3:10 TO YUMA — THE CRITERION COLLECTION
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Elmore Leonard's terse novella is the basis for this elegant Western.
Van Heflin and Glenn Ford represent a unity of opposites in their respective roles as a family man cattle rancher, and a stagecoach-robbing outlaw, respectively.
Each man reveals his personal code of honor as Heflin's character attempts to get his handcuffed prisoner on the train of the film's title, on time.
The film's minimalism was a modern effort back in 1957.
Here's a Western you can lean into.
A double whisky up with a cold water back will do.
Not Rated. 92 mins.