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The Quick And The Dead:In this edgy and darkly humorous Western a mysterious young woman rides into the lawless town of Redemption to settle an old score that has haunted her since she was a child. She becomes swept up ina deadly quick-draw tournament and in order to win her revenge must compete in a contest in whichgunslingers from all over put their lives on the line for fame and fortune.Bite The Bullet:BITE THE BULLET is an epic Western adventure featuring an amazing award-winning cast. Directed by Robert Brooks (In Cold Blood Cat on a Hot Tin Roof) the film's turn of the century tale of high stakes and harsh tests of endurance glorifies the kind of gutsy men and women who built this country. Two-time Oscar® winner GENE HACKMAN plays a former rough-rider who matches wits with a lovely but shady lady in distress (Oscar® nominee CANDICE BERGEN). Academy-Award® winner JAMES COBURN (1997 Best Supporting Actor Affliction) is a drifting ex-cowboy who joins a gruelling 700-mile race and competes against a young reckless cowboy (JAN-MICHAEL VINCENT) a haughty English sportsman (Oscar® nominee IAN BANNEN) and a gutsy Pony Express rider (Oscar® winner BEN JOHNSON 1971 Best Supporting Actor The Last Picture Show).Format: DVD MOVIE Genre: WESTERN/MISC. UPC: 043396150041 Manufacturer No: 15004
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The movie is stocked full of major stars, and older
It is an enjoyable watch, as it is a different type of western.
I will not go into the story, as I know by now, that most of us
have already watched it a time or two.
It is a good add for any movie collection, and the good guys do
win in the end.
I love this movie. I can't help but watch this homage to spaghetti westerns if it's on tv. It's simple and easy to follow, the cinematography is A+ for the genre, the acting...is probably a little cheesy, but the story calls for it.
Even tho' in the real Wild West, duels were few and far between, this is what Joe and Joan Average think of the West. It's all gritty close-ups, villians and characters with questionable pasts, the innocent young folks, the jaded coffin maker and Doc, the evil town mayor, the barkeep, and the Hero. Who happens to be a woman, in this one. This is my favorite Sharon Stone flick, leather, squinting, guns and unkempt hair suit her. She is the female "Man with no Name", The Lady.
If you have never seen this movie and you are a spaghetti western fan, see it. You just might love it.