In a future where the polar ice-caps have melted and Earth is almost entirely submerged, a mutated mariner fights starvation and outlaw "smokers," and reluctantly helps a woman and a young girl try to find dry land.
In the beginning of the movie, the Earp boys are in a cornfield. It is tall and green, and planted in rows, clearly the work of a modern corn planter. Corn in the mid 1800s would have been spindly, and planted by hand in "hills" not rows. See more »
You're next on my list, Holliday. You better get used to seeing my face, 'cause it's the last thing you're gonna see.
McLaury, seeing your face would be a pleasant change. I understand most of your enemies got it in the back.
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In the USA, Wyatt Earp was also Released on LaserDisc and VHS Expanded Edition. Both had a Running Time of 212 Minutes (3Hrs 32 Minutes) See more »
Historically more accurate than Tombstone, except for the prominence given to Wyatt himself. Its main draw back is that it is too slow. While it is interesting to review the early life of Wyatt, it doesn't contribute one thing to the picture that the average movie goer would care to spend time and money on. The savior of this film is Dennis Quaid, who did a magnificent job as "Doc" Holliday. I will give the film credit, too, for having the guts to reduce Johnny Ringo to the insignificant character that he actually was in real life. It's too bad the writer didn't put his death and the death of Curly Bill Brocius into the right settings and contexts.
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