Monte Walsh (2003)

TV Movie   |  TV-14   |    |  Romance, Western


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Wyoming, 1892: Monte's been cowboy for ranchers all his life but he's no longer young and big business is taking over the ranches.


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23 January 2006 | gazineo-1
7
| A special 'salute' to the Old Times!
'Monte Walsh' is not just a western or a cowboy movie. It's a movie about cowboys and that point make all the difference.

In fact, 'Monte Walsh' tells a story that is universal in it's own theme; a story concerning the end of a time, the novelties of the beginning of the 20º century and the progressive death of a code of honor and a way of life.

The movie is beautifully directed by Australian director Simon Wincer. Tom Selleck is perfect in the title role and the support cast is good too, especially Keith Carradine and William Devane.

The only problem with the movie lies in some scenes, like the suicide of the veteran of the Civil War (in my opinion, a bit overacted) and the last scene, that brings a irony that sounds strange and dislocated with the rest.

But after all, this movie is a really standout among the most recent western movies.

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