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It is true that the group met a lone Indian, a member of the Warm Springs tribe.
Given that the entire movie is about what will happen to the characters in the end, having no ending pretty much means that watching this movie is pointless.
I did not connect with the historical reality that this film was trying to duplicate.
Opinions are subjective to each person and relative when it comes to genres of films, but when it comes to `Meek's Cutoff', Rotten Tomatoes states that the consensus of the... Read morePublished 3 hours ago by Ethan Gorham
if you expect an ending, don't watch....long drawn out movie, kept waiting for something to happen, but never did!Published 10 days ago by seekerguy1
This movie is different from anything I've EVER seen. There is no lead in or background - you're just on the trail with these people. Read morePublished 2 months ago by James
There was no real plot. The most impacting aspect was that it seemed to communicate the difficulty and uncertainty of the people who traveled west in wagons.Published 2 months ago by Steve Wuthrich
The first "rule" you teach a young writer is that you should always start your story at the beginning and end it at the end. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Dan Harlow
The movie started with three wagons wandering lost and being guided by a braggart, hairy trapper named Stephen Meek. Read morePublished 4 months ago by dhart
This is an anti-western or at least a deconstruction of the western genre. It makes the viewer feel the hardship of the journey in the Oregon trail but also shows the breathtaking... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Johnnie M. Adams
I would think (having just visited the Oregon Trail museum) that if a movie was going to be this bad at least they would get the history right. Read morePublished 5 months ago by marie p.