3:10 to Yuma
Western • R • 2007 • 2 hr 2 min
Not just a “great western,” but truly an incredible film! The performances, story, and final few shots tie it all together perfectly!
Great Casting, Direction, really good western. Ending did leave me a little confused, but I finally understand it, and accepted it.
A solid western from James Mangold, with great performances by Crowe and Bale.
Crowe shines in this western. Never saw the original had this on my list. Happy I finally got to it, tense all the way through great acting
Drags westerns kicking and screaming into the 21st century. Purists will say it isn’t as good as the original. They’re right. It’s better.
Western. Good Cast. Great Story and Realistic. Really enjoyed it
Really interesting character dynamics in this solid ticking clock western, Crowe & Bale deliver fantastic nuanced performances respectively
Bale and Crowe what a duo. At a certain point in the movie I just accepted it’s the 2nd best western to date.
Intense, with solid acting and great storyline. Good character design that builds throughout. How far would you go to do what was right?
A great western with amazing soundtrack and awesome actors. Definitely one of my favorites
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