The Missing - 11/26
The Missing (2003)
Synopsis: Set in 1886 New Mexico, Maggie Gilkeson is a young woman who is raising her two daughters in an isolated and lawless wilderness. When
her oldest daughter is kidnapped by a psychopathic killer with mystical powers, Maggie is forced to re-unite with her long estranged father to rescue her. The killer and his brutal cult of desperados have kidnapped several other teenage girls, leaving a trail of death and horror across the desolate landscape of the American Southwest. Maggie and her father are in a race against time to catch up with the renegades and save her daughter, before they cross the Mexican border and disappear forever.
Genre(s): Adaptation, Drama, Western Rating: Not available Runtime: 135
mins. Theatrical Release: 11/26/2003
Cast & Role
Cate Blanchett - Maggie Gilkeson
Tommy Lee Jones - Samuel Jones
Evan Rachel Wood - Lily
Jenna Boyd - Dot
Aaron Eckhart - Brake Baldwin
Eric Schweig - Chidin
Val Kilmer - General
Jay Tavare - Kayitah
Crew & Credit
Ron Howard Director
Brian Grazer - Producer
Looks like a really good one, i thought this movie was a horror from the previews, but i guess it's a drama, show's how much i pay attention lol.
Sounds interesting. I hope it's good. You just don't see a lot of good new Westerns these days.
I think this one looks so good. Very creeeeeeepy too.
I love that it's a western movie. Like Zhora said, not to many of those being made anymore. I also thought it was a horror movie because of the previews. It has a great story and cast so hopefully, I'll catch it next weekend.
I am SUPER excited about this one; Cate Blanchett is my favorite actress. I can't wait!
The race is back!
The movie itself looks good, but TLJ is the wrong choice for this movie, I think. he makes me cringe in the trailers when he says completely without conviction "she should be scared, and you should be scared too."
He's a good actor, just not right for this role.
Yoffy lifts a finger...
I really like TLJ.
Val and Aaron
I usually don't like this sort of movie, but Cate Blanchett is making the movie look most compelling in the trailers I have seen.
Saw it Saturday. It was good, but at almost 2:30 it was too long and I feel Howard could have gotten it done in 2:00 or so.
Not as good as "Open Range", imho, but still a good movie and very injoyable. A DVD purchase for sure.
Again, RoTK has no worries from this movie in the Oscars.
I was hugely unimpressed. It was way too long and was completely predictable. The Indian witch was genuinely scary but otherwise I thought it was a major flop.
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