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The Kid

The Kid is a movie starring Jake Schur, Leila George, and Chris Pratt. The story of a young boy who witnesses Billy the Kid's encounter with Sheriff Pat Garrett.

Other Titles
ビリー・ザ・キッド 孤高のアウトロー, Ha'Na'ar, Sin piedad, The Kid - Pfad der Gesetzlosen, Billy le Kid, Billy the Kid - A Lenda
Running Time
1 hours 40 minutes
Quality
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres
Biography, Drama, Western
Director
Vincent D'Onofrio
Writer
Andrew Lanham, Vincent D'Onofrio, Andrew Lanham
Actors
Dane DeHaan, Jake Schur, Leila George, Chris Pratt
Country
USA
Year
2019
Audio Languages
Deutsch, English, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
Subtitles
日本語, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

The story of a young boy who witnesses Billy the Kid's encounter with Sheriff Pat Garrett.

Comments about biography «The Kid» (16)

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Debra Keller

I'm writing this review with one of the reasons I thought this movie was so great is because I was in the theater the first time and the kids that were in the front row were just as captivated as I was. As soon as I left the theater, I thought I should write a review and share it with them. I was just as impressed with this movie as I was the first time I saw it. In this case, I'm not talking about the movie as a whole but more about the narrative of the movie. I believe that the audience that sees this movie will be much more impressed by the narrative and storyline than the "story" itself. For example, the title of this movie is "The Kid". The movie itself is a prologue to the main story. This doesn't make sense but that's the way I felt after watching it. The movie is actually a narrative for the main story. It's like you are watching a documentary but in the end you are actually watching a movie. And it's just as important to watch as it is to watch a documentary. I found the movie a bit slow at times and it didn't take itself too seriously but I think it would've been a better movie if it was more serious. The cinematography was amazing and I loved the fact that the movie is set in the 1930's. I feel like it's a real cinematic experience because of the cinematography. It was also interesting to see how the movie was filmed because I was expecting a more modern film but it really wasn't as modern as I expected. I think it's worth watching because of the narrative but it's a little more complex than I expected it to be.

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Christopher D.

Hoping to watch a Western with a female lead, I went to see this film. However, I wasn't disappointed. Sarah Gadon (the lead actress in "Chariots of Fire") is very good in this film. She is not really in it for the lead but she does well. There are two very good supporting performances by Jack Huston and Richard Harris. The other actor who really impressed me was Christopher Plummer as Terence Stamp. The way he portrayed his character was very convincing. Overall, I would recommend this film. 7/10

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Madison W.

First, I am a HUGE fan of the book. I have read it several times and I can't get enough of it. I am not surprised that the movie was not as good as the book. In the book, Bill Henry is the best at everything and is always a threat to the more experienced men. In the movie, he is a minor character, and as a result, I didn't feel like I was following his story as closely as I could have. I also did not feel that I was able to understand why Henry, who has the brains of a 2 year old, would commit such a horrible crime. However, if you are a fan of the book, I would definitely recommend seeing the movie. It is worth it. There is no denying that the movie is visually beautiful, with beautiful settings and beautiful actors. The only downfall was that it could have been better if they had gone with a more accurate rendering of the story. I'm sure that they will do a better job with the next two films.

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Grace McDonald

This is a classic western. A great actor and an excellent cast. Clint Eastwood and Ben Johnson, respectively, are in their best roles ever. They are excellent as the two men who are trying to protect a young boy (Michael York) who has been kidnapped by a gang of robbers. Clint Eastwood gives an outstanding performance as the sheriff and his close friend, Ben Johnson. The best performance by a young actor was given by Matt Dillon as the younger son of a sheriff. His performance was powerful and his portrayal of the boy is very well done. The only weak performance was given by Sean Penn. Sean Penn was in an excellent film called The Departed, but this film was not good enough to hold his attention. Overall, the acting, directing, cinematography and music was superb. This is one of the best westerns ever made.

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Scott

I enjoyed the movie. The story was intriguing. It was interesting to see how the government handled the situation. I'm glad the movie didn't go too deep into the government's history, but I'm glad the government showed some remorse for the way it treated the Indians. I felt the movie was moving forward, and didn't let up until the end. I'd recommend this movie to anyone who is interested in the American west. It has a lot of history that is rarely touched on in movies. The acting was great, especially by Denzel Washington, who I've seen in other movies. He is a great actor and I hope he continues to do more movies like this.

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Ronald H.

The Kid is a quiet movie that is very slow paced and doesn't rush its characters or story. This is a great movie for the family because it is very family oriented and there are plenty of tender moments between the two main characters. The Kid is a great movie to watch with the whole family and its one that will keep you watching and thinking about it for days.

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Stephanie R.

Like the first western "The Kid" was based on a true story of a black man's rise to prominence in the Deep South during the first half of the 20th century. The Kid is set in the 1930's when a young, uneducated white man named John D. Rockefeller (played by Steve Martin) starts a business producing cattle feed by the name of Rockefeller Feed, Inc. He hires young men named Pete White (played by Joe Don Baker) and Charlie White (played by David Carradine) to help him. After their arrival, Pete is rejected by Charlie and left to his own devices. He tries to make money by selling his milk, but it is not enough to keep him from being turned out by his boss, a boss who makes little of the money he is supposed to. Pete is able to get his hands on some copper pipe and makes a fortune by taking the people's land, all while taking their animals and their horses. At one point he even gets a job as a school teacher. He also meets a girl named Ellen (played by Richard Harris) who he falls in love with. In the end he decides to leave the country and go to work in Texas. Ellen and Pete eventually get married and take their son (played by Kevin Costner) with them to Texas. In Texas, Pete is able to find a way to pay his debt to the land owner by selling his cow. He gets back his old job, his old friends, and his old cow. He returns to his old friends and becomes a successful businessman in Texas. Eventually, his friend is able to get his land back and his old friends are able to make some money. Ellen and Pete's son grows up to be a successful cowboy, a man who is a respected leader among the country people. He is able to build his own ranch, a successful business, and an excellent ranch house. But eventually he and his friend's ranch get sold and the old man is unable to make enough money to pay off his debts. When he is unable to pay off his debts, he has to sell his cattle, which he keeps as a family heirloom. When he finally is able to pay off his debt, he decides to sell his cow. When he does, he is able to save his ranch from the rancher who wanted to kill his cattle, and the old man can finally start his new life in Texas. What I liked about "The Kid" is that it is not just a western. There is a good deal of history, a great deal of social history, and an interesting perspective on a story that might be very familiar to people. This film is not just a western, it is a fascinating look at the history of the South. I also liked the performances by Steve Martin, Richard Harris, and Joe Don Baker. Steve Martin is the ideal type of character for this type of film. He has the ability to carry a film with his voice, and he does it here. I also liked the way the director David Ford handled the story. He is able to use the music and the cinematography to tell a story that is unique. It is not just a story that has a "western" feel to it, but a story that has a great deal of social and historical meaning. In addition, I also liked the cinematography and the way that it was shot. It is a beautifully filmed film. In addition, I also liked the cinematography of the large open spaces in Texas. The director also did a good job of showing the landscape. I thought that the locations were very well shot, and the film was able to pull off some very effective shots. It was

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Benjamin W.

I don't know how the history of the American West was brought to the screen in this film, but it was a great idea. The movie is worth seeing, but if you're expecting a John Wayne western or a Wild West epic, you'll be disappointed. It's more of a Clint Eastwood Western, with a lot of eye candy. If you want to see a true western, I suggest you see The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly. But if you're looking for a good history lesson, this is the movie to see.

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Matthew Estrada

Although this film has an amazing performance by Dennis Quaid, I think the director and screenwriter have done an excellent job in creating a fairly realistic portrayal of the war, and its lasting effects on its victims. I don't know that I've ever been more moved by a film than I was in this one. The script also offers some pretty intense scenes, with the portrayal of Jim Bridger's experience in Vietnam, his personal struggle with his own wounded conscience, and his growing attachment to his family. This movie also offers some interesting moments of humor, with the character of Johnny Cash playing a very important part in the story, as well as a rather sad scene of a very young boy, named Jim Bridger, trying to get his feet wet as a musician in the desert. Although the film was shot in Japan, I think that the general story is more applicable to the United States. This is one of the few movies that I've seen that has a well-written script, with an outstanding performance by Quaid. It is not a great film, but it is an excellent one.

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Doris H.

In many ways the film is the culmination of the careers of the two leads, Kirk Douglas and Clint Eastwood. With some stunning cinematography, some excellent costumes and a powerful score, this movie is one of the great westerns of the last decade. Clint Eastwood plays a man who is absolutely ruthless in his quest to return to his native land of Nevada, and he can be quite brutal in the process. There is little doubt that he would do just about anything to achieve his goal. Kirk Douglas is a grizzled old man who has been passed down the generations as a war veteran. The only thing that keeps him from taking the law into his own hands is his wife, Ruth. She is very much in the background in the movie and does not receive any of the attention. But the real star of the film is Clint Eastwood himself. He is perhaps the best western actor ever to come out of Hollywood. He has the presence and charisma that would make him a true legend. And he delivers his lines with a level of authority that would make any star of the era blush. All the actors do a good job, but the real star of the movie is Clint Eastwood. I can't think of any other actor who could have played the part of John Wayne, but he does it well. The thing I like most about the film is how well it captures the spirit of the west. It is a film that is well made, has some great camera work, and a powerful soundtrack. I really enjoyed this film and highly recommend it to anyone who enjoys westerns or film in general.

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Gerald

After The Kid, I found it hard to believe that this would be a movie from the same director. I went in expecting another of those "Hollywood" movies, but this is not that. This is a character driven film that will keep you guessing as to who's the real killer. If you are looking for a story, there is not much in this movie. If you are looking for a big action flick, look elsewhere. The story here is very little and the movie is focused on the characters. The movie is not about the shootout, but rather the story. I was surprised how much I enjoyed this film. The acting was solid, but I think that the real star was the writing. I love these type of films that have characters that are strong enough to carry the entire movie. I think that the actors and actresses did an amazing job in this film. The plot is very straightforward, but there is enough mystery to keep you guessing. I thought that this was a very interesting film and I will be looking forward to the next one in the trilogy. I give The Kid a 7 out of 10.

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Janet

The Kid is based on the book by Michael Ondaatje and a movie of the same name was made in 2007. I saw the movie in a theater with mixed feelings. On the one hand, I liked the movie a lot. It was an authentic depiction of the life of a young man. On the other hand, the movie seemed to be a bit overrated and far more realistic than it should have been. The movie would have been a good one if it was not for the ending. In my opinion, the movie should have ended in the way that it did, because I felt that the movie could have been a lot more interesting if the main character had died. I also felt that the ending was not fitting for the movie and that it didn't go with the rest of the movie. In my opinion, this movie should have ended as it did. I also think that the movie should have been shorter. There were parts that I felt were a bit too long and boring. Overall, I think that the movie was good, but not great. The Kid is a good movie that is worth seeing. However, it is not a great movie. I would recommend it for a rainy day and for the first time.

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Megan T.

The Kid is one of the most beautiful films I have ever seen. In the way it is shot, the costumes, the lighting, everything is very creative and works perfectly with the story. The direction of the film is very good, the cinematography is beautiful, the score is very nice and the photography is very beautiful. The Kid is an interesting film to watch, it has a lot of atmosphere and a lot of emotions. The Kid is a very good film, it's a great and great film. I have always liked films with beautiful cinematography, beautiful score, beautiful costumes and beautiful settings. The Kid is one of the best films that I have ever seen, it's a great and great film.

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Christine C.

A wonderfully rich and full film. In fact, the great Ethan Hawke is one of the most fascinating characters I've ever seen in a film. In this film, he is actually the star of the story, in a way, which is more than I can say about most films. The story of the Indians is one of the greatest in the Western world. What makes it so great is that the story is told from two different perspectives, but both are equally important. The perspectives of the American and the Native American are crucial, and so is the story of the missionary, who is called upon to provide an experience of what the Indians were really like, and why they were so angry. The story of the Indian is told from the point of view of the white man, and in this way the audience feels the pain of the Indians, and they feel the sorrow of the missionaries. This film has all the qualities of a great Western: a great cast, a great story, a great score, and a great cinematography. And even though it is long, it is still extremely exciting. If you like Westerns, you'll like this film.

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Paul

There is a lot to like about this movie. It is set in the last years of the Old West, and the depiction of the conflict between the Mormons and the Mormons is very well done. There are some interesting historical facts about the Mormons and Mormons in general that help to support the movie. The plot is very good, and the film never slows down for a second. The actors, despite their age, do a great job. Some of the characters are quite memorable. There is even some humor in this movie, that is not typical for movies of this type. It is a good film to watch with friends, or to watch alone, and it will make you appreciate the West more. I would recommend this movie to anyone, and I think it is definitely a great movie.

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Sharon

What makes a great western? The great director. The great actors. The great locations. This is one of those westerns. You really don't care about the story. You don't care about the characters. You just want to watch the action. And that's the problem. The story isn't compelling enough. And the characters aren't interesting enough. If you are going to watch this movie, watch it in the theater. I know I did. This is a movie that needs to be seen in a theater.