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HidalgoIn 1890, the movie follows a down-and-out cowboy named Frank T. Hopkins and his horse as they travel to Arabia to compete in the Ocean of Fire, a 3,000 mile survival race across the Arabian desert.
Actors of "Hidalgo"Floyd 'Red Crow' WestermanBirthdate: 17 August 1936, Lake Traverse Indian Reservation, Roberts County, South Dakota, USA
Characters of "Hidalgo"
Directors of "Hidalgo"Joe JohnstonBirthdate: 13 May 1950, Austin, Texas, USA
Creators of "Hidalgo"John Fusco
Critic Reviews of "Hidalgo"Rolling StoneApril 09, 2004
An adventure that never met a cliche it couldn't saddle, mount and ride for a butt-numbing two hours and sixteen minutes.New York ObserverMarch 18, 2004
An exciting, colorful and very appealing movie.Salon.comMarch 16, 2004
It's a manqué of a rousing adventure tale and not the real thing. You're constantly aware of the gulf between how the movie wants to excite you and the halfhearted execution.Denver PostMarch 11, 2004
Popcorn for us and oats for the horses, delivered by the tall drink of water that is Mortensen.Village VoiceMarch 09, 2004
A hybrid of both traditional and revisionist contradictions.Ebert & RoeperMarch 08, 2004
... filled with cliches.Reel Film ReviewsApril 10, 2016
...the film's hold on the viewer dwindles steadily as it enters its progressively dull midsection...Fat Guys at the MoviesJanuary 17, 2016
If you take it as historical fact, it's got a world of problems. But if you're just in the mood to be entertained, it can be a decent piece of Saturday afternoon escapism.Cinema CrazedApril 18, 2014
Whether or not the events depicted really happened to Hopkins, it's still a damn fun story.Common Sense MediaDecember 24, 2010
Formulaic, overly simple, too violent for tweens.Princeton Town TopicsApril 25, 2007
The event around which the movie revolves is a desert mirage, since there is no record of any such race ever being staged. Nonetheless, those able to ignore this outrageous historical distortion might enjoy this triumph of an underdog aganst the odds.Christianity TodaySeptember 25, 2006
Even if the story were true, the film's events have been fictionalized beyond belief.
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