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Saturday, 25 June 2011

The Train Robbers (1973)

Directed by Burt Kennedy
Starred John Wayne, Ann-Margret, Rod Taylor, Ben Johnson, Christopher George, Bobby Vinton, Jerry Gatlin, Ricardo Montalban...
1973, United States, English

Well, not exactly a robbery movie. I can't say more not to give out any spoiler. You will have to see it for yourself. A simple, not a big movie. It has a a straight film grammar and it is a movie for a patient audience. If you are patient enough, you might enjoy it even more. It is pity that I can't tell you more :) Don't expect too much, but a simple, nice experience will be waiting for you.

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If you look for;
a simple robbery movie
a light robbery movie
a movie fully focused on the robbery
a small team work robbery
a western robber movie

then this is your movie.


If you liked this movie, I believe you might like also:
(available in the blog)

Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid (1969)
Maverick (1994)


Degree: Alternative Theft Movie
Sub-Category: Gold Robbery
Excellence of Robbery Plan: 1/5
Originality of Robbery Plan: 1/5
Quality of Robbery Action Scenes: 2/5
Actors' Performances: 3/5
Excitement Level: 1/5
Surprise Level: 3/5
Humor Level: 2/5
Originality of the Story in General: 3/5
Rating As A Robbery/Heist Movie: 3/5
Rating the Movie As A Whole: 3/5

Important Reminder: Below trailer might contain important spoilers.


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