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Ver In a Valley of Violence

In a Valley of Violence is a movie starring Ethan Hawke, John Travolta, and Taissa Farmiga. A mysterious stranger and a random act of violence drag a town of misfits and nitwits into the bloody crosshairs of revenge.

Genres
Western, Action
Director
Ti West
Starring
Taissa Farmiga, James Ransone, Ethan Hawke, John Travolta

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Product details

Genres Western, Action
Director Ti West
Writer Ti West
Stars Taissa Farmiga, James Ransone, Ethan Hawke, John Travolta
Country USA
Also Known As Η κοιλάδα της βίας, Dolina przemocy, バレー・オブ・バイオレンス, La vallée de la violence, El valle de la venganza, Nella valle della violenza, Şiddet Vadisinde, Terra violenta, Valea violenţei, Terra Violenta, No Vale da Violência, Az erőszak völgye
Runtime 1 h 44 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 A mysterious stranger and a random act of violence drag a town of misfits and nitwits into the bloody crosshairs of revenge.

Top reviews

Friday, 20 Mar 2020 10:00

This is one of the great westerns of the sixties. It is also one of the great ones for the seventies. The story is about a desperado (Denholm Elliot) who is trying to steal a mine in a Texas town. In order to get it, he has to cross the mountains of Texas. The real kicker is that he is after the gold, not the money. This is a thrilling western where nothing is left to chance. Elliot's character is an outlaw, and this is definitely the best performance by Elliot. Now let's talk about the other members of the cast. Fred Williamson, John Wayne, and Lee Van Cleef are all good actors, but their performances are understated and they are all great in their own ways. My only problem with the cast is Lee Van Cleef. He is not the greatest actor, but I don't think he is that bad of a choice for this role. I think that Lee Van Cleef is perfect for this role, and I think that the film would have been better if they didn't use him at all. The only other great performance of the film is that of Dennis Hopper, but he only has a small role. Overall, the film is very entertaining, but it doesn't go far beyond what it set out to do. While the film has an interesting story and a great cast, the film is nothing more than an action film. In this case, the action is very good, but the story is what makes the film great. I recommend this film, but you have to be very patient and watch the film from the beginning until the end. A must see film for fans of the genre. * out of *
Friday, 20 Mar 2020 09:20

Wow, what a treat to see a new release film, even if it has some very obvious flaws. Perhaps the film is a little dated, but still an entertaining, gritty western-type tale. The film is about two of the most prominent western actors of their time, Lou Diamond Phillips (Louis Tully) and Marlon Brando (Joaquin Phoenix). Their respective characters are at odds, and as their characters play out, they come to realize the futility of their feud. It's really about their respective strengths and weakness, and it's all about finding some kind of meaning to their days of conflict. They have to find some kind of resolution, and that is where this film gets really interesting. It's really a lot like the western classics. You can't expect a conventional western from a film like this, but you can expect something that delivers the emotional goods, without going over the top. The dialog is actually good. It's not horrible, and certainly not corny, and it is not bad by any means. The direction and cinematography are good, and it really feels like a 1970s Western, with all the major actors giving great performances. The story is fairly traditional, but it's still really fun. It's a little slow, but still engaging. The film doesn't really say much about the current climate of the United States, but the story is a little more hopeful than the traditional western film. It has some decent pacing, and that's what keeps it from being one of those generic films. This film is much more serious than the typical western. It really does feel like a traditional film that might have found it's place in the 1970s, and maybe it's just me, but it was like a 1970s film, and it was great. The acting is great, and the cast is pretty strong. There's just no question that this film has a solid cast, and it's really well-written and well-acted. The plot is actually interesting, and I think it's actually pretty original, even if it's kind of silly. It's pretty unexpected, and I thought it was kind of cool. This is a movie that's just great. It's entertaining, it's good, and it's really well-acted. It's a great little western, and I recommend it.


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