The Ballad of Lefty Brown (2017) - Action, Drama, Western

Hohum Score

99

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A thrilling and action-packed Western, The Ballad of Lefty Brown is a story about loyalty, friendship, and the relentless pursuit of justice.

IMDB: 6.2
Director: Jared Moshe
Stars: Bill Pullman, Peter Fonda
Length: 111 Minutes
PG Rating: R
Reviews: 15 out of 62 found boring (24.19%)

One-line Reviews (29)

The only thing that made me think during watching this boring western was it seemed that white people were more tolerate to the black folks and they were allowed to sit together with the white folks and eating chows with them.

The story is slow, with almost no action, and when there is it's not even good.

To make matters worse this movie is a bit slow.

It's a beautiful, thoughtful & quiet story as Lefty travels on the lonely terrain in search of justice, he befriends a young boy & is later joined by his old buddy Tom Harrah, a fantasticly intense performance from Tommy Flanagan, also there's a slimy turn by,always cast as a slimy villain, Jim Caviezel who does another nasty turn here.

In The Ballad of Lefty Brown, Moshe creates a cinematic parallel universe, for Pullman and Lefty's story to be told, while David McFarland's rich, Kodak film cinematography, makes an ambient costar out of the stunning Montana landscape, in which the story is set.

See it if you are a die-hard fan of westerns, otherwise you may find it more than a bit tedious.

And it is a bit slow.

And this one is dull.

The inimitable Bill Pullman shows his astounding range, as art imitates life in Jared Moshe's thoroughly entertaining revisionist western, The Ballad of Lefty Brown.

Peter Fonda plays prominent rancher Edward Johnson who is of belief that things should change slow and deliberate.

Self-indulgent, slow, boring, pretentious.

Boring, boring, boring,zzzzzzz.....

Alas, "The Ballad of Lefty Brown" is an overlong, plodding and pointless test of patience trying way too hard to be something more grand than it delivers.

very slow movie .

On the negative side scenes are drawn out, most of the movie moves very slowly.

Good grief this was a slow movie and found myself having a hard time staying awake.

The pace was extremely slow and makes the viewers attention difficult to hold.

"Kind of slow-moving.

What a pain in the neck to watch this pretentious deadbeat going-nowhere Western.

The tête-à-têtes between actors seemed stereotypic western; seen thousands of times before to the letter - boring.

The fight scenes where done in the usual boring technique we are so used to see from Hollywood movies.

I really like Westerns and this was slow and very boring.

I highly recommend it.

There isn't a single memorable thing in this movie, and you'll likely never watch it a second time, but it's entertaining enough so you won't feel like you wasted your afternoon.

Boring .

Bordering on boring...

I thoroughly enjoyed it.

It was just slow.

Extremely worth watching...