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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.

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JT Mollner

Writers:

JT Mollner (original screenplay), JT Mollner
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Credited cast:
Chad Michael Murray ... Henry
Luke Wilson ... Josiah
Teri Polo ... Ada Tildon
Frances Fisher ... Esther
Francesca Eastwood ... Florence Tildon
Ben Browder ... George Tildon
Madisen Beaty ... Charlotte Tildon
Steven Michael Quezada ... Alonzo
Luce Rains ... Augustus
Reka Rene ... Birtha
Beatrice Hernandez ... Pearl
Chloe Catherine Kim ... Bessie
Cheyenne Phillips ... Cora
Marty Lindsey ... Samuel
Keith Loneker Keith Loneker ... Little Joe
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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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2.35 : 1
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Frances Fisher and Francesca Eastwood are mother and daughter, her father being Clint Eastwood. 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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Spaghetti Western Redux
17 June 2018 | by david-546See all my reviews

Criminales e Angelis! That might as well have been the name of this film that oddly pays homage to the classic Spaghetti Westerns. Unsavoury characters, ultra violence, twisty plot, offensive scenes it had it all. You couldn't like any of these people. Even the supposed lawmen were unsavoury. One almost expected everyone in the film to be dubbed except for a few main characters. Dubbing might have helped (or subtitles) as it seemed that almost everyone mumbled but you got the drift.

A band of outlaws (criminales) rob a bank in some dusty unnamed western town complete with hoods. Innocent people get killed (they are just bystanders after all). They escape but one of them is hit as they leave town. From there on its a rough ride as they wind up holing up with a christian family and everything becomes twisty, and ugly with gore and scenes enough to make you cringe. But the sets are great and the feel of being trapped in a place with a band of outlaws, a screaming christian mother and the very unsavoury minister of a father with their two daughters.

To give it even better feel of a being a spaghetti western there is the Clint Eastwood connection. Clint's former live-in Francis Fisher plays a somewhat hysteric christian woman while the daughter of Clint's and Francis's years together Francesca Eastwood is the the Angeli of the title. And what an Angeli she makes. Francis Fisher also played Ruth Dewitt Bukater, Rose's mother in Titanic and Strawberry Alice in Eastwood's Unforgiven.

As gore piles upon gore and cringing scenes pile on cringing scenes and the body count rises one is reminded that others can do what Tarantino and Peckinpah have done before. You can't like any these characters but you do admire the way the actors play them making it all seem too real. Just like the old spaghetti westerns.


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