When greedy land-grabber, Bloomington, destroys his family, Isaiah, knows nothing about the world, but vows to someday get revenge. He learns about good and evil by being forced to rob a bank and then capturing the gang. He learns how to live off the land from Otter Bob, the Best Mountain Man in Texas. He learns about friendship and loyalty after saving the life of Cortina, the Hero of the Mexican People. He learns how to shoot from Nat Love. He learns about love from Stagecoach Mary. It finally comes down to a showdown with the notorious Undertaker, whos working for Bloomington. But, theres something about The Undertaker that makes this worse since theres a rumor the he killed Isaiahs brother, Jedediah.
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This review is from: The Cherokee Kid (DVD) The DVD compared well to others in this genre. I like everything about it, it's a classic. The sound and picture looks great for a standard DVD. It was definitely worth the money and I would recommend to others.
This review is from: The Cherokee Kid (DVD) I watched this movie years ago when it first aired and have enjoyed it ever since.
This Western captures your attention from beginning to end and doesn't let up. I originally watched this film thinking it would be a western parody (Sinbad) but was really surprised at just how good it was. It has an all star cast and great character developement. I love this movie.
This review is from: The Cherokee Kid (DVD) I enjoyed this movie. As The Cherokee Kid(Sinbad) met different people, he not only learned from them, but he picked up a life's lesson in the process. Faith took him and his brother(played by the late and great Greagory Hines), on the same path.
Decent but dull and recycled film about The Cherokee Kid (Sinbad) and hismany idiotic adventures. I don't remember much of this movie, but there isone thing I do remember: never, ever give SinBAD his own movie everagain.
This review is from: The Cherokee Kid (DVD) I honestly don't think that Sinbad has made a bad movie, Necessary Roughness, Houseguest, Cherokee Kid, Meteor Man, Good Burger, First Kid, Jingle All the Way... I mean c'mon... they are ALL GREAT! Very talented actor and definitely overlooked. Also an awesome CLEAN COMIC!
This review is from: The Cherokee Kid (DVD) It was hilarious. I saw it when it was originally released, but could not find it for purchase. If you are a fan of Sinbad, this is a must for your collection. The cast is outstanding, and now I have something with Gregory Hines.
This movie is a laugh a minute. It has a great cast and was fun and fast-paced. A definite must see!
The Cherokee Kid is a fun film from start to finish. I truly enjoyed the movie all the way through. The plot is simple, its your classic revenge story where Sinbad's parents where killed and vows revenge the man that killed his parents. The fun part is how he transforms for the young child with no real skills to survive in the west to one of the "Greatest Gun Slingers of All Time". If you have a little time and want to see a Sinbad film with decent acting and fun plot, then this is your film.
This review is from: The Cherokee Kid (DVD) Good movie, ending was VERY INTERESTING. Would/Will tell friends to get this movie. jimbo
Bumbling Sinbad sets out to avenge the murder of his parents yearsearlier by villainous railroad boss James Coburn. Failing miserably thefirst time around, he learns to fight, shoot, and survive from mountainman Burt Reynolds and notorious bandit Ernie Hudson, before taking onCoburn a second time.Winning performances by the endlessly glib Sinbad and scene-stealersReynolds and A. Martinez, along with some genuinely funny moments andsome good action, make for a truly entertaining movie that surprisinglyhas a lot to say about friendship and loyalty.The great all-star cast also includes Gregory Hines and Hal Williams.There's great chemistry at work here. Also, look fast for old-timeblack cowboy star Herb Jeffries in a non-speaking background role.I really wish HBO Films were still making good movies like this!
This is an excellant comedy/western in which Sinbad, who plays the main character Isiah Turner/Cherokee Kid, develops from a wet nosed runt to a true cowboy. Along his way Sinbad meets many people that help him avenge his parents deaths. His path leads him to many obstacles, among which is a showdown with his long lost brother. The two brothers then take down the men who killed their parents.