(373)5.91 h 34 min198613+
Country music stars Johnny Cash, Kris Kristofferson, Willie Nelson, and Waylon Jennings team up for this version of the popular Western story about a group of desperate travelers on a dangerous stagecoach ride to Arizona.
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Johnny CashKris KristoffersonWillie Nelson
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Waylon JenningsJune Carter CashJohn SchneiderElizabeth Ashley
Hal W. PolaireJack ThompsonRobert Michael Steloff
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4.7 out of 5 stars

373 global ratings

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D. MckinzieReviewed in the United States on February 5, 2019
5.0 out of 5 stars
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This is a remake of the old John Wayne classic. Usually, I like the older one better in this type of situation, but this movie is very enjoyable. It had a really great cast, including June Carter Cash, who had one of the best lines in the movie (when asked how she ended up running a Stage Depot, she replied, "When I married, my husband promised me adventure in colorful surroundings and this is it."). It also starred Johnny Cash, and his son (and June's), as well as John Schneider, Kris Kristofferson and several others that are well known. Good movie.
16 people found this helpful
M. D. WallaceReviewed in the United States on July 1, 2018
4.0 out of 5 stars
Underrated, lesser known version
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Not the first version, of course. And while the others have a standout performance or two, this version is the most even across the board. Some folks don't like some of the changes that were made, but if you're not going to make any changes, what's the point of remaking something? I mean, remember the remake of Psycho (shot for shot carbon copy)? Horrible. So, while I own both the Duke's version and the Ann-Margaret version, I actually prefer this one. Maybe I'm just weird, and I'm ok with that.
19 people found this helpful
Page RibeReviewed in the United States on March 3, 2019
5.0 out of 5 stars
Nice little movie
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Admittedly, I watched this solely to see Waylon Jennings because I've always been a big fan of his. Not only was Waylon great, but I was pleasantly surprised to find out that this was a really good movie all the way around! It went by so fast I was surprised when the credits rolled! Light hearted and fun. Nothing heavy. A great time!
9 people found this helpful
David R ByrdReviewed in the United States on August 8, 2020
5.0 out of 5 stars
Remake or not .. Very Entertaining, music was good all the way through and loved the ending!
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The movie had some great lines, kind of fun to see all these singers and musicians doing a credible acting performance. Thought Johnny Cash might have added a little stronger "cowboy" accent. Pleasant to hear anyone respect or speak highly of American Indians. It changed the normal 100 "savages" , who obviously aren't real Indians .. just people with lots of dark makeup and wigs, riding around screaming in a circle waiting to be shot down by 5 cowboys and two women. Music was well done. Plot was riveting, Doc Holiday script was great and loved the edge of your seat ending. If Superstar Actors were in this movie I might lower my rating a little but nice to be pleasantly surprised!
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Andrew BussReviewed in the United States on September 8, 2020
1.0 out of 5 stars
Neat to see the highwaymen on screen, too bad it was terrible.
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While I understand that it's pretty cool to have the highwaymen on screen if you aren't a big fan this movie is just bad. I am a huge fan of westerns, I tried to not compare this to the original (which is considered to be the father of western films) and look at it as a standalone film. Even then i couldn't give it more than 3 stars and that is only because of the star power and getting to hear and see artist who I love their music on screen, but that only lasts for the first 30 minutes and then you're stuck watching the next hour going "oh come on". You can say yeah but they are great musicians and its a way to have them together on screen, well then write movie for them because this just did not work. When you have to say watch this before the original because the original (which is 50 years older and in black and white) will make you think this is bad i think that speaks for itself.
Customer_93Reviewed in the United States on June 29, 2016
4.0 out of 5 stars
Different print from DVD
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This blu-ray comes in a 1:33:1 full screen aspect ratio. As I owned the previous DVD release, which was a widescreen release, at first I was upset and thought the image was cropped. However, after comparing the two, I noticed that this version has more information on the top and bottom of the picture (though less on the sides). This happened many times with made-for-TV movies. The film print used here is simply different from the one used on the older DVD. Sound and picture is good. It would have been nice if both versions of the movie were included, but this is the first time we get this version on home video and the first feature film with Johnny Cash on blu!
8 people found this helpful
Jr.Reviewed in the United States on March 16, 2019
3.0 out of 5 stars
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This was boring except for the two fight scenes. I gave it three stars because of no curse words and the actors. I was expecting a better movie. I can't believe I watched it all. Others may like it though.
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Christopher CousinsReviewed in the United States on July 23, 2016
3.0 out of 5 stars
So bad it's great!
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Really I should say: it's so bad, it's great. Terrible, clumsy directing combined w/ every cliched "westernism" one could think of. Although, I must say, it is amazing how much charisma the country music stars have in this movie, as they make the professional actors look terrible! Elizabeth Ashley is absolutely excruciating (I've never been so horribly thrilled in my life!) and she looks like she could be Kristofferson's young mother! This is a movie one can lean back, munch on popcorn, and joyfully cringe at how horrible/ fantastic it is!
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