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Ratings & Reviews

  1. FISCHER's rating of the film 3 Bad Men

    Tournée dans le célèbre désert mojave, une oeuvre muette essentielle de la vaste filmographie de John Ford, déjà d'un intérêt puissant et constant...

  2. Nachtreich's rating of the film 3 Bad Men

    Santschi è un diamante nella polvere.

  3. El Biffo's rating of the film 3 Bad Men

    John Ford's last Silent Western. Magnificent.

  4. Daniel Metcalf's rating of the film 3 Bad Men

    My first silent Ford film, what a pleasure. Grows on you and turns out to be something more beautiful than you could imagine. Great human story and touching relationships, great music too, a really heartwarming and exciting film with a fantastic ending too.

  5. Mario Zaragoza's rating of the film 3 Bad Men

    Perhaps the most underrated of the Ford's western films

  6. T. J. Mesen's rating of the film 3 Bad Men

    There's this rumour that says Ford can do no wrong. Seems like more than just a rumour to me...

  7. Amadeus Magnus's rating of the film 3 Bad Men

    I expected another 3 Godfathers story after they found the girl but film mostly focuses on the gold rush in the middle section. final still contains similarity.

  8. 張大智's rating of the film 3 Bad Men

    Universal and transcendental poetry of the landscape, and of the people that lived while the dream was being built upon. Raw and unpolished; an economy of deliciously light story telling in the immense space of a brand new and exciting land. The west feels operatic and the atmosphere carries that same sweet brand of patriotism found in Walt Whitman in this great early work by Ford. A great hidden treasure.

  9. Francisco R.'s rating of the film 3 Bad Men

    A film that has mantained itself exquisitely over its 86 years of existence, it is without a doubt one of the very best silent westerns made by Ford, a deeply humane, affecting tale about the many apparent and unapparent faces of evil lurking around the coveted lands of Dakota in the late XIX century. This is a must see.