love this movie. Burt Reynolds earlier western" Navajo Joe" has a cult following yet is nowhere near as well made or as enjoyable as "100 Rifles"

Revolution okayReviewed bybygardVote: 6/10

Judging by the plot this movie shows up as a pretty typical action western of the late sixties with revolution stuff leaning strongly on the messages of counterculture and the Vietnam era. Mostly it seems to ride somewhere between 'The Professionals' and 'The Wild Bunch' for its mood and action. A strong link through the story can also be made to Damiano Damiani's 'A Bullet for the General', an excellent spaghetti western with some political overtones. In '100 Rifles' one can forget the politics and concentrate on action. This is a very violent western but still surprisingly low on gore. A bit like in those older westerns, a lot of shooting and stabbing and whatever without gushing copious amounts of fake blood. Maybe that suits better here. We have seen enough Peckinpah imitations already.

The film takes full advantage of Raquel Welch's well working sex appeal. The hot love scene between her and Jim Brown was considered controversial at the time the movie came out. Now it's just two people making love and Welch really enjoying her work or being corny, judge yourself. Brown makes a highly likable hero and Reynolds in his before super-stardom state of career is also good as a halfbreed bandit with the familiar glint in the eye. At times I got the feeling he was lightly making fun of Marlon Brando's Zapata. That may be, because I recently saw on DVD an old episode of Sonny and Cher Show in which he was successfully aping Brando's Kowalski from 'A Streetcar Named Desire' and was so funny. So, an okay action western but nothing revolutionary in spite of the story subject.

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