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    Post Wyatt Earp on DVD

    I think this is another one of those "I really liked" or "I really hated" movies. Anywho, I liked it a lot and for those interested, the DVD release date is 5/18.
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    Liked it some and liked "Tombstone" some.

    If there was a way to blend the two together, might be able to come up with a movie I like a lot.
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    The portrayal of the Doc Holliday character was what made both these movies watchable. Val Kilmer and Dennis Quaid were both great in that role. Costner is boring unless surrounded by strong co-stars.

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    Kilmer was awesome as Doc, Quaid did an OK job. It's a shame they both came out so close together. I think this would have been much better if it was held back a few years. Tombstone was very well done and it was hard not to compare the two with Tomestone fresh on the mind.

    But, it was a well done Western and I'll be picking this one up for sure.


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    "I'm your Huckleberry." ---- Great Line...
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