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Rated R · 108 minutes · 2008
In Appaloosa, Ed Harris and Viggo Mortensen play mercenary lawmen hired by the violent titular town to put an end to the criminal reign of rancher Randall Bragg (Jeremy Irons). Bragg, however, turns out to be not nearly as big of a challenge as new-in-town Allison French (Ren�e Zellweger), a gentlewoman who gets around more than the hooker's soon-to-be fianc� Virgil (Harris) has known. Harris, who co-wrote and directed, has all the ingredients of a great Western, but allows his characters to spend too much of their time sitting or standing around in saloons or on porches. Most of the movie is spent waiting for something. There are explosive moments to be remembered, for sure, but it's too much of a slog getting to them (114 min.).
Official Site: www.welcometoappaloosa.com
Director: Ed Harris
Writer: Ed Harris and Robert Knott
Producer: Ed Harris, Robert Knott and Ginger Sledge
Cast: Viggo Mortensen, Renée Zellweger, Ed Harris, Jeremy Irons, Timothy Spall, Lance Henriksen, Luce Rains, Tom Bower, Girard Swan and Ariadna Gil

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