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3:10 to Yuma

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2007
2h 2m
English
Western
In Arizona in the late 1800s, infamous outlaw Ben Wade and his vicious gang of thieves and murderers have plagued the Southern Railroad. When Wade is captured, Civil War veteran Dan Evans, struggling to survive on his drought-plagued ranch, volunteers to deliver him alive to the "3:10 to Yuma", a train that will take the killer to trial.
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Peter Fonda
Byron McElroy
Gretchen Mol
Alice Evans
Ben Foster
Charlie Prince
Dallas Roberts
Grayson Butterfield
Alan Tudyk
Doc Potter
Vinessa Shaw
Emmy Nelson
Logan Lerman
William Evans
Lennie Loftin
Glen Hollander
Luce Rains
Marshall Weathers
Pat Ricotti
Jorgensen
Brian Duffy
Sutherland
Forrest Fyre
Walter Boles
Benjamin Petry
Mark Evans
Directed By: James Mangold
Written By: Derek Haas (Screenplay), Michael Brandt (Screenplay), + 1 more

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AdamMorgan says...
5 years ago
I was a little bit surprised that I liked this movie as much as I did. Many of the reviews that I read said that it wasn't as good as the original. Of course, the fact that I never saw the original may have been to my advantage. The film stars Russel Crowe and Christian Bale in the lead roles. Crowe's character is the stereotypical bad guy and Bale's is the everyday guy that is trying to do the right thing and raise his family the right way. The fascinating aspect of this movie was seeing each character flirt with the "other side". At times the characters appeared to straddle the imaginary line of right and wrong. Saying any more would give away some of the plot. The only part of the movie that I disagreed with was the value that a father has of a son's opinion of him. At one point every kid hates their father and it isn't until a different level of maturity is reached that a son can appreciate a father. For me that took away from the end of the movie just a little bit. follow me at https://IHATEBadMovies.com or https://www.facebook.com/IHateBadMovies/
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Galileo5 says...
8 years ago
One of my absolute favorite movies. The development of the relationship between the protagonist (Christian Bale) and the antagonist (Russell Crowe) from enemies to mutual respect is beautiful to watch. Director James Mangold created a movie that stands on its own and accomplishes something that's almost unheard of: Make a remake that's actually better than the original. 3:10 To Yuma is easily one of the best westerns made in the "new age". My personal number two after Unforgiven. It has the gravitas that westerns like Silverado or the (new) Magnificent Seven lack.
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felixcrow says...
10 years ago
Ben Wade: Be careful with that thing. That gun's got a curse on it.
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Anna30 says...
11 years ago
one of the greatest remake of a movie I've seen
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Featured User Reviews

John Chard
6 years ago
When you think about it, which I have been lately, is they weren't paying me to walk away. They were paying me so they could walk away.


3:10 to Yuma is directed by James Mangold and co-adapted to screenplay by Halsted Welles, Michael Brandt and Derek Haas. A remake of Delmer Daves' 1957 film of More
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Wuchak
6 years ago
The price of redemption -- READ THIS if you had problems with the ending

This remake involves the capture of a notorious outlaw, Ben Wade (Russell Crowe), who is then escorted to the town of Contention to await the train to Yuma, where he'll be hanged. A desperate rancher, Dan Evans (Christian Ba More
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GenerationofSwine
one year ago
Most of the time I hate remakes....but I give a big pass to most Western and War movie remakes.

Mainly that's because, until M*A*S*H early war movies had soldiers that looked like they stepped out of the shower and put on a freshly laundered uniform...you know, instead of the realities of life in More
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sykobanana
3 years ago
This is the best Western of the 21st Century so far (for mine, just edging out Django Unchained).

Building on the classic movie from 1957, James Mangold's remake adds in much needed scenes to fill plot holes and build nuanced characters that were sorely lacking in the original.

Our hero now More
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