Nevada Smith details
|Starring:||Pat Hingle, Martin Landau, Janet Margolin, Raf Vallone, Howard Da Silva, Arthur Kennedy, Brian Keith, Suzann, Karl Malden, Steve McQueen|
|Studio:||PARAMOUNT HOME ENTERTAINMENT|
|Run time:||2 hours 5 minutes|
|Rental release:||07 Jun 2004|
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Forgotten McQueenBy Kris Schroder from London, England , 30 Mar 2005
[Highly rated reviewer]Long awaited, technicolour-drenched DVD release of a little-known McQueen western from the mid-sixties. The film itself is long, episodic and somewhat dated. However, it remains fascinating as we watch Steve McQueen finding his Movie Persona. Always a limited actor, he struggles in the early scenes, wide-eyed and over-acting in an attempt to convince us he's a young teenager, but as the film unfolds (the movie covers several years) he becomes ever more subtle and steely eyed until he finally arrives at the taciturn, strong silent-type which we know and love. An early stepping stone for the actor, a Must for fans and those who love the Western genre.
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GREAT FILM - NO BAD LANGUAGE - EVEN BETTERBy YOLLEL (32 reviews) from STOURBRIDGE , 09 Sep 2012Brilliant two hours of entertainment, no foul language, if they re-made this now it would be a nightmare, as only shock value now puts bums on seats.
las vegas notBy juradino (815 reviews) from London , 06 Sep 2012Story of half breed whose parents are brutally murdered by gang of outlaws when he is young. He grows up and sets out to find them and revenge his family. Slightly unexpected ending but probably in spirit of time this western was made.
Great MovieBy citygirl (121 reviews) from London , 21 May 2009Steve McQueen at his coolest
nevada smithBy tebby (3 reviews) from Exeter , 27 Feb 2009very enjoyable feel good movie.
not quite the bookBy Mike (30 reviews) from Oldbury , 27 Oct 2007not quite as good as the book but an exellent film full of great actors good story good acting good from start too finish.