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Blueberry (2004)

Western | 124 minutes
2,22 369 votes

Genre: Western / Mystery

Duration: 124 minuten

Alternative title: Renegade

Country: France / Mexico / United Kingdom

Directed by: Jan Kounen

Stars: Vincent Cassel, Juliette Lewis and Michael Madsen

IMDb score: 5,2 (12.323)

Releasedate: 9 February 2004


Blueberry plot

"The devil you know."

US Marshall Mike S. Blueberry tries to stop Wally Blount - the man who killed his girlfriend - from getting his hands on a stash of gold hidden in Native American territory. Along the way, Prosit crosses his path, a German villain who thinks he can find some pots of gold in the Superstition Mountains...

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avatar van frolunda


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That my favorite comic book hero is being killed like this....sad. As a standalone film it is already mediocre, but compared to the books the contrast is poignant.

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avatar van sinterklaas


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Is something completely different from what you could expect from the comic book series. The director of Dobermann gets Vincent Cassel out of the mothball box again (and Belucci stays behind) to film the comic book hero Blueberry. But this is not a collection of bits and pieces from the series, Kounen has almost given it his own twist. There are still some nice dusty western elements here and there, but the biggest part of the film revolves around tripping, hallucinating and spacing on some drug from a cactus. In itself it is a nice idea, a drug story from 1800 so much, but in the long run it starts to get annoying and the film gets stuck in it. Nevertheless, it does make for some nice pictures. Blueberry the movie is still quite entertaining, but that drug theme shouldn't have been the main thing.


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Roger Thornhill

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Oh, I didn't even think it was that bad: Cassel gives himself completely in his role, they haven't found the slightest actors for the supporting roles, and moreover it all looks beautiful visually, including the trip scenes. My own problem with this is that I wonder why this ayahuesca matter should actually be incorporated in a western, and then also in a western about a well-known and well-defined (comic) hero, which misguides the viewer in a curious way. leg is set. For me personally, neither the western nor Blueberry nor the ayahuesca is served by this, so that I am left with a beautiful design that leaves me cold.

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