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Possibly my favorite Costner movie, (along with Field of Dreams.) Very authentic depiction of the Earp legend, not as glitzy as Tombstone. The perfect bar scene where Wyatt has a cigar and coffee before going to the OK Corral, facing down the Clements crew, facing down the lynch mob at the end, meeting Doc, many great scenes. Dennis Quaid's best role ever, deserved a supporting Oscar, if only for his physical transformation. Joanna Goings was stunning. Deserves much better ratings than it received here, it continues to be a favorite classic on cable TV. Too long? Just more to savor and enjoy.
Manipulative cinematography, artsy-craftsy camera angles, close-ups, pans, classical music.
Overall, a sinister atmosphere throughout that I didn't feel comfortable with.
Was this Pitt's stab at another Oscar nomination? At least I can say, unlike many of his other roles, this one was not an emulation of Robert Redford. Surprised that Spectrum gave it 4 stars.
What a fun surprise on Starz tonight! Loved this movie, the horses and rodeo settings, Bailee and the Sweethearts, the great CW music. Totally enjoyable.
I saw this movie one and a half times on cable. Liked it the first time, Crowe and Reynolds, what could go wrong? Pleasant movie, entertaining although a tad sophomoric, not to mention manipulating. Second time, wasn't compelled to finish it. Unlike other movies I watch again, the novelty of this one quickly wore off. I suddenly realized Crowe seemed to be strangely similar to Ben Wade in 3:10. Burt seemed to be too smug and formal for his own good. Skank had become the kind of guy I love to hate. Then I wondered what these other village people did for a living to be able to pay for Crowe's, Burt's and the mayor's salaries and benefits. If it was an isolated village, what other hockey teams did they play? And where were all the other women and girlfriends of the hockey players? Was this a primarily a gay team? I know, I know. It's only a movie.
Saw this movie last week, first time. So what if it's a wannabe ET? I actually thought it was better. I'm really in the minority. In any case, guess I'm one of the rare folks who thought ET was WAY over rated. Too cutesy. This was much more fun to watch, less ominous, pretty good action scenes, humorous, and a good quick pace. Corny? Maybe, but still fun. Good soundtrack too. Kid in the wheelchair was an ok sidebar. This movie really gets a bad rap.