A western centered on a woman trying to bring her outlaw lover home for his burial.

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Tiller Russell
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Dwight Yoakam ... Reverend Early Pride
Lizzy Caplan ... Juliette Flowers
Jon Foster ... Champ Pride
Cote de Pablo ... Bruja
Jason Priestley ... John
W. Earl Brown ... Matthew
Peter Dinklage ... Dwarf
Scott Speedman ... Ransom Pride
Kris Kristofferson ... Shepherd Graves
Blu Mankuma ... Sergeant
Joe Bird Joe Bird ... El Apache
Alfonso Quijada Alfonso Quijada ... Cerce
Rene Quijada Rene Quijada ... Solomon
Maddie Duke Maddie Duke ... Young Juliette (as Madalen Duke)
Philana B. Morin Philana B. Morin ... Peasant Girl
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A western centered on a woman trying to bring her outlaw lover home for his burial.

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The west was never this wild.


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Rated R for violence, sexual content, language and some drug use | See all certifications »

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Juliette Flowers: The last thing Ransom Pride said to me was, "I was always a lover, despite the killings."
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Black Wings
Written and Performed by Ray Wylie Hubbard
Published by Snake Farm Publishing
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Miserably bad.
27 October 2010 | by lewiskendellSee all my reviews

"The body of Ransom Pride belongs to me."

It didn't take me very long to realize that I wasn't going to enjoy The Last Rites of Ransom Pride. Ten minutes, at most. The whole vibe of the movie just turns me off. I like Lizzy Caplan, but putting one appealing actress in the middle of a disaster doesn't do much good. I disliked the way it was filmed, the dialogue, and the absurd, meandering, nonsensical narrative that served as the story.

Basically, Ransom Pride (the man) is a recently dead acquaintance of Juliette Flower (Caplan), and she made a promise to retrieve his body and bury it near his mother. In order to get his body, she has to deliver Ransom's still living younger brother to some seedy folks. Lots of people hate her, lots of people want her dead, and lots of people try to stop her. That's the story. There are lots of unlikeable characters that were utterly ridiculous in their seriousness, the frequent action scenes are terrible, and the entire movie makes little sense. Sounds like a real winner, right?

It's rare for me to truly hate a movie, but The Last Rites of Ransom Pride reached that dubious achievement. This is probably in the bottom two or three movies that I've seen this entire year. The only good news is that I (hopefully) don't have to ever watch it again.


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Country:

Canada

Language:

English

Release Date:

10 June 2020 (Poland) See more »

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Calgary, Alberta, Canada See more »

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$8,000,000 (estimated)
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1.78 : 1
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