Cheyenne Autumn Reviews

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December 17, 2012
A sort of frontier Exodus that's filmed with a majestic passion for the wild lands and for its indigenous dwellers.
September 4, 2007
Somewhere in the telling, the original premise of the Mari Sandoz novel is lost sight of in a wholesale insertion of extraneous incidents which bear little or no relation to the subject.
February 9, 2006
Over-long, often clichd and uneven (there are comic interludes complete with cameo performances), but still imbued with moments of true poetry, thanks largely to William Clothier's magnificent Panavision landscapes.
May 9, 2005
Cheyenne Autumn is a strong film, grandly directed and expertly played by a large cast.
July 19, 2018
It is one of those incredible, intensely cinematic journeys, where everything from panoramic to infinitesimal, from fording a river to creeping thorough undergrowth is visually exciting and where excitement and sympathy go together.
January 22, 2009
September 4, 2008
Aside from all this nonsense, it never loses its John Ford touch.
September 4, 2007
Flawed on several levels, Ford's perception of a proud people seen through a white man's eyes is ultimately a highly compelling and deeply personal apologia.
August 28, 2006
The film is often described as Ford's apology to the Indians for their stereotypical portrayal in previous films, but though they are treated more sympathetically, they still emerge as members (or symbols) of a mass rather than flesh and blood individuals
January 1, 2006
A big mess.
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