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Young Guns [Blu-ray]
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In 1878, young William Bonney (Emilio Estevez) joins a group of farmhands protecting a ranch and becomes 'Billy The Kid'. He and his friends set out to avenge the murder of their employer (Terence Stamp), but their vendetta becomes a bloody rampage, and they are soon the objects of a manhunt. The young stars, including Kiefer Sutherland, Lou Diamond Phillips and Charlie Sheen, were the 'bratpack' of the mid-80s.
Part of what was touted as a late-1980s revival of Westerns (and you can see how long that lasted), this good-looking, empty-brained film was like a spurs-and-chaps version of a Joel Schumacher movie, filled with pretty faces, prettier imagery, and absolutely no new ideas. Young Guns sees an idiotically grinning Emilio Estevez cast as Billy the Kid, who slowly accumulates a gang of Brat Pack buddies (Lou Diamond Phillips, Kiefer Sutherland, Dermot Mulroney) and fashions them into a group of male models with six-guns. The action is confused and the script is trite, though Terence Stamp is intriguing as the old reprobate who helps the gang get its act together. This is followed by an even worse sequel. --Marshall Fine --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
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The film itself is pretty good, with a solid cast - and Jack Palance and Terence Stamp in strong supporting roles. It's not quite up there with Sam Peckinpah's bleak and booze-sodden PAT GARRETT AND BILLY THE KID, but what is? YOUNG GUNS is a modern Western in the classical mold - there's little that could be labelled 'revisionist' here. It's a well-shot, well-acted, well-written and all-round engaging modern Western.
What a film, it's amazing and if you haven't seen it you have missed out. Story line is epic and supported by Bon Jovi.... What more could you ask.
Arrived sealed and in perfect condition - thank you
Although this film is based on the life of legendary outlaw Billy the Kid it is in no way an accurate historical representation of his life and makes no attempt to suggest it.
What it does is takes a group of young (at the time) Hollywood actors labelled as the Brat Pack, who were in their acting prime and give them a chance to live up to their name in a tale of vengeance and corruption loosely based around the Lincoln County War.
Star of the show for me has to be Emilio Estevev, cast in his finest role as Billy the Kid. Estevez seems to possess the boyish cheek and arrogance that you can imagine the real Billy would have possessed.
The film is littered with action, gunfights and wise cracks and finishes off with an "against impossible odds," gunfight that will keep viewers entertained all the way through.
A good fun Western for those who just want to be entertained.