Der Mann der Liberty Valance erschoss (1962)15K
Der Mann der Liberty Valance erschoss: Directed by John Ford. With John Wayne, James Stewart, Vera Miles, Lee Marvin. A senator returns to a western town for the funeral of an old friend and tells the story of his origins.
“With the unlikely alliance with a cop, a career criminal sets about to exact revenge after he is double crossed.u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003eFar more memorable than Schwarzeneggeru0026#39;s The Last Stand, writer Alessandro Camonu0026#39;s screenplay (based on Alexis Nolentu0026#39;s graphic novel) and director Walter Hill donu0026#39;t try to reinvent the action-wheel and too the films credit Sylvester Stallone successfully goes against his usual casting playing an unsavoury character namely James Bonomo (Marion Cobretti, Stalloneu0026#39;s own u0026quot;Cobrau0026quot; would have certainly despised him).u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003eDespite clichés, some unnecessary flashbacks, over exposition, even repeating plot points just in case you missed them the first time around Bullet to the Head is reminiscent of the Fast and Furious in style with a touch Red Heat with the leads conflicting opinions and one-liners. Vetran director Hill proves he still knows how to direct a solid action film with kinetic axe, gun and fist fights. Christian Slater has a memorable cameo with Jason Momoa proving heu0026#39;s more than just a Arnie alternative.u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003eItu0026#39;s and old school action with modern slick delivery, worth a watch.”