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Tag Archives: western
A gun man is hired by a widow to locate her husband’s gold that he stole in order to return it to the rightful owner and start anew. Starring John Wayne, Ann-Margret, Rod Taylor This film is a classic. It’s a classic in … Continue reading
A friendship emerges between a robot and a boy. They band together with a group of friends to become a team of heroes. Starring Scott Adsit, Ryan Potter, Daniel Henney, T.J. Miller A thoughtful and entertaining Disney film, I thought this … Continue reading
Aliens attack Earth in the Wild West of 1843. A group of cowboys and Native Americans band together to fight them. Based on the graphic novel of the same name by Scott Mitchell Rosenberg. Starring Daniel Craig, Abigail Spencer, Buck … Continue reading
After a bank robbery, the two partners go on the run. One takes the money and leaves the other to get caught. Once he gets out of prison, he goes after he’s partner. Starring Marlon Brando, Karl Malden, Katy Jurado … Continue reading
Rated NR Great Story. Beautifully filmed. I relished in James Stewart’s performance but I must say that Arthur Kennedy took the show. His performance almost out shines Stewart’s. This film isn’t your average Western. It’s more of a mystery or … Continue reading
Rated PG-13 Why does Kevin Costner’s films always last forever? I think I lost interest in this film between Kevin coming on-screen to the last scene. Now, I know we were going through Wyatt Earp’s life and he did have a … Continue reading
Cimarron (1931) Rated NR Director Wesley Ruggles’ sweeping adaptation of Edna Ferber’s classic American novel was the first Western to win the Best Picture Oscar. Richard Dix stars as Yancey Cravat, a larger-than-life pioneer and newspaperman who moves his family … Continue reading
Rated NR The Far Country is another great western starring James Stewart. The writing was excellent in keeping Stewart as an anti-hero for as long as possible. As much as the film was excellent, I kept wondering who Stewart was going … Continue reading