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on July 10, 2004
FROM NOON TILL THREE is an entirely refreshing and unanticipated idiosyncratic Western full of sentimentalism from Charles Bronson and Jill Ireland. Knowing that Bronson and Ireland were man and wife in actual life makes this film more intimate as it unfolds as some affectionate parlor trick and wink of the eye. Bronson and Ireland explore unknown passions and tenderness of the soul as two strangers thrown together by fate for their accidental afternoon tryst. Elmer Bernstein is known for his more rousing scores that he composed for Westerns. Here Bernstein employs a romantic and bittersweet score for this fairytale Western that works beautifully for the charismatic Bronson and Epicurean Ireland. This is a wonderful film.
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on December 8, 1998
From Noon Till Three is a totally atypical Bronson movie, an unexpected gem. Bronson plays a scruffy outlaw who seduces the lanquishing widow, prim and exquisite in her castle-like Victorian ranch house. Very charming, and deeply cynical, this western-set romance blends comedy and tragedy in ever tightening plot twists, setting all the expected conventions on their heads.
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on June 7, 1999
A very touching story with a twist. Charles Bronson and his wife, Jill Ireland, portray a couple whose chance meeting leads to a playful and tender relationship, but with a dubious outcome. I recommend it for all romantics!!
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