Re: 3:10 to Yuma
BTW, if we're talking about great Westerns, "No Country for Old Men" qualifies, IMHO.
It's not set in the Old West, but it incorporates all of the best elements of the Western genre. It's a "New Western", loosely disguised as a semi-modern film and it's brilliant. I've seen so many films that I long to see things I haven't seen before. I'm not often surprised, and I'm very seldom actually intimidated by the bad guy. This film gave me all of that.
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