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3:10 to Yuma|
Western starring Christian Bale and Russell Crowe. In Arizona in the late 1800s,
infamous outlaw Ben Wade (Crowe) and his vicious gang of thieves and murderers
plagued the Southern Railroad. When Wade is captured, Civil War veteran Dan
Evans (Christian Bale), struggling to survive on his drought-plagued ranch,
volunteers to deliver Wade alive to the 3:10 to Yuma, a train that will take the
killer to trial.
On the trail, Evans and Wade, each from very different worlds, begin to earn
each other's respect. But with Wade's outfit on their trail - and dangers at
every turn - the mission soon becomes a violent, impossible journey toward each
Ed Harris directs and stars in this Western, which co-stars Viggo Mortensen and
Jeremy Irons. When Virgil Cole (Harris) and Everett Hitch (Mortensen) arrive in
Appaloosa, they find a town suffering at the hands of villaionous rancher
Randall Bragg (Irons). Their attempts to free the town from Bragg's tyranny are
complicated by the arrival of beautiful young widow Allison French (Renee
Assassination Of Jesse James|
Western starring Brad Pitt as the legendary Wild West outlaw Jesse James. To
those he robbed and terrorised, he may have been just a criminal, but in the
sensational newspaper articles and dime novels chronicling the James Gang
throughout the 1870s, Jesse was the object of awe and admiration. Foremost among
his admirers was Robert Ford (Casey Affleck), an idealistic and ambitious young
man who had devoted his life to the hope of one day riding alongside his idol.
When Robert is recruited into James' notorious gang, he eventually grows
jealous of the famed outlaw and when he and his brother Charley (Sam Rockwell)
sense an opportunity to kill James, their murderous action elevates their target
to near mythical status.
Sam Shepard stars in this Western as a middle-aged Butch Cassidy. Nearly 20
years on from the infamous standoff in which he and the Sundance Kid supposedly
died, an ageing Butch Cassidy (Sam Shepard), now known as Blackthorn, is living
a quiet life in Bolivia, keeping his head down and earning his way by breeding
horses. But when he meets Spanish robber Eduardo Apodaca and hears of his daring
heist plan, he realises this could be his big chance not only to relive the
glory days but to buy his way back home.
S. Craig Zahler makes his directorial debut in this Western horror set in the
1890s. When local doctor Samantha O'Dwyer (Lili Simmons) suddenly goes missing
along with a crook and deputy sheriff the only clue left behind is a single
arrow, the marker of a group known as the 'Troglodytes', infamous for their
brutality and cannibalism.
Samantha's husband Arthur (Patrick Wilson) sets out with a team of three men
to retrieve their captive townsfolk. The band includes Sheriff Franklin Hunt
(Kurt Russell), womaniser John Brooder (Matthew Fox) and 'back up deputy
sheriff' Chicory (Richard Jenkins). Their rescue journey is fraught with
violence and misfortune, but their foe is much more savage than they could have
Two-part television drama starring Robert Duval and Thomas Hayden Church. The
year is 1897. As Print Ritter (Duvall) and his estranged nephew Tom Harte
(Church) travel the slow road to reconciliation, they reluctantly find
themselves forced to care for five abused and abandoned Chinese immigrants while
simultaneously attempting to deliver a herd of horses across the plains.
Soon confronted by a gang of malevolent kidnappers who intend to abduct the
girls and use them for the own nefarious purposes, Print and Tom determine to
keep their young charges out of harms way while ensuring that their valuable
delivery reaches its intended destination.
Brothers In Arms|
Western about a group of outlaws who band together to try and take down local
business tycoon and town dictator, Driscoll (David Carradine). He has control of
the townsfolk, the banks and the Mayor. When the outlaws decide to rob his cash
stored in the local bank Driscoll hires a group of bounty hunters to try and
take the outlaws out.
The outlaws, Sheriff, and townsfolk eventually unite against a common enemy -
Dollar For The Dead|
Lone gunslinger Cowboy (Emilio Estevez) appears to exist solely to protect the
weak from the many criminal elements inhabiting the lawless Wild West. One of
the beneficiaries of his kindness tips him off about a horde of treasure, but in
order to claim his reward, Cowboy has to shoot down opposition from two sides: a
mercenary gang who have been on the treasure trail for years; and a band of
self-elected lawmen, known as The Regulators, led by Cowboy's nemesis, Reager (Howie
Western drama directed by Jon Cassar, starring Kiefer and Donald Sutherland.
In 1872, Civil War veteran and former gunslinger John Henry Clayton (Kiefer
Sutherland) returns home to Wyoming in an attempt to repair his relationship
with his estranged father Reverend William Clayton (Donald Sutherland). With
William ashamed of his son's past, John sets out to prove he's now a changed
However, when a ruthless gang of outlaws arrives and begins to terrorise the
town, John is forced to return to his old ways in a desperate effort to save the
community from their merciless attackers. The cast also includes Demi Moore,
Brian Cox and Aaron Poole.
The Hateful Eight
Quentin Tarantino writes and directs this Western thriller featuring an
all-star cast including Kurt Russell, Samuel L. Jackson, Tim Roth and Walton
Goggins. Set after the American Civil War, the film follows bounty hunter John
'The Hangman' Ruth (Russell) as he takes shelter in a remote stagecoach stopover
with his captive prisoner Daisy Domergue (Jennifer Jason Leigh).
On his way there, Ruth meets ex-Union soldier and fellow bounty hunter Major
Marquis Warren (Jackson) and Chris Mannix (Goggins), a man who claims to be the
sheriff. When the newly-formed group arrive at the cabin an assortment of other
unfamiliar and unsavoury characters awaits them. Ennio Morricone won a Golden
Globe Award, a BAFTA and an Academy Award for his score and the film was
nominated for three Academy Awards including Best Supporting Actress (Jason
TV mini-series starring Kevin Costner and Bill Paxton as the head of two
families caught up in a bitter feud in 19th century America. The series is based
on the real life feud between a West Virginia family and their rivals from
Kentucky, which lasted almost 30 years and became a byword for the dangers of
family and tribal loyalties. 'Devil' Anse Hatfield (Costner) and Randall McCoy
(Paxton) fight side by side in the Confederate army.
The two men return home from the Civil War exhausted and seeking peace.
However, courtesy of a series of misunderstandings, a civil war abruptly breaks
out between the two families that promises to be almost as deadly and divisive
as the nationwide war...
Tommy Lee Jones co-writes, directs and stars in this frontier-set drama. Jones
stars as George Biggs, an army deserter and claim jumper, who is saved from
near-death by the headstrong and pious spinster Mary Bee Cuddy (Hilary Swank).
Mary, who has taken on the responsibility of caring for three mentally unstable
local women, is on her way to Iowa, where a minister's wife (Meryl Streep) has
agreed to take the women into her care.
Recognising that the journey will be dangerous, Mary asks George to accompany
her across the harsh landscape and offer protection as a way of repaying her act
of kindness. With no other option, George agrees. But neither of them can
prepare for the numerous threats they will face en route...
Last Rites Of Ransom Pride|
Lizzy Caplan stars in this slightly surrealist Western set on the
Mexican/American border in the early 1900s. Juliette Flower (Caplan) made a
promise to her outlaw lover Ransom Pride (Scott Speedman) that, in the event of
his death, she would retrieve his body and bury it next to his mother's grave in
Texas. Now Juliette must overcome all manner of dangerous adversaries -
including a murderous Reverend (Dwight Yoakam), a wicked outlaw (Kris
Kristofferson), two ruthless bounty hunters (W.
Earl Brown and Jason Priestley) and a vicious Mexican mystic (Cote de Pablo)
- in order to stand by her man and honour her oath.
A small Mexican village, terrorised by the cutthroat Calvera (Eli Wallach)
and his bandits, hire a team of seven mercenaries to expel the vile interloper.
The seven are led by Chris (Yul Brynner), and they set about the job of training
the terrified townfolk in the art of killing before meting out their own brand
of justice. Director John Sturges' re-make of Akira Kurosawa's 'The Seven
Samurai' cemented star-like qualities on most of its cast, including James
Coburn, Steve McQueen, Charles Bronson and Robert Vaughn.
Magnificent Seven (2017)
Antoine Fuqua directs this modern take on the classic 1960s Western. With the
small town of Rose Creek under seige from the evil, corrupt businessman
Bartholomew Bogue (Peter Sarsgaard), the residents seek the help of bounty
hunter Sam Chisolm (Denzel Washington) to fight and help save their town. Joined
by six other loyal men - gambler Josh Farraday (Chris Pratt), shooter Goodnight
Robicheaux (Ethan Hawke), tracker Jack Horne (Vincent D'Onofrio), assassin Billy
Rocks (Byung-hun Lee), warrior Red Harvest (Martin Sensmeier) and outlaw Vasquez
(Manuel Garcia-Rulfo) - Chisolm sets a plan in motion to defend the lives of the
good people of Rose Creek.
Man Who Came Back|
Western revenge drama set at the end of the American Civil War. Louisiana
plantation overseer Reese Paxton (Eric Braeden) decides to fight for justice for
his workers, former slaves who now work for a pittance, who have been brutally
attacked by the local town elite after going on strike for better pay. After he
and his family are targetted by the sadistic Billy Duke (James Patrick Stuart),
Reese finds himself imprisoned by Billy's corrupt father, Judge Duke (George
Now, having survived humiliation and savage beatings, Reese sets out for his
former home, determined to wreak havoc and bloody revenge.
Once Upon A Time In Mexico|
Another sprawling South American action-adventure from Mexican director Roberto
Rodriguez. Rogue CIA agent Sands (Johnny Depp) finds himself having to recruit
the services of the legendary vigilante El Mariachi (Antonio Banderas) in order
to prevent an assassination attempt on the Mexican president. Although Mariachi
has been in hiding since the death of his lover (Salma Hayek), Sands manages to
persuade him to help as they will be fighting a common enemy: General Marquez
(Gerardo Vigil), who is leading the assassination attempt and with whom Mariachi
has a score to settle.
Western set in the 1880s, directed by Kevin Costner. Robert Duvall heads the
cast as Boss Spearman, who, along with his partner Charley Waite (Costner) and
their two helpers, Mose (Abraham Benrubi) and Buttons (Diego Luna), has been
leading a quiet nomadic life driving cattle across the plains for the last ten
years. Their peaceful existence comes under threat when the local cattle rancher
Baxter (Michael Gambon) suddenly warns the foursome to get off his land.
Boss, already riled by Baxter's dirty dealings, decides to fight back, and
the film climaxes in a dramatic gunfight between Boss and Charley and Baxter's
Michael Fassbender and Kodi Smit-McPhee star in this Western from
writer/director John Maclean, who makes his feature debut. Set in the late
1800s, the story follows 16-year-old Jay Cavendish (Smit-McPhee) as he goes on a
journey from Scotland to America, traveling across the Wild West in an attempt
to find his sweetheart Rose Ross (Caren Pistorius), who was forced to leave the
country with her father John (Rory McCann) following an accident. Jay meets the
mysterious Silas Selleck (Fassbender) along the way and the two team up as they
face the harsh environment and a band of bounty hunters.
Western starring Liam Neeson and Pierce Brosnan. The American Civil War has
ended but Colonel Morsman Carver (Neeson) is on one final mission: to kill
Gideon (Brosnan) no matter what it takes. Launched by a gunshot and propelled by
rage, the relentless pursuit takes them both far from the comforts and codes of
civilisation, into the bloodiest recesses of their own souls.
Western revenge thriller starring January Jones, Ed Harris and Jason Isaacs.
Former prostitute Sarah (Jones) and her husband Miguel (Eduardo Noriega) simply
want to tend to their humble patch of land and earn an honest living. However,
their community is dominated by the zealous and not particularly pious preacher
Josiah (Isaacs), who takes a shine to Sarah and her land.
Brutally seizing what he desires through the murder of Miguel and the rape of
Sarah is not unusual behaviour for Josiah, but the response it receives is. An
incandescent Sarah, driven mad by grief and despair, embarks on a murderous
rampage that takes aim at Josiah but encompasses almost anyone unfortunate
enough to stumble across her path. Can the eccentric Sheriff Jackson (Harris),
in town to investigate a previous crime committed by Josiah, find a way to rein
Lavish remake of the 1960 John Wayne epic. The film retells the remarkable
events of the 1835-36 Texan War of Independence, in particular the historic
siege of the Alamo - a crumbling abandoned Franciscan mission near San Antonio
where a rag-tag band of some 200 soldiers and volunteers, led by Colonel William
Travis (Patrick Wilson) and including Davey Crockett (Billy Bob Thornton) and
Jim Bowie (Jason Patric), joined together in a courageous pact: they would stand
firm against the Mexican army of more than 2,000, under the personal command of
dictator General Santa Anna (Emilio Echevarria), and willingly give their lives
for freedom. The film also chronicles the Battle of San Jacinto in which the
Texan army, led by General Sam Houston (Dennis Quaid), took on and defeated
Santa Anna's army, finally winning freedom and independence for Texas.
John Hillcoat directs this violent western set in the Australian outback, from
an original screenplay by musician Nick Cave. Charlie Burns (Guy Pearce) is
presented with an impossible choice by ruthless lawman Captain Stanley (Ray
Winstone). To save his younger brother from the gallows, he must track down and
kill his violent older brother Arthur (Danny Huston).
In a harsh and oppressive environment, Charlie is forced to choose between
loyalty and revenge, while Stanley tries to impose his own brutal codes of law
and order, and shield his innocent young wife (Emily Watson) from the
Tommy Lee Jones directs and stars in this modern-day western as Peter Perkins,
an old-fashioned cowboy in a small Texas town near the border with Mexico. He
hires Melquiades (Julio Cedillo) to work as a ranch hand, and the two men form a
laconic friendship. But when Melquiades is shot and killed in suspicious
circumstances, Peter decides to take the law into his own hands.
He kidnaps psychotic border patrolman Mike Norton (Barry Pepper) and forces
him to dig up Melquiades' body, and to accompany him on horseback on the long
and difficult road to Mexico to deliver his friend's body to his family.
Coen Brothers updating of the classic 1969 western starring Jeff Bridges as U.S.
Marshal 'Rooster' Cogburn, originally played by John Wayne. After her father is
murdered, 14-year-old Mattie Ross (Hailee Steinfeld) sets out to capture the
killer, Tom Chaney (Josh Brolin), with the help of two lawmen - the ageing,
alcoholic marshall Rooster Cogburn (Bridges), and Texas Ranger La Boeuf (Matt
Determined to accompany them on their quest, Mattie wonders whether Cogburn,
with his loose morals, has the required 'true grit' for the job. When Chaney's
trail heads into Indian territory, Mattie, stubborn to the last, insists on
joining the pair in their search, which soon finds them in a raft of dangerous
adventures that will test them to the core.
In 1880s Kansas, ageing gunslinger-turned-farmer William Munny (Clint Eastwood)
reluctantly agrees to come out of retirement to help Ned Logan (Morgan Freeman)
collect the bounty on a wanted murderer. The man in question cut up a prostitute
in a lawless town lorded over by the corrupt Sheriff Daggett (Gene Hackman), and
if Munny and Logan want to catch him they are going to have to deal with Daggett
first. A gritty western which brought a new level of critical respect to its
director, Clint Eastwood, winning him the Oscars for Best Picture and Best
Director (it also picked up the Best Supporting Actor award for Gene Hackman).
A bloody, violent western from one of the masters of the genre, Sam Peckinpah.
In 1913, a gang of outlaws (William Holden, Ernest Borgnine and Warren Oates,
amongst others) ride into a Texan border town where the railroad office is their
target. The robbery turns into a blood-bath so the gang flee to a desert hideout
where they discover that their loot is worthless.
With the railroad company's hired guns snapping at their heels, they decide
to escape to the apparent safety of the Mexican revolutionaries.