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Seraphim Falls

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Although, The civil war has finished , Colonel Morsman Carve has to complete the last final mission: to kill Gideon whom he has enmity.
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San Francisco Chronicle
A Western short on dialogue and long on pomposity, is little more than an extended chase scene down a snow-filled mountaintop to a desert floor.
February 09, 2007
Ozus' World Movie Reviews
A wearisome revenge Western.
March 04, 2016
thelondonpaper
Rob Roy pursues James Bond in an old-fashioned Western that's cripplingly short on action.
August 24, 2007
Financial Times
As the story self-destructs, we are left with the majestic scenery, photographed by John Toll, and the pleasure of two good actors from one side of the Atlantic stretching themselves to seem convincing on the other.
August 24, 2007
Daily Telegraph (UK)
Messages, as Sam Goldwyn famously advised, are better left to Western Union.
August 24, 2007
Time Out
For all its manliness, the film works slightly better as a bitter romance gone postal.
February 03, 2007
New York Observer
The technical revels are arresting, but Seraphim Falls is slow of motive and thin of plot -- a western that dies with its boots on.
February 07, 2007