Wyatt Earp Analysis

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“Tombstone”, the Wonderful Western About Wyatt Earp “You’ve called down the thunder, well now you’ve got it,” shouted Wyatt Earp to the cowboys, in the movie about his life, Tombstone. As you can tell by Wyatt Earp’s famous quote, Tombstone is a violent, interesting, and crazy movie. Tombstone is a movie full of fighting, death, reckless cowboys, guns, and more, in the city of Tombstone. It is attention grabbing, and once you start watching it, you won’t ever want to stop. Although Tombstone is usually upbeat and full of fighting, it does have sad moments. Overall, this movie is about Wyatt Earp, his brothers, and Doc Holliday’s crazy experiences and adventures in Tombstone, Arizona. Wyatt Earp and his two brothers, Virgil and Morgan, along…show more content…
I learned so much about Wyatt Earp’s life, but it was also very entertaining. Some of my favorite things about this movie were the acting, the battle scenes, and the scenes where Doc and Wyatt were gambling. The acting in this movie, I feel, was really good. It seemed like the actors, were truly the characters, and not just people pretending to be them. Val Kilmer did an excellent job playing Doc Holliday, he did not break character and was very serious, just like Doc was. I felt like I lived in Tombstone, and knew the characters by the end of the movie. The showdown behind the O.K. Corral also seemed very realistic. The shooting all looked real, and it looked like the showdown was actually happening. I also really enjoyed the gambling scenes. They were very fun to watch, and full of exciting surprises. The movie was gory, and there was blood and violence. I believe there was a perfect balance of violence, though, because the true story did have a lot of fighting, but it was not too gory. As well as learning specific facts, I learned a few valuable lessons from watching this movie. One lesson I took out of the film is to never give up. Wyatt Earp wanted to stop the cowboys, and did not want them to hurt the town of Tombstone any more. He knew that the cowboys were tough, and very dangerous, but he was very determined to stop them. He fought many tough battles, and refused to give up. Wyatt Earp, his…show more content…
Tombstone is not only limited to history fans though, it is a very intriguing and fun to watch movie, and most people would enjoy it. I would not recommend this movie to people afraid of violence, because there is a lot of shooting and goriness throughout this film. Tombstone is rated R, so I would also not recommend this to younger people, because of the violence and language. Overall, I really enjoyed watching this film. I felt like I learned a lot about western life, and the violence that occurred. All of the scenes were very well done, and I did not get bored while watching. The movie seemed very realistic, especially in the battling scenes. All of the actors in Tombstone did a fascinating job and portrayed their character very well. I also believe the movie was well put together, and all of the different scenes flowed together great. Tombstone was very fun to watch, and I learned a lot while watching it. If I had to rate Tombstone, I would give it 8 stars out of 10. All of the scenes were entertaining, the acting was excellent, there was not an overload of violence, it was realistic, and it was put together very well. Although this movie did have a great deal of good points, it did have its poor ones. At a few points during the movie, I became confused. To be more specific, during the showdown scene, I was confused on who was a cowboy, and who was not. I also grew confused during the scene with

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