The Last Outlaw

1994

Western /

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IMDb Rating 6.4

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Reviewed by TOMASBBloodhound 8/10

I recall this film since way back to its debut on HBO where it wasproduced for the small screen. The Last Outlaw might have seemed like athrow-away effort back in those days as many of us were stillmesmerized by the character-driven epic Unforgiven. With The LastOutlaw, the emphasis is clearly on action and suspense. Nobody isattempting to re-define the genre with this picture. The film waswritten by Eric Red, and directed by Geoff Murphy. The films these menare associated with often rely on action and violence to get theirmessage through. This film is no different.<br><br>The film begins with an obvious homage to the opening moments of TheWild Bunch. A posse of desperadoes, this one led by Mickey Rourke,rides brazenly into a small town with the intent of robbing a bank. Andjust like in The Wild Bunch, there is a group of men ready and waitingfor them. A violent shootout complete with explosions ensues, and thegang is forced to ride out of town in a hurry. They are shot up andbleeding, but at least they got the money! Once the gang is safely outof town, they stop and regroup. Tensions between leader Rourke and hislieutenant Dermot Mulroney quickly boil over about leaving a woundedman behind. Rourke is shot and left for dead. But he sure as heck isn&#39;tdead. The rest of the film details the remaining gang members&#39; attemptto flee to Mexico with a posse from the town hot on their trail. AndRourke, through some interesting complications, finds himselfreincarnated as THE POSSE&#39;S leader! Nothing will stop him from huntinghis old gang down and killing them off one by one! Dozens of gunshotvictims from both sides are soon strewn across the New Mexicocountryside.<br><br>The film has a lot going for it. The cast is uncommonly talented forsuch a film simply made for cable. Rourke is as good as ever. Mulroneyhas never impressed me as an actor, but he sure looks like real acowboy.Great support from Ted Levine, John C. McGinley, and SteveBuscemi, among others. Even the guy who plays Fraker in Death Wish 3has a part as a cocky town marshal. The scenery of the countrysidesurrounding Sante Fe is quite breathtaking, and the DVD transfer makesit look even better than it did on cable. Most of the cowboys in thisfilm are said to be former Confederate soldiers. Many still wear itemsfrom their old CSA uniforms. And there is talk of how Union soldiersraped and murdered Rourke&#39;s wife and daughters while he was offfighting. This is perhaps what made him such a hardened killer. Thisangle is likely inspired from Eastwood&#39;s Josey Wales character, thoughit is common knowledge that many of the Confederacy&#39;s more violenttypes headed west after the war since there was nothing left for themback home.<br><br>The film has some flaws, as it is not a true classic of the genre. Someof the action is truncated, and gunfights are often used simply to trimdown the number of active characters so we the audience can hopefullykeep up with them all. It looks like many of the horses on this setwere perhaps treated pretty rough. Many stunts involve horses fallingto the ground or having to climb treacherous hillsides. I just hopenone were killed like they were on the set of Heaven&#39;s Gate. Also,Keith David&#39;s character was a bit out of place. Not because he&#39;s ablack man with a bunch of former rebels, but because they have himtrying to use voodoo bones to predict who will die next. Kind of dumb,unless they would have developed it more. The film&#39;s brief running timejust probably didn&#39;t make deep characterization possible for everyone.And it must be said that there are some VERY graphic killings for awestern. People don&#39;t just simply get shot and we see them fall offtheir horse from thirty feet away. Some guys get turned into goo!!Overall this is a fun, and diverting western. Probably a bit betterthan it deserves to be. 8 of 10 stars.<br><br>The Hound.

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Reviewed by Rob

The Last Outlaw<br><br>I don't think they could have got a better cast if they tried, you just haveto look at the stars in this film to show that, Mickey Rourke, SteveBuscemi, Ted Levine, Keith David, John C. McKinley and the wasted DermotMulrony who a lot of western fans will remember him for one of his earlyroles as Dirty Steve in Young Guns. I saw this when it came out on videoin the mid nineties and films that went straight to video back in thenineties were great like Surviving the Game, Harley Davidson and theMarlboro Man etc and the Last outlaw was the same. The beginning of thefilm is a blatantly obvious homage to the beginning of Sam Peckinpah's TheWild Bunch where they rob the bank and the town's sheriff and his men arewaiting for them to have a huge gun battle. But the film really startswhen Dermot Mulrony shoot's the leader of the pack Graff (Mickey Rourke)for trying to execute one of there men and that's when the films suddenlybecomes a revenge story. Of course Graff survives and is picked up by theposse hunting them down and instead and giving himself up he ends upoffering the posse to actually be there leader and hunt down his own men forleaving his for dead. From there it's like a cat and mouse western whichdoesn't stop till the end credits and it really delves into the story ofleadership. You have fine performances here from Mickey Rourke as thesadistic Graff but the films goes to Dermot Mulrony as the desperate Eustoswho battles with thought of whether what he did was right as his men arepicked off one by one. This film ain't no Good the Bad and the Ugly but itdefinitely bests any John Wayne film ever made (I'm an obvious John WayneHater).

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Reviewed by merklekranz 6/10

An interesting cast does their best, with some material borrowed fromPeckinpaugh and Leone. We get the closeups, and the blood spurting slowmotion, along with some genuine tension. Mickey Rourke&#x27;s character ismenacing in an almost mystical way. What is not so good is that onemust suspend disbelief, when the posse makes Mickey Rourke their newleader, when men seem to take endless bloody gunshots with littleeffect, and the distracting, out of place use of four letter words. Thescenery is stunning, camera work above average, along with someacceptable acting. I consider &#x22;The Last Outlaw&#x22; to be a slightly aboveaverage western. - MERK

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