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Ed Harris directs and stars in this Western, which co-stars Viggo Mortensen and Jeremy Irons. When Virgil Cole (Harris) and Everett Hitch (Mortensen) arrive in Appaloosa, they find a town suffering at the hands of villaionous rancher Randall Bragg (Irons). Their attempts to free the town from Bragg's tyranny are complicated by the arrival of beautiful young widow Allison French (Renee Zellweger).
When two gunmen, Virgil Cole (Ed Harris) and Everett Hitch (Viggo Mortensen), arrive in Appaloosa they find a small, dusty and lawless town suffering at the hands of renegade rancher Randall Bragg (Jeremy Irons). Bragg has not only taken supplies, horses, and women for his own, but also has left the city marshal and the deputy for dead. In Bragg they find an unusually wily adversary who raises the stakes by playing with emotions. It is now up to Cole and Hitch to stand against the actions of the renegade rancher, which have already taken their toll on the town.
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very impressed by this western, it had a classic feel to it, which is great as some westerns are too action biased, and have little story or feel to them.
Very pleasantly surprised, if you like westerns, you have to see this.
(and i agree it really deserves more than a one star review)
The film which has no connection with Marlon Brando's 1966 film "The Appaloosa", is set in New Mexico in 1882 in the fictional town of Appaloosa. The local citizens having witnessed the brutal murder of the town Marshall by the evil Randall Bragg played by Jeremy Irons, hire two lawman to bring law and order to the town. Queue Virgil Cole played by Harris and his reticent partner Everett Hitch played by Viggo Mortenson. Both men are fast with their guns, and they need to be for they are quickly called into action. Hitch has an 8 Guage shotgun which goes everywhere he goes, and is almost like a third character. The dynamics are changed by the arrival of Ally French played by an alluring Renee Zellweger who sets her sights on Cole. Of course things head toward an inevitable showdown with Bragg.
The films central concern is the relationship between the films two main characters. This same fierce loyalty bears great similarities to that fine western "Warlock" (1959) where Henry Fonda and Anthony Quinn also play two lawmen brought to a Western town to restore justice. That films central theme was also the strong bond of friendship between the two main protagonists.Read more ›
My only disappointment is that many of the deleted scenes would have actually added a lot to the movie, but pressures on run time meant that they were left out. I do hope that they make a Directors cut of this film, although I don't suppose it's going to happen after 3 years since the original issue.
I bought this along with 'the assassination of Jesse James by the coward, .. etc', which is a truly awful movie in comparison to this one.
Ed is particularly fine… It may not be a romantic conception, but he gives his role great vitality… He's melancholy, laconic and assured as the cool, nerveless professional hired gun who becomes the town's peace keeper...Read more ›
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Superbly acted western Great value DVD super filmPublished 5 months ago by Paul Allen Singing Referee
Did not enjoy the film at all. The film was boringly slow. What waste on a rental. On the upside, the actors were great.Published 5 months ago by Bright Eyes
Excellent western film with good direction to detail, have watched it a few times,does take ones mind off life's troubles for an hour or so.Published 5 months ago by Walter
If you like westerns, i would'nt bother with this one.Some action not much. More talk then anything else.Published 6 months ago by V. Pykett
Good read if you like westerns. Very informative re American history.Published 7 months ago by Tricia Robins