Cowboys and Aliens

Cowboys and Aliens
Cowboys and Aliens

Year

2011

Duration

113 minutes

Genres

Action and Adventure, Science Fiction and Fantasy, Westerns

Language

English

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Cowboys & Aliens mashes two classic genres together as a nameless bandit wakes up in the desert with a strange, glowing gauntlet on his wrist and no recollection of how he got there. Recognising him as a wanted criminal, the locals, led by Colonel Dolarhyde arrest him, but it soon becomes clear that this outlaw and his bracelet maybe the only one capable of saving the Old West from a very new menace…

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Contains frequent moderate action violence and scenes of intense threat

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