Jeremiah Johnson

Jeremiah Johnson

Director: Sydney Pollack Cast: Robert Redford, Will Geer, Stefan Gierasch
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Jeremiah Johnson 4.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 9 reviews.
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An oldschool classic
Guest More than 1 year ago
The setting for this epic tale is circa 1830, as stated at the beginning of the movie, not 1850 as stated in a previous review. By 1850 the mountain men like Johnson, Bridger and Carson were largely being replaced by settlers and trapping was virtually over in favor of buffalo hunting. Although Colorado was the territory at the time of the movie the locations cited are actually in what is now Montana (the Judith River, Musselshell River etc.) This is an epic representation of early rural americana!
Guest More than 1 year ago
Jeremiah Johnson was the coolest Mountain Man that ever did exist or did not exist in this beautifully "escape from civilization" Western. In a time when we we were still getting reports of dead and missing GIs in Vietnam, Westerns for a time took an interesting and provocative turn against mainstream conservative society that they have served as propaganda for. This one was the most thought-provoking and entertaining by Syndney Pollack. Now, watch it Pilgrims!
Guest More than 1 year ago
Few western genres have adequately portrayed what drove people to become pioneers or trappers and what life was really like for them. This movie shows exactly what life was like for those brave trappers and early pioneers who decided to make the great move West. Redford plays a soldier who is fed up with the false trappings of civilized life; he decides to become a mountain man and move west. Brilliant cinematography captures the brutal elements of the untamed wilderness. The folk music adds to the flavor of the movie. This movie is a masterpiece and stands in its own league. It has no equal to compare with. If you like down to earth movies about the real West, this is definitely a movie to own.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
The scenery is breathtaking and the characters vivid. We'll watch this many more times and enjoy it just as much each time.
Guest More than 1 year ago
My father and I used to watch the VHS tape of this fine film every Friday night for a number of years. He absolutely loves this movie and I can't say that I blame him. When my first son is born I will name him Kaleb as it "Is a name I have long admired" because my father won't let me name him after himself.
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