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The Meanest Man in Texas is a movie starring Mateus Ward, Jamie McShane, and Alexandra Bard. Based on the book,"The Meanest Man in Texas" is the true story about Clyde Thompson, who in 1928 was convicted of multiple murders and...

Genres
History, Drama, Biography
Director
Justin Ward
Starring
Casey Bond, Alexandra Bard, Jamie McShane, Mateus Ward

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Product details

Genres History, Drama, Biography
Director Justin Ward
Writer Justin Ward, Don Umphrey
Stars Casey Bond, Alexandra Bard, Jamie McShane, Mateus Ward
Country USA
Runtime 1 h 45 min
Audio Português  English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles Português  日本語  Čeština  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Description Based on the book,"The Meanest Man in Texas" is the true story about Clyde Thompson, who in 1928 was convicted of multiple murders and sentenced to death, but was miraculously paroled. Thompson gained a reputation as the meanest man in Texas while working hard labor in prison, until he meets the love of his life, Julia Perryman, and finds redemption and faith.

Top reviews

Saturday, 11 Jul 2020 09:12

While this film may not be as deep as it needs to be, it is a very well told story about the rise and fall of the man who was believed to be the most vicious and cruel man on the face of the earth. It's a film that will remind you of events that happened in your own backyard. The story is also about the danger of supporting the man who would not be prosecuted and the consequences of that. It's also a film that will make you think about your own opinion of the matter. The story is very well told, it's about a man who used to lie about his crimes. He told many stories to give the public an idea of what he was capable of. He used to lie to his wives about how much money he was making, and he used to lie to the press about the affairs of his girlfriends. He told many stories about the beautiful woman that he had been in love with, but the woman he loved did not approve of his lies. He lied to the people of Texas about his past and he lied to the people of the world about the fact that he was a murderer. He had to cover up his crimes because if he were to be arrested, it would lead to his downfall. The best part of this movie is that it's very well written. It doesn't need to be shot for a long time because it's told in such a way that it's not boring. It's not a film that you need to sit through an entire film to understand, but it's a good film to watch for a few minutes. The characters are very well done and it's well written. I think that this film was nominated for some awards, but it didn't win any. This is a good film, but I'm not sure that it deserves to win any awards. It's not the best movie ever made, but it's a very good movie. I give this film 7 out of 10.
Wednesday, 10 Jun 2020 07:12

This is a very well made film, well-acted and directed, with a solid script and a couple of very powerful scenes. I have been reading the comments that say the actors were too young, or too old, and so forth. The actor playing Albert Hall was about 42, and he was perfect for the part, but so was the actor playing Elroy Grin, who was about 18. The other actors in the film were all in their late 20s or early 30s. If you want to see a movie about the Jim Crow South, go see the film that I've just reviewed. This one was not made to "stir the pot" or to "make a statement," but to tell the story of one man's fight against Jim Crow. The reason I say that, is because I think most of the people who see this film do so because they know the story and can relate to it, but, I think the film is much more than that. I think it's about people fighting back against a system that is doing everything it can to keep them in their place. In the movie, Albert's boss, Hank, is played by Mike Epps. Hank is a very convincing villain, and has a very effective way of portraying that type of person. In the film, he is the most powerful man in the world, but he is also the most pathetic. He has to keep getting along with the rest of the town because they all hate him. Albert tries to do the same thing, but Hank is no match for Albert's determination. Albert works with the local railroad, but he is not a great railroad employee. He keeps to himself, and doesn't get along with the other workers. Albert's boss, Hank, does not like Albert, and doesn't like Albert. Albert keeps getting the upper hand, and does everything he can to keep Albert from succeeding. In the end, Albert gets what he wants, and is able to run the railroad. Albert Hall is a very convincing character. He is able to show that he is not the hero he was made out to be. Albert is a very believable character. I found him to be very convincing and a very good actor, and I think it is one of the best performances I have ever seen. Mike Epps is excellent in the role, and is able to play a character that is not perfect. In the film, Albert and Hank have a lot of fun with each other, and they are able to make one hell of a couple. I think this is a very good film, and I recommend it to anyone who wants to see a very powerful story told by an actor who was very good at portraying a real person.
Monday, 20 Apr 2020 05:13

I saw this movie on it's initial release and have since seen it several times, all the while maintaining a fascination for it. While it is indeed a compelling story, it is a movie with a heavy bias towards the conservative. There is a very strong anti-war, anti-abortion stance. The movie is told in flashback, which works well for the purposes of the story, but that doesn't mean that it should not be interpreted with the same eye, and certainly not the same mind, as its premise and purpose. That said, there is a lot to appreciate about this film, and it deserves more recognition than it has received. This is an excellent movie, and I have never seen anything so engaging and interesting in a long time. It is a little slow at times, but I don't think that it should be interpreted as slow in the sense of being boring. It is a well-told, well-told story, and is done so with a focus on its subject matter. It does not need to get out of the way to tell the story it wants to tell. I don't think that this is an anti-war movie, and I don't think that it is anti-abortion, either. I think that the real subject matter is the idea of what is going on in the world today, and the dangers that we as humans are capable of unleashing on one another, especially on our own families. This is a very well told and effective film. And I don't think that there is anything wrong with its conclusion, which is one that is more than a little depressing. That said, it is still very much worth seeing. I give it a 7 out of 10.


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