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CertificationU Our Rating

The original and still the best. Glenn Ford plays the outlaw Ben Wade whose capture leads to a desperate and dangerous mission for the poor rancher, Dan Evans, who is charged with bringing the renegade to justice on the 3.10 train to Yuma. find out more...

Certification15 Our Rating

It's the late 19th century and in the West the railways are coming. Ruthless outlaw Ben Wade and his equally immoral gang feed off the wealth the lines bring, but after he's captured Wade is forced to confront his worst enemy, his conscience. As they travel across the deserts of Arizona towards the train that will deliver him to ultimate justice, a grudging respect develops between Wade and escort Dan, a dirt poor farmer who knows the values of right and wrong, but with Ben's men in hot pursuit find out more...

Certification18 Our Rating

Director Alex de la Iglesia's look back to Spanish filmmaking of old centres on Carlos, a young boy on a mission to find the grandfather denied him by his mother. The grandfather, Julian (Sancho Gracia), who was once a stuntman on spaghetti westerns, is now reduced to doing stunt shows for tourists with his old buddies on the same decaying sets. Carlos's appearance restores some pride to Julian, but when Carlos's mother Laura finds out where he is, she decides to finally destroy the last remn find out more...


Certification15 Our Rating

Much imitated but never surpassed first film in Sergio Leone's iconic trilogy starring the 'man with no name' as a nomadic loner who rides into a small border town ripped apart by two feuding crime families. Brilliant, stylish, bloody and proof that Europeans make better Westerns than the Americans! find out more...

Certification15 Our Rating

A bandit leader and a fugative IRA man join together to rob a bank in an explosive spagehtti western set in Mexico in 1913. Having already, in Once Upon a Time in the West, taken energetic liberties with the typical Fordian Western, it's not surprising that Leone should have taken a sideswipe at another of the director's stereotypes, the revolutionary Irishman, in the second part of his trilogy of political fables. But the specific IRA background of Coburn's Sean is as ultimately unimportant as find out more...

Certification15 Our Rating

Harris plays a 19th Century English aristocrat who is captured by the Sioux Indians and integrated into their culture. Strong on period detail, the film contains the now famous scenes of the Sun Row initiation sequence. find out more...

Certification12 Our Rating

A fast paced western with as many quips as it has action set pieces (and it has a lot) cannot disguise the fact that this is a rather pointless exercise, trading as it does on the notorious legend of the James/Younger gang for no discernible reason. Having said which, despite that verbal 'arse whoopin' American Outlaws is pretty good fun. find out more...

CertificationPG Our Rating

The second of the terrific Stewart/Mann Westerns is characteristic of their pairings: adult themes played out against prairie vistas in which betrayal and violence can erupt at any time. Formerly a vicious Missouri raider, Stewart now leads an Oregon bound wagon train that, having brushed aside ineffective Native American resistance to the invasion, becomes embroiled in a conflict over resources between farmers (decent folk) and miners (womanising, drinking, thieving, scumbags). Welcome to Middl find out more...

Certification15 Our Rating

Lucy Fife Donaldson says: "Mark Wahlberg is pulled back into the smuggling business when his brother-in-law falls foul of a no-good gang, run by Giovanni Ribisi (who looks and sounds the meanest he has yet). What follows is a fairly standard, but no less fun for it, caper of heist plans and double (double) crosses that goes to Panama and back. If you can’t fall for the easy charm of Wahlberg, not to mention the wiry charisma of Ribisi and Ben Foster, then this is unlikely to be of much find out more...


Certification12 Our Rating

 

Quite literally cowboys fighting against gold mining, body snatching aliens and as ridiculous as that sounds. Adapted from a graphic novel and with a suitably massive special effects budget Cowboys and Aliens is something of a mess, Though Harrison Ford comes out of it OK as the curmudgeonly Marshall.

 

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