3:10 to Yuma

3:10 to Yuma

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Director: James Mangold

Cast: James Mangold, Russell Crowe, Christian Bale, Peter Fonda


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Russell Crowe plays a desperado whose accomplices stage an ambush after he is taken into custody by a determined local sheriff in this remake of the 1957 film starring Glenn Ford and Van Heflin. James Mangold directs a script based on the See more details below


Russell Crowe plays a desperado whose accomplices stage an ambush after he is taken into custody by a determined local sheriff in this remake of the 1957 film starring Glenn Ford and Van Heflin. James Mangold directs a script based on the Elmore Leonard short story and penned by Stuart Beattie, Michael Brandt, and Derek Haas.

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All Movie Guide - Perry Seibert
James Mangold's great strength as a director is his knowledge of how and why audiences respond to different genres. He presents pristine examples of genre, never really subverting them, but finding a way to infuse them with novelty, strong acting, and classic Hollywood style. 3:10 to Yuma fits that mold perfectly. This time Mangold goes back to the birth of the revisionist Western. The film isn't in the mold of genre busting pictures like The Wild Bunch or McCabe & Mrs. Miller, but more like the films being made at the time the original came out. This new version respects the form of the classic Western, but it adds just enough moral ambiguity to allow for a number of engaging performances. Peter Fonda turns up looking as grizzled as ever, and he has just as much authenticity in this setting as his father did. As Russell Crowe's exceedingly loyal sidekick, Ben Foster maintains a psychotic gleam in his eye that is tempered only by a mixture of admiration and brotherly love whenever he looks at Crowe. Christian Bale broods as well as ever in the role of the good guy forced to win the admiration of his oldest son. But Mangold's film is elevated from good to very good thanks to a marvelous star turn by Russell Crowe as Ben Wade. Crowe combines a formidable physical presence onscreen with a nearly palpable sensitivity, and, more often than not, a sharp intelligence. His Ben Wade needs to be capable of doing just about anything at any point. He certainly has the soul of an artist, as evinced by his gentle, detailed sketchings of a lover; and he most certainly has the steely resolve of a killer. Crowe makes this monster so likable, so full of an inner life, that his every gesture demands an audience's attention. He wears a black hat with such style that he looks like he could hold his own against other legendary Western bad guys. Although the character's final actions leave the viewer with a healthy ambiguity, the movie's final shot ranks among one of the best of the year. A train and a horse, moving out of frame together, shot with such understated affection that Mangold captures the iconography of old Westerns while still finding some new poetry in them. It's the most lyrical moment in the film, capping a very solid straightforward narrative with a moment that reminds everybody that a human being who genuinely loves movies made this one. Mangold has no interest in transcending or subverting genres, because he still finds so much pleasure in them.

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Product Details

Release Date:
Original Release:
Lions Gate
Region Code:
[Full Frame]
[Dolby AC-3 Surround Sound]
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Special Features

Audio commentary with director James Mangold; "Destination Yuma" - Making-of documentary; "An Epic Explored" - featurette; "Outlaws, Gangs and Posses" - documentary; Deleted scenes; 4x3 full screen version; 5.1 Dolby Digital Surround EX audio; English and Spanish subtitles; English closed captions

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Russell Crowe Ben Wade
Christian Bale Dan Evans
Peter Fonda Byron McElroy
Gretchen Mol Alice Evans
Ben Foster Charlie Prince
Dallas Roberts Grayson Butterfield
Alan Tudyk Doc Potter
Vinessa Shaw Emma Nelson
Logan Lerman William Evans
Kevin Durand Tucker
Luce Rains Marshal Weathers
Lennie Loftin Glen Hollander
Rio Alexander Campos
Johnny Whitworth Tommy Darden
Shawn D. Howell Jackson
Pat Ricotti Jorgensen
Ramon Frank Kinter
Deryle J. Lujan Nez
James Augure Nez
Brian Duffy Sutherland
Jason Rodriguez Tighe
Chris Browning Crawley
Chad Brummett Kane
Forrest Fyre Walter Boles
Luke Wilson Zeke
Benjamin Petry Mark Evans
Arron Shiver Bill Moons
Sean Hennigan Marshal Will Doane
Girard Swan Deputy Harvey Pell
Christopher Berry Deputy Sam Fuller
David Oliver Evil Bartender
David Oliver Evil Bartender
Jason Henning Train Clerk
Marco Beltrami Conductor

Technical Credits
James Mangold Director,Producer
Lisa Beach Casting
Marco Beltrami Score Composer
Greg Berry Art Director
Stuart M. Besser Executive Producer
Jo Edna Boldin Casting
Michael Brandt Screenwriter
Mark Brooks Stunts
Brian Brown Stunts
William P. Brown Stunts
Richard L. Bucher Stunts
John Caglione Makeup
Dixie J. Capp Associate Producer
J.J. Dashnaw Stunts
Katie Douthit Makeup
Aaron Downing Associate Producer
Danny Edmo Stunts
Herman Endito Stunts
David Giammarco Sound Mixer
Dale Gibson Stunts
Troy M. Gilbert Stunts
Tad Griffith Stunts
Derek Haas Screenwriter
Steve Hassenpflug Stunts
Oliver S. Hendrickson Stunts
Scout Hendrickson Stunts
Mark Hitchler Set Decoration/Design
Sarah Katzman Casting
Ryan Kavanaugh Executive Producer
Kingorba Stunts
Cathy Konrad Producer
Derek Lacasa Stunts
Juddson Linn Stunts
David Luckenbach Camera Operator
Roger Lundeen Set Decoration/Design
Paul Massey Sound Mixer
Nicholas Mastandrea Asst. Director
Michael McCusker Editor
Andrew Menzies Production Designer
Phedon Papamichael Cinematographer
Paul Sanchez Camera Operator
Arianne Phillips Costumes/Costume Designer
Jason Rodriguez Stunts
Rich Roming Set Decoration/Design
Rod Rondeaux Stunts
Cody Smith Stunts
Lynwood Spinks Executive Producer
Monty Stuart Stunts
Jim Stuebe Sound/Sound Designer
Matt Taylor Stunts
Linda Vallejo Makeup
Mark Vargo Camera Operator
Mark Warrack Stunts
Mike Watson Stunts
Michael Weis Stunts
Corey Welk Makeup Special Effects
Halsted Welles Screenwriter
Danny Wynands Stunts

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Scene Index

Disc #1 -- 3:10 to Yuma
1. Late Night Ambush [3:30]
2. Making Things Right [4:01]
3. Here We Go [6:38]
4. He's Fast [4:52]
5. Trouble Brewing [6:40]
6. Needs Attention [4:37]
7. I Want to Talk [6:16]
8. Setting Bait [4:37]
9. Table Manners [3:54]
10. Getting By [6:43]
11. Tension Rising [3:48]
12. Digging Graves [1:48]
13. Choosing Paths [8:11]
14. Apache Attack [5:56]
15. Prisoner Dispute [5:10]
16. Laying Low [4:35]
17. New Offer [3:27]
18. Got Company [4:56]
19. Not All Bad [5:15]
20. Just You [3:32]
21. Sharp Shooting [5:12]
22. Making Confessions [6:35]
23. Special Delivery [4:20]
24. Train to Yuma [7:36]


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