• The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford (2007) Rating & Reviews

    Where To Watch
68
Based on 32 Critics
79
Based on 208 Users
  • The language of its narrative, like that of its characters, may be elevated -- a literary Western version of Damon Runyon -- but the words are intriguing, challenging and, occasionally, very funny. show more

  • This fascinating relationship gets smothered in pointlessly long takes, repetitive scenes, grim Western landscapes and mumbled, heavily accented dialogue. show more

  • Artfully exciting and compulsively watchable even at a butt-numbing 152 minutes, the film makes good on the promise New Zealand writer-director Andrew Dominik showed with "Chopper" in 2000. show more

See all critic reviews on metacritic.com