Combustible Celluloid
 
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With: Jon Voight, Trent Ford, Tamara Hope, Jon Gries, Taylor Handley, Huntley Ritter, Krisinda Cain, Shaun Johnston, Lolita Davidovich, Dean Cain, Terence Stamp
Written by: Christopher Cain, Carole Whang Schutter
Directed by: Christopher Cain
MPAA Rating: R for violence
Running Time: 112
Date: 08/24/2007
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September Dawn (2007)

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Brainless 'Dawn'

By Jeffrey M. Anderson

If the Western genre is struggling, it's because of terrible movies like this one, simultaneously pretentious, awkward and mawkish. In 1857 Utah, a group of evil Mormons coerce a group of Paiute Indians into helping massacre a wagon train full of Christians bound for California. Director Christopher Cain (Young Guns) presents this volatile material as a doomed, Titanic-like star-crossed romance, as the Mormon pretty boy (Trent Ford) sees the error of his people's ways and falls for the willowy Emily (Tamara Hope); there's even a pop ballad for the closing credits! Jon Voight wildly overplays his role as the Mormon Bishop, and Lolita Davidovich, Terence Stamp (as Brigham Young), Dean Cain and Jon Gries are likewise stuck with this on their resumes.

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