From Noon Till Three (1976) - Comedy, Romance, Western

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After spending 3 unforgettable hours with an outlaw, a beautiful young widow turns her story into a worldwide famous book.

IMDB: 6.6
Director: Frank D. Gilroy
Stars: Charles Bronson, Jill Ireland
Length: 99 Minutes
PG Rating: PG
Reviews: 3 out of 41 found boring (7.31%)

One-line Reviews (16)

I highly recommend it.

Essentially, the first half is the blooming romance between Bronson and Ireland (not the country, he's Lithuanian), and one is cleverly lulled into believing that the movie will continue to go on in her house.

Sweet, Honest and Suspenseful Western Love Story .

Bronson - far from his usual he-man cliché roles - delivers a very nice, humorous performance; and so does Jill Ireland.

The plot goes awry soon thereafter and does a really deft job of remaining unpredictable to the end.

But now the plot turns again, as Amanda gives a rousing speech to the crowd in which she affirms that she loved Graham for the 3 hours they spent together and it redeemed her life.

I'm fairly certain that anyone used to checking out my own peculiar taste in films will find this the most amazing waste of time.

It's not believable at all and makes for a long viewing because of the tedious scenes.

You really want to reach into the film and guide the characters away from danger, that's how engaging their romance becomes.

Engaging, engrossing little film that ALMOST makes it...

FNT3 is a clever little, original western that lulls you into a false sense of security.

Just watch it, even if you are far from being a Bronson fan - this droll flick is enjoyable for everyone!

An unexpected treat and a little gem .

Enjoyable and sensitive musical scoreby the classy maestro Elmer Bernstein.

So doubling up, on their way there they come across a remote house owned by the stunning widow Amanda hoping to buy a horse.

I love this so unusual and unpredictable western where Chuck Bronson surprises at the most.