Appaloosa [Blu-ray] [English] [2008]

  • SKU: 9148512
  • Release Date: 01/13/2009
  • Rating: R
  • 3.9 (7)
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5
First great western in quite some time Posted by: from: St. Louis on I saw this in Netflix and put it in my que. As soon as I saw it, I knew it was a movie I wanted to add to my collection. Very well directed, acted and written. It has a good mix of action and drama. I wasn't sure I would like Zellweger in the movie, but she did a good job. Have always like Mortensen and Ed Harris. Both were superb in their roles. Jeremy Irons played the 'villian' really well. It's a good old fashion western with a great story. I really enjoyed the interaction of Mortensen and Harris. Their loyalty to each other is what makes the story. If you're a fan of westerns, give this one a look and you won't be disappointed. Was very happy to find it at Best Buy for $8!

1 out of 1 found this review helpful.

5
Great Western Posted by: from: Lockwood, MO on Great western movie. Some of the scenes could of lived without but put together very well. Great cast ensemble though brought it all together.

1 out of 1 found this review helpful.

1
This movie SUCKS!!!!!!! Posted by: from: Ohio on Ed Harris should have directed this thing to a trash can. It's the first western chick flick I've ever seen. The whole thing is boring, stupid and too predictable. What a piece of junk. There is no action, unless you call riding around in circles on horseback action. There's definately no suspense, it's almost impossible to even stay awake thru the whole thing. No wonder it went straight to DVD, there's not enough room in theatres for all the beds you'd need to accomodate viewers. The premise is as old as the hills and poorly done at that. The dialoge is stiff and forced because it is so inane and poorly written. Jeremy Irons as the "bad guy?" PLease I"ve seen petunias that were tougher. Renee Zellweager as the damsel in distress stinks out loud. Don't waste your time or money, watching grass grow is far more exciting and doesn't cost anything!!!

0 out of 4 found this review helpful.

3
Avoid Irrelevant reviews Posted by: from: All Over on Do not listen to the previous reviewers who have posted on this film. This movie does follow a classic narrative style for westerns and as such is slow moving and less action-centered. I was expecting a 3:10 to Yuma (which is a remake), or a film that expanded the last 15 minutes of Open Range into a whole movie, but what you get instead is a slow, but rich neo-western. Just avoid the preview as it sets the film up as being a shoot-em-up. Otherwise the film is worth watching for the die-hard western fan. If you like; also Recommend: Open Range Tombstone The Good, The Bad, and the Ugly (all Man with no Name Films) The Searchers

0 out of 0 found this review helpful.

4
A New Western with that Old Time Feel Posted by: from: Atlanta, GA on I really enjoyed this movie, perhaps because I grew up watching Westerns in the 60s. It seemed fresh today, when digital FX spectaculars are the norm. Viggo Mortensen's character, Everett Hitch, was particularly interesting and gritty. Ed Harris turned in a good performance as hired gun Virgil Cole. Renée Zellweger seemed an odd choice for the role of Allison. Not her best work, in my opinion. If you're looking for a thrill a minute, this film is not for you but if you can slow down and watch a pretty good horse opera, Appaloosa is a good choice.

0 out of 0 found this review helpful.

4
Great movie! Posted by: from: Gilbert, AZ on This is just like an old John Wayne movie. It's pretty slow moving, but it is worth seeing at least once. Besides 310 to Yuma this is the only Western that has come out in a looong time, so I recommend getting it if you like Westerns.

0 out of 0 found this review helpful.

5
Great cinematography, good plot, it's a Western! Posted by: from: Tulsa,OK on A western that depends on dialog and character development . A nice change from loud movies,with only special effects. The cinematography is absolutly great!

0 out of 0 found this review helpful.

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