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3:10 to Yuma


Rated R for violence and some language.

R In Theaters 09/7/2007 , 117min.
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Critic score based on 37 reviews

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November 21, 2010
not a very good movie
April 10, 2009
Paul Preister
it was a great movie! favorite western movie ever! and there wasn't bad violence! one of my favorites!
February 02, 2009
This movie was awesome. One of the best movies of all time!
May 22, 2008
Sorry to give away the ending, but it made no sense at all. Crowe's character is a bad guy being delivered to the prison train while meantime his gang is trying to rescue him. But we must believe that Crowe's conscience is bothering him because right when he is being rescued he seemingly has a change of heart. How changed? He proceeds to slaughter his own loyal gang members who have been
May 22, 2008
this movie rocks, it shows that westrens can still make for a amazing movie. christan bale and russell crowe make this movie a should be award winner

Critic Reviews powered by Metacritic ™

A.O. Scott
The New York Times
More likely to be recalled as a moderately satisfying entertainment than remembered as a classic. Full Review
Claudia Puig
USA Today
Captures a potent sense of the Old West with its multidimensional raw performances and captivating final shootout sequence. But with its emphasis on emotional truths, it transcends the confines of a cowboy movie. Full Review
James Berardinelli
The 30-minute finale, which includes a tense stand-off with Ben's gang, is masterfully executed. It's perfectly paced, suspenseful, and ends in a way that's both appropriate and satisfying. Full Review
Joe Morgenstern
Wall Street Journal
The strengths of the first "3:10 To Yuma" were enhanced by its proportionality -- an intimate story told in 92 minutes. The story is no bigger in the new version, which goes on for 117 minutes. And it's certainly not better. Full Review
Kenneth Turan
Los Angeles Times
James Mangold directs it with such energy and passion that it's as if he didn't know it's all been done before. Full Review

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