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Red Hill (2010)

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A young police officer must survive his first day's duty in a small country town.

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Shane Cooper
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Old Bill
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Jimmy Conway (as Tom E. Lewis)
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Slim
Kevin Harrington ...
Jim Barlow
Richard Sutherland ...
Manning
Ken Radley ...
Earl
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Rex
Cliff Ellen ...
Gleason
Jim Daly ...
Ted
Dom Phelan ...
Ken
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Willy
Tim Hughes ...
Micky Carlin
Ken Connley ...
Joseph Carlin
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A young police officer must survive his first day's duty in a small country town.

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Revenge just rode into town.

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Thriller | Western

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Rated R for strong bloody violence, and language | See all certifications »

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5 November 2010 (USA)  »

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Busca Sangrenta  »

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Box Office

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$8,650 (USA) (5 November 2010)

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$20,960 (USA) (14 January 2011)
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Australia has no Panthers. There is an urban legend stating that a panther escaped from a travelling circus, and fled into the woods. There have been several sightings and even a footprint found, but no concrete evidence of a panther has ever been found. See more »

Goofs

Old Bill was holding his jacket in his arm when he exited the Town Hall building (with Cooper chasing him behind). In the next shot outside the building, Old Bill was already wearing the jacket which is neatly tucked. See more »

Quotes

[first lines]
Shane Cooper: Alice? Have you seen my gun?
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Referenced in Midnight Movie Review: Red Hill (2011) See more »

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What a Friend we Have in Jesus
Music by Charles Crozat Converse and lyrics by Joseph M. Scriven
Performed by Charlie Parr
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No Country For old men Aussie style. An absolute Australian gem!
14 January 2011 | by (yourhdd') – See all my reviews

I have to say when I downloaded this flick I totally wasn't expecting to be blown away like I was. It doesn't matter that the movie uses a familiar premise because they do it with unbelievable style. A young City sheriff and his wife are expecting a baby. The youngster decides to leave the City for a more relaxed cushy job in the Australian countryside. All is well and the small town appears to be a peaceful place until a local murderer with a nasty revenge streak blasts his way out of prison. Old scars are reopened with a vengeance in this Western Chiller. I won't go any further, but I just loved the badass Conway in this. Bearing a small resemblance to Charles Bronson he never says a word and still is one of the is the scariest people you will ever encounter in film.

If you liked No country for old me, I would highly recommend this movie. Actually I recommend it anyway. Check it out. Its a doosie:)


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