Shane (1953) 1080p

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Genres:
Drama | Western
Resolution:
1488*1072
Size:
2.18G
Quality:
1080p
Frame Rate:
23.976 fps
Language:
English 5.1  
Run Time:
118 min
IMDB Rating:
7.6 / 10 
MPR:
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Downloaded:
606
Seeds:
12
Peers:
0
Directors: George Stevens [Director] ,


Movie Description:
Shane rides into a conflict between cattleman Ryker and a bunch of settlers, like Joe Starrett and his family, whose land Ryker wants. When Shane beats up Ryker's man Chris, Ryker tries to buy him. Then Shane and Joe take on the whole Ryker crew. Ryker sends to Cheyenne for truly evil gunslinger Wilson. Shane must clear out all the guns from the valley.

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Reviews

Shane is a Masterpiece of the western genre

This movie starts off pretending to be Old Yeller and moves slowly and ominously into death and carnage mode. Great performances by Alan Ladd and Van Heflin with a disturbingly wicked portrayal of an assassin by Jack Palance turn this from a standard cowboy flick into a masterpiece. The trope of the stranger come to help the beleaguered family is worked to its best effect. A classic western not to be missed.

Top Ten of All Time.

"Shane" might be a perfect movie. It's an example of expert storytelling. The acting, set design, locations, music and sound are all top-notch. Which member of the cast gives the best performance? Take your pick. They're all on the top of their game. I've seen "Shane" dozens of times. It never feels old. It never loses its impact. There's not a dry eye in the house when this movie is over. Director George Stevens and company created a masterpiece.

A Fine Western from Days Gone By

This film begins with a retired gunslinger by the name of "Shane" (Alan Ladd) riding up to a small house somewhere in Wyoming to get some water. Although the owner of the ranch house "Joe Starrett" (Van Heflin) initially has no problem with this, his hospitality changes when some other cowboys are seen in the horizon riding toward him causing him to suspect that Shane is part of this group of men who have been harassing him and other settlers in the area. However, it's during the subsequent altercation with these men that Joe realizes that he has judged Shane wrongly and hires him to help out as a ranch hand. But what neither Shane nor Joe fully comprehend is just how badly a cattle baron by the name of "Rufus Ryker" (Emile Meyer) wants every last settler out of the area. Now rather than reveal any more I will just say that this is one of the best Western films made during this particular time period due in large part to the new wide screen technique which captured the beautiful Wyoming scenery along with a couple of graphic scenes of violence enhanced by certain innovations which were introduced to audiences worldwide. Naturally, the special effects are much more advanced now but even so this film was not only enjoyable but clearly ahead of its time as well and for those reasons I have rated it accordingly. Definitely above average.
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