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a5c7b9f00b The rancher Daniel Evans, who lost part of his leg in the Civil War, is broken and owing a large amount to a powerful man in Bisbee. When the outlaw Ben Wade is captured after the heist of a stagecoach, Dan offers to escort the cold blood killer to the city of Contention to take the 3:10 PM train to Yuma to be sent to trial. In return, he would receive US$ 200,00, enough to save his land and give a better life to his family. During their journey, Ben gets closer to Dan while his gang of criminals follows the group to rescue their boss.
A small-time rancher agrees to hold a captured outlaw who's awaiting a train to go to court in Yuma. A battle of wills ensues as the outlaw tries to psych out the rancher.
So I was born in 1950 and raised on Roy Rogers on TV when it was okay for a guy to get shot and get up again, or for hundreds of bullets to miss our hero... There are SPOILERS to come!! But since then I&#39;ve learned to appreciate how John Ford made Monument Valley a character, how every face shot close-up by Sergio Leone of even the most minor character is a work of art. Tombstone gave us authenticity and a twitchy bad guy who almost approached Jack Palance happily sadistic villain in &quot;Shane&quot;. In the original &quot;3:10 to Yuma&quot;,(and in &quot;Shane&quot; and even &quot;Airport&quot;) Van Heflin was THE everyman, beaten down by fate. &quot;Lonesome Dove&quot; touches your heart and can bring tears to your eyes again and again. I LOVE Westerns, so I had high hopes for a new one.<br/><br/>The new one is adequate, but on the whole, unsatisfactory. It could have been SO MUCH more. It comes close at times but, no, it&#39;s not a great Western. I blame mainly the writers, then Mangold, then the cinematographer, and finally the costume designer.<br/><br/>As for the actors, I give them an A for effort. Although Crowe can apparently play this character effortlessly, he does an admirable job. Bale has the much more difficult task, he&#39;s too pretty, but he won me over and deserves praise indeed. Ben Foster needed a different shirt and he was menacing enough but that was the character not the acting. Don&#39;t tell me you didn&#39;t know he would leave the guy to burn alive in the stagecoach.<br/><br/>And THAT brings us to the real problem with this film. Why was the guy still locked up in the stagecoach? There were 20 or 30 other little stupidities like this. I can suspend disbelief only so much and the writers kept foisting so much absolute idiocy and silliness on us that it overwhelms their skill in helping us understand Wade and Evans motives.<br/><br/>The film starts out with a video game battle of a stagecoach chase to capture those with a short attention span who need superviolence and action, meanwhile we&#39;re shown that Ben Wade is really an artist, a soul that loves nature, who soon guns down his own henchman for making a mistake. The grizzled well-cast Peter Fonda is gut shot at close range. And they expect me to believe that a few hours later he&#39;s riding along like Monty Python&#39;s knight...&quot;It was only a scratch!&quot;? Like I said, silliness. More silliness, the good guys have been riding toward Contention while the bad guys are chasing the decoy stagecoach, yet they are close enough to see the stagecoach burning in the distance? They camp in Apache territory at night and light a big fire? William, the older son, was acted well, but his character was a teena

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