Posts Tagged ‘Western’
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Cinema Blind Spots: The Wild Bunch (1969)

Do you like violence, sexuality and political commentary? Check out what Austin says about "The Wild Bunch" (1969) after watching it for the first time!
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The Lone Ranger

Disney’s feeble attempt at recapturing the "Pirates of the Caribbean" franchise magic feels more like a beaten dead horse than a rip-roaring good time.


The Last Stand

A star on his game. Clever humor. Hellacious setpieces. When it comes to what you need for live-action "Looney Tunes" mayhem, ble, ble, ble, that's all, folks.
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Justified: Season Two

Sharp writing, great villains and awesome gunfights make this one of the coolest shows on TV.



A wild and crazy romp through the desert, an almost psychedelic journey into the surreal, and one fun movie.
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Austin’s Top 10 of 2010

Since all of the other cool kids were doing it, Austin also made a Top Ten list.

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Deadwood: The Complete Series

The gritty HBO Western comes to Blu-Ray in an incredible set.
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Heroes of the Zeroes: The Proposition

"The Promotion" — a marriage of Terrence Malick's majesty and Sam Peckinpah’s macabre — continues Nick Rogers' look back at the 365 best films of 2000-2009.


Heroes of the Zeroes: Open Range

"Open Range" — an old-school Western with one of the Zeroes' greatest gunfights — continues Nick Rogers' daily look back at the 365 best films of 2000-2009.
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A wonderful but somewhat flawed retelling of the Wyatt Earp story, "Tombstone" is one of the essential man flicks.

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Heroes of the Zeroes: The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford

This drama continues Nick Rogers' look at the 365 best films from 2000-2009.

Heroes of the Zeroes: 3:10 to Yuma (2007)

The Heroes of the Zeroes — Nick Rogers' alphabetical look at the 365 best films from 2000 to 2009 — kicks off with 2007's “3:10 to Yuma.”

3:10 to Yuma

Not only is the 1957 version of "3:10 to Yuma" superior to the remake, it deserves a spot among the greatest Westerns of the '50s.
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Shoot First, and Pray You Live

A wonderfully witty, ascerbic Western, “Shoot First and Pray You Live” looks something like you’d imagine a Tarantino cowboy movie would