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original title: 3:10 to Yuma
duration: 2h 2min
tags: Time waits for one man
keywords: outlaw, arizonaterritory, contentioncityarizona, yumaterritorialprison, globearizona, tucsonarizona, pinalcityarizona, bensonarizona, train, arizonadesert, rancher, stagecoach, homoeroticism, surrende
So if he were to change, he'd need to be freed of his posse. Getting on the train to Yuma might just be his ticket to a new life when he busts out of the caboose or the prison (which he claims to have done twice already).
Killing his own men seemed over the top, but when you ponder that he probably didn't want to be shackled to these guys anymore, it becomes easier to swallow.
I did find Russell Crowe a bit too glib, but Christian Bale was spot on.
The look and sound of the movie were fantastic. Not a truly great movie, but definitely a good one, with some exceptional elements. I saw "The Assassination of Jesse James" yesterday and "3:10" today. Thought I would burn out on the genre doing the back to back. Because they're two different types of westerns, I was not bored but absolutely riveted.
I am calling Peter Fonda and Ben Foster from "3:10" getting noms or awards at the end of the year and Casey Affleck getting the same. Brad Pitt, maybe, but more for Hollywood political reasons because he was excellent. I don't know if this guy has been secretly getting some acting lessons but he's definitely improved in the last 10 years. Instead of thinking "Oh look. Brad Pitt's acting," it's more like "this guy is a great actor." The scene when he apologizes to Casey Affleck is a stunner. Maybe this redo didn