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TMDB - 7.10/10
127 Min - Western - 1985-07-10
Directors:
Lawrence Kasdan,
Writing:
Lawrence Kasdan, Mark Kasdan,
Stars:
Kevin Kline, Scott Glenn, Kevin Costner, Danny Glover, John Cleese, Marvin J. McIntyre, Brad Williams,
Country:
US
Language:
English
Synopsis
A misfit bunch of friends come together to right the injustices that exist in a small town.
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Details
127 Min Western 1985-07-10
Directors:
Lawrence Kasdan,
Writing:
Lawrence Kasdan, Mark Kasdan,
Stars:
Kevin Kline, Scott Glenn, Kevin Costner, Danny Glover, John Cleese, Marvin J. McIntyre, Brad Williams,
Country:
US
Language:
English
Synopsis:
A misfit bunch of friends come together to right the injustices that exist in a small town.
Full Cast
Picture of Kevin Kline
Kevin Kline
Paden
Picture of Scott Glenn
Scott Glenn
Emmett
Picture of Kevin Costner
Kevin Costner
Jake
Picture of Danny Glover
Danny Glover
Malachi 'Mal' Johnson
Picture of John Cleese
John Cleese
Sheriff John T. Langston
Picture of Marvin J. McIntyre
Marvin J. McIntyre
Clerk
Picture of Brad Williams
Brad Williams
Trooper
Picture of Sheb Wooley
Sheb Wooley
Cavalry Sergeant
Picture of Jon Kasdan
Jon Kasdan
Boy at Outpost
Picture of Todd Allen
Todd Allen
Deputy Kern
Picture of Kenny Call
Kenny Call
Deputy Block
Picture of Bill Thurman
Bill Thurman
Carter
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80
By Variety
Rather than relying on legendary heroes of Westerns past, writer-director Lawrence Kasdan with his brother Mark have used their special talent to create a slew of human scale characters against a dramatic backdrop borrowing from all the conventions of the genre.
60
By Dave Kehr - Chicago Reader
This 1985 western does a decent job of developing some dry 80s humor without completely undermining the genre, yet Kasdan's considerable skills as a plot carpenter seem to desert him as soon as the story moves to the town of the title--the action turns choppy, confused, and arbitrary.
63
By David Sterritt - Christian Science Monitor
It's best when the carefully chosen cast throws itself into developing characters and building their relationships. When pure storytelling takes over after an hour or so, the picture becomes less original and engaging.
63
By Gene Siskel - Chicago Tribune
Silverado is a completely successful physical attempt at reviving the western, but its script would need a complete rewrite for it to become more than just a small step in a full-scale western revival. [10 Jul 1985, p.5]
80
By Janet Maslin - The New York Times
Silverado is sufficiently modern to make its landscapes bigger, its people smaller and its moral polarities less powerfully distinct than those of simpler, more starkly beautiful westerns gone by.
63
By Jay Carr - Boston Globe
Silverado plays like a big-budget regurgitation of old Westerns. Whatkeeps it going is the generosity that flows between Kasdan and his actors. It's got benevolent energies, but not the more primal kind needed to renew the standard Western images and archetypes. [10 Jul 1985, p.26]
38
By Jay Scott - The Globe and Mail (Toronto)
The manipulative Star Wars-style score is the only novelty on tap in Silverado, which has a plot too drearily complicated and arid to summarize and an attitude almost unbearable in its dryly smirky assurance that it knows what you want from a Western, which is to say, action that never quits, emotion that's never felt, characters that are never real and situations that are never sensible. [10 Jul 1985, p.S7]
70
By Julie Salamon - Wall Street Journal
Silverado looks great and moves fast. Mr. Kasdan has packed his action well against the fearsomely long, dusty stretches of Western plain. [11 Jul 1985, p.1]
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