Maybe this redo didn’t need so many bells and whistles, but Mangold brings it home. show more
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. show more
A riveting remake of a pretty terrific 1957 western about manhood, fatherhood and honor. show more
not a very good movie
it was a great movie! favorite western movie ever! and there wasn't bad violence! one of my favorites!
This movie was awesome. One of the best movies of all time!