Last Of The Dogmen
Despite an irritating, tacked-on voice-over narration that somebody must have thought was necessary to make sense of the story (it wasn't), Last of the Dogmen is actually a very moving and magical film. Tom Berenger plays a Montana bounty hunter who helps an anthropologist (Barbara Hershey) search for the descendants of a Cheyenne tribe who disappeared in the 1870s. What the two find in a remote mountain stretch is an entire community of Cheyenne who have kept themselves cut off from the modern world. A Dances with Wolves parallel emerges as the white outsiders gradually fit in, but Last of the Dogmen stands up just fine without comparison to any other films. As in Kevin Costner's Oscar-winning movie, however, there are ways in which this film captures a similar sense of yearning, mystery, and loss. --Tom Keogh --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
LAST OF THE DOGMEN is an exercise in "what if..." What if a band of Cheyenne in the late 1800's escaped soldiers in a last, desperate effort for survival, made it into... Read morePublished on Jan. 22 2004
I love movies. I bought this movie because of the reviews here. I was all set to love this movie. Well, not too far into it I was bored, the dialogue was trite and only the scenery... Read morePublished on March 28 2003 by S. Mitchell
I still do not own this movie but have rented it a few times and greatly enjoyed the story. One of the things I liked most about the movie was Tom Beringer's dog Zip, a... Read morePublished on Dec 25 2002
A friend brought it over and I had it around for a couple of months before I watched it because the name didn't sound like anything I would like. Read morePublished on Dec 25 2002
This is simply a terrific movie that has it all, a wonderful cast, an intriguing story line, beautiful scenery, and an enjoyable soundtrack. Read morePublished on Oct. 13 2002 by Lawyeraau
Last of the Dogmen is the story of a trapper, played by Tom Berenger, who discovers a lost tribe of Cheyenne Indians. Read morePublished on Sept. 10 2002 by hrladyship