An excellent psychological-thriller with lots of gunplay, a destitute rancher becomes the only man who can bring the outlaw Ben Wade to the train and justice. It's films like 3:10 to Yuma that reminded me why I like westerns, especially modern ones. It's the grand morality play of civilization against anarchy, but with more blood, shit and cursing then could be portrayed in the 1950s. And in the case of Yuma, more accomplished actors.
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