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The Quick And The Dead (1995)

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The Quick And The Dead (1995), On Demand Movie, Action

Plot Summary

Plot: Sharon Stone stars as a female gunslinger out for revenge in this Sergio Leone-inspired western directed by Sam Raimi. The mysterious, one-named Ellen arrives in the lawless town of Redemption looking for John Herod (Gene Hackman), the undisputed ruler of the town and the fastest gun around. Herod, along with 15 others, has entered the annual quick-draw contest that he perpetuates in order to thin the ranks of his opponents. The prize to the winner is $123,000, but Ellen is concerned far less about the money than her revenge. Now, all she has to do is bide her time and eliminate a few unsavory opponents along the way to a confrontation with Herod. Russell Crowe co-stars as a former gunman turned priest, with Leonardo DiCaprio as The Kid who may or may not be Herod's son.
Rated R by the Motion Picture Association of America.


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