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Paired as rivals in A History of Violence, Ed Harris (who also directs, produces and co-scripts) and Viggo Mortensen stand together as friends and for-hire peacekeepers Cole and Hitch in a character-driven, bullet-hard Western based on Robert B. Parkers novel. As the woman who arrives in town with only a dollar and a keen sense of survival, Renée Zellweger adds feelings things that can get you killed to a quest to bring murderer Randall Bragg (Jeremy Irons) to justice. Blood will spill in the town called Appaloosa.]]>
Best thing since Lonesome Dove, they need to make Resolution, Brimstone and Blue Eyed Devil movies too.Published 4 days ago by joe scaglione
All the wild and rough west.
Law men restoring order.
Seems about as close as you can get without being there in time.
Love the acting; however the story moves slowly and we never did finish it. It is a great book; but the movie doesn't follow through.Published 17 days ago by Stargazer Trading
Compared to other westerns, this one can only be considered as slightly better than averagePublished 18 days ago by Thomas Anderson
Read the books first which my sister and I greatly enjoyed. In the movie version of this book, the character played by Ed Harris talked too much. Read morePublished 18 days ago by Kim Peters
I have already written a review for this western classic on Blu-Ray.Published 20 days ago by Robert Andrew Curry