The Missouri Breaks

1976

Action / Drama / Western

64
Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Certified Fresh 79%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Spilled 60%
IMDb Rating 6.6 10 7950

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Marlon Brando as Lee Clayton
Jack Nicholson as Tom Logan
Randy Quaid as Little Tod
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872.31 MB
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English
NR
23.976 fps
2hr 6 min
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NR
23.976 fps
2hr 6 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by deickos 10 / 10

Best western ever

Mr. Arthur Penn has directed some of the best films ever made - his instinct of a great story is unmistaken. His love for the best literature is again proved here. Thomas McGuane wrote a wild west Hamlet version that maintains the original theme plus lots of humor. But the original story is cruel and so this post 60s western should be eventually.

Reviewed by Hitchcoc 7 / 10

I Went to See Brando in a Dress

I know that the television commercials were the prime reason I went to this movie. In the 1970's I had a job in a shopping mall which bordered a cineplex. So I went to all kinds of movies because I had time to kill before going to work in the late afternoon. I went to see films I'd never go to today. This is one that would be so out of character for me. I only remember that it is about as harsh as any film I've ever seen. It's about action and revenge and reaction and revenge. Brando is the baddest badass of all badasses. His employer is one of those subdued psychotics. The main character is played by Jack Nicholson who watches as his friends and associates are murdered one by one. Also, when he hooks up with a young woman (who is the daughter of the man who set all this killing in motion) and brings on the wrath of the psycho. It has such a violent conclusion. You like revenge flicks, this is your baby.

Reviewed by ScratchAce 3 / 10

Another Brando flop.

If not for the performances of Nicholson, Quaid and Lloyd, this western would be completely forgettable. A very slow-paced (at least initially) picture that doesn't warrant more than one viewing. Its hard to believe in Brando's character based on his performance. You could remove his character from the movie and it wouldn't detract from the story.

The cinematography is realistic and appropriate for this time period. The chemistry between Lloyd and Nicholson is intriguing and it would be interesting to see them act together in a different movie.

Some decent laughs (the train robbery with Nicholson), but the plot is flawed and not that interesting.

This movie doesn't crack my top 100 of westerns.

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