The Desperate Trail details
|Starring:||Sam Elliott, Craig Sheffer, Linda Fiorentino|
|Studio:||WARNER HOME VIDEO|
The Desperate Trail
|Run time:||1 hour 29 minutes|
|Rental release:||25 Jul 2005|
Most helpful review
Good Modern WesternBy a customer from Paisley , 09 Aug 2005
[Highly rated reviewer]Decent story, good acting, well paced modern western
DissapointingBy a customer from Auchterarder , 25 Jul 2009My assesment of a good film is how infrequnetly I look at the clock. With this film I found I was checking the clock all to frequently wondering how much longer it would be before it ended.
I found the actors hard to accept as credible in their respective roles with the final scenes of the film all to predicatable.
This is not a film I would recommend to a friend unless they wished to watch every second of their clock move round. And it is not a film I would wish to see again.
The Desperate TrailBy Essexuk (1 review) from Burnham-on-Crouch , 07 Sep 2008Love Sam Elliott but hated this film, not one of his best.
Good FunBy crispin40 (562 reviews) from Stirling, Scotland , 04 Feb 2007Something of a mix between 'Bonnie and Clyde' and The Magnificent Seven' along with bits of the Butch Cassidy humour. Not a western in the same league as 'The Untouchables' but enjoyable with plenty of drama, shoot outs and wry twists of humour in the dialogue. I would have loved to have seen who wrote the music which was excellent - a mix of trumpets, wind pipes, tubular bells and drums. Wouldn't mind buying a CD of that alone. Just good fun.
Bit of a let downBy a customer from Derry, Northern Ireland , 23 Sep 2006Fairly good western but the camera work is too modern for my liking. I am a big Sam Elliott fan and he just about holds this made for TV movie together on his own. Rent it if you have nothing to do on a wet wintery night!
Good Modern WesternBy a customer from Paisley , 09 Aug 2005Decent story, good acting, well paced modern western
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