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Left me want more episodes. nuff said

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A very fitting bookend with which I will partake of again .. Kudos to HBO and Mr Milch ..

Now, if "Luck" could be re-introduced, that would be great ..
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Doesn't air until Sunday here.

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OK, so has anyone moved on to the important stuff, like an actual count of the word c-s-ker and other such deights?
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OK, so has anyone moved on to the important stuff, like an actual count of the word c-s-ker and other such deights?
I loved it! The script was practically flawless and it plays out exactly as promised: simply the best extended episode of one of the best series ever made. But, I also saw a rumor on one of the boards that the movie was going to contain a number "Easter eggs" as an additional thank-you from the producers to the fans--and there was really nothing of that nature that I could immediately identify, so that was a little disappointing. And what, not even one quick shot showing a picture of the late Powers Boothe in costume as his Cy Tolliver character up on a wall somewhere??! C'mon, HBO! There wasn't even one stray plastic 21st Century water bottle that I could find! Still not sure of the significance of the use of that "Waltzing Matilda" song, since it's usually more frequently identified with Australia. Hmmm...I've gotta watch this one again!

Those who are familiar with the history of the real-life Al Swearengen know that the way this movie ends was not actually the end of him--he didn't die until years later, ironically hundreds of miles away in Denver, in an accident. So even though it was "fade to black" at the end of this movie, who knows...perhaps Ian McShane (who was one of the EPs on this film) could be interested to do one more film "post Deadwood" again playing one of the best bad-guy parts we ever remember!
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And what, not even one quick shot showing a picture of the late Powers Boothe in costume as his Cy Tolliver character up on a wall somewhere??!
If they had shown a portrait of Powers Boothe, even a quick shot, they would have to pay the estate some cash. Perhaps that was floated by the estate and the asking price was more than it was worth.

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I'm just gonna come right and say it... I've never watched Deadwood.

I'll come right out and say something else - I envy you. You have a great item to pull out of the net and watch at any time. It is one of the best bits of entertainment I can think of in fictional Americana. So happy for you C-ck-s-cr!


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Very good, so pleased, thought the flashbacks were very effective. A love letter to a brief but brilliant moment in TV history.
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Just saw the movie tonight with my wife. We both loved the series and I think HBO deserves a bunch of crap for unceremoniously dumping the show.

I was holding back because I was worried that the movie wouldn't do the show justice but I have to say that we both really loved the movie and it reminded us of how much we loved the series.

I did think the stunt at barging into the wedding was pretty beneath the character and stupid bringing other lawmen in. That was never going to go well.

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Enjoyed the movie. Not as good as the TV series, but man it sure was great to see everyone again. I was smiling a lot during it at just all the nostalgia elements. Great seeing everyone again, just reminded me how much I miss this show.


Loved that near the end they gave Garret Dillahunt a cameo during the mob scene. Hard to recognize him with that massive beard but very nice touch to give someone who was important in the regular series a chance to come bac.


Well done. I say they should make a few more movies!
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Loved that near the end they gave Garret Dillahunt a cameo during the mob scene. Hard to recognize him with that massive beard but very nice touch to give someone who was important in the regular series a chance to come bac.
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Loved that near the end they gave Garret Dillahunt a cameo during the mob scene. Hard to recognize him with that massive beard but very nice touch to give someone who was important in the regular series a chance to come bac.


Well done. I say they should make a few more movies!
I caught that as well, he is great on FTWD
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I watched the movie last night and thought it was good not great.


They seemed to push the dialog of the time a little more than they did in the series from what I remember as I don't recall having to try and think what the heck they were trying to say as much when I watched the series. I was a little disappointed we didn't get more of a classic Al and Wu conversation than we did as they were always hilarious.

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They seemed to push the dialog of the time a little more than they did in the series from what I remember as I don't recall having to try and think what the heck they were trying to say as much when I watched the series.
Having just rewatched the series, it's very much the same way. The dialogue is more Shakespearean than realistic, especially in Seasons 2 and 3.
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***Never as great as the original series but a great walk down memory lane, you co#ks&c*ers.

Did I miss it or why didn't Al bring out the "Indian Head" in the box? With his physical condition, it certainly would have made for a great "heart to head" talk.

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Did I miss it or why didn't Al bring out the "Indian Head" in the box? With his physical condition, it certainly would have made for a great "heart to head" talk.
He disposed of it toward the end of Season 3. It was rotting, after all.

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Did I miss it or why didn't Al bring out the "Indian Head" in the box? With his physical condition, it certainly would have made for a great "heart to head" talk.
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He disposed of it toward the end of Season 3. It was rotting, after all.
***He should have gotten Doc to embalm it or preserve it in some way. Or maybe a new head every year from Mr. Wu? I loved Al's conversations with "the box."

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They seemed to push the dialog of the time a little more than they did in the series from what I remember as I don't recall having to try and think what the heck they were trying to say as much when I watched the series. I was a little disappointed we didn't get more of a classic Al and Wu conversation than we did as they were always hilarious.
Its pretty apparent that David Milch had relatively little to do with the dialog or story. Sad, but maybe he was just not up to it. A couple of story lines were pretty contrived, in particular the Hearst and Utter story lines just don't ring true. As for the dialog, the reason it seems to stumble over itself is that David didn't write it I'm sure.
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Its pretty apparent that David Milch had relatively little to do with the dialog or story. Sad, but maybe he was just not up to it. A couple of story lines were pretty contrived, in particular the Hearst and Utter story lines just don't ring true. As for the dialog, the reason it seems to stumble over itself is that David didn't write it I'm sure.


I read David Milch announced to the cast and crew during taping that he has early stage Alzheimer's which might explain why there may have been a difference in the dialog even though I believe he wrote the movie several years ago which may or may not have included the dialog. Either way there was something noticeable difference about the dialog in the movie from the series.

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Yet, Milch is credited as writer .. it's been about 12 - 13 years since Season 3 .. and, Milch has early stage Alzheimer's .. a writer's style can change ..

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I read David Milch announced to the cast and crew during taping that he has early stage Alzheimer's which might explain why there may have been a difference in the dialog even though I believe he wrote the movie several years ago which may or may not have included the dialog. Either way there was something noticeable difference about the dialog in the movie from the series.
A couple of the cast have stated that Milch wasn't around much for filming, just came through sometimes and watched.
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Its pretty apparent that David Milch had relatively little to do with the dialog or story. Sad, but maybe he was just not up to it. A couple of story lines were pretty contrived, in particular the Hearst and Utter story lines just don't ring true. As for the dialog, the reason it seems to stumble over itself is that David didn't write it I'm sure.

As Josh stated above your post, the dialog was exactly the same format as he used in the series. If you disagree, go re-watch an episode, and you'll see. It's been a long time since the series wrapped, so memories can fade.
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As Josh stated above your post, the dialog was exactly the same format as he used in the series. If you disagree, go re-watch an episode, and you'll see. It's been a long time since the series wrapped, so memories can fade.
I finished a re-watch of the entire series two days prior to watching the movie for the first of what I am sure will be MANY times.

I could not disagree more with RD. While some of the conflict was a bit contrived (If they had phone service in town, what did Hearst need Utter's land for?), the dialog seemed to me to be very much like that in the series.

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A couple of the cast have stated that Milch wasn't around much for filming, just came through sometimes and watched.
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As Josh stated above your post, the dialog was exactly the same format as he used in the series. If you disagree, go re-watch an episode, and you'll see. It's been a long time since the series wrapped, so memories can fade.
I agree as well .. my re-watch was finished 2 weeks prior to the Movie .. I felt no real substantial difference ..

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While some of the conflict was a bit contrived (If they had phone service in town, what did Hearst need Utter's land for?)
To expand telephone service further. We know they had service to Lead, maybe Hearst wanted to bring service to, or from, Sturgis....

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As Josh stated above your post, the dialog was exactly the same format as he used in the series. If you disagree, go re-watch an episode, and you'll see. It's been a long time since the series wrapped, so memories can fade.
Fresh Air recently re-aired some archive interviews with Milch and the cast from the time of the show's original airing. Timothy Olyphant talked about how hard it was to memorize the dialogue because it would take him a while to parse it out and understand what his character was even saying.
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A couple of the cast have stated that Milch wasn't around much for filming, just came through sometimes and watched.
Writers aren't typically around on set much during filming anyway. He didn't direct the movie.

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