3:10 to Yuma User Reviews

Current Rating: 3.37

Current Rating: 3.37

based on 1267 votes and 57 reviews

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  • 5 stars Logan Lerman is adorible
  • I have never seen a movie so well done, everything from deep family values to the hardships that our ancestors had to endure to make us who we are today, to the friendships of 2 totally but also the very same men. The acting of Ben Foster was amazing, you really appreciate the fantastic directing,acting, and the hole production crew, when you see a actor take over the hole moment of the scene with just his or her facial expression, when everything is explained with just one look. That is real. The hardships of life that these people had to endure were incredible yet also very beautiful in a interesting way that they made possible. The movie shows that and more. The family values shines with
  • The original was way better it was good except for the ending the ending ruined to rest of the movie
  • This movie was amazing. Great acting by Bale and the young logan lerman was exceptional! I had to by the movie.
  • One of the best westerns i've seen in years
  • its was wicked cool
  • saw it in theatres, just bought it, life is good... ps, watch this movie
  • how copuld any body even think this is 3 stars! This movie was da BOMB! See it, 5 stars!
  • I didn't believe this movie. Watch it on DVD
  • Meh. Predictable, hollywoodistic plot. There are far better westerns out there, so don't spend your money on this drivel.

3:10 to Yuma

Genre:  Action/Adventure , Drama , Western | Running Time:  117 min.
Release date:  September 7, 2007 | On DVD/VOD:  January 8, 2008

Current rating: Rating: 3.37
based on 1267 votes and 57 reviews
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Cast: Russell Crowe, Christian Bale, Logan Lerman, Dallas Roberts, Ben Foster, Peter Fonda, Vinessa Shaw, Alan Tudyk, Luce Rains, Gretchen Mol, Kevin Durand