Open Range (11-Aug-2003)|
Director: Kevin Costner
Writer: Craig Storper
From novel: Open Range by Lauran Paine
Music by: Michael Kamen
Producers: David Valdes; Kevin Costner; Jake Eberts
A former gunslinger takes up arms to protect his Old West cattle crew from a villainous sheriff and rancher.
Old open-range cattleman Boss Spearman lives a life suited to the Old West with crew mates Charley Waite, Mose Harrison, and Button, driving their cattle across the frontier and avoiding the wilds of civilization. Inadvertently forced into the town of Harmonville one unfortunate day, Boss must call upon Charley's expertise as a former gunslinger to defend their party from threats posed by a slimy sheriff working in cahoots with a powerful rancher.
Review by anonymous (posted on 20-Apr-2005)
One of the most enjoyable westens yet
seen by me. Good old shoot em up, but with a sentimental twist, class
actors, good direction and great location shots of open country. In all
a well made production. I would expect nothing more from a cast with
Kevin Costner, Robert Duval and the georgious Annette Bening. The
supporting cast was to say the least terrific. Its great to see a film
made in the old style without all the hi tech trimmings of todays film
world. Recomended to all good film lovers. Well worth viewing.
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