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Wyatt Earp's Revenge PG-13 CC

3.1 out of 5 stars (66) IMDb 4.4/10

In this action-packed true story, the legends of the West are brought together to avenge the vicious murder of Wyatt Earp's beloved Dora. Joined by the famed Bat Masterson, Charlie Bassett, Bill Tilghman and Doc Holliday, Earp rides after the ruthless Kenedy brothers who are on a murder spree that spans from Dodge City to Mexico.

Starring:
Val Kilmer, Shawn Roberts
Runtime:
1 hour, 32 minutes

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Product Details

Genres Drama, Western
Director Michael Feifer
Starring Val Kilmer, Shawn Roberts
Supporting actors Daniel Booko, Matt Dallas, Steven Grayhm, Scott Whyte, Levi Fiehler, David O'Donnell, Diana DeGarmo, Trace Adkins, Caia Coley, Kaitlyn Black, Wes Brown, Mason Cook, Lyle Kanouse, Brian Groh, Martin Santander, Wilson Bethel, Peter Sherayko, Andrew Hawkes
Studio Sony Pictures Home Entertainment
MPAA rating PG-13 (Parents Strongly Cautioned)
Captions and subtitles English Details
Purchase rights Stream instantly Details
Format Amazon Video (streaming online video and digital download)

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As a native of Dodge City, KS where the events portrayed in the film took place I am pretty well versed on Dodge City history and especially in the true story of the accidental murder of Dora Hand. Let me just say there is artistic liscence, and then there is blatant disregard for the facts for no apparent reason. Many aspects of the film held very close to the facts and then there were some that were so far out of left field that I didnt understand why they bothered. Most importantly was the ending. Wyatt Earp was not responsible for the death of James Kenedy. Bat Masterson is actually the one who put the bullet in his arm and it took two weeks to heal well enough for him to stand trial. Miflin Kenedy bought his aquittal and Spike returned to Texas, married, but died partially as a result of his ill healed wounds in 1885. Bill Tilgman, who is a legend in Kansas and Oklahoma was most certainly not raised by the Cheyenne, and Wyatt Earp and Doc Holliday already knew each other in 1878. In fact, at the time of Dora's death, Doc was practicing his dental trade in Dodge City with his office in Rm #24 of the Dodge House Hotel. On the whole I thought the movie was a fun romp, though pretty badly acted and scripted throughout. With lines like "If we lose him, we'll never find him" I simply cant give it any higher than two stars. And the second star is only because the story is very near and dear to my heart and I hope that many people watch it and it inspires them to check out the real story. Hopefully a better movie can be made of these events one day.
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The story of Wyatt Earp has been a popular fascination for people throughout the years. Certainly, anyone who's heard of the `Gunfight at the O.K. Corral' knows there's a bit more to the story of the famous lawman - several great loves, a whole cadre of impressive partners, and famous meetings with some of history's notorious baddies. Indeed, the O.K. Corral story has been told several times - many of them as very successful pictures - but there's even been a television show exploring the man's history, as well as scores of books involving his notable place in the dying days of the wild West.

But before there was Wyatt and Doc and Virgil and Morgan and their scandalous days in Tombstone, Arizona, there was a younger Wyatt Earp in Dodge City, and that's the stomping grounds for Sony Pictures' latest DVD release, WYATT EARP'S REVENGE.

Regarding the story, viewers turning in with expectations for yet another version of the gunfight at the O.K. Corral are bound to find themselves a bit confused, as REVENGE deals solely with Earp's time in Dodge City. In this timeframe, there's no mention of `things to come,' though there was a storytelling device that could've hinted more at future events. Specifically, this film recounts the events surrounding Wyatt's ride to bring the fugitive to justice for the murder of singer Dora Hand (a love interest of his). Wyatt convinces some of the best guns in the West to join him in his quest for justice, and his posse includes Bat Masterson (played by Matt Dallas), Charlie Bassett (Scott Whyte), and Bill Tilghman (Levi Fiehler). As fate would have it, REVENGE also features the brief initial meeting of Wyatt and the celebrated Doc Holliday (Wilson Bethel).
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I found myself wanting to turn this insult to good western movies off before it was complete. However since I just wasted $4 on the rental I wanted to give it every chance to redeem itself somehow, it did not! Bad acting and a slow moving plot made this movie a real pain to get through. Val Kilmer was the only asset this movie had going for it and it was wasted. Save your money on this one, if you don't you can't say you were not warned.
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Love a good western and I was interested in this one not only because of the story of Wyatt Earp,
But because it's a western and western movies are my hobby. Take a review and for what it is and enjoy.
This was well written, well acted and directed. The story line has a great twist.
Remember today's westerns are modern and yesterdays are not. They look different and sound different.
Watch this if you like the genre or not, It's something
I would watch again and recommend to anyone who likes a good story.
Getty Up it's 2012, I glad they're still making cowboy movies!
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The movies Tombstone and Wyatt Earp have become classics. Regrettably, this low-budget "Revenge" production is just an attempt to capitalize on the Earp name. It lacks both historical and fictional qualities. It failed to provide an adequate script. The acting was stilted. Even the great Val Kilmer, playing an older Wyatt, was lackluster. I would like to say something good about it, but . . . .
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"Wyatt Earp's Revenge" is a very weak addition to the Earp legend in film. It centers around an early incident in Earp's life while he was a peace officer in Dodge City. The biggest name in the cast is Val Kilmer, and he plays Earp in older age (he originally had a star-turn as Doc Holiday in "Tombstone," a much superior movie to this one). The story is slow moving and poorly written. The cinematography is very good. The horses seemed doped up like the horse used for kiddy rides. The performers in the film, save Kilmer and the fellow playing Doc Holiday, were chosen more for their looks than acting skills. Trace Adkins is particularly acting challenged, and should not quit his day job -- country music singing. The story centers on a group of top lawmen of the era: Wyatt Earp, Charlie Basset, Bill Tilghman, and Bat Masterson; but none of the actors portraying these figures has the gravitas to convince anyone they are master lawmen. In fact, they were constantly getting surprised, shot up, and captured at gunpoint by the bad guys, who seemed to be well on top of their game. If you want to see movies about Earp, get "Tombstone," "Wyatt Earp" with Kevin Costner, or even "My Darling Clementine" with Henry Fonda (a film that had no relation to actual historical events).
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