Based on 1267 votes and 57 reviews
Good, old-fashioned duster! It's great to see a western such as this again. I hope Hollywood makes more. Highly recommended - even my wife loved it.
Thought it was good but I would have changed the ending
One of the worst and cheesiest movies I have ever seen. The dialogue is ok but the story is so slow and unbelievable. 2 hours of my life that I will never get back.
boring in some parts.
I'm not much of a western genre fan, but I thought this movie was good. Alot of character acting from Crowe and Bale!!
3:10 to Yuma is a redemptive metaphor for our era. Lean, exquisitely shot and directed, it educates with lessons in true wisdom, morality, ethics, and personal accountability. Honors and gratitude to all associated with this masterful film. As the poet Robert Burns wrote ..."There's so much bad in the best of us and so much good in the worst of us..who among us can judge anyone of us?" Lee Cope
The Western is a genre which I have always loved to watch and for many years now it has been on the Hollywood scrap pile except for the odd occasion. 3.10 to Yuma is a good film, plenty of action and good acting by the stars, but, and there's always a but, I do not feel that it has the same feel as the 1950 movie of the same name. To start with the earlier one was in Black and White thus giving it that dusty, moody, gritty feeling which was part of the movie. The stars in today's film are very good indeed, but Glenn Ford and Van Heflin were just that much better I felt more into the story so to speak. All in all though I enjoyed it very much and hopefully Hollywood will go back to making