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Outlaws and Angels (2016)

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When outlaws on the lam invade the home of an unsuspecting, seemingly innocent, frontier family to hide out for the night, an unexpected game of cat and mouse ensues, leading to seduction, role reversal, and ultimately, bloody revenge.

Director:

JT Mollner

Writers:

JT Mollner (original screenplay), JT Mollner
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Credited cast:
Chad Michael Murray ... Henry
Teri Polo ... Ada Tildon
Francesca Eastwood ... Florence Tildon
Frances Fisher ... Esther
Luke Wilson ... Josiah
Madisen Beaty ... Charlotte Tildon
Ben Browder ... George Tildon
Steven Michael Quezada ... Alonzo
Reka Rene ... Birtha
Luce Rains ... Augustus
Chloe Catherine Kim ... Bessie
Beatrice Hernandez ... Pearl
Cheyenne Phillips ... Cora
Keith Loneker Keith Loneker ... Little Joe
Aleksander Vayshelboym Aleksander Vayshelboym ... Madison (as Alex Vayshelboym)
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After a bloody bank robbery in New Mexico, Henry's gang heads to the borders for a safe split of the loot, while a competent bounty hunter, Josiah, is after them. Soon, the bandits will find the perfect hideout to spend the night, unfortunately, however, there lives the family of pastor George Tildon, a religious man who lives by the word of God. Inevitably, this is going to be one very long night, and as the tension keeps boiling over, no secret will remain hidden under the light of the morning sun. Written by Nick Riganas

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Sooner or later, we all get what's comin'...


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

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

25 January 2016 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Angyalok és banditák See more »

Filming Locations:

Santa Fe, New Mexico, USA See more »

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Color

Aspect Ratio:

2.35 : 1
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Trivia

The Tildon family were having Cackleberries for dinner in the movie. Cackleberries are not a fruit, but a factitious way of saying chicken eggs. See more »

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There is a scene at the end of the closing credits: Little Joe (Keith Loneker) sings "I've been working on the railroad" See more »

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Erik Satie
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Performed by Vagif Kasumov
Courtesy of No Mystery Studio
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Fantastic homage to classic westerns
31 July 2016 | by singleyemSee all my reviews

I absolutely loved this movie. Initially I wasn't so sure about it because the way it's filmed at first glance makes it look low budget but as it progresses it's apparent that they were attempting to make it look older like a classic western. The movie is funny, thrilling, shocking, gritty, and gory, all things I love. The script and acting were brilliant. I loved most all of the characters even the ones you are supposed to hate just because they were so well portrayed. The scenery is really beautiful as well. This movie reminds me of the old westerns I used to watch with my dad but at the same time feels up to date with the advances in acting, plot, and originality.

I saw someone else comparing this to The Hateful Eight. I have to completely disagree with them. This is so much better than that movie. The Hateful Eight was highly disappointing: too long and drawn out, mostly boring, and not really funny. This movie is not in any way boring, it is clever, funny, and entertainingly shocking.

The two issues I did have with this movie are:

1. Luke Wilson--he sucks as an actor and I was annoyed when they switched to the scenes with him. Luckily he isn't a major player in the picture. 2. While the turn of events at the end did have some entertainment value, part of me feels it would have better had they ended it just before the last bit. It just seemed like maybe they were trying a bit too hard. Plus taking that part out seems to fit more with the traditional ending to a western. But still it's good as is.

8 out of 10. Would have easily given it a 9 without Luke Wilson.


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