Movie View: 3:10 To Yuma (2007)


Well, here we go again with another Hollywood remake.  Does this film disappoint like most of the movie makers other remakes? HELL NO.  This is a great film, from beginning to end, and you never know what is going to happen next. Russel Crowe and Christian Bale do a MAGNIFICENT performance in this once classic western. The story is about a man named Dan Evans (Bale) who is a small time rancher trying to make ends meet.  He agrees to accompany the law of the town to see that Ben Wayde (Crowe), a wanted criminal is put on the 3:10 train to Yuma where he will hanged the next day. This film keeps you in suspense for 2 hours…this is the best western I’ve seen in a long time. The movie doesn’t seem to drag like some, and getting to know the characters more as the story develops is plus all in itself. The acting is fantastic, and the characters you will never forget. If you like westerns, or even if you don’t, see this movie. It will be well worth your time I assure you. The ending will surprise you.I was very pleased with this movie, it is a great film for western and non-western fans alike.

“they’re gonna hang me in the mornin’

before the night is done

they’re gonna hang me in the mornin’

and ill never see the sun”

9 out of 10

– StraTT

2 responses to “Movie View: 3:10 To Yuma (2007)

  1. the ending suck big time ,when do you shoot the guys that are saving your life and offers more money than the good guys .the movie was good but the endind was weird .

  2. This movie was so stupid that I stoped watching it after the stage coach eppisode. Never mind plot, if you wanted to stop a coach like that, (that never existed except in some idiot writer’s mind), why wouldn’t you just lay a log accross the road, the gattaling gun was mounted in the back and couldn’t traverse forward, the loop holes were all to the side and the driver was armed with a very short sawed off shotgun. All you would have to do is stand past the baricade with a few riflemen and say “Surender or we’ll let you cook in that coffin.”
    Did that not occure to you when you were watching it?
    Why did it not occure to this supposed smart outlaw?
    It certainly didn’t occure to the writer or director did it?
    It as stupid!
    The orriginal was much better.

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