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Ratings & Reviews

  1. Dan Kenneth Gigernes's rating of the film Cheyenne Autumn

    John Ford tries to repair some of his one-note portrayals of Native Americans in his last production giving them a sympathetic role this time, but the film is long like a funeral march as if it was meant to drag for his final western. The anti-climatic ending also don't help. A humorous intermission segment is so good it is worth a look on it's own.

  2. Des Horne's rating of the film Cheyenne Autumn

    That Dodge City segment...Ford reaches the carnivalesque.

  3. mubianer's rating of the film Cheyenne Autumn

    70mm. Ford is certainly no Mann or Boetticher, but this 70mm print was stunning. Ford is a little too obvious in condemning his previous racism.

  4. FISCHER's rating of the film Cheyenne Autumn

    Malgré une durée un peu excessive, cette oeuvre souvent intense et magnifique, prouve que John Ford, pour son ultime western, est resté lui-même... www.cinefiches.com

  5. Ethan's rating of the film Cheyenne Autumn

    As far as John Ford goes this is pretty boring and convoluted with a few good moments but not enough to make it a good film.

  6. Duncan Gray's rating of the film Cheyenne Autumn

    A very mass-cult apology for very mass-cult sins, so a cynic can easily cry "too little, too late"—Ricardo Montalbon doesn't do shit to correct a century of cowboys-vs.-indians fantasies, particularly not when Ford is so easily distracted by more Wyatt Earp. Yet there is something appealingly serene in his optimistic, quasi-historical image of America. What was that Wilco line? "My lies are always wishes"?

  7. Samuel Andrade's rating of the film Cheyenne Autumn

    three words: Super Panavision 70.

  8. José Neves's rating of the film Cheyenne Autumn

    cinematography by William H. Clothier.

  9. Altero's rating of the film Cheyenne Autumn

    “Remember Mr Scott, the trick to being brave, is not to be too brave”

  10. Lights in the Dusk's rating of the film Cheyenne Autumn

    "Even a dog can go where he likes, but not the Cheyenne."

  11. João Eça's rating of the film Cheyenne Autumn

    an epic revisionist western by john ford with some thrilling moments as well as some not so good ones. overall, it is actually quite interesting, although "The Searchers" is far much better. the color of the film is really amazing, though.