I loved this movie. It is brilliantly shot (pun intended), the performances are fab and the action is as it should be in a good western - quick, kinetic and brutal! This is not your run of the mill western either, it has a fresh twist on the genre and a sting in its tail!!
A Fistful of Lead (2018) 720p YIFY Movie
A Fistful of Lead (2018)
A Fistful of Lead is a movie starring James Groom, Tom Nolan, and Duncan Casey. Four of the West's most infamous outlaws carry out a daring bank heist in the gold-rush town, Bath Water. As the posse takes chase, things take a turn...
IMDB: 3.01 Likes
- Genre: Western |
- Quality: 720p
- Size: 746.08M
- Resolution: 1280*800 / 23.976 fpsfps
- Language: English
- Run Time: 86
- IMDB Rating: 3.0/10
- MPR: Normal
- Peers/Seeds: 7 / 38
The Synopsis for A Fistful of Lead (2018) 720p
Four of the West's most infamous outlaws carry out a daring bank heist in the gold-rush town, Bath Water. As the posse takes chase, things take a turn for the worse, as the bandits realize they've been double-crossed - but by who?
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The Reviews for A Fistful of Lead (2018) 720p
The rootin'ist tootin'ist new western this side of the Mississippi (and the Thames too!)Reviewed bymikeymaccormacVote: 9/10
Sure this isn't a Sergio Leone western. But I'm not dopey enough to expect that. It's low budget but that doesn't mean it can't be engaging. It opens with more bang than other low budget films that have twice the budget. That hooked me and the rest was great fun. Loved the Laurel and Hardy style bankers
A Fistful of Lead is a great addition to the western genre. This is a low budget film that uses its locations, characters and a compelling story to its fullest, never once leaving you anything other than entertained.
The story is packed with twists and turns, hitting familiar beats but with a freshness that keeps you engaged. From the start you know something is rotten in Bath Water and you are kept guessing until the very last satisfying scene.
Each character is brilliantly written and acted, and I thoroughly enjoyed Richard Sandling's Johnny Romford (who someone else referred to as "an annoying British guy"). Maybe it's because I'm British but I thought his character was hilarious, quotable ("alive is such a ballache"), and provided some comic relief to balance out the darker moments of the film.
The cinematography also deserves a mention. This is a beautiful film! All the shots in the wilderness look stunningly cold and bleak, and the orange-hued firelit scenes in the mine provide an exquisite contrast to this.
If you're a fan of westerns, or even if you're not, I highly recommend checking this out.