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May 10, 2010


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I just saw this movie the other day for the first time and you hit the nail on the head with this review. I have to admit, I loved Val Kilmer's character, but that was the only thing about the movie that stood out to me. When you mentioned Disney, a whole lot of pieces fell into place, as I was expecting to watch a thrilling and dramatic movie, and instead got a flat, flavorless, family friendly film.

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From their poor reviews I'm guessing that Brian and Rob must have been drinking "tremendous amounts of alcohol" as they were watching Tombstone. That would explain their miserable reviews.

The acting by all the cast was excellent and Kurt Russell (as Wyatt Earp) and Val Kilmer (as Doc Holiday) was simply outstanding.

Tombstone has something for everybody. It offers fast, action packed shoot-outs, good versus evil, and a touch of romance (but not too much, this isn't a love story).

I loved this movie. I've seen it three times and I'm ready to see it again. If you love a good western then I recommend this movie for you.

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