Recognized in some quarters, but snubbed at the Oscars, Open Range is a throw back to the great John Wayne westerns of the past. Except for a few films, like Tombstone or Wyatt Earp, you rarely see Westerns hyped on the big screen instead. Open Range is the exception to the rule. An all-star cast led by Robert Duvall, Kevin Costner and Annette Benning, Open Range is packed with all the majestic beauty of the rolling plains, small-town line, and shootouts between the good guys and the bad. If you like the western genre, then you’ll love Open Range.
View Boss Spearman (Robert Duvall), Charley Waite (Kevin Costner), Mose Harrison (Abraham Benrubi) and Button (Diego Luna) to enjoy a life of freedom and abundance, whereas free grazing their cattle on the open plains of the Wild West. A life of honor and peace, is satisfied that all the wonder of his daily experience. But the individual’s personal paradise is over, if people drive their cattle near the town of Ville Harmon. A local farmer Denton Baxter (Michael Gambon) hates free-rangers, in particular, his home, and she uses the local sheriff, Sheriff Poole (James Russo) to control the city in a campaign of fear and dread.
Boss and Charley, but not the type of man in the back of a struggle, especially if their friends do not hurt. The various goals of any team he leads is inevitable bloody showdown. In the meantime, Charley falls for the brother of a local doctor Sue Barlow (Annette Benning). Sometimes funny, others romantic, Open Range is a film for the whole family can enjoy …
A modern cinema and the natural beauty of the American frontier, Open Range provides a modern audience is a good idea of the difficult lives of these people lived. The only significant point is that the lack of realism (at least as far as I know, and I’m no expert) is in the final scenes as the good guys and bad guys ended up with a showdown gunfight. This is a long dance of the hunter eventually killing about seventy-six times more than the famous shootout in the OK Corral. Such as St. Valentines Day Massacre is hardly worth mentioning on the evening news today, the massacre on this scale are simply not going to happen in those days. However, the shooting of the Open Range is the highlight of the film, and the rate they are to stave off the final conflict at the climax of the film builds to a crescendo effect (which can not work without a bloody shootout).
In the end, Open Range is a very entertaining movie. Much of the conflict … Many shots … Man of the people to violence. If you want, you’re in luck e. The only question you should ask (in the old days do not even have to ask yourself) is that the good guys win. Are not they? It is necessary to find the answer, and I highly recommend it. Open Range Kevin Costner is at his best – knee deep in American history, that the open plains of the West or the baseball diamond in Iowa and North Carolina – and therefore a must-see movie Open Range .