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The Bounty Killer

The Bounty Killer is a movie starring Crispian Belfrage, Ethan McDowell, and David Gilliam. A bounty killer is hired by a Mexican landowner to rescue his daughter after she's kidnapped by a gang of outlaws on her wedding day.

Running Time
1 hours 27 minutes
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Action, Western
Chip Baker
Chip Baker, Jose L. Villanueva, Nick Reynolds, Danny Garcia
Antonio Mayans, David Gilliam, Ethan McDowell, Crispian Belfrage
Spain, USA
Audio Languages
Deutsch, English, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
日本語, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

A bounty killer is hired by a Mexican landowner to rescue his daughter after she's kidnapped by a gang of outlaws on her wedding day.

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Melissa K.

There's nothing much more I can say about this movie. It's a great action film, a fun movie. A great movie. No, it's not a masterpiece. No, it's not great. No, it's not a rip-off. It's a great movie. It's funny, violent, exciting, and packed with all the same great qualities that made the likes of the western movies of the 1930's and 1940's so great. Great to watch on the big screen with friends, especially for the action buffs. I give it a 9 out of 10.

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Peter Ortega

Don't let the lack of subtitles, the poor acting, and the low budget fool you. This is a high octane, entertaining and entertaining film. It's definitely a sleeper. It's been one year since I last saw it, but I still enjoy watching it. I think it's the cast that's really the secret to the movie's success. The acting is great. They all have great chemistry with each other. They're all well cast and there is not a single character I hate. The story, which is based on a true story, is fast-paced and thrilling. There is an excellent mix of violence and humor. The pacing is great and I was never bored. The story is told in a very clever way. There are many twists and turns and there is never a dull moment. It's never predictable. The music is fantastic. The songs are really catchy. The music is so atmospheric that you don't want to go out of your way to get the soundtrack. The entire movie is shot in a beautiful and unique style. I think it's a masterpiece. I don't want to give anything away, but the ending will blow your mind. I can't wait to see it again. I love this movie!

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This is a very underrated classic. If you enjoy Westerns and action, this is a must. It is a classic example of a film that is not bad because it is not a classic, but because it is not good because it is not a classic. This film is a true classic. It is the kind of film that stays with you for a long time. It is a great movie that has great acting, a great story, and great camera work. My hat goes off to all the people who made this film. Everyone should see this film.

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I've been reading the reviews of "The Bounty Killer", "The Haunting" and "The Black Horse" in the past few weeks and thought to myself "what a blast!". I don't remember the title from the four films, but I must have looked in the DVD case when I first saw this movie. I got this DVD and sat down and watched it without reading any reviews. I was prepared for a bizarre "Halloween" rip-off of a western with a "Honeymoon in Vegas"-type set-up. The story is about a sheriff (Robby Benson) trying to track down the men who killed his wife and daughter. The plot is somewhat over-the-top with the humour and the gags being put in throughout the movie. The movie is not terribly violent, and it is very well-made for it's budget. The performances are quite good, with the characters all being likable and convincing. The dialogue is okay and the story flows nicely, and the ending is one of the better endings I have seen in a long time. The music is fun and fits the movie, as does the music in the opening scene. All in all, it was a very good movie, and one that will probably be a classic, and that is something I would like to see more of.

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This movie is definitely not for everyone. It's a movie for people who are very fond of westerns. Even if you are not fond of westerns you will be entertained for the duration of the movie. The story is slow, with nothing to say about the characters except "He's a killer". Everyone knows the title, and that's why you watch the movie. If you like westerns, you will like this movie. I didn't like the acting, but that's only a minor issue. There are a few things that drag the story down, but it is still entertaining. Also, I have to give credit to the director for using western location shots in this movie. It's a different style, and it works well in this movie. This movie is a good movie for people who like westerns, but don't mind an average movie. If you are a big western fan, or you like western movies, you should definitely give this movie a shot.

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The man who was often mistaken for a devil-worshiping Mexican Priest, Peter Lorre, is, at last, shown in a film so bleakly beautiful as to leave one thinking about the unsightly people and countries he has been involved with. The film is a silent film about a man who travels from country to country in search of gold and women. Lorre has fallen in love with a beautiful girl from another country. She is a woman who has lost her family in a war and is now free to live in an isolated town. When she is kidnapped by a ruthless and deadly killer known as The Jackal, Lorre must save her and her family. The story is well told, but Lorre is not played by a silent film actor, but by the silent film legend, Antonio Margheriti. Lorre is not a musical actor, but a silent film actor, who is perhaps more quiet than the action he portrays. Margheriti plays Lorre with such conviction, that we feel the actor's pain and heartbreak. We feel for his love for his wife and children, who are also given the small but powerful character of Shambhala. It is also a very good film, which will take you into a world of violence, and the emotional and intellectual struggle of a man trying to save his family. As a silent film, it is much more difficult to understand, but if you are willing to pay close attention to what is going on, you will understand. The film is a very powerful film, and you will not be able to take your eyes of the screen. If you are an avid fan of silent film, or Antonio Margheriti, I suggest you check out this film.

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Nicole Alvarado

One of the best westerns ever made. The Gunfighter is the first movie ever to feature Clint Eastwood, a true icon of the western genre. A huge part of the reason for this is that the director Richard Lester, a young, rising star, takes a gamble by choosing to make this movie about the Gunfighter's life, instead of focusing on the gangster. Although this risk pays off in spades, it does mean that the film is all about Clint Eastwood, and not the gangster's life. The film begins with an action sequence in which the Gunfighter's girlfriend is brutally killed by a gang of outlaws. The Gunfighter, having been given his own gun, and a box of bullets, vows revenge. The Gunfighter goes on a killing spree that will set him up for the rest of his life. This film is truly a Western masterpiece. It's an emotional experience, and has to be seen to be believed. The film begins with an incredible car chase, that, although it is very long, is still great to watch. In addition, the gunfights are legendary. You can watch the Gunfighter destroy the whole town with a single shot. But what makes the film great is the Gunfighter himself. Eastwood is an outstanding gunfighter, with a cool manner and an admirable sense of style. He has to be one of the greatest gunfighters ever, and his performance is outstanding. But the gunfighter himself isn't just great, he's the one that makes this movie great. The gunfighter is a man that uses his skills to kill anyone in his path. The Gunfighter is one of the greatest villains ever, because he is a man who doesn't hesitate to kill people. The gunfighter has to be one of the greatest villains ever. Overall, the Gunfighter is a classic western. It's very sad that this film is still only known as a classic, but it is certainly one of the best films of all time. 9/10

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I remember seeing this movie in the theater when I was 13 and being absolutely fascinated by the color palette, the cinematography, and the sound track. I can't quite put my finger on why, but I just love the whole thing. As I recall, it was a two-part movie, and the second part was more in the vein of one of the westerns of the 40s. So, for those who are interested in the genre, it's worth watching. If not, you're missing out on an artful and lyrical, often campy, entertainment.