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Seraphim Falls 2006 123movies

Seraphim Falls 2006 123movies

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#123movies #fmovies #putlocker #gomovies #solarmovie #soap2day Watch Full Movie Online Free – In the 1860s, five men have been tracking a sixth across Nevada for more than two weeks. They shoot and wound him, but he gets away. They pursue, led by the dour Carver, who will pay them each $1 a day once he’s captured. The hunted is Gideon, resourceful, skilled with a knife. Gideon’s flight and Carver’s hunt require horses, water, and bullets. The course takes them past lone settlers, a wagon train, a rail crew, settlements, and an Indian philosopher. What is the reason for the hunt; what connects Gideon and Carver? What happened at Seraphim Falls?
Plot: The Civil War has ended, but Colonel Morsman Carver is on one final mission – to kill Gideon, no matter what it takes. Launched by a gunshot and propelled by rage, the relentless pursuit takes the two men through frigid snow-capped mountains and arid deserts, far from the comforts and codes of civilisation, into the bloodiest recesses of their own souls.
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Grim, relentless pursuit Western turns mystical in the last act

A vengeful former Confederate colonel (Liam Neeson) leads a small group of hirelings in an unyielding hunt for the former Union officer who horribly wronged him three years earlier (Pierce Brosnan). The only problem is that the latter is an expert fighter and survivalist.

This is a well done revenge Western with spectacular and varied remote Western locations (detailed below). If you thought Brosnan was a pretty boy as James Bond this movie will change your mind as he’s virtually unrecognizable as the skilled Rambo-like militarist. The tone is similar to contemporaneous Westerns like “The Missing” (2003) and “September Dawn” (2007), but with a revenge-chase plot. The final act throws in supernatural elements with characters like Mr. Charon (Wes Studi) and Louise C. Fair (Angelica Huston). You don’t have to think too hard to figure out who they really are.

The movie runs 1 hour, 55 minutes and was shot in Oregon (McKenzie River, Sahalie Falls and Koosah Falls), New Mexico (Lordsburg, Taos, Bramlett and Santa Fe), Arizona (Willcox Playa, Pirtleville, San Bernardino Valley and Chiricahua National Monument) and Death Valley National Park, California.


Review By: Wuchak Rating: 7 Date: 2018-09-30
Go as you wish. That which is yours will always return to you. That which you take will always be taken from you.

Seraphim Falls is directed by David Von Ancken who also co-writes with Abby Everett Jaques. It stars Liam Neeson, Pierce Brosnan, Michael Wincott, Xander Berkeley, Tom Noonan, Kevin J. O’Connor, John Robinson, Ed Lauter, Wes Studi and Anjelica Huston. Music is by Harry Gregson-Williams and cinematography by John Toll.

It’s post American Civil War, 1868, the Rocky Mountains, and Gideon (Brosnan) is being hunted by Colonel Morsman Carver (Neeson) and his hired killers. The reason why is not yet known, but it’s the beginning of a relentless pursuit that’s propelled by rage and hatred, a pursuit that will force both men to the day of reckoning.

The premise is as simple as it gets and on the surface the film holds no surprises until the divisive ending. However, before taking in the thematics of the story, it’s refreshing to find a film of this genre type utilising the scenery to the max, whilst simultaneously playing out with sparse dialogue as two grizzled actors tell the story. An obvious forebear to “The Outlaw Josey Wales”, Seraphim Falls is ultimately a meditation on revenge and remorse. Moments of violence flit in and out of proceedings, these moments cloaked magnificently by natural surroundings, where the expansive wilderness plays host to the intimate human drama unfolding. It’s also a film that pulses with mythical atmosphere, where Carver’s pursuit of Gideon plays out like that of the Grim Reaper and his charges sent to capture the soul of the fleeing man. The falls of the title clearly indicates man’s decent into hell, because it’s not for nothing that the finale is played out on a blistering plain, which as you cast your eyes upon it, it is indeed hellish.

It’s also worth noting that we the viewers are never sure who we should be rooting for – if either of them!? Gideon is out on his own, but he is an immensely skilled mountain man, one who is seemingly out skilling his pursuers. Is he the bad guy here? Or is it Neeson’s Carver? One is ex Union, the other Confederate, this gives added spice to what then develops into a most intriguing journey. Where the film has irked some critics is with the ending, with some calling it pretentious and a very weak pay off. It’s true enough to say that Ancken has slackened the grip slightly, as the tight gritty tone gives way to something more open and even airy. Yet I personally like it a lot, it helps to round out the supernatural feel that appears to loom as we have headed towards the day of reckoning. It lacks dramatic impact for sure, but thematically and for tonal bedfellow process, it pays off on what had gone before it.

Brosnan (stepping in when Richard Gere bailed out) and Neeson revel in the roles, seemingly enjoying the complexities and war torn burdens that their characters carry. Their scenes together are as professional as one could wish, both men comfortably doing world weary characterisations. Wincott is on hand for gravel voiced villain duties, his portrayal of Hayes is cold and in keeping with the movie. The other notable names in the cast drop in and out of the narrative, each important, and in the case of Huston and Studi, suitably weird. But the real star of the show is John Toll (Braveheart/Legends of the Fall), whose photography is pristine and always remaining atmospheric, he captures the natural beauty of Oregon and New Mexico with great keen eyed skill. Switiching seamlessly from the blue, grey and whites of the mountain pursuit to the browns and yellows of the salt flats, we witness a master cinematographer at work.

Likely to infuriate as much as it enthrals, one just hopes that it’s the latter that anyone reading this does indeed find to be the case. 8/10

Review By: John Chard Rating: 8 Date: 2019-08-21
Too slow for some but for others this is a fantastic film with a superb ending
It is easy to dislike a film that slows down during the middle to the point where very little is happening and for that reason, many people may not enjoy this film. Thankfully the performances kept my attention on the screen. The two leads are fantastic with Liam Neeson as the predator and Pierce Brosnan as the hunted. Brosnan particularly stands out giving a performance much different to what he has done before this. Right from the beginning you believe that he is trying to survive in the snowy Ruby Mountains whilst he is being hunted. Were it not for the two leads, this film would have been uninteresting to watch.

This is not an action western like 3:10 to Yuma, which is one of my favourite films I might add but is instead a drama that focuses on how far men will go to get what they want or what they will do to survive. Thats not to say that it is devoid of any excitement as the film starts off with Brosnan being chased through the woods and into the rapids. Without spoiling too much the ending is also gripping and concludes the film nicely.

The soundtrack for the film is great and works well with what is happening on-screen. While it may not be as rememberable as The Assassination of Jesse James, it nice to listen to as you look at the films fantastic cinematography. When they are in the cold mountains, you feel cold and that there is little chance of survival for the characters. When they are in the desert, you will feel their thirst for water.

If you watch the film expecting it to be slow and uninteresting, you will be surprised. Watch this film with an open mind and you will see that this is a very well made film boasting fantastic performances from the two leading actors.

Review By: lekgolah Rating: 8 Date: 2010-06-15
Seraphim Falls
I recognised the title of this film whenever it was on TV, mainly because of the two leading actors, and I had it recorded on VHS for a long time, I kept missing it over and over again, but thank goodness I finally got the chance to watch it. Basically, set in 1868, within the Ruby Mountains, a veteran Union soldier named Gideon (Pierce Brosnan) is surviving and on the run in the mountains. Suddenly, gunshots are fired, and he is hit in the arm. He grabs what he can and races down the mountain. He is being pursued by the vengeful former Confederate officer Morsman Carver (Liam Neeson), accompanied by his men, Pope (Robert Baker), Hayes (Michael Wincott), Parsons (Ed Lauter) and the Kid (John Robinson). After removing the bullet from his arm with his hunting knife and cauterises the wound, Gideon leaves an open fire burning, which attracts the posse. He ends up killing Pope, dropping his knife to puncture his head, and then ventures out again into the wilderness. He attempts to steal a horse, but he is caught by a young woman named Charlotte (Shannon Zeller) who helps him when she sees he is injured. She redresses his wound and her family lets him sleep overnight in their farmhouse. He later offers to buy their horse and leaves before daybreak. Carver’s group approach Gideon’s trail, but the Kid is impaled in a bear trap laid by Gideon, Carver shoot the Kid is as an act of mercy. Later, Parsons decides to leave the other men to hand in a dead bank robber, who Gideon killed earlier in self-defence, and whose bounty reward is bigger than Gideon’s. As Parsons prepares to leave with the bank robber’s body to take to Carson City for the reward money, Carver shoots the horse, forcing Parsons to walk back to town. Emerging from the snowy mountains, Gideon finds himself on the plains, and a brief encounter with Madame Louise (Anjelica Huston), a vanishing con artist. He comes across a railroad under construction and is about to leave with his horse and some stolen food. But the stolen horse is recognised by the foreman (Xander Berkeley) and Gideon is detained. Carver and his remaining man, Hayes, come upon the railroad site and search for Gideon. Meanwhile, Gideon escapes from custody and rides away on another horse. As Carver and Hayes draw closer, Gideon’s horse can no longer take the strain of the heat and collapses. Gideon is forced to euthanise the horse with his knife. When Carver and Hayes finally reach the horse’s carcass, Hayes dismounts and has a closer look. Suddenly, Gideon, who was hiding in the corpse, leaps out and grabs Hayes threatening to kill him if Carver doesn’t drop his gun. Carver instead shoots Hayes with his last bullet. Confronting each other, Carver and Gideon recall the events that led to their rivalry. After the end of the American Civil War, Gideon was ordered to track down former Confederate officers. When he arrived at Carver’s home in Seraphim Falls to interrogate him, he was not there. To force Carver’s wife into revealing his whereabout, and believing the house to be empty, Gideon ordered their barn to be set on fire. The fire spread to the house, as Carver returned home. While the soldiers restrained him, his wife and son ran inside the house to save their infant child who was still inside. Both men look on with horror as Carver’s wife and children perished, trapped by the flames. Gideon, racked with guilt over this tragedy, dropped his gun belt and walked away from his men. The two men fight, Gideon eventually getting the better of Carver. Gideon tells Carver that he will get nothing but torment if he continues his pursuit. Gideon takes the two horses and sets off deeper into the countryside. When Carver later catches up with Gideon, both men are on the brink of exhaustion. They confront each other again with their pistols. Gideon shoots Carver in the side but, instead of finishing him off, he offers himself to Carver. Carver decides not to shoot him and throws his pistol away. Gideon helps Carver up and the two men walk into the distance away from one another. Finally, Gideon is seen throwing his knife, which he has used throughout the film, into the ground. Also starring Tom Noonan as Minister Abraham, The Mummy’s Kevin J. O’Connor as Henry, Angie Harmon as Rose, Wes Studi as Charon, Jimmi Simpson as Big Brother, James Jordan as Little Brother, and Nate Mooney as Cousin Bill. Brosnan does well as the soldier being chased across the west, and Neeson is suitably sinister as the bounty hunter. The first half, in the wilderness with the characters battling against the elements is great, it is after the (pointless) appearance of Huston that the second half goes in a different direction than would have been expected. The reveal of the why the men hate each other is fair enough, and there are some memorable moments of violence and a good feeling of moodiness throughout, overall, it is an interesting enough western thriller. Worth watching!
Review By: jboothmillard Rating: 5 Date: 2020-07-13

Other Information:

Original Title Seraphim Falls
Release Date 2006-09-13
Release Year 2006

Original Language en
Runtime 1 hr 55 min (115 min)
Budget 18000000
Revenue 1220058
Status Released
Rated R
Genre Action, Drama, Thriller
Director David Von Ancken
Writer David Von Ancken, Abby Everett Jaques
Actors Pierce Brosnan, Liam Neeson, Anjelica Huston
Country United States
Awards 1 win & 1 nomination
Production Company N/A
Website N/A

Technical Information:

Sound Mix Dolby Digital
Aspect Ratio 2.35 : 1
Camera Panavision Panaflex Millennium, Panavision Primo, C- and E-Series Lenses
Laboratory DeLuxe, Hollywood (CA), USA
Film Length N/A
Negative Format 35 mm (Kodak)
Cinematographic Process Digital Intermediate (2K) (master format), Panavision (anamorphic) (source format)
Printed Film Format 35 mm

Seraphim Falls 2006 123movies
Seraphim Falls 2006 123movies
Seraphim Falls 2006 123movies
Seraphim Falls 2006 123movies
Original title Seraphim Falls
TMDb Rating 6.4 413 votes

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