Rent The Last Manhunt (2022)

2.4 of 5 from 62 ratings
1h 45min
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The true story of the outlaw Willie Boy (Martin Sensmeier). Set in 1909, when a reputed murder sparks a Shakespearean tragedy, Willie accidentally shoots his love interest's father after a confrontation gone wrong. Written by and starring Jason Momoa (Aquaman).
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Martin Kistler, Eric Laciste
Jason Momoa, Thomas Pa'a Sibbett
Altitude Film Distribution
Action & Adventure, Drama
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Run Time:
105 minutes
English Dolby Digital 2.0, English Dolby Digital 5.1
English Hard of Hearing
DVD Regions:
Region 2
Aspect Ratio:
Full Screen 1.33:1 / 4:3

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Brilliant!!! - The Last Manhunt review by mp

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"Small-scale, well-acted Western which uses rich, pictorial visual scheme. It almost feels like a mini-Terrence Malick effort, shot in a narrow aspect ratio and decorated with striking tracking shots and gorgeous "magic hour" images. The movie's biggest flaw is easily its all-too-generic title."

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If the Coen brothers did ‘Romeo and Juliet’… - The Last Manhunt review by HW

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Nice to see a western with Native Americans as the central characters. This is a tragic outlaw romance, in which desert runner Willie Boy goes on the run with his lover in the early 20th century Californian desert, after accidentally shooting his lover’s father. The pair of star-crossed lovebirds are pursued by a hapless posse led by a depressed, alcoholic sheriff. The film’s focus switches between the squabbling of the tough-talking posse and the existential, almost dialogue-free scenes between the two lovers. This is a western that’s more about melancholic atmosphere than action, with beautiful shots of the sparse, unforgiving desert. It also explored the tensions between the races of the American West and shows a rather cynical view of the conventional western manhunt. As a warning for fans of Jason Mamoa, he has a very small part amongst the largely unknown but brilliant cast. This epic is proof that there are still plenty of stories to be told about the West. 

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